Nor does it change that fact that those who claim the winner was declared by the supreme court are misinformed.
Nor does it change the fact that by the rules in place before the election, and by the altered rules requested by Gore, Bush would still have won.
Nor does it change the fact that the controversy and recount are secondary effects, that the true cause for Gore's loss was the ballots designed and deployed by the Democrats.
Which of these facts are you disputing?
All three, they are opinions backed up by incomplete data gathered and reported by partisans.
Then you prove yourself wrong. The Supreme Court did not declare a winner, they let the rulings stand of the state officials who were originally empowered to decide matters of counts and recounts and deadlines. These state officials decided the election, declared the winner, not the US Supreme Court. The Supreme Court merely let them perform their appointed roles. And then there is the butterfly ballot designed and deployed by Democrats, with this there would have been no dispute nor recount, and Gore would have won. That you can not accept such simple facts proves you are the person with partisan issues. As for the partisanship of the recounts, it was done by the media, if anything the deck was stacked in Gore's favor.