CNN reporters and analysts are “scary people” not Trump supporters

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CNN’s chief political correspondent Dana Bash said Monday that it is “very scary” people believe President Donald Trump and White House advisor Stephen Miller’s election fraud claims.

Anchor Jake Tapper said, “It has been a challenge of this year when people like Steven Miller go on the president’s favorite channel and say things that are just shamelessly false or talk about this fantasy land alternate slight of electors. We don’t know if they’re cynically lying or if they are intellectually unable to understand the facts, or if there is some psychological issue. Still, at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter because the lies are affecting.”

Bash said, “We said this every day that election week, and the fact we’re still having to say this is pathetic and sad but also very scary that people believe the president, they believe Steven Miller. They’re sitting there listening to the echo chamber of those leaders and people who know better, including them, but others you talked about in Congress and the media they choose to listen to. That is the reality that becomes their world, and it is very dangerous,” breitbart.com reported.

It is not the case that these same biased people didn’t support the horrific attacks on President Trump for four years; they adamantly joined the fray of discontented leftist Democrats who claimed that Trump stole the election.

There is sufficient evidence of fraud in the 2020 election that favored Biden –far more than the democrats claimed after the 2016 election.

Were the Democrats that waged war against Trump—including Bash and Tapper “scary people”? These two are biased and unprofessional and not the brightest bulbs on the tree, but yet they wield power through their platforms—now that is scary.

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