Numerous ‘anomalies’ have arisen in the US presidential election
1. There are three main areas in the fallout of the US presidential election that still “demand answers” and as such, people must think very carefully before they write Donald Trump off, says Sky News host Rowan Dean.
“There are three main areas that demand answers,” Mr Dean said.
“Firstly, you’ve got all the anecdotal evidence of unacceptable and indeed fraudulent behaviour by voting officials; Republican scrutineers being shunted away and so on,” he said.
“Then you’ve got all the whistleblowers”.
Mr Dean said there are still many “statistical implausibilities” to surface from the counting of election votes.
He said the “real villains in the piece” relate to the “highly suspect voting machines and the companies that run them and who they are connected to”.
“The truth will and must prevail in the end, whatever the truth is, and however unbelievable and however uncomfortable that truth may be for many, many people,” he said.
Mr Dean said the mainstream media is now “completely ignoring an erupting Mount Vesuvius of suspicious and illegal voting activity across the US.”
2. Sky News host Rita Panahi says CNN is not the “flavour of the month with the Trump administration”.
It comes after Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani laughed off a question which was asked by a CNN reporter during a recent press conference.
While, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany recently told a CNN reporter, “I don’t call on activists” as she wrapped up her briefing.
“Some have been arguing that perhaps they should have done that for the last four years,” Ms Panahi said.
“It’s a bit too late now to be laughing at them and calling some of the activist journalists ‘activists”.