‘Morning Joe’ guest worried Trump could void the 2018 mid-term elections – although he could not

GOP pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson is concerned about the possibility of President Trump could become invalid in future elections.

To said a guest on MSNBC the “Morning Joe” oddly enough, on Friday, that you don’t have to do concern the President, Trump can try to invalidate you, to avoid the 2018 midterm elections, a Democratic Congress- – – something the President can really.

Regular co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski were absent, but the Republican pollster and Washington came Examiner columnist Kristen Soltis Anderson more than made up for the extreme anti-Trump rhetoric, MSNBC viewers, to expect from the liberal morning show.

Soltis Anderson said she is concerned that, if the Republicans face huge losses in the year 2018, the President Trump the fear with a Democratic Congress to keep track of the begin impeachment-and the result of a trial on the question of “the validity of elections, period.”

The bizarre theory that paranoia is often represented, on liberal networks, and the statement is even stranger, because it was spoken by a Republican.

You admitted that his theory is “probably”, but compared with the scenario of what occurred in the follow for a special election in Alabama. Doug Jones was the first Democrat in 25 years, was confirmed as the winner of a Senate seat in the state, but his opponent is not yet granted, and even filed a lawsuit urging officials to delay the certification because of “systematic election fraud.”

Soltis Anderson thinks that other Republicans were able to similar tactics, if you have defeated in the midterm elections.

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“When I think that may be a really scary situation, I look at things like what happened with Roy Moore in Alabama, ask, is there a chance that this type of world-view brought is a national of a President, who is liable, he likes to blame other people for things, and like to say, you see, I’m a bigger winner than you ever possibly could have it to be realized,” Soltis Anderson said.

“With Republicans like these, who needs Democrats?”

Media critic Mark Finkelstein on Kristen Soltis Anderson

Soltis Anderson is probably trying to Outdo relate, to discredit results of the election with rhetoric, tweets, and similar tactics, has done what Moore, in Alabama, in contrast to literally discount the results.

Moore’s lawyers filed an election complaint in the Circuit Court of Montgomery, Ala., Jones ” – certification move until the officials conducted a “thorough investigation of possible election fraud,” “improper, the result of this election.”

Moore’s was the request rejected by an Alabama judge, but the controversial Republicans still don’t give up. Soltis Anderson seems to think that if enough Republican candidates claim election fraud after a key loss, delay the left is potentially in control of Congress in November 2018.

Media critic Mark Finkelstein called the Soltis Anderson’s theory of a “paranoid” – fantasy and added, “With Republicans like these, who needs Democrats?”

Soltis Anderson is the author of “The Selfie, vote: Where Millennials Leading America (And How the Republicans Can Keep).” She is also co-founder of Echelon Insights, a research and Analytics company. While Soltis Anderson is worried that Trump may be invalid in the upcoming elections, she is also aware of how popular the President is in certain circles.

Soltis Anderson ‘ s “Morning Joe” appearance coincided with Echelon Insights released to wrap an overview of the year in the news until 2017, which shows that President Trump dominates absolutely Twitter mentions. Trump was mentioned 737,600,959 times more than his closest competitor, Barack Obama.

“Never before has a single online dominated has said-discussion on news, current events and politics, such as Donald Trump,” Soltis Anderson. “If he says that he’s driving the conversation, he is 100 percent correct.”

Brian flood covers the media for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @Brian flood.

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