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President Trump has maintained that he will continue to challenge the outcome of the 2020 presidential elections after allegations of widespread voter fraud and counting irregularities which have emerged in ballot-counting centers in key swing states.
The election between President Trump and Joe Biden, his Democrat opponent, was razor-thin in states like Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina, Arizona, and Nevada. Even if Biden, who is seen as a moderate in a party shifting farther left, ends up being certified the winner, political observers say the victory was far from a public rebuke of Trump’s last four years.
The Associated Press pointed out that shortly after the race was called for Biden, Trump came out with his own statement that read, “Beginning Monday, our campaign will start prosecuting our case in court to ensure election laws were fully upheld and the rightful winner is seated.”
That effort could take the Trump campaign to the Supreme Court. Justice Samuel Alito, who was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2005, signed an order that forced the Pennsylvania election boards to separately count mail ballots obtained after 3 November.
The court rejected the Republican effort to get the state to stop counting ballots until there is more transparency. The Hill reported this case would only affect the national election if Trump’s success hinged on Pennsylvania, nicknamed the “Keystone State.”
The AP reported that, unlike Bush vs. Gore in 2000, Trump would theoretically be fighting over several states. The report said Chief Justice John Roberts has shown an unwillingness in the past to mingle the High Court with political disputes. Thus far, President Trump’s claims of widespread election fraud have been unsubstantiated.
Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal attorney, vowed to file a lawsuit in Pennsylvania over allegedly not being allowed to “inspect if a single one of those ballots is legitimate.”
“That is unheard of, it’s illegal, it’s unconstitutional, and we will bring an action challenging that.”
The former New York City mayor held a press conference, joined by three Republican poll watchers who all claim they were kept out of the counting room. Some of the questions raised is why down-ballot Democrats in these cities did not see the same support that Biden benefited from, so these voters were just checking off the presidential column on their ballots, which is seen as unusual.
Professor Kevin MacDonald wrote in the Occidental Observer there is “a huge uncertainty about how the election will turn out.” He wrote that when he went to bed on election night, it seemed Trump was overperforming across the U.S., winning more support from Latinos and African-Americans than any Republican president in history.
But then he woke up and saw every race tighten. Professor McDonald blamed what he said appears to have been “massive fraud – unprecedented stopping of vote counting on Tuesday night, vote-dumps in the middle of the night in Wisconsin and Michigan in which 100% of the votes went to Biden.”
“The folks who firmly believe that Putin rigged the 2016 election and studiously ignore how supposedly neutral platforms like Google, Twitter and Facebook have tilted their coverage in favor of the Democrats, now would have us believe that Democrats would not do anything to cheat,” he wrote.
President Trump said in a statement, “We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to help him: They don’t want the truth to be exposed. The simple fact is this election is far from over.”
The disgraced former Illinois governor, Rod Blagojevich, told Newsmax TV that election fraud is a serious problem in these Democrat-controlled cities.
“I don’t think it’s just confined to Philadelphia,” he told the station. “Coming out of the Democratic Chicago political establishment, I know how they operate. It’s a time-honored tradition.”
He said one of the tactics employed is stopping the vote counts when it appeared your favored candidate is lagging.
“They just want to be Donald Trump at all costs,” Blagojevich said. He called the current situation a critical moment in the nation’s history.
Pro-Trump protests have broken out across the U.S. after the media announced the Biden victory. One of the protests emerged outside Michigan’s state capitol in Lansing. Signs read, “It’s not over” and protesters chanted, “We won!”
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: In last week’s Trends Journal, I forecast that against all the odds and despite the polls giving Joe Biden a 10-point lead, either President Trump would win the race for the White House or the election would be “too close to call.” 
Subsequently, in my “Trends in The News” video broadcasts last week, I had forecast numerous lawsuits would be filed by the Trump administration, and the race would finally be decided by the United States’ Supreme Court.
Now, with each passing day, there are new accusations of voter fraud committed in Democrat-controlled swing states where President Trump had large leads but then lost them to Joe Biden.

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