The roster of pro-Trump propaganda on the net’s prime time spent the evening showing the election potentially rife with corruption and implying that Democrats may be stealing the election.
Sean Hannity stated in his program: “Tonight every American should be angry, indignant and anxious and worried about what happened in the election and the lead to the election”.
Much of Hannity’s program is devoted to promoting the story of a decline in confidence in the voting system. The presenter, who is close to the President, asked his audience, “Do you believe what happened in this election? Do you believe these election results are correct? ? Do you believe this is a free and fair election? “
“I have a lot of questions,”; Hannity concluded.
Hannity joined in his attempt to encroach on the integrity of the electoral system by colleagues Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham, two show hosts who also have a history of making dishonest arguments in favor of Trump.
Carlson invited guests on his show, including a Trump campaign lawyer who deflected the election process.
Carlson argued that “the results of our presidential election were taken from the hands of the voters” and placed in the hands of “apparently corrupt city officials.” He added that “many Americans will never accept the outcome of a presidential election.”
Ingraham, who insists that there are “many questions” left open about the process, asserts that there have been “unconfirmed votes” that affect the total.
Ingraham bluntly asked at the outset of her show, “Is it fixed?”
A Fox News spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment asking whether Fox News executives, such as chief executive Suzanne Scott or chairman Jay Wallace, agreed with the top talent of network attack election system or not.
But the clear goal is false and unfounded The statement appears intended to soften the basis for Trump to dispute the official outcome of the election.
Other guests appearing online on Wednesday made similar arguments to claim that Democrats were stealing the election. Former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich spent a few minutes with “Fox & Friends” questioning the legality of the vote and advised Trump to ask Congress to open investigations in several states.