Yesterday, I watched the ABC News election special. They would do a segment, then state that whatever Trump or his campaign had said was "without evidence". Over and over and over again. "Without evidence." "So far baseless." "Inflammatory rhetoric."
I've seen the videos. I've followed the links the Facebook and Twitter have banned. And I'm saving choice examples locally.
There is evidence.
They are afraid this could inspire "fringe elements" to "do something."
It could inspire the American people to take back their electoral system.
Below the fold is a collection of evidence of vote fraud in the 2020 election.
I'm going to add several qualifiers here.
First, there is a difference between evidence of fraud at a high level, and evidence of fraud in an individual vote. We can look at the election and its various processes and see red flags (and a followup article) of fraud in the totals. But correcting for fraud requires identifying and excluding specific fraudulent votes, or whole categories of votes where procedures were not followed correctly.
We have every single one of those signs. So keep them in mind as you look through the evidence below.
Third, Scott Adams (of Dilbert fame) recently offered a good principle for these moments. Call it the 95% rule. For every given incident that seems questionable, 95% of them (as a rough approximation) will have some valid, reasonable explanation. 5% will be real concerns where actual vote fraud happened. We can't readily know which are which. We have to investigate them all to find out.
Fourth, Joe Biden announced before the election that he had built the largest vote fraud organization in the history of American politics. We should believe him.
Lawsuits There is a pending lawsuit concerning votes in PA received after the polls closed on election day. This has already been filed with the Supreme Court. If ballots can be segregated into before and after the deadline per the court's order, this will likely give the state to Trump no matter what the counts look like now. However, several complaints allege backdating of postmarks in PA which may make those votes impossible to segregate.
Statistics about vote counts Estimating the illegal alien vote. I haven't checked this, it's based on public data. But it's checkable by election officials or anyone who has access to the right combination of data.