Though for every admission of it being bullshit, you’ll get ever louder screaming from the myth perpetrators…
Which, of course, is the tell.
Getting worked up into a lather and a fury is what’s done when you lack evidence, i.e., if the facts are against you, pound the law, if the law is against you, pound the facts, if the facts and the law are against you, pound the table.
And…this is another example of how miserably and totally the elite corporate media’s failed.
Sure, they’ve done a bit of what they call reporting, mostly stenography of the both sides variety, but continue to fall flat, with a solid thud, when it comes to the essential function of informing the citizenry.
Universal voting shouldn’t be controversial, and questioning universal suffrage should be viewed as incompatible with fundamental national values.
I’m so old I remember when voting was one thing that distinguished us from the dirty rotten commies.
But that was a long time ago, before Moscow Mitch decided the nation was a hostage to be ransomed…or shot.
Another tell on voter fraud being zombie bullshit is, if you really were worried it, a national system of registration and identification wouldn’t be difficult at all to put into place, and no, it wouldn’t be overreach.
But suggesting that really brings out vineyard levels of whine from the usual suspects, who’ll insist, using language and reasoning remarkably similar to that of serial abusers, that the rules (“the Constitution”) must be interpreted as harshly as possible.
Well, when it’s in their interest. When it isn’t, watch them turn on a dime.
And watch the elite media insist that’s not hypocrisy, but savvy…well, when Republicans do it.