Fox’s Bartiromo: Intel Source Says Trump ‘Did in Fact Win Election’
Maria Bartiromo, the Fox Business anchor, said Monday that a source in the intelligence community told her that President Trump won the 2020 election.
The Todd Starnes Show has not been able to independently verify Bartiromo’s claims. Nor have any other news agencies.
The host said that her source told her that it will be up to the U.S. Supreme Court to hear cases from across the county to “stop the clock.”
Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard Law professor, told the host that he believed the end of Trump’s legal path to the presidency ended last Friday when three judges—all appointed by Trump—ruled against him on technical grounds.
“I think they sent a very unambiguous message that they did not want the judiciary to get involved in this messy, divisive electoral dispute that doesn’t seem to have a road to changing the result. So I think Friday really marked the end,” he said.
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As Trump’s legal team continues to challenge the election. Kayleigh McEnany, the White House spokeswoman, told Reuters that Trump is “still pursuing ongoing litigation.” There are also several other prominent lawyers like Sidney Powell and Lin Wood who have been pursuing the challenge.
Wood send out an explosive tweet on Thursday calling for Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Stephen Breyer to resign. He said they are “anti-Trumpers” who are dedicated to preventing the public from knowing the “TRUTH of @realDonaldTrump’s re-election.”
Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal attorney, has criticized the courts of not even listening to the legal argument and points to witness statements that show widespread fraud.
Joe Biden faces his own headaches if he does get inaugurated on Jan. 20. Black Lives Matter said that Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris have refused to meet with its leaders since the election, which they called “demeaning to our movement.”
Liz Peek, a political columnist, told the “Todd Starnes Show,” that she believes it is a “slap in the face” for the movement.
Peek said that a lot of House members who lost their seat blame the “defund-the-police” movement and see it as being politically tainted at the moment.
“They don’t want to get too close,” Peek said. But she said that will likely not sit well with the movement going forward because its members believe they won the election for Biden. She said that Democrats historically do nothing for black Americans.