Fox News Host Admits The Media Does Not Call Elections

Fox News Channel host Jeanine Pirro is saying what the rest of Fox needs to say — that it’s perfectly acceptable and patriotic to make efforts to ensure the election was carried correctly and that all, and only, legal votes are counted.

“The most important part of democracy is to do it correctly,” said Pirro. “Most important question tonight is, did we in 2020?”

Pirro noted that due diligence “demands” a vigilant inquiry into the truth of who was rightly elected:

America will either go one way or the other. And so it not only requires but demands all due diligence be exercised in this highly contested presidential election.

There is both an ethical and the legal obligation to the 73 million Americans, the highest number ever to vote for a sitting President to assure them that every legal vote is counted and not diluted in any way.

Wouldn’t that be something we’d all want? Our democratic system is the path and the process used to achieve the fundamental right of one man, one vote. There are, however, several steps before this election can be called. The media does not call an election.

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