Joe Biden defeats Trump to win US election

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Unhappy438

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And even so, Trump is still the president of EVERY American for another 60-something days. Damn, that must really sting :)

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The long grift: How Donald Trump’s ‘voter fraud’ claims may not be about the 2020 election​



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It’s becoming apparent that if you don’t like Donald Trump’s vocal debasement of our election results, you probably aren’t going to enjoy his next four years.

In fact, when you think about it, maybe this is all part of a long-term Trump grift.

Consider that:

–A new snap poll – yes, they’re polling again – shows that seven of 10 Republicans believes that the election was “stolen” by Joe Biden.



–A finance group is working quietly to approach Newsmax to buy the conservative, conspiracy-theory-filled network as a voice for Trump and Trumpism.

–Despite the consistent failure of Trump campaign lawsuits charging a variety of “fraud” in the elections, Rudy Giuliani, as Trump’s lawyer, is launching more that already have been undercut by Trump’s own Homeland Security folks, even as the campaign walks away from losing arguments about lacking observers to counting, since there were observers.



Indeed, in stories in The New York Times, Politico, The Washington Post and in more conservative websites all underscore similar themes – that what we’re seeing play out in these challenges were long in the planning, kicked in as election counts turned against Trump in Pennsylvania and other states.

Moreover, they note that the current spate of challenges is meant to cement a political base for continuing attacks on U.S. institutions – as well as the Biden presidency.

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This is correct.

Trump declaring that he won the election is therefore premature and completely at odds with what all preliminary data is pointing to.
Its also customary to declare a president elect if the results indicate that there has been an outright winner... and in this case there has been.

So calling Biden the winner is the most logical thing.
 

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The long grift: How Donald Trump’s ‘voter fraud’ claims may not be about the 2020 election​



2016-07-30T011555Z_1_LYNXNPEC6T008_RTROPTP_3_USA-ELECTION-TRUMP-645x430.jpg



It’s becoming apparent that if you don’t like Donald Trump’s vocal debasement of our election results, you probably aren’t going to enjoy his next four years.

In fact, when you think about it, maybe this is all part of a long-term Trump grift.

Consider that:

–A new snap poll – yes, they’re polling again – shows that seven of 10 Republicans believes that the election was “stolen” by Joe Biden.



–A finance group is working quietly to approach Newsmax to buy the conservative, conspiracy-theory-filled network as a voice for Trump and Trumpism.

–Despite the consistent failure of Trump campaign lawsuits charging a variety of “fraud” in the elections, Rudy Giuliani, as Trump’s lawyer, is launching more that already have been undercut by Trump’s own Homeland Security folks, even as the campaign walks away from losing arguments about lacking observers to counting, since there were observers.



Indeed, in stories in The New York Times, Politico, The Washington Post and in more conservative websites all underscore similar themes – that what we’re seeing play out in these challenges were long in the planning, kicked in as election counts turned against Trump in Pennsylvania and other states.

Moreover, they note that the current spate of challenges is meant to cement a political base for continuing attacks on U.S. institutions – as well as the Biden presidency.

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If you want to see Trump in jail then the next couple of years might be great.
 
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