Ha! This meme was spotted on Facebook. No word yet on whether Facebook has taken the meme down or kicked the people who posted it out of their accounts.
If you’ve been paying attention for the past few years, you probably noticed that the media narrative about voter fraud has been quite a work in progress. Here’s how the story has progressed:
For four years, it was “Russia hacked our election!” Immediately after the 2020 election it was, “Our sacrosanct elections are un-hackable and clean as a whistle!” Then we moved on to, “Voter fraud is a myth!”
Right now we’re in the stage of, “Well, okay, voter fraud is real, but it’s not widespread.” Our prediction is that by next week, the narrative will shift once again to, “Sure, voter fraud is widespread, but it’s not enough to actually change the election results.”
The media’s sincerest wish is to run out of the clock so the narrative can then morph into a dignified, “Neener-neener, too late!”
We’ve come a long way in the past two weeks when the entire mainstream media was telling us there is “no evidence” of voter fraud.