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Mainstream leftist media and social platform giants are working overtime to discredit Trump's warning that mail-in voting sets the stage for election fraud.
They're trying to persuade Americans there's nothing to see here.
Twitter featured a headline titled "Trump makes unsubstantiated claim that mail-in ballots will lead to voter fraud," and later joined Facebook in flagging one of Trump's posts. The reason: platform violations.
Even non-American media outlets, like the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), are weighing in to persuade U.S. voters everything's fine.
But cases of possible fraud are already under investigation in at least three states: Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and California.
Ballots were found in a Wisconsin ditch, while other ballots made their ways in Pennsylvania and California to the trash.
Most of the discarded ballots discovered in Pennsylvania were military votes for Trump.
Prior to the Wuhan virus, the states of Washington, Oregon, Utah and Colorado already had mail-in voting systems.
But other states are now implementing the same, using the virus as justification.
Depending on the state, some now send automatic applications to vote by mail, but others send actual mail-in ballots.
So whether people asked for an actual mail-in ballot or not, they are now getting them in California, Nevada, Montana, Vermont and New Jersey.
And in the case of California, some of those ballots have already landed in the garbage.
In addition, dead people are receiving ballots in various places.
But the liberal media is working hard to reassure Americans to not worry, with headlines like, "Yes, tons of ballots are sent to dead people. Trump shouldn't worry about them," and "Mailing ballots to dead people not leading to voter fraud, experts and studies say."
The battle over election integrity has reached the nation's capitol.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is fighting Trump-hating media on the issue.
Mark Meadows: "What I have a problem with — because I don't want my vote or anybody else's to be disenfranchised — is to send millions of ballots across the country to sometimes empty mailboxes ... [interrupted by Jake Tapper: "But that's nine states"].
Meadows is also at odds with FBI director Christopher Wray.
Mark Meadows: "Well, with all due respect to direct Wray .. he has a hard time finding emails at his own FBI, let alone figuring out if there is any kind of voter fraud. This is a very different case. The rules are being changed."
Despite headlines and social media flags, what's playing out this election seems obvious to Trump's former campaign manager, Steve Bannon: "So now they've got to come up with a whole new scheme of things in order to steal an election. Joe Biden, right now, will be — the only way he can win is illegitimate. It's an illegitimate regime. We will never, ever, ever, ever, ever bow down to it."
Bannon is setting the tone for an aggressive push to secure a Trump victory, or an out-and-out resistance to a Marxist victory — something the Left implemented from even before Trump's inauguration.