The so-called mainstream media were chomping at the bit to call the election for Joe Biden.
They ignored serious voter irregularities in many swing states.
But CNN just surprisingly admitted voter fraud in the 2020 election.
The Democrats and their media allies have been feverishly attacking anyone who questions the integrity of the 2020 election.
Even though Senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar voiced concerns in 2019 about the voting machines used in the 2020 election, all doubts suddenly vanished when the media announced Biden as the winner.
But CNN just argued that there was voter fraud in the 2020 election.
This stunning reversal happened when fill-in host Kate Bolduan was conversing with a panel that included retired Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, a staunch critic of Donald Trump.
Wilkerson suggested that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell cheated in his race against Democrat challenger Amy McGrath, a narrative that began circling on left-wing websites.
“Maybe in Kentucky there was a little cheating. I think the Kentucky race that Mitch McConnell was re-elected in against all percentages that pertained beforehand, and exit polling. And maybe there was something there, but you never look into the Republicans for cheating. And I can tell you that. I’m a Republican.”
First, it’s hilarious to suggest that Republicans never get accused of cheating in elections.
The entire country was subjected to four years of the Russiagate hoax based on opposition research from Hillary Clinton.
Democrats also accused George W. Bush of stealing both the 2000 and 2004 elections.
Second, claiming that McConnell won by cheating only validates claims made by Trump, his supporters, and data experts who said the numbers didn’t add up.
This instance of whataboutism doesn’t work because McConnell is tolerated among Trump’s base, but not particularly liked.
McConnell is an establishment figure who’s soft on immigration and cost the Republicans Jeff Sessions’s Alabama Senate seat by not backing Freedom Caucus member Mo Brooks.
The three-way GOP primary allowed Judge Roy Moore to eke out the race, but a decades-old sex scandal caused voters to stay home and Democrat Doug Jones won the seat.
Finally, the polls that said McConnell was in a dogfight with McGrath were clearly wrong.
Trump far exceeded the expectations of the pollsters and Republicans dominated down-ballot.
A lot of McConnell’s unpopularity comes from the right, so that doesn’t mean Kentucky voters were eager to vote for McGrath, particularly when the Democrats have gone completely crazy.
“Defund the police” rhetoric and talk about socialism nearly cost the Democrats their House majority.
If CNN wants to play the game that McConnell cheated, Republicans are perfectly willing to thoroughly investigate – so long as the presidential election is vigorously investigated as well.
And Trump supporters are more than willing to call the Democrats’ bluff.