Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Wednesday that President Trump and his legal team’s efforts to investigate allegations of voter fraud is the correct move and said there seems to be enough abnormalities to raise serious concerns.
“A lot of major networks, a lot of Conservatives aren’t even talking about this right now,” Sexton said. He continued, “I say we fight to the last day. I say we fight the last man, the last minute.”
Joe Biden has been called the winner in several key states and the Trump’s legal team’s efforts have hit legal snags in court and journalists that just cannot wait to cozy up to Biden and his dogs.
But Sexton said he believes that the U.S. Supreme Court—if it takes the case—would nullify Gov. Tom Wolf’s certification that Biden was the victor. One of the arguments is that the state’s legislature went against the state’s constitution when it OK’d no-excuse absentee voting due to the threat of COVID-19, CNBC reported.
Sexton said there’s “a very good chance of Pennsylvania results will not be able to be certified, as we currently would believe him to be, because they changed election law and they were not supposed to do that.”
In Michigan, Braden Giacobazzi, one of the poll challengers, said during testimony on Tuesday that he remembered people in a vote-counting room “erupt in thunderous applause and derogatory cheering as Republican poll workers were picked off one by one and ejected from the room by police escort throughout the day.”
Sexton asked why such a scene would unfold and what benefit Giacobazzi would have to lie.
“Republican poll vultures or pushed away so they can’t see but then there’s cheering breaking out when they removed,” Sexton said. He noted that the facility was located in a district that is deeply blue where “the Democrat machine controls everything.”
Sexton has been a critic of Biden and has called him an unremarkable career politician who needed all the help that he could get from his party and the media.
“Now I’m asking you, is bat poll watch are making it up?” Sexton asked. “At a minimum, isn’t it suspicious, isn’t it concerning that this would happen? You say, ‘Well, that’s one person.’ Well, no. there were others who said exactly the same thing . They were there to observe the count and they were made to be so far away that it was impossible for them to observe the count.”