The mainstream media picks which stories will be hyped. They calculated that the Kyle Rittenhouse trial was favorable to their narrative, just like anytime a white cop shoots a black a person, so the coverage was endless. But telling viewers and readers about a handful of kids parked on a lawn and starving themselves (with the possible exception of the occasional Big Mac being snuck onto the grounds) doesn’t help their agenda, it harms it.
The move to destroy the thought of America as a stand-alone country began many years ago. Some states have had challenges to eradicate the Pledge in schools. In some states, those challenges have been successful. Professional athletes started kneeling in protest for the Anthem a few years ago, and the action has caught on at the college and even high school levels.
While I do not recommend the default position, I can understand why some might prefer that option. Among those are the ones responsible for the fraud in the first place. One of the consequences of the audit is that of exposure. There is now extreme pressure on those responsible to take action to protect themselves and the results they obtained through their fraud.
In most elections, there are a large number of people who by age, citizenship, and other factors, are eligible to vote. There is also a subset of those people who have actually registered to vote. In states that have not regularly maintained their registration databases, there are significant numbers of deceased voters, voters who have moved, ones who have lost the right to vote, and others still included in the registry. Finally, there are those who actually vote in an election.