Monday, November 9, 2020

Conservatives: 'The media does not get to call the election'; 'With-us-or-against-us' Declaration Splits Reps as Trump Vows to Fight, and MORE Voting Issues PILE UP

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Conservatives dispute Biden victory: 'The media does not get to call the election':
Conservatives pushed back Saturday against the decision by media outlets to declare former Vice President Joseph R. Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election.
“The media do not get to determine who the president is. The people do,” tweeted Sen. Josh Hawley, Missouri Republican. “When all lawful votes have been counted, recounts finished, and allegations of fraud addressed, we will know who the winner is.”
Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Nance said the lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign challenging the vote counts should be resolved before the winner is declared.
“The news media does not get to call the election,” Ms. Nance said. “We will let the legal process play out, and if former Vice President Biden is the winner, we will congratulate him, pray for him, and engage him to do the right thing on the issues about which we care.”
Conservative radio and television host Mark Levin concurred, saying that “the media do not declare who’s president-elect.” --->READ MORE HERE
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'With-us-or-against-us' declaration splits Republicans as Trump vows to fight:
Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, other possible 2024 presidential candidates lean into president's charge
Donald Trump Jr.’s with-us-or-against-us declaration about voter fraud accusations has riven the Republican Party, forcing its politicians to pick between their president and their own political sensibilities.
Both of Mr. Trump’s sons have lain into GOP leaders and elected officials, slamming as disloyal and spineless Republicans who didn’t rush to back Mr. Trump’s disputed claim that Democrats were stealing the election.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, who was singled out, came running, vowing to donate $500,000 to the president’s legal defense fund.
Several likely 2024 presidential candidates — including Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Josh Hawley of Missouri, and Tom Cotton of Arkansas — also have heeded the clarion call, leaning into the president’s charge that there could have been widespread fraud in the elections.
“This is a premature conversation because we have not finished counting votes,” South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”” People have signed legal documents, affidavits stating that they saw illegal activities. And that is why we need to have this conversation in court.” --->READ MORE HERE
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