Election Officials Stall Calling Trump Victory
Election day has come and gone. It was an intense day of back and forth results. We all want to know who won; unfortunately, an official result does not yet exist. A handful of states suspended counting last night, and they are all key swing states that will ultimately determine the winner. Every single state, except for Wisconsin (that still has hundreds of thousands of outstanding mail-in votes), could call the election tonight. If they did, President Trump would be the clear winner. Instead, election officials in these states are stalling, and we all know why.
Before we get deep into the details of what happened last night, let’s remember something important. This is perhaps the second biggest story of the election, aside from who actually won: Pollsters were WAY off across the country. We were told by virtually every major poll group, all of big tech and every major media outlet that Joe Biden was a 10-point favorite. He was a shoe in for the win. They said he had roughly triple the chance of winning as compared to Hillary Clinton in 2016. They said the results wouldn’t even be close.
Instead, as of this morning the vast majority of votes have been counted, and Biden is up two points in the national popular vote. The pollsters and media were off by a factor of nine. If they were engineers, that margin of error would have killed them and all of their loved ones.
Tucker Carlson said last night that a lot of these pollsters deserve to be fired for getting the polls so wrong. The results were so skewed towards Biden that it makes you wonder if these pollsters were just predicting what they hoped would happen versus reality.
With that said, let’s look at the results. The race is extremely close. Counting officially stopped for the night. There were seven states that were not yet called: Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. When counting stopped, Nevada and Arizona were favoring Biden, and the rest were favoring President Trump.
In reality, five states will determine the final outcome: Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. As of this morning, President Trump had a solid lead in four out of the five states (Wisconsin vote tally has Biden with a slight edge in the state). In Pennsylvania, President Trump has a WHOPPING 14-point lead. Election officials stopped counting in all of those states last night. It’s worth noting that all of the election officials who made these decisions were Democrats. You can decide for yourself why they took this route.
Eventually, the final tallies will be in for all of these states. In order to win, President Trump needs four out of five of them. If Biden can flip any two, he will be the next president. While that sounds scary, President Trump is leading in each state. He only has a two-point lead in Georgia, but 95 percent of the votes have been counted. Biden would have to win 80 percent of the remaining votes to flip the state.
Here’s our prediction: President Trump will be the winner of the election. The official word is that it is too close to call, but its looking really good right now if you are a Trump supporter.
There is only one way Biden flips all five states, and that is election fraud. In fact, President Trump remarked on this right before he called it a night last night. He vowed to fight any and all election fraud to the bitter end. His lawyers are already working on lawsuits that he will present to the Supreme Court later this week, perhaps as early as tomorrow.
President Trump has effectively won the election. The Democrats are stalling, desperately searching for a final way to cheat. As long as the Democrats don’t pull some last minute magic trick and discovered a box full of Biden votes we will get four more years with President Trump.