CNN had everything banked on President Donald Trump losing in November.
They have proven they would do anything to make sure of it.
And what CNN just admitted about voter fraud will have your jaw on the floor.
There is boatloads of evidence of foul play and mounting allegations of voter fraud affecting the 2020 election.
President Trump has outright said that he won, with tens of millions of Americans backing him on that.
But the mainstream media insists that there was nothing off with the election results, and have gone so far as to laughably claim that the 2020 election was the fairest election we have ever had.
And they viciously attack anybody who questions that, painting them as treasonous conspiracy theorists trying to undermine democracy.
But now they are taking a different tone with one race that occurred in November.
While you aren’t allowed to question the Presidential election on their network, they allowed one guest to claim that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell won his Kentucky Senate race due to fraud.
McConnell beat his Democrat opponent by almost 20 points, with his opponent only winning three counties in the entire state.
This exchange came during CNN host Erin Burnett’s show, OutFront, which featured Retired Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson.
Wilkerson claims to be a “life-long Republican,” but has done nothing for the past four years but go on fake news outlets to bash Trump as racist.
He began his unhinged rant by claiming that this election was “monumental,” and without faults.
“We’ve just been through an election that was monumental. More Americans turned out than any other election since World War II, maybe even before that in terms of percentage,” Wilkerson began.
“More Americans voted and voted by different methods. States upheld their laws, upheld their precedents, upheld their protocols. They did a good job.”
That’s when he went on to target McConnell’s race.
“Maybe in Kentucky there was a little cheating,” he said without evidence.
“I think the Kentucky race that Mitch McConnell was re-elected in against all percentages that pertained beforehand, and exit polling. And maybe there was something there, but you never look into the Republicans for cheating. And I can tell you that. I’m a Republican.”
His claim that Republicans are never looked into for cheating is absurd.
Maybe he forgot the multi-year Mueller Investigation that was based on a lie and cost American taxpayers $32 million dollars.