Wednesday, November 4, 2020

The Democrats used Covid as a way to change the election voting process. Now you see why.

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President Donald Trump, addressing the uncertain election results early Wednesday morning, reminded the nation that he had predicted a contested result since Democrats had begun urging states to send mail-in ballots to millions of voters. Trump was leading in several key battleground states that had not reported final results because they were waiting to count absentee and mail-in ballots. In Arizona, Trump was trailing at the time he spoke, because Election Day votes had not yet been counted, while mail-in votes had. The Trump campaign insisted that it could still win Arizona and pushed back against Fox News, which had called the state for Democrat Joe Biden. Trump spoke in the East Room of the White House shortly after 2:00 a.m. EST, saying that he had anticipated the exact scenario that had unfolded. “They knew they couldn’t win,” he said, “so they said let’s go to court. “And did I predict this, Newt [Gingrich]? Did i say this? “I’ve been saying this from the day I heard they were going to send out tens of millions of ballots. I said exactly — because either they were going to win, or if they didn’t win, they’ll take us to court.” Democrats had urged states to adopt vote-by-mail, ostensibly to prevent the risk of coronavirus transmutation in polling places. However, many of those states that had never used mail-in ballots on a large scale before suffered logistical problems in primary elections. Other states with existing vote-by-mail systems sent ballots to registered voters, whether they were requested or not, leading to some ballots being delivered to incorrect addresses, and many others being disqualified. A review of Trump’s tweets about vote-by-mail suggests that the president was largely correct — he did predict the problem.

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President Donald Trump’s campaign detailed Wednesday their path to victory in the election as the president clung to slim margins in important swing states. “If we count all legally cast ballots, we believe the president will win,” Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien said in a phone call with reporters on Wednesday. The path to victory, Stepien said, included Nevada, where the campaign expected Trump to win by 5,500, would win Arizona by 30,000 votes, and would win Pennsylvania by 40,000. The campaign said they expected to continue maintaining their lead in Georgia and that the slim margin in Wisconsin put the state within the likelihood of a recount. “We want to make sure all the legally cast ballots are counted, we also want to make sure that illegally ballots are not counted,” Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller said. Stepien outlined the math in Pennsylvania, noting they predicted Biden would win the remaining ballots to be counted in Philadelphia with a 95/5 percent split. They estimated the rest of the ballots in the state would split 70/30 in Biden’s favor, still putting Trump with a win by 40,000 votes in the commonwealth. “We know there are a number of pro-Trump, Trump country type counties with a lot of ballots still to be counted,” he said. He said their election prediction was based on conservative estimates, signaling confidence. “This is a math equation. When we count the remaining ballots in a legal fashion, apply realistic and conservative estimates to those remaining ballots, the President can win, the President will win.”

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