Since most of us have stopped watching Fox News, you might have missed this very good clip that has been around the internet.
Trump campaign advisor Stephen Miller went on Fox & Friends to explain why Republican electors in contested states did not cast their votes for Biden.
Miller also said, “We have more than enough time to right the wrong of this fraudulent election result.” The only date that matters is January 20th.
Note the glaring looks given by Brian Kilemeade and his hostility that flares about five minutes into the segment. Miller parries back well. What is so wrong with Fox News and how is it their people are buckling to the left turn they’ve taken?
You might be heartened to know that seven states did as Miller suggested. They have set up dueling electors in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada and even New Mexico!
Also that the Supreme Court of Wisconsin ruled yesterday that Governor Tony Evers and other state and municipal officers did not have the legal authority to expand the definition of “indefinitely confined” citizens to permit absentee voting without showing a state ID. This is a surprising win since one of the four Republican justices has not always ruled for the Trump campaign. It means the Trump campaign can challenge the vote.
In Michigan, a judge ordered the release of the forensics report on the Dominion voting machines. What the report says is that votes in Antrim county cannot be certified and says that the other 48 counties using the machine should also be rejected. The rate of error allowed by the FEC is one in 250,000 ballots. In Antrim county it ended up being an error rate of 68%.
It has ramifications for other states, too. For instance, in Clark County Nevada, the error rate was 70%. In Arizona, the Senate Judiciary Committee authorized a full audit of their Dominion software.
This election is far from over.