Donald Trump has been claiming election fraud since before he was elected. His election defied polling results.
Now Trump and his henchmen have argued that the election machinery itself was hacked, and they know how it's done.
Maybe Trump is right. Maybe the elections have been fraudulent. And maybe he knew it because he was the beneficiary, rather than the victim.
The Republican party has demonstrated a willingness stoop to any level to win elections, from gerrymandering to disenfranchisement. Not to mention trying to use the courts to outright steal the Presidency.
Why have they focused so closely on elections where mail-in votes were counted last? Could it be because their vote-changing algorithms were rigged to switch just enough votes from the day-of counts to assure "victory?"
Rather than challenging the votes of Pennsylvania, et al., somebody should be investigating states like Texas. It is, after all, one of the favorite tactics of the Distracter-in-Chief to accuse his adversaries of transgressions of which he himself is guilty.