How likely is it that voter fraud occurred in Pennsylvania? | Election 2020 President Donald Trump has vowed to sue Pennsylvania in federal court, claiming that there was voter fraud here in Philadelphia and in Pittsburgh. Biden won ...
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Republicans don't miss a trick. Their guy went down to defeat on Nov. 3, with about 5 million more Americans picking Democrat Joe Biden over GOP standard bearer Donald Trump.
Vote counts from the states also put Biden over the 270-vote threshold he needed to win the presidency in the Electoral College.
Sounds like Biden won. Sounds like he will be sworn in on Jan. 20 as the 46 president of the United States, the bastion of democracy in the world, and a trend-setter for free and fair elections.
Not so fast. Slick, sharp-tongued GOP politicians see the world differently. These pols, who usually stand charged with using voter suppression tactics to hold on to power, are converts to the election integrity movement.
They see election flaws, separate and unequal application of election standards and outright corruption spreading across the land faster than the deadly, novel Coronavirus.
Rep. Jim Jordan gives voice to these concerns during regular national television appearances.
Republican politicians, intent on pleasing the Trump base and the president, are falling over themselves to echo this reality.
Rep. Matt Gaetz, a rabid Trump supporter from Florida, even upped the ante in a move the MSM and the Democratic Party should not ignore. He has called for election audits in the states and a delay in certifying the vote.
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