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Hot mic catches Fox News anchor’s stunned response to guest criticizing media calling election for Joe Biden

A Fox News anchor was caught on a hot mic offering a stunned response to a guest who questioned the media calling the presidential election for former Vice President Joe Biden.

Anchor Sandra Smith appeared not to realize she was still on the screen as she mocked her guest on her morning show, “American’s Newsroom.”

“I think everybody wants to know that this was done properly and legally and we can trust the results,” said attorney Cleta Mitchell.

“And I think we have to look into every one of these concerns. Remember, just because CNN says, or even Fox News says that somebody’s president doesn’t make them president,” Mitchell said.

“What?” Smith asked.

“What is happening? Like, Trace, we’ve called it,” she said, referring to co-anchor Trace Gallagher, who was interviewing Mitchell.

Video of the comment was circulated widely on social media:

That version of the video garnered over 2 million views on Monday.

Mitchell later responded on her Twitter account to the condescending response by Smith.

“Sandra Smith thinks FoxNews calling the election means Biden is President,” tweeted Mitchell.

“Forget that pesky Constitution… happy to be considered a nut job because I believe in the rule of law,” she concluded.

Critics used the video to further pummel Fox News for what many said was a premature call for Biden winning the state of Arizona. Many Trump supporters have sworn of the network in favor of other news outlets. Fox News has stood by its call on Arizona, according to veteran journalist Chris Wallace.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said in a speech on the Senate floor Monday that the president had every right to litigate his concerns of the election and that the corporate media had no constitutional authority to call the election.

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Hundreds of Trump supporters chant ‘four more years’ at protest in Arizona Capitol as election count continues

Dozens of pro-Trump protesters marched outside the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix after tension arose over the results from the presidential election.

Reporter Justin Lum of KSAZ-TV posted video of the peaceful demonstration on Wednesday.

Trump supporters waved American flags and Trump campaign signs while chanting “four more years,” in support of the re-election campaign.

Other video showed them chanting “shame on Fox!” which could have been in reference to controversy over the Fox News channel declaring Arizona a victory for Joe Biden.

Protesters then marched to the Maricopa County Recorder’s building where officials were still counting the ballots from the election.

Outside the building, speakers encouraged Trump supporters and mocked the media.


Image Source: YouTube screenshot

Police officers guarded the front of the building to keep protesters out.

CNN’s senior national correspondent Kyung Lah said that some of the protesters were speaking about the “sharpiegate” controversy where Trump supporters were accusing poll workers of cancelling their votes.

Reporter Briana Whitney of KPHO-TV described the protesters as an “extremist group,” without noting that at one point the entire group gathered in quiet prayer in order to seek after God’s plan whether or not Trump won the presidency.

At about the same time of the protests, Arizona officials released updated numbers of the vote count showing that Trump had gained on the advantage reported for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. The updated numbers showed Biden only had 79,173 votes above Trump, down from his previously reported gap of 92,817 votes.

Steve Cortes, a senior Trump campaign official, argued that of the outstanding 605,000 votes in Arizona, the president should only have to garner 58% of those votes to win over Biden.

Another update from Arizona’s election was expected on Wednesday evening.

Here’s a livestream media about the protest:


Phoenix, AZ Vote Fraud Protest

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