“Fox and Associates” host Brian Kilmeade advised the nation must “cease” protesting after each election throughout a section this morning.
“Total, I feel we have now to, as a rustic, cease protesting each election outcome,” Kilmeade stated.
“What was it like working for George Bush to listen to he was illegitimate from 2000 to 2004?” he stated, referring to Bush v. Gore, the Supreme Courtroom choice that handed Bush the election after the Courtroom stopped a recount that had been initiated upon a ruling by the Florida Supreme Courtroom.
“What was it like working for Donald Trump from 2016 to 2020, realizing that each single day folks had been saying, ‘You’re illegitimate. The Russians put you there,’?” he added, ignoring the fact that former President Trump is at the moment dealing with an impeachment trial within the Senate for inciting an revolt towards Congress after having spent months suggesting that the 2020 election is fraudulent regardless of no proof to assist the declare.
Kilmeade, who additionally by no means talked about Fox’s personal information protection, which was usually deferential to Trump regardless of his election falsehoods, continued by undermining President Joe Biden’s election win.
“What’s it like as Joe Biden appears to win the election and the Trump folks don’t settle for it?” he stated. “We now have to cease doing this and to do this we have now to get some extra religion in our election system and it’s acquired to occur in each single state. Do what Ohio and Florida and North Carolina did: They tightened issues up and so they’ve acquired to tighten issues up within the states everyone knows about.”
Kilmeade’s remarks about “states everyone knows about” seemed to be a reference to swing states, like Georgia, that went for Biden through the election. There is no such thing as a proof that fraud came about regardless of the Trump administration’s makes an attempt to litigate the election outcomes. Georgia prosecutors have opened a prison investigation right into a telephone name Trump made asking for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to assist him “discover” votes to overturn the outcomes.
You possibly can watch Kilmeade’s remarks within the video under.
Brian Kilmeade downplays the Capitol revolt by asking everybody to “cease protesting each election outcome,” referring to 2000, 2016, and when “Joe Biden appear[ed] to win” in 2020. pic.twitter.com/o6xTw4rP9z
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) February 11, 2021