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Different Views of a 'Conspiracy'
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https://time.com/5936036/secret-2020-election-campaign/


This Times magazine article is illuminating of how we have two different versions of reality in this country. They see the organized manipulation of voting laws, media and tech as a white-knight effort to 'save' the election, whereas a lot of the rest of us see it as something entirely different. When all these major players come together to nudge the scale so that a disfavored candidate cannot win - no matter what - it's much closer to a coup than 'saving' the election. If saving the election means making sure a favored candidate wins, then its not really an election. Its pretty amazing they would cover this, with the expectation that all their readers would share the writer's viewpoint and not the alternate one. This story may really backfire !
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#2
Hear, hear. What's most curious is how they believe all their efforts, as illegal and immoral as they usually are, are positive and justified.

Didn't read it all yet (how amazing that they admit to this publicly!), but this says it all: "a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information.  They were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it." They believe their own treachery. And they pat themselves in the back for it.

This is the kind of stuff that leads folks to justify killing innocent people.
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#3
This is unbelievable. They are confessing and bragging about stealing the election. How is this ok?! Why are there not protests in the streets over this? Oh right, because they control the flow of information and everyone is focused on the ridiculous impeachment trial....
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#4
Yes ! They even called it a 'cabal' of tech companies, media, etc. And you know if conservatives had admitted this they'd be looking at 10-20 Federal time for perverting an election. It's perfectly legal to spend money to persuade people a certain way, but getting together to mislead and censor information (1 in 7 Biden voters said they would not had voted for him had they known about some of the stories the MSM & Big Tech hid from them) is another thing entirely. Sounds like RICO would be possible here.
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