We’re moving to the true post-election part of the news cycle, where it’s less about the election itself and more about what comes next. Stories about Biden’s cabinet picks are drawing all the discussion right now. People are pointing out the sycophancy of the media now that Trump is heading out and Biden is heading in. There are numerous pieces on the makeup of the House and Senate.
But very little on the “stolen election” outside of Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani, and Trump’s rantings on the subject.
It seems a lot of those pieces are now being relegated to further outside the mainstream and not picking up the traffic they once did, and I think most writers are recognizing this because they are writing fewer and fewer of these pieces. Ultimately, I think that ends up being good in the long run.