Author: Giselle/Wen Hong
The U.S. election has attracted worldwide attention since voting began on November 3. As Democrats manipulated the Dominion voting system to cheat on demand, and a flood of illegal dead votes, ghost votes, ticket destruction, burning votes and other crimes come to light. Mr. Trump’s will flip over the election. The call to win the election is growing increasingly louder.
Comprehensive foreign media reports in recent days, the author collated a timeline of how many votes President Trump is about to win for your reference.
On November 13th President Trump received a total of 229 After he won 15 electoral votes in North Carolina.
On November 13th to 18th, Georgia audits ballots.
On November 15th to 23th, Wisconsin recount votes.
On November 18th, President Trump will claim three electoral votes in Alaska, bringing a total of 232 votes.
On November 20th, President Trump will win Georgia by 16 electoral votes, bringing a total of 248 votes. On November 14th, President Trump requested the Election Commission to verify the signatures on each postal ballot and leave the signature of voters during the registration process, matching voters and signatures one by one, which has further blocked the fraud loophole that Democrats continues to behave. Earlier, Secretary of State Raffensperger had asked Georgia to conduct an audit recount because of the small gap in the total number of votes won. Considering that a recount could also be a problem of fraud, President Trump proposed to check signatures. As a result, Mr. Trump could take Georgia with no worries.
By November 23, President Trump will have won 20 in Pennsylvania and 16 in Michigan, bringing the total to 284.
The speaker of Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives has called for ballots to be audited by the 20th and Segregated ballot are not counted. Now a Pennsylvania judge has ruled in favor of the Trump campaign, arguing that segregated ballots should not be counted.
Because there are 16 electoral votes in Michigan, has been the hardest hit by the Democratic Party’s frenzied fraud.
On November 30th, President Trump will take 11 electoral votes in Arizona, a total of 295 votes.
In Arizona, the gap between the two is narrowing. As Biden’s illegal vote clears and Trump’s legal vote increases, the gap between Trump and Biden will be tightening. Under Arizona law, a vote gap of less than 0.1 percent would trigger a recount process.
Online news Politico has reported that in Arizona, system data incorrectly showed that 98 percent of Arizona’s votes had been counted, but in fact, only 84 percent had been counted.
On December 1st, President Trump will take ten electoral votes in Wisconsin and six in Nevada, bringing the total to 311.
Wisconsin has now started a recount on November 15th, ending on November 23rd. Sidney Powell, a lawyer for Mr. Trump’s team, said in an interview with Fox News that thousands of Democratic party fake votes would be eliminated because of cheating in the voting system. The gap between the two parties in Wisconsin is just over 20,000, so there is no suspense about Trump winning Wisconsin.
Besides, President Trump’s legal team in Nevada, after gain evidence from an in-depth investigation of postal ballots, made several allegations on the 12th. Point out that Nevada may have serious cheating and fraud such as dead votes and non-residents votes.
If the Trump team’s lawsuit succeeds, winning Nevada’s six votes shouldn’t be a problem. While the state is traditionally blue, there is some uncertainty, but the Trump team has substantial evidence, and as long as there is no problem with the judicial system, Trump has ample chance to win.
On December 2, President Trump will take four votes in New Hampshire, bringing the total to 315.
New Hampshire, in the northeastern United States, was the first to go to the polls on November 3. Democrats currently lead in the state. However, according to Breitbart News Network report on Nov.10, new England’s Democratic strongholds lost the 2020 election by surprise, its strong position has been weakened, including the state legislature turned to red, and Republican ousted two state House speakers.
At the federal level, despite Joe’s. Biden won the state by seven percent points, Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen easily retained her seat, and the two congressional districts remained blue. Still, there was no similar follow-up in the state election.
(The Article only represents author’s own view)