Refusal to report on such things has to be a deliberate narrative decision.
Noting that ballot harvesting is illegal in Georgia, Glenn Reynolds quotes from a Just the News story about a government investigation into a major campaign in violation of that law during the 2020 election cycle:
Georgia authorities have launched an investigation into an allegation of systematic ballot harvesting during the state’s 2020 general election and subsequent U.S. Senate runoff and may soon issue subpoenas to secure evidence, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger confirmed to Just the News.
In case you’ve forgotten (ahem), the electoral outcomes in Georgia were absolutely central to the current makeup of the federal government, and its trillions of dollars in spending. That’s a lot of motive looking for a method of cheating.
Expect this to be ignored and downplayed, no matter what comes of the investigation. Where billionaires funded government agencies in ways that favored certain constituencies, it’s ignored because maybe it wasn’t technically against the law. Where Democrats modified laws in contradiction of constitutional requirements, it’s ignored because no courts had the courage to step in and stop it. In this case, perhaps it will be ignored on the grounds that ballot harvesting isn’t illegal anywhere, so it’s just some strange Georgian rule.
Ignore them all you want, but these things add up, and that’s why I’m entirely comfortable concluding that the results were illegitimate.