Fox News host Laura Ingraham kicked off Monday night’s program by delivering to viewers the harsh reality that President Donald Trump will not remain Commander-in-Chief, letting them know she’s peddling a “false reality” to them. If she said the Supreme Court would. deliver a victory for Trump.
Acknowledging that the president and his administration have finally enabled the formal transition process with President-elect Joe Biden, the pro-Trump host issued an austere note on the state of Trump’s diminishing legal challenges to overturn the election .
“As unpleasant and disappointing as the past three weeks have been for many of us, even though we wish things were different, that’s where it is tonight,” she sighed, adding : “Unless the legal situation changes dramatically and improbably, Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20.
Ingraham, who has repeatedly given credit to the president’s baseless allegations of widespread electoral fraud, reassured viewers that “that doesn’t mean I don’t think the election was marred by problems and fraud. potential ”. She has also preemptively fended off disgruntled Trump supporters who might challenge her accepting the hard truth.
“To say this is not a sellout to the conservative populist movement that I’ve been fighting for, I don’t know, 25 years,” Ingraham said. “And that doesn’t mean that I completely disagree with the president’s right and obligation to pursue all legitimate legal challenges to this outcome.”
The prime-time star then told audiences that it was well and truly over for the president.
“To say that is to live in reality,” she said. “What if I offered you a false reality, if I told you that there was an excellent and phenomenal chance that the Supreme Court would step in and win President Trump, I would be lying to you.”
After giving this bitter pill to his viewers, Ingraham spent the next few minutes bragging about the president’s accomplishments while personally attributing to him the Republicans’ gains in the House of Representatives and state legislatures. She also expressed hope that Trump would announce a series of rallies in Georgia to “celebrate his great number of successes” while campaigning for both Senate second-round races.
In the end, she appeared to deliver a direct message to the president, asking him to appoint a commission on electoral reform to examine voting irregularities in major swing states. At the same time, she has let Trump know what he should not do after he leaves office.
“Believe me, I think Democrats are hoping or betting that President Trump is laughing at how the election was rigged and so on,” she said. “I don’t think it’s necessary for him to continue to question this in the court of public opinion, because a huge percentage of Americans already believe him.
The moment Ingraham came to Jesus with the widely accepted election result came just hours after prime-time Fox star Tucker Carlson. asserted that the election “Wasn’t fair” and “rigged” against Trump. Carlson, however, was not entirely satisfied with the President’s legal challenges; Last week, he criticized Sidney Powell, former Trump lawyer, for his lack of evidence to back up allegations of electoral fraud.
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