Despite President Trump’s 675,000 vote lead in Pennsylvania on Election Day, the Associate Press, Fox News, and other mainstream media outlets announced that Joe Biden won the election on Saturday morning amid accusations of election fraud and vote stealing. Biden has yet to be certified as the winner in any of the states.
According to an AP analysis, Biden won because he got about 75% of the mail-in vote between Wednesday and Friday in Pennsylvania. Biden reportedly won both the electoral college and the popular vote and is the first presidential candidate in history to surpass 74 million votes. Biden reached 290 electoral votes on Saturday morning after The Associated Press called Pennsylvania and Nevada in his favor. AP’s electoral college vote count includes Biden winning Arizona, which other major news networks had yet to declare.
Four years ago, President Donald Trump breached the Democrats’ “blue wall,” narrowly winning Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin — a trio of Great Lakes states that had long served as a bulwark against Republican presidential candidates.
On Saturday, Democrat Joe Biden captured it back — and also won the presidency — after The Associated Press declared the former vice president the winner of his native Pennsylvania at 11:25 a.m. EST.
The AP called the race for Biden, who held a 30,952-vote lead after it determined that the remaining ballots left to be counted would not allow Trump to catch up. The news agency has already declared Biden the winner in both Michigan and Wisconsin.
Under Pennsylvania law, a recount is automatic when the margin between two candidates in a statewide race is less than 0.5 percentage points. Biden’s lead over Trump was on track to stay outside of that margin as final votes are counted.
There are roughly 62,000 mail ballots remaining to be counted. Biden has won the overwhelming majority of mail ballots cast in the state.
Social media critics pointed out that selecting directors based on their skin color, genitalia and sexual preference epitomized the bigotry most “diversity” measures claim to fight. According to the New York Times, 75% of currently-listed Nasdaq companies fall short of the proposed requirements.
Opioids have killed more than 450,000 people over the past two decades. Last week, as part of a sweeping settlement with the DOJ, Purdue Pharma, controlled by the Sackler family, pleaded guilty to three criminal charges.
Anyone diagnosed with Covid-19 using the PCR test should not be required to isolate. Recently, a court in Portugal ruled against a governmental health authority that had illegally confined four people to a hotel this summer.
Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test who was awarded a Nobel Chemistry Prize, said that by using certain protocols for the PCR test, scientists can come up with results they want — he stated, “…with PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody.”
Dr. Magda Havas, Ph.D, performed a study comparing the average number of cases, deaths, and tests for Covid-19 in states with and without 5G. She reported that Covid cases are 95% higher and Covid deaths 126% higher in states with 5G than in states without 5G.
The government in Sao Paolo has already agreed to start importing millions of doses of Sinovac’s jab, despite resistance from the president. Bolsonaro was quoted saying, “I’m telling you, I’m not going to take it. It’s my right.”
The reported purpose of the killing was to stop the nuclear deal with Iran dead in its tracks before president elect Joe Biden comes into office. Tehran long has maintained its nuclear program is peaceful, and the International Atomic Energy Agency says that the “Amad” program ended in 2003.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott, a Republican, announced on Twitter last week that schools have been directed to ask students or parents if they were part of multi-family gatherings. If the answer is yes, he wrote that they will need to “go remote” and quarantine for 14 days or take a Covid test and isolate for 7 days.
The plaintiffs in the lawsuit, represented by Sidney Powell, filed an emergency motion as an election official stated the ballot-counting machines would be reset to zero on Monday, November 30, before performing a recount.
Madeleine Albright famously argued that killing 500,000 Iraqi children was a reasonable foreign-policy move when she was the Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton. Henry Kissinger is known for prolonging the Vietnam War.
Economist Genevieve Briand discovered that, while the number of deaths rose drastically for COVID-19, all other causes declined by about the same number. Briand believes that deaths due to heart diseases, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia have been recategorized as deaths from COVID-19.
Continued shutdowns of schools across the US have caused an alarming decline in learning. Remote virtual learning on computers is not working. Teachers’ unions have lobbied to keep schools closed. Public schools have a radicalizing influence. Homeschooling is on the rise, and that may be the ultimate solution.
A former UK Supreme Court judge’s comments come in the wake of reports that the government is planning to issue ‘freedom passes’ for people who agree to vaccination or twice testing negative for the virus in one week.
Rudy Giuliani said that 1.8-million mail-in ballots were sent out, but 2.5 million were counted. He said that 672,770 votes that were not inspected by anyone were secretly stuffed into the ballot box. A witness described the huge “spikes” in Pennsylvania ballots that went 600,000 to Joe Biden vs 3,200 for Trump.
The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of the a Catholic diocese and Orthodox Jews who were seeking to block New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s limits on attendance at houses of worship.
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Florida’s Attorney General has ordered an investigation into Michael Bloomberg for pledging $16 million to help 32,000 black and Hispanic convicted felons pay off their fines so that their voting rights can be restored in time for the November election. Florida is a crucial battleground state with 29 electoral votes.
The day before the election, a Montgomery County Circuit Court issued an order directing Alabama election officials to preserve all digital ballot images created at polling places. Less than three hours later, the state Supreme Court granted a stay on the order, thus allowing the destruction of the records. Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Ed Packard, the state Administrator of Elections, were behind the request to trash the records. The Department of Homeland Security supported the quick destruction of voting records. This stinks to high heaven.