This is an exercise in reasoning.
It might be a little hard to grasp at first but bear with me.
It may seem improbable, but it is possible for one’s pea-picking brain to hold two truths in one’s head at one time.
For instance, “It is snowing in Oregon tonight.” And, “Georgia peaches are the best. Wish I had me some.”
The one thought is independent of the other. But thinking about peaches doesn’t mean that I can’t also recognize that it is snowing outside.
In the same fashion, we can say, “Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 Election, in part, because millions of voters weren’t motivated to vote at all. They were loathe to elect her.”
And: “American Intelligence officials have confirmed that they have proof that Russia interfered with the Election of 2016 and that they had a clear favorite -Donald Trump. Senators from both sides of the aisles are alarmed by these findings.”