Several Rupert Murdoch-run conservative media outlets in the United States have postponed their news to warn readers and viewers that Donald Trump may have lost the presidential election.
The new messaging appears to be tightly coordinated and includes a call to Mr. Trump to preserve his “legacy” by showing mercy in defeat. The news gets spread across the Fox News, Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post – all of the outlets are eagerly consumed by Mr Trump himself, especially Fox.
A Fox News presenter, Laura Ingraham, a confidante of the President since speaking at the 2016 Republican National Congress, made an astonishing statement that appeared to be addressed to Mr Trump personally, advising him to accept defeat “if and when this happens ”“ grace and serenity ”and appeals to his sense of his own heritage.
Ingraham said in part, “When and when it is time to accept an adverse outcome in this election, and we hope it never comes, but when and when it does, President Trump must do so with the same grace and serenity that he demonstrated the town hall with Savannah Guthrie. So many people noticed his tone and presence. Exactly what he needs.
“Losing now, especially if you think the trial wasn’t fair, is a slap in the face. And by the way, I’m not admitting anything tonight. But to lose when that happens – it’s terrible. However, President Trump’s legacy will only grow in importance if he focuses on moving the country forward. “
The Wall Street Journal published a statement with almost exactly the same message. It is titled “The Presidential Endgame” and subtitled “Trump has the right to fight in court, but he needs evidence to prove electoral fraud.”
“Mr Trump’s legacy is greatly diminished when his final act is a bitter refusal to accept legitimate defeat,” warns the play.
The article opened as follows: “Perhaps it was inevitable that Donald Trump’s re-election campaign would end early in his presidency: the president claimed victory and his furious antagonists denounced him as a potential fascist. The reality is that the US can and will get a normal election result regardless of whether there is any yelling by then.
“Mr. Biden is a leader in enough states to win the presidency, and if those votes survive recounts and legal challenges, he will be the next president.”
Top editors of the New York Post, which was the launch pad for savage and desperate attacks on Joe Biden’s son Hunter prior to the election, have “advised some employees this week to step up their coverage of Trump, the New York Times,” cited to two anonymous employees of the newspaper.
The Times article reads: “On Thursday, Rupert Murdoch’s shabby tabloid, in a sudden U-turn, published two articles in a completely different tone. One accused the president of “making an unsubstantiated claim that political enemies were trying to steal the elections”. The headline on the other hand described Donald Trump Jr. as the “panicked” author of an “unsuspecting tweet.” “
Fox News coverage has also shown little patience with the lies about electoral fraud. Mr Trump is making progress in hopes of overturning the election.
In response to the Trump campaign’s allegation that Republican observers were not allowed to watch the vote count, the Fox correspondent flatly stated, “That’s not true. It is not true. It’s just not true. “–Guardian News and Media
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