Democrats ‘almost set the rules’ for the Republican challenge of the US election

Sky News host James Morrow says the Democrats “almost set the rules” for the Republican challenge of the election and their claims of voter-fraud by pushing the Russia hoax and conspiracy at the last election.

His comment comes regarding a 46-minute speech uploaded to social media where Donald Trump claimed the election had been won “illegally.”

President Trump dubbed this speech the “most important” he’s ever given, calling out the alleged voter fraud in the November election.

Mr Morrow said he believes Joe Biden did win the election, but he suspects there may have been some “monkey shines” happening behind the scenes where all the ballots came in all marked for Biden.

“Let’s also remember, four years ago, the Clinton campaign and the democrats spent four years pushing the Russia hoax and the Russia conspiracy, they almost set the rules for this sort of thing.”

He said the best result would be the alleged claims of voter fraud are investigated, further questioning occurs, and if irregularities are detected, they reform the electoral process.

“Because otherwise every four years, America is going to go down this road of the other side, half the country, feeling like they got cheated,” he said.

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