Here is an example from the bought-and-paid-for BBC whose "Reality Check Team" has undertaken to "fact check" the "rumor" of a 138,000 sudden ballot dump for Biden in Michigan during the early hours of morning when no one was watching.
The BBC claims this was a "data entry error" that was corrected. The "data entry error" was not corrected, if it was, until it became an issue. How does the BBC know that the sudden jump in votes for Biden wasn't fraud that when exposed was explained away by crooked officials as a "data entry error."
Note also that the exact same thing occured in neighboring Wisconsin at about the same time. So we had two simultaneous "data entry errors" in two critical contested states that wiped out Trump's lead? How likely is that?
Note also that correcting the "data entry error" did not result in the reappearnce of Trump's lead. So how was the error corrected?