Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Tuesday that no matter the outcome of President Trump’s legal challenge of the 2020 presidential election, there will remain the question if it is possible to hold fair elections in the U.S. given the influence that media companies and Big Tech can have over the population.
“They changed the rules of the game or the game was happening in ways that they knew would help one side and they went around the established process for that,” Sexton said. “And these are people who have the left and the Democrats abuse process at every stage in the game.”
Ken Paxton, the attorney general in Texas, announced that the state filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court that aims to invalidate the presidential results in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia. CNBC reported that Paxton claimed in the suit that these states unconstitutionally used “executive fiat or friendly lawsuits” that changed election rules that weakened ballot integrity.
“Any electoral college votes cast by such presidential electors appointed” in the aforementioned states should not be counted, he said.
Officials from these states called Paxton’s suit a publicity stunt.
Sexton has pointed out that Joe Biden was far from the ideal candidate to take on Trump and simply needed all the help he could get from Twitter, Facebook and any number of cable news stations. Biden was behind a deeply unpopular 1994 crime bill, stayed in his basement for most of the campaign and when he sat down for an occasional softball interview, he made gaffes that some said were clear signs of mental decline. (Besides that, he had a son, Hunter, who managed to land a sweat gig on the board of a Ukrainian oil giant while daddy was in the Obama White House.)
Sexton said that he has little interest in being lectured by these Democrats who spent years trying to defame Trump and call him a Russian asset who betrayed America.
Sexton said that all it takes is “one lawsuit in one of these states to finally break through the wall of this absurd election and everything else feels like it will start to fall into place after that.”