This is a general debate, not constrained to the 2020 U.S. elections.
It is fundamental to democracy that the results of an election are respected. It would seem to follow that it is un-democratic to distrust the results.
But this gives rise to a paradox, what if there are good reasons to distrust the results? Should “democracy” stand defiant in the face of reason? Is it always undemocratic to, for example, call for a manual recount? For a new election?
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