The media and Democrats are like unscrupulous salesmen who believe in order to get away with a lie, make sure it is a big one. The corrupt election process has shown just how poisonous and dangerous these charlatans are to our democracy.
From the Russia hoax to the impeachment, the media covered up for Democrats using fake storylines, shrouding the truth with lies and hypocrisy. These partners in crime don’t realize that their grand scheme to steal the election is about to fall apart. They are too blinded by their own hubris.
Journalists around the world have a long tradition of fighting for justice, representing the weak against the strong and shining a light on wrongdoers, but not the ones polluting the American media today.
They have been called biased, partisan and even misinformed, but their ignorance is willful. They have a different code of ethics and it is not honorable, it is corrupt.
President Donald Trump’s legal team is clearly frustrated with the media’s refusal to examine and report the details found in affidavits from hundreds of American citizens, filed under penalty of perjury, attesting to fraudulent and illegal acts they witnessed at polling centers in several states.
These affidavits corroborate the president’s belief that the election was stolen, but the media is acting as a defense team for purported winner Joe Biden instead of covering all the facts surrounding the election that have emerged.
Fox News was the only mainstream media outlet that bothered to cover the team’s Thursday press conference live, outlining a path to victory for Trump in the 2020 election.
Senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis was appalled when a reporter shouted a question to attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell as soon as he finished his remarks. She turned the event into an epic repudiation of modern media practices.
“Excuse me, we’re not up to the questions at this point… we’re not at the questions at this point,” Ellis said. “What you have heard, I’m sure, in the fake newspapers tomorrow will be one of two things. Either there was not sufficient evidence that we presented, or we spoke too long,” Ellis said.
“What you’ve heard now is basically an opening statement. This is what you can expect to see when we get to court to actually have a full trial on the merit, to actually show this evidence in court and prove our case. This is not a Law & Order episode where everything is neatly wrapped up in 60 minutes,” she added.
Giuliani said the coverage of Trump’s case for election fraud has been “almost as dishonest as the scheme itself.”
“The American people are entitled to know this. You don’t have a right to keep it from them. You don’t have a right to lie about it. And you are.”
He upbraided the media for cheering when two Republican officials in Michigan were harassed and doxxed after they refused to certify election results because they found discrepancies indicating the ballot counts in 71% of the precincts do not match voter rolls.
“I have a hundred more of these. But I can’t show them to you, because these people don’t want to be harassed. They don’t want to have their lives torn apart by the goons on the other side. We don’t do that to them. They’ve done that to a lot of our people. They’ve done it for 4 years. And it’s outrageous that it’s tolerated. And it’s tolerated because you condone it in the press. And you don’t cover it. And you don’t condemn it,” Giuliani said.
Powell put the media on notice: “We are not going to be intimidated. We are not going to back down. We are going to clean this mess up now. President Trump won by a landslide. We are going to prove it, and we are going to reclaim the United States of America for the people who vote for freedom.”