Pro-Trump push-back continues to build as fake-news outlets have persistently denied the concrete evidence of vote fraud that is central to expected legal challenges in six to eight states.
“I don’t call on activists,” McEnany said in a figurative mic-drop moment as she left the podium.
After initially setting expectations that the election may be drawn out indefinitely if Democrat nominee Joe Biden were to contest the results, corporate/mainstream media outlets rushed to accept Biden’s declaration of victory four days afterward.
In fact, Biden’s claim of victory was based upon those media themselves, who had attempted to coronate him the day after the election, even as several states were continuing to accept ballots due to Democrat-imposed “emergency” rules changes.
They have since requested court-imposed injunctions to block Democrat state officials from certifying the fraudulent results without further auditing.
Trump would likely need to prevail in at least three of the states to secure a lead in electors prior to the Electoral College‘s convening on Dec. 14 to elect the next president.
However, both Republican officials and Trump campaign advisers have expressed confidence in their ability to do so, with several of the contested states maintaining a razor-thin margin of less than 15,000 votes.
In others states, such as Pennsylvania and Nevada, the flagrant violations of established state and federal law appear to be easily provable should cases proceed.
Hundreds of affidavits have attested to the mismanagement and other more nefarious activity that occurred in key urban precincts during the initial polling, vote counts and even recounts.
Credible allegations have emerged involving abuses of both mail-in voting and the electronic software systems used in some 30 states, which has business ties to prominent US Democrats and to the governments of communist countries like Venezuela and China.
During a press conference on Thursday, Trump campaign attorneys sought to make their “opening statement” in the court of public opinion by previewing some of the evidence.
However leftist media outlets appeared to be fixated more on trivial details than the substance of the allegations.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani criticized falsely framed questions from CNN and an unidentified woman who claimed to be an “independent” journalist.
He—along with lawyers Sidney Powell and Jenna Ellis—chided them for yelling out irrelevant comments that seemed to dismiss offhandedly everything that the presentation had established.
On Friday, McEnany, who has garnered a reputation for no-BS attitude with reporters, picked up the mantle in her testy exchange with CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins, the Gateway Pundit reported.
Collins, oddly enough, previously was the White House correspondent for conservative website the Daily Caller before gravitating to the leftist network in 2017.
It’s unclear whether personal politics or ambition played a bigger role in the move.
But some have questioned lately whether her former employer may also have jumped ship, going the way of once-conservative bastions like the Drudge Report and Fox News, both of which have abandoned Trump supporters.
Even conservative Fox News host Tucker Carlson—who founded the Daily Caller and was involved in its operations until earlier this year—has put extra scrutiny on Trump’s lawyers to produce results.
The two engaged in a heated exchange following Carlson’s commentary Thursday night that Powell had not gone far enough in presenting evidence.
After criticizing Carlson as “insulting, demanding and rude,” Powell said she had instructed his producers not to contact her again under the circumstances.
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) November 20, 2020