A crowd of around 200 individuals packed the car park outside of the Maricopa County Election Center in Arizona shouting “Fox News Draws.”
The pro-Donald Trump voters have actually turned versus the network after it made the call for Arizona’s 11 electoral votes to go to Democratic candidate Joe Biden Tuesday night. Many of the protestors demanded entry to the ballot station in what was a tense circumstance as Trump could still potentially win Arizona.
Informal outcomes suggested Trump lost by more than 100,000 votes in Maricopa County, Arizona’s most populated county.
Conservatives and the Trump administration have railed versus Fox News after the network called Arizona for Biden before any other network or news organization.
Trump project senior consultant Jason Miller calling Fox a “complete outlier” in its decision to call Arizona.
He tweeted Wednesday: “We only need 61 percent of the outstanding, uncounted Election Day enacts Arizona to win. These votes are coming from ‘our counties,’ and the 61 percent figure is extremely achievable based on what our other Election Day votes are looking like. Fox News must retract their call immediately.”
One clip doing the round on Twitter shows Gadi Schwartz of MSNBC at scenes of discontent at the M