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Brian Stelter Slams Lara Trump For Declaring Trump Voters Don’t ‘Feel’ That He Lost

CNN host Brian Stelter took down Lara Trump Sunday for complaining that the individuals who voted for her father-in-law, President Donald Trump, don’t “feel” that the presidential election’s outcomes are correct.

 “Feel?” Stelter mentioned on CNN’s “Reliable Sources.” “Facts do not care about your feelings.”

“That’s what conservative commentator Ben Shapiro famously said several years ago. And it’s still true today. The facts are the facts. [President-elect Joe] Biden’s win is being certified.”

He additionally pointed to Lara Trump’s argument that each Donald Trump voter ― slightly below 74 million individuals ― is in settlement.

“Not every Trump voter [is]. But 77% of Americans who backed Trump did tell pollsters from Monmouth that they believe voter fraud tipped the scales for Biden,” Stelter mentioned.

“This conspiracy crap is just like Trump’s anti-media ‘enemy of the people’ smear. It’s a slow-acting poison that is crippling the American body politic.”

Lara Trump, who served as an adviser to her father-in-law’s reelection marketing campaign, pushed her unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud and a rigged election on Fox News earlier Sunday.

The community has given Donald Trump’s surrogates airtime to spout misinformation and claims of electoral fraud which have already been debunked by bipartisan senior election officers.

Donald Trump, his allies and authorized workforce are combating to overturn the outcomes of the election with a collection of long-shot lawsuits and a stream of baseless conspiracy theories about widespread voter fraud after the president spent months eroding belief within the democratic course of forward of Election Day.

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