Trump Supporters Overrule CNN Reporter In Michigan, Chant CNN Sucks Drowning Out Host During Live Broadcast

A crowd of Trump supporters in Michigan took over a live broadcast with chants of CNN sucks today. They were there to protest the state’s election certification.

Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel sent a letter urging the state to delay certification.

“To simply gloss over these irregularities now without a thorough audit would only foster feelings of distrust among Michigan’s electorate,” she wrote.

But it didn’t work because the Michigan State Board of Canvassers certified the state’s election results a few minutes ago.

The four-member panel voted 3-0 to certify the results with one GOP board member, Norman Shinkle, abstaining.

From The Hill:

The certification triggers the selection of electors who are sent to meet with the rest of the Electoral College on Dec. 14.

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and Michigan Republican Party Chairwoman Laura Cox, who advocated for a delay in certification at Monday’s meeting to, had requested an audit and investigation into alleged voting “irregularities.”

There has been no evidence of widespread voter fraud in Michigan or nationwide, despite the claims of the president and some of his allies.

Trump, who has refused to concede to Biden and falsely claimed he won the election, has mounted efforts in Pennsylvania, Michigan and other states to challenge voting procedures in the courts with no success.

A judge earlier this month rejected a Republican effort to block Wayne County, the state’s largest county, from certifying its election results. The Trump campaign withdrew its final lawsuit in Michigan last week, falsely claiming that the Wayne County Board of Canvassers declined to certify the presidential election results.

Two leaders from Michigan’s GOP legislature faced backlash last week when they traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet with Trump at the White House. Democrats described the meeting as inappropriate and part of a broader effort to undermine the outcome of the election.