The far left – that combine of Democrats and the compliant media – has coined and standardized the “The Big Lie” as the buzz words for those who continue to claim that President Trump won the election. The term also includes anyone who believes that significant vote fraud was present in the 2020 election – but perhaps not necessarily enough to overturn the election results. Though they lump the two groups together for political propaganda purposes, they are not the same – and it is important to understand the difference.
I fall into that latter category. I have seen the history and the current evidence of real vote manipulation. It does exist in every election. However, I have not yet seen convincing evidence that the election was stolen – but I do not discount that possibility. That has been my view since the election – and nothing has changed it. Yes, I have seen the claims of both sides. I totally disagree with the left’s claim of no vote fraud, but for me, the jury is still out on the scope of the fraud.
With more than 50 years of experience in elections – including investigating and on-the-ground fighting against vote fraud – I can guarantee that the Democrats’ claim of zero vote fraud is … well … a BIG LIE. It is a dangerous lie because it can lead us to overlook vote fraud and not take protective measures to prevent it as much as possible. And that is the best we can do because it is humanly impossible to completely eliminate vote fraud.