Donald Trump GOES After Chris Wallace’s Career, Calls Him Out

( Former President Donald Trump didn’t hold back about his feelings on Fox News anchor Chris Wallace during an interview with Fox host Maria Bartiromo over the weekend.

In an interview on Sunday Morning Futures, President Trump discussed his lawsuit against left-wing Big Tech social media giants, as well as the ongoing forensic audit of Arizona’s Maricopa County election.

Before he got to eviscerating left-wing “news” anchor Chris Wallace, the former president speculated that the Arizona audit is about to reveal “horrendous” results. The audit is being performed by an independent, third-party auditing company. Specialist methods are being utilized to notice patterns in ballots and to spot fake ballots cast in the election, which could prove that Democrats are entirely wrong when they claim the last election was the most secure in history.

Trump then took a swing at Chris Wallace, the news anchor who buddied up with Joe Biden when he hosted a presidential debate last year, and who has repeatedly dismissed concerns about election integrity as baseless.

“He knows nothing,” Trump said about Wallace.

He joked with Maria Bartiromo that her “friend” Chris Wallace would not allow him to ask a question about money given to the Biden family by the wife of the Mayor of Moscow, dismissing it as “irrelevant.”

He also suggested that Hunter Biden, the recipient of the Russian funds, is now expected to make as much as half a million dollars for paintings set to go up for auction, despite never having painted before.

Because that doesn’t sound sketchy…

It really does make you wonder why Chris Wallace didn’t want him to ask that question, doesn’t it?

While we’re here, it’s worth mentioning that while evidence of election fraud and misconduct already exists in a multitude of states, recent disturbing footage from Georgia shows how dozens of batches of ballots were scanned containing duplicate votes.


If Chris Wallace doesn’t think this is real…then he’s an activist, not a reporter.