According to many media outlets in the US (including CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and the Associated Press), Joe Biden will become the 46th President of the United States.
By | Briand Leda
As soon as the Legacy Media named their candidate, parades in the street quickly emerged in many cities. However, it is important to note that Joe Biden has only been projected as the victor. The winner cannot officially be certified by the media, but rather once all the votes have been counted and signed by every individual state. The GOP (Republican Party) as well as Trump’s campaign have filed lawsuits and called for mandatory recounts and investigation of voter fraud and voter suppression within the swing states. Mandatory recounts will take place and have already been issued by the U.S Supreme Court.
News outlets were quick to dismiss the merit of Trump’s legal action. This is no surprise, as the entire media despises Trump. On the contrary, the Epoch Times, Fox News, and many well known conservative political commentators have reported several various accounts of potential cases of voter fraud. There are widespread rumours of sharpies given to voters that would spoil ballots in Arizona and Texas. There are also reports of physically blocking the window view of the counting area, as well as not allowing associates of the GOP to observe the counting process. The listed above at this point only remain allegations, and the court case for these will demand evidence.
Now, whether or not such reports are true, this without question raises suspicion on the integrity of the American voting system. Trump is within his right to take legal action, and should Joe Biden officially win, there will be no concession until this case is settled. By the time this is released, the case may have already gone underway, and there may be answers.
Have there been records of voting fraud in previous elections? According to The Heritage Foundation, there have been over a thousand proven instances of voter fraud in the country. In some cases, individuals have been convicted of voter fraud, and there have even been cases where judges overturned the results of entire elections. Types of voter fraud have included but are not limited to impersonation, buying votes, ineligible votes, duplicate voting, and even altering the vote count.
Ultimately, this means that America does not above the possibility of voter fraud. And to be required to stay in control of a nationwide tally with over 140 million participants is by no stretch of the imagination a simple task. Not to mention the fact that Trump is one of the most polarizing people on the planet.
Despite the media’s attempts to rush the electoral college and scoff at Republican lawsuits, this election is far from over. The inauguration is still a far 72 days away. These allegations don’t seem to be taken seriously enough, and voter fraud is not out of the question based on precedence. On this day November the 9th, neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden have won the election, states haven’t even completed the counting, (though this may very well change when this article is released) and recounts are inevitable.
This election is not over, the Supreme Court will have a say, and it appears plausible that there may be more protests, riots, and violence on both sides as a result of this mass confusion.