How can the New York Times possibly read and “debunk” a 136 page report on voter fraud, all on the same day that the report was published?

This is a New York Times article that was published on March 1, 2022. The article is called, “Wisconsin Republicans’ Election Report Endorses Debunked Legal Theories.” 

The New York Times article starts out by saying: (the bolding is mine)

“A Republican report on the 2020 election in Wisconsin endorsed a host of debunked claims of fraud”

Note the word “debunked.”

The New York Times article includes this link to the report.

The report is dated March 1, 2022.

The report is 136 pages long.

How can the New York Times possibly read and “debunk” a 136 page report on voter fraud, all on the same day that the report was published?

On page 90 of the report, it cites a bunch of nursing homes in Wisconsin where the voter turnout was between 95% and 100%. Here’s an image of that:

Wisconsin nursing home voter turnout

Here’s a video about the report. We see that evil, scumbag, immoral, corrupt, lawbreaking Democrats took advantage of nursing home patients who were not capable of moving, getting out of bed, voting, speaking, or requesting an absentee ballot. Even their own relatives are saying that these patients were not physically capable of voting or requesting an absentee ballot. And yet, somehow, these people allegedly managed to vote:

https://rumble.com/vw62ew-justice-gableman-reveals-massive-voter-fraud-in-wisconsin-nursing-homes.html

The New York Times article makes no mention whatsoever regarding these claims about the nursing homes having voter turnout between 95% and 100%, or about people who allegedly voted even though they were too sick to move, get out of bed, vote, speak, or request an absentee ballot.

In fact, across the entire internet, I cannot find even one “debunking” of the specific claim that these nursing homes had voter turnout rates between 95% and 100%, or that people voted even though they were too sick to move, get out of bed, vote, speak, or request an absentee ballot.

And yet the New York Times has the nerve to say the claims in the report have been “debunked.”

Even since the election, the mainstream media has been “debunking” claims of voter fraud, without actually mentioning what those specific claims are. And this is a great example of that.

You can read about a lot more specific claims of voter fraud that have not been debunked at this link.

March 3, 2022. Tags: , , , . Media bias, Stop the steal, Voter fraud.

2 Comments

  1. Bob replied:

    Anyone who reads and or believes anything that the new yawk slimes publishes deserves their share of slime.

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