Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Friday that it is up to President Trump—as commander in chief—to make sure that every legal vote in the U.S. is counted and to “fight this until the end because that is what our election process deserves.”
“There is absolutely fraud that has occurred in this election,” Sexton said. “It’s just a question of scale. Is that enough to change the election or not?”
Sexton pointed out that the president has been under constant attack from the media and Big Tech since he stunned the world and defeated Hillary Clinton. Sexton said that Democrats were quick to contest the veracity of Trump’s 2016 campaign and never stopped.
“We’re merely saying, ‘Well, let’s look at the scale of this,’ because we know it’s happened,” Sexton said. He said that he spoke to someone involved in the Pennsylvania election who told him that he knew of “at least 80 cases of dead people voting in the state so far, and that’s just the ones they found out about.”
Trump has taken to Twitter to criticize the vote-counting process and announced on Twitter early Friday that Democrats are working—“through their actions”—to re-take the Senate. Trump also pointed to allegations that poll watchers were locked out of ballot counting centers in major swing-state cities.
“There is absolutely no legitimate reason why they would not want to have people watching this process, because if its straight, they should be proud of it,” Trump said. “They’re trying, obviously, to commit fraud and there is no question about that.”
Sexton said, once again, Trump finds himself fighting against Biden and the media that wants nothing more than to see him leave the White House after four years of constant attacks on his presidency. He said that the media and Big Tech will do “everything they can” to try and silence voices that speak out in support of Trump.
“Are they going to block me when I point out the dead people have voted?” Sexton asked.
Sexton said that Trump and Republicans need to “fight this until the end because that is what our election process deserves. That is what the full faith of the American people requires…for us to believe that any election going forward is going to be something that we can put our faith into. That’s where we are today.”