American Thinker issues retraction on dominion voting system reporting after legal threats. 1st came the social purge, next website hosting and browser blocking of urls.
Faced with surrender of being sued out of existence it looks like the Thinker has opted for surrender and survival.
Learn from this, do not give the left ammunition to destroy you.
Here's the way I look at it: either they know that Dominion was cheating, and, as Stanley wrote, are afraid of being sued out of existence, or they made such a catastrophic error in reporting that they are untrustworthy. Is this the article where the truth came to die?
Sounds like they were made an offer they can't refuse.
NOW we know WHY they nuked the comment section. They were essentially blackmailed by a much larger company with millions of dollars in resources and they buckled and issued a false statement, the same as FoxNewsBusiness and some other outlets. The much larger company forced them to make multiple false statements to avoid being sued. The false statements included obvious falsehoods like the denial that weighted votes were employed in the November 3rd fraud.
The evidence of vote weighting is right there in the Edison database for all to see. The fractional vote totals (i.e. non-integer vote totals) is NOT due to round-off or other computer error. It is clear evidence a weighted vote system was used. There is no legitimate explanation for non-whole number vote tallies. And I point out, if a statement includes one intentional, baldfaced lie, then the whole statement is tainted and you must ask how many other blatant lies it contains. In my opinion, the forced statement is nothing but propaganda and almost entirely false. The real reason American Thinker nuked their comment section is because that was part of their forced agreement and is to keep people like us from pointing out the obvious lies and falsehoods contained in the forced statement.
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