“From a legal perspective, Biden is an impostor, a false president, at least until December 14 of this year. If Biden can declare himself President-elect without any legal basis, then any other American citizen can also declare himself President-elect.”
“Imposter” is unnecessarily loaded language, but the truth of the basic observation is indisputable. There is no President-elect at this time.
If we had an objective media, one devoted to truth-telling, they would say so, but we don’t have an objective media. Instead, we have a mainstream press that is almost universally referring to Joe Biden as the President-elect, despite the fact he is not. More than that we have social media actively censoring people who seek to dispute the apparent outcome of the election.
An interesting example of the censorship appears in the President’s own Twitter feed. Trump tweeted that he won the election. Twitter added a disclaimer to the tweet, “! Official sources called this election differently.” But when you click on the disclaimer to see who the “official sources” might be, you learn they are “The Associated Press, NBC News and other news outlets.” In other words, they are not “official sources” at all.
Media is promoting a Big Lie. The question is, Why?
It is perfectly normal for election results to be disputed. It is so normal, in fact, that procedures exist in every state, and in the Constitution, for resolving electoral disputes.
It is not normal for media to treat its own projections as “official” (as above) or to engage in active deception with respect to the status of political races or their final outcomes, as Tucker Carlson documents here:
At a time like this I wish I could read minds. I would like to know why it is so important to so many to pretend that Joe Biden is the President-elect when, factually speaking, it just isn’t true. It may become true a month from now. Why the push to assume it is true already?