Fox News Star Launches Sickening Attack Against President Trump

( Fox News anchor Eric Shawn launched into a tirade against President Donald Trump on Sunday, claiming that the president was making baseless claims of election fraud in the November presidential election. Shawn appeared completely unaware of the huge amount of evidence suggesting that vote-rigging took place in several battleground states.

Shawn made the comments on the same day that President Trump appeared on Fox with Maria Bartiromo, in which he slammed the election as “rigged” and claimed the Department of Justice and FBI were “missing in action” on the issue of electoral fraud.

Beginning his segment, Shawn suggested the president’s claims of voter fraud were inaccurate and said without evidence that “his campaign has filed to prove any of this in court.”

On Wednesday that same week, the president’s legal team held an hours-long hearing with the Pennsylvania legislature in which dozens of witnesses gave evidence on issues of election interference and misconduct. The day after Shawn’s baseless comments, the same legal team held a hearing in Arizona that lasted more than eight hours, in which even more evidence was provided.

But Shawn doesn’t appear to be convinced.

“In fact, our government, election officials, experts and others – many of them Republican, including Trump appointed officials – say that the president’s claim are false and unsubstantiated,” he said.

Shawn, who has established himself as firmly on the anti-Trump side of the Fox News Network, invited Axios reporters Hans Nichols onto his show to attack the president’s well-substantiated claims of election fraud.

“It seems that we have a president who, he can’t wrap his brain or mind around the fact, he can’t process that someone who he thinks is so inferior to him won the election,” Shawn said.

But Shawn’s attack against the president is unwarranted, given the huge amount of evidence already provided showing that the election was not safe and secure.

The day-long hearing on Monday in Arizona revealed how ballots were counted without Republican watchers being able to monitor them and ensure signatures matched. Expert statisticians also appeared showing evidence of thousands of people who had no legal right to vote, voting in the state.