It’s time to dissect the ‘Trumper Fake News Hustle’ of the Michigan voting process…Piece-by-piece.
The argument promoted by many Republican Trump supporters, including, until recently Fox News, was that Trump had won Michigan and that Biden and the Democrat party had used electoral fraud, election manipulation, voter fraud, and vote-rigging, to falsely win the vote.
The Trumpers accused the Dems of illegal interference with the election process, either by depressing the vote share of Republican Party candidates and or increasing the vote share of Democratic party candidates. To this, the Republicans added the accusation that in some counties there was voter suppression.
Although technically the term “electoral fraud” covers only those acts which are illegal, the term is often used to describe acts that are legal, but considered morally unacceptable, outside the spirit of an election, or in violation of the principles of democracy. The truth is that the Trumper’s in the Republican party attempted at every level to commit electoral fraud. Either by manipulating the law, or breaking it entirely.
But why believe me? Here is a detailed fact-based description of the clearly untainted vote in Michigan and how the Trump Republicans tried to change the narrative to make it appear that they were cheated out of the election. Of course, they lied, and no such cheat ever happened.
It’s time to dissect the right-wing Trumper fake news hustle of the Michigan voting process. Piece by piece.
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About the editor of this story- Lewis Harrison has been a public policy consultant for over fifty years. He was the host (2010–2018) of the news, humor, satire, and investigative journalism radio program ‘What’s Up’, on NPR affiliated WIOX FM in New York.
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