In the wake of his dismissal from Fox News last year, a former political editor who called Arizona for Joe Biden on the night of the 2020 election confirmed on Friday that he would appear before a House election committee on Monday to testify about last year’s pro-Trump protests. Capital
Chris Stearwalt, political editor of the News Nation Cable Network, declined to comment on the evidence.
Steerwalt’s announcement comes on January 6, 2021, the day after the committee’s first public hearing, the day of the uprising, where the committee continues to push for the statement that hundreds of supporters of then-President Donald Trump smashed doors and windows in Capitol to seal the storm and ensure Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election. Hinders Congress.
The next hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, after which five more sessions are planned. The hearing was not broadcast live on Fox News on Thursday night, as it was on other news and broadcast networks. Instead, Fox aired two hours of commercial-free programming from right-wing commentators Tucker Carlson and Shawn Hannity, who called the hearing “propaganda.”
When the hearing was shown live on Fox News, Carlson and others shouted about it, and the camera often focused on viewers instead of footage of the Capitol attack. During the hearing, the committee produced a post-riot “playbook” for Trump and showed Hannity’s messages to then-White House press secretary Kayleh McKenny.
After the political bureau of Fox News announced Arizona for Biden in November 2020, Stearwalt was punished by Trump and his fans. Because the state recently voted Republican presidential candidates, the decision shocked the political world and promised Trump a loss in 2020.
In January 2021, Styrewalt was fired. According to Rupert Murdoch, Fox News’ original business owner, the removal of Stearwalt “had nothing to do with the right Arizona call at the Fox decision desk.”
Stirwalt says the media has helped spread the “hype man” lie that Trump’s election was rigged after Fox fired him without identifying Fox News.
In an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, he said, “The people’s rights revolt against the 2020 election results was partly an ugly one, with political operators and their hypemen in the media trying to steal the election or at least make a fortune.” Election theft. “However, it was a tragic consequence of the country’s severe data malnutrition.”
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