DIRECT ACTION TEXAS: NEW YORK TIMES DEBASES ITSELF FURTHER
WACO, TEXAS — Direct Action Texas condemns the irresponsible messaging tactics being deployed by the mainstream media suggesting fraud hasn’t taken place anywhere.
Today’s New York Times front-page headline claiming no fraud has been found nationwide amounts to an Obi-Wan Kenobi wave; this isn’t the election you need to check for fraud.
It’s indisputable there was election fraud in 2018 and 2019. Yet, in this, the most consequential election of our lifetime, the official media position is, there’s no fraud. This painfully illogical stance serves as another example of how far down the propagandist path the media has wandered.
“It’s more likely that fraud would take place and at a higher rate of instance than prior cycles given the gravity of the election,” stated Direct Action Texas Executive Director Daniel Greer.
As the media continues to cover for a flawed and likely fraud filled election, activists from across the nation are descending on swing states to uncover mismanagement and fraud the press has and will continue to suppress.
Meanwhile, election counting is still not complete, including provisional ballots in swing states. Allegations of fraud in Arizona, including curbside voting irregularities, ballots being delivered to and harvested from homes, and coaching to mismark ballots, remain to be adjudicated.
These and allegations from other states have severely degraded trust in the result of this election. Papering over the myriad objectively significant issues already identified with this election’s administration does more harm than good.
More activity, like the statewide recount ordered by Georgia’s Secretary of State, will be needed in contested states to begin the process of rebuilding trust in not only this but future elections.