Fox News host Geraldo Rivera called out President Donald Trump to stop attacking the presidential election and labeling it as fraudulent because it could cost the Republican Party the Georgia Senate races and control of the Senate.
Rivera made an appearance on The Story, where he said his messages for the president.
“If people lose faith in Georgia’s electoral system and not show up, then they will be gifting Democrats control of the United States Senate. The stakes are so very high. They are astronomical,” Rivera said. “You know, as a person who has been accused of giving the president too much of the benefit of the doubt, I can’t imagine why the Republican senators aren’t rallying around the Georgia Republicans – the secretary of state and the governor there – and saying that, ‘The system in Georgia will work. You got to vote. Everything is at stake here.’ Rather than attacking the system, not only in Georgia but nationwide, undermines faith in the system, discourages people.”
He continued, “I think that the president is on the wrong course here. I think he has got to take a real gut check between now and Saturday. With all due respect, and you know I love the guy, but enough is enough now.”
He added, “This is the job he has now as the head of the GOP, as the commander-in-chief of the country – he’s gotta rally the voters in Georgia. Control of the Senate is in the balance now. If he allows his personal, you know, annoyance with the secretary of state and Governor Kemp to rule, then I think it’s going to be a devastating loss for the Republican Party.”
The video can be seen here.
It seems that Fox News has gone all-in for Biden.
Over the weekend, host Jedediah Bila said Trump has a “responsibility” to concede Biden’s election.
“With great power comes great responsibility to say ‘You know what’ is done in the process. This is the verdict. Let’s move on,’” Bila said. “That’s going to be up to him. A lot of supporters look to him for that guidance, (and) I think they’re reacting that way because of what he is saying.”
“[With] everything brought to the table, is a large segment of the population going to believe it was stolen or rigged simply because the president is saying so? So at some point, it’s gonna be incumbent upon him. It’s gonna fall on him,” Bila added. She talked about the recent polls that show a large number of voters believe that the election was stolen from Trump.