When you win something fair and square, wouldn’t you want that win to be unequivocally acknowledged? Without the taint of cheating or murmurs of dirty play?
This is one reason I’m further convinced Biden and a good majority on the left knew cheating occurred on his way to “victory.” Many Democrats and regular folks on the left have been scoffing, ridiculing, mocking, lying, and screaming how, “Trump lost, you racist losers!!” This may be due to their Trump derangement, where anything Trump or his supporters do is de facto illegitimate. But, that big asterisk aside, it still doesn’t hide the reality that the so called “winning” team seems dead set against letting people check to see if the election was run fairly. Now why is that?
If Biden really did win, and you truly believe that, then wouldn’t you want to explain to people who don’t believe it or at least give them the benefit of the doubt of trying to explain all these so called allegations of fraud? Why the lack of transparency? Democrats and many on the left keep gloating how Trump keeps losing in court, all the while not understanding that each of these events where courts refuse to look at evidence and throw the case out on procedural issues is more evidence of shady business.
People don’t seem to understand that hiding evidence, no matter how it’s done or by whom, is illegal:
What is Spoliation Of Evidence?
The outcome of a case hinges on the strength of the evidence presented and the evidentiary rules are quite strict about the responsibilities of both parties to preserve evidence. Any intentional, reckless, or negligent hiding of evidence by either party to the proceeding is illegal.
This is known as spoliation of evidence (also tampering with evidence) and can result in serious legal consequences. While the concept of spoliation of evidence may be applied in a civil case, it is often at issue in criminal cases.
What is Considered Hiding of Evidence?
“Hiding” of evidence is quite broad. It can include any action that results in the hiding, withholding, altering or destruction of evidence relevant to the case. Essentially, any action by the part that makes the evidence unavailable for the legal proceeding may be considered spoliation of evidence.
As well, in some jurisdictions, witness tampering (i.e. intimidating a witness, physically preventing them from testifying, or persuading them to alter their testimony) can be considered an example of spoliation of evidence.Legal Match
So, you have to ask yourself: are these the actions of a winner, or not? I think not.
p.s. Also, I’m not sure if you’ve all had this sixth sense about the attitudes and mood on the left right now. They don’t seem to be exultant or happy. They seem rather… down and despondent and tentative. I mean, why has Harris not resigned her senate seat if she’s so sure she’s the next VP? Just an observation.