“There’s still the right-wing media machine promoting voter lies, suggesting that this will go to the Supreme Court and that Trump will win in a second term,” said the Director. CNN media Brian said on “Trusted Source” Sunday. He calls it an “alternative reality.” Stelter also said it was “quirky, unproven and dangerous for democracy.”
On Sunday afternoon, the main headline on the Fox News website was “The Trump Team vows to have more lawsuits in key states this week, as top Republicans talk about Biden’s win.” And conservative news outlet Newsmax has yet to call an election for Joe Biden.
Newsmax Media CEO Chris Ruddy told Stelter that Trump was “very disappointed in Fox News”; during a recent conversation he had with the president.
“The data from Fox is not good at all,” Rudy said. In response, Stelter said, “The Fox polls are science. They did their best.”
Network leaders are allowing their biggest stars – Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham – to air and undermine the integrity of the US electoral system with dishonesty.
Even the so-called “straight news” section of the network has dealt with the President’s unfounded allegations against a softer glove electoral system than other networks and news organizations.
While Fox News spokesman Bret Baier noted that there was no real evidence of widespread voter fraud, he and his colleague Martha MacCallum repeatedly presented legal challenges to the election. Trump has promised to bring in, despite the fact that most legal experts have dismissed them. like with little or no credit.
CNN senior media correspondent Oliver Darcy said on Sunday: “You don’t see any hosts being pushed back.” “If you watch it, you understand that those are just dangerous things.”
Fox employees and other staff were instructed not to call Biden “President-elect” when the network called the race, according to two memos obtained by CNN Friday. And on Saturday, after the race was called for by several news networks, prominent conservative figures, such as Tomi Lahren and Mark Levin, unfoundedly suggested on Twitter that the election was stolen by Trump.
CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, Kate Bennett, Jeremy Diamond and Kevin Liptak contributed to this report.