Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who also happens to be President Donald Trump’s frontman when it comes to leading the charge in exposing potential voter and ballot fraud that took place in the 2020 election, gave a press conference today in which he said a lot.
Giuliani continually insisted to the attending reporters — and to the news cameras — that he had mountains of evidence of ballot fraud in important battleground states like Pennsylvania, a state that Biden, as of now, has been declared the winner of.
“What I’m describing to you is a massive fraud,” Giulian said at one point, before explaining what he meant by that statement.
“This pattern repeats itself in a number of states, almost exactly the same pattern. Which, to any experienced investigator, prosecutor, would suggest that there was a plan from a centralized place to execute these various acts of voter fraud, specifically focused on big cities. And, as you can imagine, big cities controlled by Democrats. And particularly focused on big cities that have a long history of corruption,” Giuliani said.
Respected Texas lawyer Sidney Powell joined Giuliani at the presser, appearing more than confident that she and Giuliani have enough evidence to actually overturn the preliminary results of the 2020 election, which if true, means that Trump will enjoy another term in the White House.
But it didn’t take but a few minutes after the press conference was over for a Fox News reporter to immediately repeat the network’s narrative that Giuliani and Powell were all talk and presented nothing of note, according to Newsmax.
“That was certainly a colorful news conference from Rudy Giuliani, but it was light on facts,” Fox News’ White House correspondent Kristin Fisher said. “So much of what he said was simply not true or has already been thrown out in court.”
She doubled down on her conclusion of Giuliani’s presser, insisting that the former NYC mayor had nothing new after teasing earlier that the press conference would be a game-changer.
“Giuliani, he opened by making this really bold and baseless claim that a lot of this alleged nationwide voter fraud that he’s referring to all come from one centralized place,” Fisher said.
“He called it a nationwide conspiracy. And, yet, he failed to provide any hard evidence to back up that one specific claim, especially when you’re really dealing with a claim that cuts to the core of our Democratic process,” she added.
Fisher’s rejection of any possibility that Giuliani had evidence that would suffice in changing the outcome of the election quickly caught the attention of Trump supporters on Twitter, who have already began a mass exodus from the formerly conservative-friendly news network.
“Is Fox News White House correspondent Kristin Fisher a reporter or a commentator? It’s hard to tell the difference,” said conservative radio personality Todd Starnes.
It’s clear, at least at this point, that the mainstream media — including many on Fox News — are dead set on declaring Joe Biden the president-elect, even in the face of mounting evidence that there could be some wild changes in the final election outcome.