The legitimacy of the 2020 election is the foundation upon which the ongoing transformation of America into a dictatorship of the “woke” is built and any questions about the 81 million votes credited to President Joe Biden are strictly forbidden with the media acting as enforcers of the official narrative.
One whose job is to quash naysayers is CNN’s Chris Wallace who did his part in an interview with RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel when she wasn’t sufficiently devoted to the infallibility of an election that millions believe was rigged, including former President Donald J. Trump who continues to contend that he was cheated out of a second term.
On Wednesday’s edition of “CNN Primetime,” the former Fox News anchor joined Laura Coates to preview his sit-down with McDaniel which will air on Friday, and in the clip teasing the interview, Wallace is greatly displeased over her suggestion that an election where the deeply unpopular Biden was able to win the most votes in history, far more than even Barack Obama may have been plagued by problems.
“When did you stop being an election denier?” Wallace asked, using the term that much like “conspiracy theorist” is intended to smear those who dare to ask inconvenient questions as kooks.
“I think saying there were problems with 2020 is very real,” McDaniel replied. “I don’t think that’s election-denying. I mean, Chris, I am from Wayne County. We had a woman send a note saying, ‘I’m being told to backdate ballots.’ We had to look into that. That’s deeply concerning. When you have friends who are poll-watching and get kicked out, that’s deeply concerning. We have every right to look at that. And I think everybody should have a little more concern about, listen…”
Wallace cut her off, “Wait a minute. Are you saying as the chair of the Republican Party that you still have questions as to whether or not Joe Biden was the duly elected president in 2020?”
“Joe Biden’s the president…,” McDaniel stated.
“No, I didn’t ask you whether he’s the president,” snapped the aggravated Wallace.
McDaniel, answered, “I don’t think that–I think there were lots of problems…”
“Do you think he won the election?” Wallace demanded.
“I think there were lots of problems with question 2020,” she said. “Ultimately, he won the election.”
“Pardon?” Wallace asked, not happy that her answer fell short of the ringing endorsement of Biden’s legitimacy that’s required.
“Ultimately he won the election but there were lots of problems with the 2020 election, 100%,” she responded.
“And that’s fair,” Wallace acknowledged.
“But I don’t think he won it fair. I don’t. I’m not gonna say that,” the RNC boss stated, refusing to fall in line.
“You’re saying you’re not sure – as the Republican Party chair – that he was the legitimately elected president?” Wallace asked again.
“I’m saying there were lots of problems with the 2020 election and we need to fix it going forward,” McDaniel answered, clearly not what the frustrated anchor wanted to hear.
Bullying and censorship of those who have expressed legitimate skepticism over the election only reinforce the suspicions that Biden, who was installed in a militarized Washington, DC that more closely resembled the transfer of power to a third-world junta than a traditional American presidential succession, was not legitimately elected with the “problems” referred to by McDaniel being ones of an unprecedented nature.
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