Law firms representing Trump challenge withdraw under pressure

Sky News: 'A new form of cancel culture is at work in US presidential election fallout.'

Mordechai Sones ,

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It is clear now that there is one thing the “left-wing agitators and Trump haters” don’t want to hear which is that there may have been mail-in voting fraud, according to Sky News host Alan Jones.

Jones said there is more than a presidential decision at stake in America.

“Democracy is under siege in, of all places, America, the so-called leader of the free world,” he said.

Jones said the Trump haters, such as “Pelosi and co” are arguing, as are their media puppets, for the right thing to be done which is to accept the result and go away.

That, “Trump is some electoral villain, monster, trying to delay the inevitable,” Mr Jones said. “But in the year 2000, as I pointed out, it took 37 days for the legal battle to be sorted out after the 2000 election.

Jones questioned why there is an “unseemly rush now for Biden to declare victory, as Biden himself did last Saturday week”.

“I repeat, if liberty means anything, it means the right to tell people what they don't want to hear”.

Jones also said there is a "new form of cancel culture at work" as some law firms representing Donald Trump's legal push to challenge the vote in many states are withdrawing under phenomenal pressure from online criticism.

"Onslaughts. These Trump haters have launched social media campaigns attacking international law firms who are now backing away from pursing voter fraud law suits," he said.



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