Polls show tens of millions of Americans believe something was wrong with the 2020 election.
Joe Biden smeared them as enemies of the state.
Now a huge arrest involving the 2020 election just made Democrats’ worst fear come true.
The corporate press claims anyone who raises any questions about the administration of the 2020 election is an “election denier” and a conspiracy theorist.
The New York Times sought to push this narrative in an October 4 article by reporter Stuart Thompson entitled “How a Tiny Elections Company Became a Conspiracy Theory Target.”
Thompson detailed how True the Vote accused the election software company Konnech of storing poll workers’ personal data on servers in Communist China.
In his story Thompson claimed “election deniers” concocted allegations out of thin air about Konnech’s connection to Communist China.
“Using threadbare evidence, or none at all, the group suggested that a small American election software company, Konnech, had secret ties to the Chinese Communist Party and had given the Chinese government backdoor access to personal data about two million poll workers in the United States, according to online accounts from several people at the conference,” Thompson write.
Normally in the Trump era it takes 48 hours for the corporate media’s misinformation to collapse.
In this case, it took 24 hours.
The following day, October 5, Stuart Thompson published a second article headlined “Election Software Executive Arrested on Suspicion of Theft” detailing how authorities arrested Konnech CEO Eugene Yu in Los Angeles and found that – you guessed it – Konnech stored the personal information of poll workers on servers in Communist China.
The top executive of an elections technology company that has been the focus of attention among election deniers was arrested by Los Angeles County officials in connection with an investigation into the possible theft of personal information about poll workers, the county said on Tuesday.
Eugene Yu, the founder and chief executive of Konnech, the technology company, was taken into custody on suspicion of theft, the Los Angeles County district attorney, George Gascón, said in a statement…
…Mr. Gascón’s office said its investigators had found data stored in China. Holding the data there would violate Konnech’s contract with the county.
The 2020 election is now treated like the COVID vaccine.
In both cases the corporate press was so invested in the initial narrative – that the 2020 election was the safest and most secure in American history and that vaccines were 100 percent safe and effective – that the press cannot process information that contradicts their initial storylines.
Neither The New York Times nor Thompson updated the October 4 story to point readers to the fact that police arrested Konnech’s CEO on the very charges the “election deniers” leveled against the company.
The corporate media’s habit of dismissing any information that runs counter to their anti-Trump narrative as a “conspiracy theory” without even giving consideration to the fact they could be wrong is why so many Americans realize the number one source of misinformation in the country is the corporate press.
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