Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Tuesday that while President Trump continues his fight against allegations of widespread voter fraud, Republicans should have seen this coming back in the summer when Democrats and their followers in the media kept pretending that somehow the U.S. Postal Service was under attack.
Despite Democrats cheering on widespread anti-police demonstrations at the time with zero social distancing, they tried to frame it that voting in person would essentially be a death sentence. Sexton said Democrats worked quickly to exaggerate the threat of transmission in order to completely transform the voting process.
“Why do you think [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi and the other libs were going all out with the crazy post office conspiracy over the summer?” Sexton asked.
Democrat newspaper arms like the Los Angeles Times blared headlined, “USPS Mail Dumped at Two Separate Locations in Glendale,” Politico, had a headline, “How Trump’s Attack on the Post Office Could Backfire.”
The L.A. Times ran an article in May titled, “How the Post Office Became a Potent Weapon for Democrats.” The author lede read, “As Democrats hastily rewrite their playbook for the pandemic era, targeting voter anxieties that now include medical testing, corporate bailouts and collapsing supply chains, one chapter is proving unexpectedly resonant. It’s working title could be, ‘Don’t Mess with USPS.’”
Sexton said he blames Republicans “who are supposed to be the ones on guard against blocking this, I blame them for not doing more in advance, for not seeing this train coming down the tracks.”
He said that he remains hopeful that there will be some “last-minute case” that will offer the kind of proof of widespread intentional fraud that would even force a “cowardly judge” to act.
The host said he hopes that every bit of evidence into voter fraud is examined, but Republicans better also be prepared for Joe Biden who will continue to make acceptance speeches.
“As of now, I understand that you’re going to tell me it’s a fraud, and I share your sentiment. I share your outrage. But this is where we are now. I’ve been saying trust the process…the process is not over, but we are taking stock of this today. We have our work cut out for us friends,” Sexton said.