At first, it was just the Democrats who didn’t want to listen to reason when it came to voter fraud and election meddling. But now it appears that the media has jumped on the train as they continue to cut away from anybody mentioning a rigged election. Usual the voice of reason, Fox News wouldn’t even allow Kayleigh McEnany to finish her press conference about how President Trump isn’t conceding until the lawsuits are finished due to alleged voter fraud.
As you can see in the video below, McEnany is trying to give an update on the alleged fraud that took place during the 2020 election. She doesn’t even get more than a couple of words out when Fox News hosts, Neil Cavuto, decides to cut away from the broadcast, saying, “Whoa, whoa, whoa – I just think we have to be very clear. She’s charging the other side as welcoming fraud and welcoming illegal voting. Unless she has more details to back that up, I can’t in good countenance continue to show you this.”
The problem with the media is, they have forgotten what their job is to do. They are not the gatekeepers of facts. They lost that privilege a long time ago. For years, the media has pulled the wool over our eyes so to speak. They have lied about facts, most recently about COVID-19, yet they want us to believe they have our best interest in mind. I think not.
Known for cutting away from speeches, Cavuto goes on to say he would return to the interview if they had solid evidence. Hint – that is what the lawsuits are there for. It’s not like McEnany is going to drag the Democrats up to the podium and they will confess to rigging an election.
It’s simple, there is no way a man could spend the entire campaign in a basement and somehow gain the most votes in history. The math simply doesn’t add up, yet whenever fraud is mentioned, the media quickly turns away. What exactly are they hiding, and why are they so adamant about keeping it away from the American people?
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on November 10, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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