Why has no one in the vast conspiracy that stole Trump's "Landslide!" in 2020 been identified or prosecuted?

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Why has no one in the vast conspiracy that stole Trump's "Landslide!" in 2020 been identified or prosecuted?

Simple. The courts are deadly afraid of the resulting riots and madness that would ensue in the streets, the same reason they did not pursue the fact that Obama was born in Kenya.
 

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Trump's goons attacked Congress and they are being relentlessly identified, apprehended, and arrested, with prosecutions inevitable.

Trump insists that Republican governors, secretaries of state, attorneys general, county commissioners, and poll personnel and supervisors among many, many others, are complicit in the greatest fraud in history, and they all strut away just like all those 3-5 million illegals voters he insisted had all cast ballots against him in 2016!

Who organized it? Who coordinated it? Who executed it? How did they do it?

Were "they" also responsible for the faking of so many independent public surveys throughout his term (in which he lost his Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate, and was twice impeached)? All those polls confirmed, relentlessly and consistently, that most Americans agreed that he stank, making the prospect of a "Landslide!" appear so laughably ludicrous.

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"LANDSLIDE!"

There is no shortage of Trumpy politicians in the states and in D.C. to focus national resources on exposing one or two in the 2020 srealthy cabal, at least.

Are all these dastards to remain unidentified and details of their heinous caper never be exposed?


Unless the entire Republican establishment is not complicit in the vast anti-Trump conspiracy, why can't one like Gohmert push for an investigative commission headed by Kobach? He failed to uncover a single malefactor after the 2016 affair. Let's give him another chance! The second time might be the charm!

The voter fraud issue is partially a standalone complex.

A lot of elites wanted Trump out, but not all of them worked together. They just each used their connections to change rules and pull strings.

But you also can't really expect a lot of prosecutions to come out of this. Would you expect the CCP to prosecute most of its minions? Would you expect Russia to do this either?

America is basically just Russia with more money, in terms of corruption and oligarchy.
Outside the murky realm of a cult's ever-metastasizing paranoia and interminable rationales, Occam's Razor dictates that 81,009,468 Americans cast their ballots against the Loser, entirely consistent with four years of relentless independent surveys in which they declared their disapproval of him.

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"Not to belabour the obvious,
but Most American voters
agreed that Trump sucked."
And again, I could apply the same logic to Russia or China, and yet, we don't assume they are ethical or transparent in elections.
 
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And again, I could apply the same logic to Russia or China, and yet, we don't assume they are ethical or transparent in elections.
If your hyper-partisanship blinds you to what distinguishes the United States from authoritarian regimes, that is sad, indeed.
 

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"But you also can't really expect a lot of prosecutions to come out of this."

OK. For sake of comity, let us agree we won't "expect a lot of prosecutions".
However.....
Shouldn't we expect some? A dozen? Ten? Hell, four? Two?

But if we ain't gonna get those prosecutions for "the Steal", well, surely we should expect some big 'reveal' by a top-of-the-class resourceful reporter working in one of those hundreds of WhiteRight newsshops -print, digital, blog....well, one of those reporters must have visions of Pulitzer Plums dancing in their head.

The Big Story is there. If only, if only, they could crack the secret from those thousands of co-conspirators who conspired, and executed the "Biggest Crime in History". No?
Even the MSM pointed out numerous "irregularities" in the election before allowing the same officials implicated in the mess to "debunk" the concerns raised.

In that sort of media environment, you don't win Pulitzers for exposing the system. Any actual muckrakers in today's society must follow certain narratives or else be ostracized from the journalistic community. Conservatives do have plenty of investigative journalists, but the Epoch Times is a good example showing how they are treated. They tend to be ignored by the mainstream or slandered.

There are even people on the left that have had to leave the US while still doing investigative reporting due to going outside of the narrative. Glenn Greenwald is a good example.

So, people can find the truth if they look for it, but they aren't likely to find it among the MSM. Because of this, very little is done about any findings by conservative media. Progressives are the media gatekeepers now, so they decide what becomes a story and what doesn't. Social media is even more biased about this.
 

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And again, I could apply the same logic to Russia or China, and yet, we don't assume they are ethical or transparent in elections.
If your hyper-partisanship blinds you to what distinguishes the United States from authoritarian regimes, that is sad, indeed.
It's not about partisanship. One of the first signs that we were declining in terms of corruption is how the 2000 election played out. That was in favor of the GOP.

Ultimately, those who run the system don't care about political parties, because they can usually buy members of each side. A duopoly is far easier to manipulate than the multiparty systems you see in Europe, for example.

The real political divide is between globalists and nationalists.
 
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... those who run the system...
Are these perennial puppeteers of democracy unnamable ethereal entities with some malevolent agenda, or do they ever take corporeal form, communicate with one another in a coherent manner that can be documented, and do they have names that can be revealed?
 

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If you want an introduction to some of these people, here: The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election
Thank you.

"... the forces of labor came together with the forces of capital to keep the peace and oppose Trump’s assault on democracy.
The handshake between business and labor was just one component of a vast, cross-partisan campaign to protect the election–an extraordinary shadow effort dedicated not to winning the vote but to ensuring it would be free and fair, credible and uncorrupted."
That helps explain how this was achieved:
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And why this failed:

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If you want an introduction to some of these people, here: The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election
Thank you.

"... the forces of labor came together with the forces of capital to keep the peace and oppose Trump’s assault on democracy.
The handshake between business and labor was just one component of a vast, cross-partisan campaign to protect the election–an extraordinary shadow effort dedicated not to winning the vote but to ensuring it would be free and fair, credible and uncorrupted."
That helps explain how this was achieved:
And why this failed:

In other words, the elitist media needed to put a positive spin on collusion between the various oligarchs that run our system.

It's no different from the sort of thing you see in Russia.

You find it positive just because your side won. But what you don't realize is that the real divide is between the elite and the rest of us. Things will likely return to the status quo soon, with the same elites controlling the GOP that control the Democrats.
 

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The thing about it is that somebody has to investigate the investigators and prosecute the prosecutors and since Americans can't rely on the mainstream media to expose malfeasance in the highest levels of the FBI it ain't gonna happen.
 
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Utilitarian said:
In other words, the elitist media needed to put a positive spin on collusion between the various oligarchs that run our system.
In your words. However one arbitrarily defines "elitist media" to serve one's agenda, Americans enjoy a broad spectrum of perspectives in reportage.
Utilitarian said:
It's no different from the sort of thing you see in Russia.
It is starkly different, and that marked distinction accrues to the benefit of Americans who just rejected the authoritarian proclivities of Russia in November.
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You find it positive just because your side won. But what you don't realize is that the real divide is between the elite and the rest of us....
"The rest of us" presumably being the minority of the American electorate who did not vote for the President? That is how our democratic self-governance works, even in the face of a Loser's goons attacking Congress to prevent it. Yes, elections have consequences.
 

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The thing about it is that somebody has to investigate the investigators and prosecute the prosecutors and since Americans can't rely on the mainstream media to expose malfeasance in the highest levels of the FBI it ain't gonna happen.
The Deep State is the worst part of the swamp. It was bad news for America when Trump couldn't drain the swamp.
 

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