Those of our readers who watched the press briefing heard the tone of those reporters.
Many are uneducated.
Sad to say, but it’s true. The fact of the matter is the electoral college is just one step in a constitutional process, it is neither 100% binding nor the be all end all as these reporters suggest.
In fact Democrats like Hillary Clinton have recently called for the abolition of the electoral college altogether, so it is not exactly enshrined in the minds of career politicians as a sturdy institution.
The fact is President Trump is FAR from done, this fight is FAR from over.
Check it out:
NTD News reported:
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany suggested President Donald Trump will not concede any time soon, saying he is “still involved in ongoing lawsuits” challenging the election.
Monday’s Election College vote is “one step in the constitutional process leading up to the Jan. 20th date,” or Inauguration Day, McEnany said at the White House on Tuesday. “He is still pursuing ongoing litigation for this election,” she said.
Electors in all 50 states cast their votes, with former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) receiving 306 votes to Trump’s 232. However, the Republican parties in several key states such as Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Georgia said their electors cast votes for Trump and Vice President Mike Pence; they said those votes were cast to keep legal challenges open for the president.
Town Hall also reported on McEnany's other comments during the press brief:
Speaking from the Brady Briefing room Tuesday afternoon, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany slammed reporters for a number of false stories surrounding the timing of a Wuhan coronavirus vaccine.
She also went after news outlets, specifically the New York Times, for failing to cover Democrat Representative Eric Swalwell's connection to an alleged Chinese spy named Fang Fang.
"There was no coverage however of Swalwell being the one implicated with not Russia, but China. In fact the New York Times website, as of this morning, had not one result for Eric Swalwell's ties to Chinese spies. Not one result.