Fox News anchor Chris Wallace is no fan of President Trump. Now he’s claiming Trump is instigating violence and unrest by pointing out instances of voter fraud. The mainstream media pundits are desperate for Trump to concede the race and leave quietly. But Trump is fighting back.
Fox is fake news
On election night, President Trump held a strong lead in several key battleground states. Then something strange started happening. Multiple states had late night surges in votes pushing Joe Biden ahead.
We watched in shock as Biden took Virginia, Wisconsin and Michigan. Many on the Left claim these surges were due to mail-in ballots being counted, which overwhelmingly favor Democrats. But some on the Right aren’t buying it.
In the early morning hours of November 4th President Trump held a press conference where he told the crowd, “We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election. This is a major fraud on our nation. We want the law to be used in a proper manner. So we’ll be going to the U.S. Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop.”
The mainstream media is calling President Trump’s comments dangerous and conspiratorial. Even the talking heads at Fox are saying the President is undermining our election process by making these claims. However, the President does have a reason to be concerned. Reports of voter fraud are coming in from multiple states.
Chris Wallace: "This is an extremely flammable situation and the president just threw a match into it. He hasn't won these states … the president doesn't get to say he won states … there's no question that all these states can continue to count votes." pic.twitter.com/iquygEE39Y
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 4, 2020
Chris Wallace calls out Trump
Chris Wallace of Fox News criticized the President’s press conference, saying he’s inciting a dangerous situation by not conceding the race to Joe Biden. “This is an extremely flammable situation and the president just threw a match into it.
He hasn’t won these states, nobody is saying he’s won the states. The states haven’t said that he’s won.”
Wallace has been critical of Trump all year, with things reaching a boiling point when he hosted the presidential debate in September. Many on the Right, including the President, thought Wallace was tough on Trump while lobbing softball questions at Biden.
Wallace also said, “There may be a question as to how long you can continue to accept ballots. But there’s no question that all these states can continue to count votes for days. They don’t have to certify for weeks who has won the state. That was what happened in Florida back in 2000.”
Trump’s request is simple. Count all the legal votes so the American people can have a fair and transparent election. There are multiple reports of dead people voting, stolen mail-in ballots, voting machine errors and even late ballots being back dated by postal workers. Wallace is one of many news anchors that want Trump out, but this election is still undecided.