If America had a free press, this story would be front-page-news across the fruited plain:
"Newly Discovered Video Shows Late Night Deliveries of Tens of Thousands of Illegal Ballots to Michigan Arena"
At least we have Gateway Pundit. Kudos to Cassandra Fairbanks and Jim Hoft, who have found video-proof of The Big Steal in Michigan, confirming the sworn affidavits of at least three witnesses.
Read and watch it all here, if you can bear to. It is sickening to behold -- the improbable white van driving our country into dictatorship, and the failure of any persons endowed with authority to take action to stop it.
But, of course, America doesn't have a free press. We have propaganda organs, like Time magazine. Of course, who even bothers with Time magazine? I haven't read it for years. Today, however, the propaganda is so over the top as to be exceptional, even in our age of lies.
In "The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election," Molly Ball, author of Pelosi (no kidding), turns what she calls "conspiracy" into the democratic process, a "shadow effort" into self-determination and a "cabal" into the will of the people.
You have to skim it to believe it.
What is of hindsighted interest are the various points along the way when the conspirators believed they could lose their hard-won steal; the variously moving parts in Michigan were especially if not, in this telling, unqiuely concerning to them. This tells me to hang onto every iota we know about how close we were in the states Molly Ball, author of Pelosi, ignores, starting with Georgia.
It's lot to digest and I may not even bother; but I did check to see that with all of the self-congratulatory detail on the workings and communications of this shadow conspiracy against the 2020 election, Molly Ball, author of Pelosi, reported not one single word about the conspiracy's most important and wholly unexplained feat: the unprecedented suspension of vote-counting in the five swing states where Donald Trump was handsomely winning late on November 3.
This makes everything else in Time's "tell-all" deflection.