Legitimacy [noun]

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Carano, who later announced she had joined the conservative app Parler, went on to mock the coronavirus vaccine and the legitimacy of mail-in voting in December.

America is nearing a crisis of democratic legitimacy because one side is trying to erect one-party minority rule.

Aldean didn’t openly support or condemn his wife’s post, but he did share another meme questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election results.

They can’t solve everything, but they at least have the legitimacy to align some portion of voter beliefs with the reality of a free and fair election.

Misinformation about things like the legitimacy of the recent presidential election, for example, content that might have been regarded as merely objectionable two weeks ago now looks dangerous.

There was particular concern voiced Monday when Bartiromo’s name became public as a potential replacement, considering the criticism she has faced for comments she made questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election.

She wrote in the royal “we” to lend the site more legitimacy.

We need people in a democracy to have trust in the legitimacy of law enforcement, and not imagine that help will be contingent on our political beliefs.

When Democrats, principled Republicans and journalists point out the facts about the election’s legitimacy, it ricochets off the bubble this movement has constructed around itself.

Hayes’s openness, combined with Anderson’s unimpressive testimony, undermined the legitimacy of Democrats seeking to reverse the election results.