President Trump is leading the electoral count 232-227 if contested states facing voter fraud complaints are not yet counted.
The president won two states in the past 24 hours, North Carolina and Alaska, and he’s now ahead in the race if the six states at the center of voter fraud probes are not tallied.
There’s rumors circulating that Trump officials were monitoring the election results in each state for evidence of electronic voter interference which was captured, particularly how Trump votes were “magically” flipped over to Biden.
And, interestingly, Trump, his cabinet and even congressional Republicans are very confident that the president will ultimately win re-election.
Case in point, when asked how his department would handle a transition to the “Biden administration,” Sec. of State Mike Pompeo said it would be a smooth transition to a “second Trump administration” – and Pompeo isn’t exactly known for being overly ballsy.
Additionally, President Trump has been upbeat all week.
WE WILL WIN!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 10, 2020
But, perhaps more importantly, many blue-blood GOP senators, who aren’t exactly fans of President Trump, have taken his side instead of joining Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) to condemn the president for not “conceding the election.”
The fact that President Trump outperformed all expectations by winning over large blocs of minority voters who rarely vote Republican is also making instances of voter fraud all the more evident given that Biden counted on those voters to pull ahead legitimately, which is partly why the DNC wanted Biden as its candidate.
In other words, the gap in legitimate votes between Trump and Biden was so wide that it likely took far more fraud than expected to give Biden the edge.
Of course, the more fraud there is, the more obvious it is.
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