Media ‘deliberately misleading’ public over Trump election fraud allegations

For the media, relentlessly insisting on President Donald Trump’s allegations of electoral fraud or impropriety is unsubstantiated evidence that they “are deliberately misleading the public,” said Daisy Cousens, a Sky News contributor. “There’s also this insistence that Trump loses a court case after a court case, that’s not true,” Ms Cousens told Sky News host Gary Hardgrave. “According to Rudy Giuliani, they actually only have about three ongoing cases. “The most important point here is that the media is pushing and insisting that Pennsylvania certified its votes, just like Michigan, just like these other states – so it’s final. “This is not the case, the votes can be overturned by a court order.” Ms Cousens said “the responsibility ends with the legislature”. “There are still legs on it, and I’m fascinated to see what’s going on,” she said. .

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