Democrats and the mainstream media continue to insist that former Vice President Joe Biden pulled off a clear victory in the 2020 presidential election against President Donald Trump, but top officials in Trump’s camp seem to be just getting started with regard to expected legal battles challenging the election results.
That was made especially clear by White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany in a recent interview with Just The News, in which she not only expressed optimism that her side would come out on top, but claimed that their legal challenges would likely soon by ruled on by the United States Supreme Court.
“I think at this point, it probably will make its way up to the Supreme Court,” McEnany said while speaking with the host David Brody of Just The News’ “Water Cooler” program this week.
She went on to explain where the legal battles currently stand in the court system while implying that the 2020 election is far from over, pending results of the cases.
“Right now we’re at the district court level. And we will see how they rule in Pennsylvania and on our upcoming lawsuits here in Michigan and elsewhere. And I think it’s really anyone’s guess where this goes,” she said.
McEnany and many more of Trump’s top, inner-circle people are finding it more difficult to get the word out, as the mainstream media has shown that they’re willing to suppress that information as much as they can.
That was especially evident on the otherwise Trump campaign-friendly Fox News this week, when daytime host Neil Cavuto quickly pulled away from a McEnany press update on the current status of Trump’s legal battles, according to Business Insider.
“She’s charging the other side as welcoming fraud and illegal voting. Unless she has more details to back that up, I can’t in good countenance continue to show you this,” Cavuto said as his team ended coverage of the presser.
That move further enraged former loyal Fox News viewers, who continue to slam the network on social media after a series of controversial calls and actions taken by some of the network’s top talent.
That could all change soon, though, if McEnany is correct in her prediction that the election-related legal challenges will make it to the High Court, as networks will then be forced to cover the events as they unfold.