Apparently I wasn’t the only one stunned at so called “reporters” during the press conference with Republican Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Trump Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and a GOP attorney in Philadelphia this afternoon.
“The enormity of what’s happening in media cannot be ignored,” tweeted Jenna Ellis, a constitutional law attorney. “If an attorney held a press conference and said she has evidence exonerating her client, the press should NOT cut away and substitute its own judgment, claiming no proof. That’s acting as a party in interest, not press.”
Perhaps conservative actor and certified genius James Woods explained it best:
“But they aren’t the press,” Woods posted in response. “They don’t even pretend anymore. They’ve become the flying monkeys from the Wizard of Oz. They exist solely to protect and serve the Democratic Party.”
Woods followed up with this comment:
“Tens of millions of Americans are stunned right now, and most certainly not by this “loss.” We are sickened that our fellow Americans don’t care to question the obvious, disgusted that the press is silent and decidedly lacking in curiosity, and certain that it will happen again.”
Fox News, cut the conference off early. Begging the question of the day, “what the hell is going on with Fox?”
The once conservative news outlet recorded, for the first time in years, viewing numbers less than their major competitors.
On November 6th, Fox had 2,266,000 viewers. CNN had 4,009,000 viewers. MSNBC counted 2,983,000 viewers.
Fox ignored an earlier interview with attorney Sidney Powell, when she announced 450,000 late ballots appeared and all were cast for Joe Biden.
The Republican Attorney Generals Association announced AGs Jeff Landry (LA), Daniel Cameron (KY) Eric Schmitt (MO) and Mike Hunter (OK) have brought ‘major’ legal action in the Pennsylvania mail-in ballot challenge case today. Fox virtually ignored it.