Donald Trump got some bad news.
The changes at Fox News now include shows that were previously supportive.
And all hell broke loose when one show on Fox News called out Trump on voter fraud.
Donald Trump rose to political prominence in part because from 2011 to 2015 he had a weekly guest spot on “Fox and Friends.”
But as the President reaches the endgame of his challenges to the 2020 election, the new anti-Trump bias at Fox now pervades “Fox and Friends.”
Just days before Trump supporters in the House and Senate were set to object to the results of several states’ Electoral College vote counts, co-hosts Peter Doocy and Brian Kilmeade attacked the President for supposedly presenting no evidence of systemic voter fraud.
Doocy shot down co-host Ainsley Earhardt’s claims of voter fraud ranting “That’s the case that Donald Trump and his lawyers have put out. They said there is all this evidence,” he noted. “But they haven’t really produced the evidence.”
Kilmeade expressed concern that a massive rally of Trump supporters planned to coincide with the joint session of Congress claiming it would create “anarchy.”
“I just worry about you have that along with the protest the president is calling for on Tuesday and Wednesday. I mean, this is the type of anarchy that doesn’t work for anybody, Republicans or Democrats in the big picture. And I just think it’s up to the president’s legal team to produce what they are telling them they have,” Kilmeade began.
Kilmeade also falsely claimed that “so far there is no proof of it,” meaning voter fraud.
Doocy also falsely claimed that President Trump’s allies only alleged fraud on TV and would never dare do so in a courtroom where they could face sanctions for making false claims.
“There have been a number of the president’s supporters who have said things on TV or on social media that have, you know, clouded the waters where it’s like wow, thousands of dead people. Dominion machines and all that stuff,” Doocy added, “But interestingly enough, that information is never entered into a court because you cannot present information to a court if you do not have the evidence. And so far we haven’t seen the evidence. Maybe today at noon bring out the evidence but we haven’t seen the evidence.”
This is not true.
Multiple lawsuits filed in states featured thousands of pages of sworn affidavits laying out the testimony of eye witnesses to fraud that they witnessed.
Since the election Fox News has lost 40 percent of its audience.
“Fox and Friends” was thought to be one of the few shows on the network committed to fairly covering President Trump.
But that no longer appears to be the case.
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