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• Saturday, 19 December, 2020
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Chattanooga Times Free Press · 5 days ago President Donald Trump pleaded Saturday with Georgia's election chief to overturn Joe Biden's win in... The Telegraph via Yahoo News · 6 days ago Donald Trump put pressure on Georgia’s Secretary of State to overturn Joe Biden’s victory, it has...

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The Telegraph via Yahoo News · 6 days ago Donald Trump put pressure on Georgia’s Secretary of State to overturn Joe Biden’s victory, it has... ABC 7 El Paso · 5 days ago Nancy Pelosi has been narrowly reelected Sunday as speaker, giving her the reins of Democrats’...

Unlike Trump, Romney (R-Utah) came from a background rooted in public service and the expectations of holding office. Romney didn’t command a fervent cadre of supporters who took his every word and inclination as gospel.

Romney didn’t build political power by telling people what they wanted to hear and by constantly redirecting anger at his opponents. Romney wasn’t the Republican nominee in 2012 because he was surrounded by sycophants eager to rationalize and excuse even his wildest theories and efforts.

The sitting president insists he won an election by a “landslide” that he lost by 7 million votes, with his allies in conservative media and congressional Republican caucuses nodding along, records feasting on money and power as Trump devours his supporters. Trump has said few things about the 2020 presidential contest that are true and has repeatedly made claims even after he’s been presented with evidence that they are false.

Those in Congress who were enacting Trump's futile strategy of objecting to the counting of state-submitted electoral votes, Romney said, “have claimed they are doing so on behalf of the voters. “No congressional led audit will ever convince those voters, particularly when the president will continue to claim that the election was stolen.

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Matthew Hertz, a fellow at Media Matters, documented the slow capillary spread of the theory. It popped up on Lou Dobbs’s show on Fox Business, then was raised by former Alaska governor Sarah Pain on Fox News proper.

A Tucker Carlson guest offered it up, as did Trump ’s most loyal attack dog, Sean Hannity. All of that happened before Romney spoke, but the theory continued to trickle out on Laura Ingraham ’s show, repeatedly, in the following hour.

Over at the House, though, it was full speed ahead, with the chamber’s rowdy pro- Trump right jockeying to get a coveted clip into Fox News ’s rotation. Gaeta cited “pretty compelling evidence from a facial recognition company” that purportedly showed that “some people who breached the Capitol today were not Trump supporters.

The genesis of Gaeta’s claim (and, presumably, most of those who made similar ones on Fox News) was a report from the right-wing Washington Times based on information it had received from “a retired military officer.” That person reportedly received information from a company called Division, which cited three people from the crowd, two of whom purportedly matched “two Philadelphia antifa members” and the third of whom “shows up at climate and Black Lives Matter protests in the West.” These two guys are now a rationalization for waving away any notion that maybe Trump ’s delusional claims played a role in the worst threat to the Capitol since Sept. 11, 2001.

Gaeta, an elected official, is doing precisely what Romney suggested a leader shouldn’t do, offering reassuring misinformation to Trump ’s base instead of accepting the unpleasant reality that their collective side bears blame for the incidents of the day. At worst, Gaeta and Fox are providing political cover for a violent attempt to foment an insurrection.

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At best, they’re reducing the political cost of ignoring what happened on Wednesday at the Capitol and, in doing so, making it more likely that such an event might occur again. It’s far easier for Gaeta and Sean Hannity to propose that the day’s descent was a function of the left than of their own long-standing willingness to give Trump free rein to do what he wants.

Washington Examiner · 3 days ago Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger received death threats over his handling of... From initially claiming that COVID-19 was basically just the flu, to touting hydroxychloroquine as a remedy without any compelling scientific evidence for the claim, to amplifying the president’s sneering disdain for masks, state and regional shutdowns, and his own administration’s health experts, Fox News personalities speaking to the network’s vast and elderly audience have surely helped make the pandemic worse than it otherwise might have been.

By 9 a.m. Friday, after watching Fox & Friends, I had my answer: by pandering to the president, incessantly referencing hydroxychloroquine, and somehow still finding a way to make the story about Joe Biden, the Democrats, and the sickos in the liberal media. Trump ’s diagnosis was the only story that Fox & Friends covered on Friday, but the potential leadership vacuum left by an ill executive was hardly on the anchors’ minds.

After noting that the president’s case of COVID-19 appeared mild, citing a statement from Trump ’s personal physician, co-host Steve Dewey came around to the real story: “It is unclear whether Joe Biden even knows this has happened yet, because famously, out on the trail, he has said a number of times, ‘I get up at 8.’ You got to wonder whether his aides woke him up early to tell him the news.” No statement, no Twitter.” Even now, the message was that slug abed Biden is hardly a match for our vigorous president, who gets up with the crows (to spend many, many hours watching morning television each day).

Later, we heard from Dr. Santa Ahmed, from NYU Lang one Medical Center, who advocated blasting the president with remdesivir while also noting that Trump is “constitutionally incredibly strong. At the top of the 7 a.m. hour, Dewey recapped the headlines for viewers who were just tuning in and reiterated that “we do not know at almost 7 Eastern time whether Joe Biden has been told that the president tested positive for COVID-19.

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You know, the president and first lady sent out tweets in the 1 a.m. hour, and Joe Biden has famously said out on the campaign trail that he doesn’t get up until 8 in the morning. Fox & Friends is the president’s favorite show, in part because the three hosts spend much of each program talking directly to him.

The synergy loop between Trump and the show’s three hosts has been well documented, and the stories on any given episode of Fox & Friends can set the president’s Twitter agenda for hours thereafter. At one point on Friday, Dewey and Earhart also lobbied hard for a check-in call from the program’s most famous viewer.

“I wouldn’t be surprised, though, if the president did phone in something today or put something else on Twitter,” said Earhart. Such affected incredulity over the mainstream media’s purportedly unfair treatment of Trump was a theme throughout the morning.

Germ truther Pete Health echoed Hemingway soon thereafter, shaking his head at the gall of those people who have expressed schadenfreude on Twitter. Chris Wallace, who came on the show in the 8 a.m. hour, had a different stance on the mask matter.

Geraldo Rivera also fits into this “loose cannon” category, and as soon as he came on Fox & Friends Friday morning, he noted that,“politically, there will be scorn heaped on the president, as soon as he is out of danger, about his cavalier attitude toward masks.” Rivera then essentially decided to speak directly to the president. “Geraldo, you’ve got it wrong,” Limeade said, creating a little angel-devil dichotomy jockeying for position in Trump ’s eardrums.

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Jordan reminded everyone of the real issue here: Joe Biden’s ongoing silence on Donald Trump ’s COVID-19 diagnosis. I think he gets up, has a cup of coffee, and then calls it a day.” The president might have COVID-19, but Joe Biden is a lazy bum.

By the time the Friends were ready to sign off for the day, the narrative they’d been peddling had taken a turn. Dewey noted that, according to the New York Times, “the president is said to have minor symptoms,” meaning that he was not actually asymptomatic, as had been the program’s assumption.

Still, Limeade hastened to praise the president’s preternaturally robust immune system, noting that Trump “hasn’t had a cold” since entering politics several years ago. I have every feeling of optimism that he is going to get through this just fine.” Just like every morning, from their mouths to Trump ’s ears.

Unlike Trump, Romney (R-Utah) came from a background rooted in public service and the expectations of holding office. Romney didn’t command a fervent cadre of supporters who took his every word and inclination as gospel.

Romney didn’t build political power by telling people what they wanted to hear and by constantly redirecting anger at his opponents. Romney wasn’t the Republican nominee in 2012 because he was surrounded by sycophants eager to rationalize and excuse even his wildest theories and efforts.

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The sitting president insists he won an election by a “landslide” that he lost by 7 million votes, with his allies in conservative media and congressional Republican caucuses nodding along, records feasting on money and power as Trump devours his supporters. Trump has said few things about the 2020 presidential contest that are true and has repeatedly made claims even after he’s been presented with evidence that they are false.

Those in Congress who were enacting Trump's futile strategy of objecting to the counting of state-submitted electoral votes, Romney said, “have claimed they are doing so on behalf of the voters. “No congressional led audit will ever convince those voters, particularly when the president will continue to claim that the election was stolen.

Matthew Hertz, a fellow at Media Matters, documented the slow capillary spread of the theory. It popped up on Lou Dobbs’s show on Fox Business, then was raised by former Alaska governor Sarah Pain on Fox News proper.

A Tucker Carlson guest offered it up, as did Trump ’s most loyal attack dog, Sean Hannity. All of that happened before Romney spoke, but the theory continued to trickle out on Laura Ingraham ’s show, repeatedly, in the following hour.

Over at the House, though, it was full speed ahead, with the chamber’s rowdy pro- Trump right jockeying to get a coveted clip into Fox News ’s rotation. Gaeta cited “pretty compelling evidence from a facial recognition company” that purportedly showed that “some people who breached the Capitol today were not Trump supporters.

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The genesis of Gaeta’s claim (and, presumably, most of those who made similar ones on Fox News) was a report from the right-wing Washington Times based on information it had received from “a retired military officer.” That person reportedly received information from a company called Division, which cited three people from the crowd, two of whom purportedly matched “two Philadelphia antifa members” and the third of whom “shows up at climate and Black Lives Matter protests in the West.” These two guys are now a rationalization for waving away any notion that maybe Trump ’s delusional claims played a role in the worst threat to the Capitol since Sept. 11, 2001.

Gaeta, an elected official, is doing precisely what Romney suggested a leader shouldn’t do, offering reassuring misinformation to Trump ’s base instead of accepting the unpleasant reality that their collective side bears blame for the incidents of the day. At worst, Gaeta and Fox are providing political cover for a violent attempt to foment an insurrection.

At best, they’re reducing the political cost of ignoring what happened on Wednesday at the Capitol and, in doing so, making it more likely that such an event might occur again. It’s far easier for Gaeta and Sean Hannity to propose that the day’s descent was a function of the left than of their own long-standing willingness to give Trump free rein to do what he wants.

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