‘Morning Joe’ guest worried Trump might invalidate 2018 midterm elections – even though he couldn’t


A guest on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” oddly declared Friday that she is worried President Trump would most likely try to invalidate the 2018 midterm elections to avoid a Democratic Congress — something the President can’t if truth be told do. 

Regular co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski were absent, then again Republican pollster and Washington Examiner columnist Kristen Soltis Anderson more than made up for the atypical anti-Trump rhetoric that MSNBC target audience have come to expect from the liberal morning show.

Soltis Anderson mentioned she is worried that if Republicans face massive losses in 2018, President Trump will fear having a Democratic Congress that may begin to pursue impeachment court cases and the result may also be an attempt to question “the validity of elections, period.”

The extraordinary thought demonstrates the paranoia that is ceaselessly depicted on liberal networks and the commentary is even stranger because it was once as soon as uttered by way of a Republican. 

She admitted that her thought isn’t “likely” then again when compared the placement to what has happened in all places the aftermath of a singular election in Alabama. Doug Jones turn into the principle Democrat in 25 years to be confirmed since the winner of a Senate seat inside the state, then again his opponent hasn’t conceded and even filed a lawsuit urging officials to increase certification because of “systematic election fraud.”

Soltis Anderson thinks that other Republicans would possibly simply use equivalent tactics within the match that they’re defeated inside the midterms.

FILE- In this Dec. 11, 2017, file photo, U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks at a campaign rally in Midland City, Ala.  Moore is telling supporters “the battle is not over” in Alabama’s Senate race as he asks for campaign donations and any reports of voting irregularities. Moore in a Friday, Dec. 15, fundraising email asked supporters to contribute to his “election integrity fund” and tell them of any problems at the polls. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File)

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“If I’m thinking of a potentially really scary situation, I look at things like what’s happening with Roy Moore in Alabama, wondering, is there a chance that that sort of worldview gets brought national by a president who is liable, he likes blaming other people for things, and likes claiming, look, I’m a bigger winner than you ever could possibly have realized,” Soltis Anderson mentioned.

“With Republicans like these, who needs Democrats?”

– Media critic Mark Finkelstein on Kristen Soltis Anderson

Soltis Anderson is most likely referring to Trump attempting to discredit election results with rhetoric, tweets and equivalent tactics to what Moore has achieved in Alabama as opposed to in fact discounting the effects. 

Moore’s felony pros filed an election complaint inside the Circuit Court of Montgomery, Ala., to extend Jones’ certification until officials had carried out a “thorough investigation of potential election fraud” that “improperly altered the outcome of this election.”

Moore’s request was once as soon as rejected by way of an Alabama judge then again the controversial Republican however won’t give up. Soltis Anderson seems to thinks that if enough Republican candidates claim voter fraud after a key loss, it will lengthen the left probably taking keep watch over of Congress in November 2018.

Media critic Mark Finkelstein known as Soltis Anderson’s thought a “paranoid” fantasy and added, “With Republicans like these, who needs Democrats?”

Soltis Anderson is author of “The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep Up).” She is also co-founder of Echelon Insights, a research and analytics corporate. While Soltis Anderson is worried that Trump would possibly simply invalidate upcoming elections, she is also conscious about how not unusual the president is especially circles.

Soltis Anderson’s “Morning Joe” glance coincided with Echelon Insights freeing an overview of the 12 months in data to wrap up 2017 which displays that President Trump totally dominated Twitter mentions. Trump was once as soon as mentioned 737,600,959 additional circumstances than his closest competitor, Barack Obama.

“Never has an individual dominated the online discussion about news, current events and politics like Donald Trump,” Soltis Anderson mentioned. “When he says that he is driving the conversation, he is 100 percent right.” 

Brian Flood covers the media for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter at @briansflood.


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