Fox News editor Chris Stirewalt played a key role in calling Arizona for Joe Biden far before any other network.
He was later fired.
A Fox News editor who was fired after playing a leading role in calling President Joe Bidenâ€™s November election victory in Arizona before any other news network has said that he did not feel vindicated by last weekâ€™s election audit results because the damage has already been done.
Digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt was fired in January after calling the typically red state for Biden earlier than other networks, which reportedly angered former President Donald Trump and his supporters.
In an interview with CNN on Sunday, Stirewalt said he did not feel vindicated by auditâ€™s results because â€œtheyâ€™re doing their damage anyway.â€
â€œThe point of these [audits] is to undermine confidence. Itâ€™s not what the finding is,â€ Stirewalt said. â€œSo I take no satisfaction or pleasure from seeing this outcome that roughly corresponds with the real results. Theyâ€™re doing their damage anyway.â€
He is now testifying in front of the sham Jan 6th panel.
He said he was asked to be part of the panel’s next public hearing. He added “I am not in a position now to tell you what my testimony will be about.
Chris Stirewalt, the former Fox political editor, said Friday that he will be a witness during the House January 6 committee’s next public hearing on Monday.
“I have been called to testify before this committee and will do so on Monday,” he said during an appearance on NewsNation, where he is employed as political editor.
During the NewsNation interview, Stirewalt said, “I am not in a position now to tell you what my testimony will be about.”
The @FoxNews early call of Arizona for Biden was not immediately embraced by the AP, who provided data to the Fox Decision Desk, or Foxâ€™s own on-air analysts, who challenged it.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) June 5, 2022
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