The news media have prematurely anointed Democrat Joe Biden as the President-Elect, but
as Rudy Giuliani, Newt Gingrich and Raheem Kassam of The National Pulse have explained, Joe Biden has by no means won the election.
As Newt explained, the media don’t decide elections. Votes are still being counted. According to The Associated Press, four states (Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin) are within 1 percent. No recounts have started, and challenges (which will ultimately play out) are being ignored.
This has been astounding to watch, said the former Speaker of the House.
"Democrats hide the evidence and then turn to you and say you have no evidence,” noted Newt. "Magically at almost exactly the same moment on election night that a series of key states quit counting, almost as though they were coordinating what they were doing."
Newt explained when he went to bed Trump was winning, but when got up in the morning, he saw that hundreds of thousands of ballots suddenly appeared, almost all of them for Biden. “Now, you can rationalize that development however you want, but at the least it’s suspicious and worthy of further investigation,” concluded Gingrich.
On last week’s episode of his podcast, “Newt’s World,” he discuss why we need to be pushing for further investigation and not give up simply because the elites tell us to be quiet.
As Newt explained:
The Democrats and the media are going to say that, even though all the votes haven’t been counted, President Trump owes it to the country to cave, accept defeat, and walk off. Some will also say that we don’t need to do any recounts.
There are a large number of what I call accommodationist Republicans who always believe it’s their job to side with the Democrats and the news media when things get too tough and when the elites really put the pressure on them. Because after all, their main goal is to be liked and go to nice cocktail parties, not to do right by the country.
These accommodationist Republicans will say they don’t like the president talking about fraud, vote theft, or corruption. They don’t want to look at the data and the growing evidence that something is clearly amiss in places like Detroit, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
Speaking of data, Mr. Kassam posted two reports, providing over 10 pages of statistical analysis of raw Pennsylvania voter data, that appear to signal election irregularities – virtually all boosting Biden’s vote count in the critical state.
In Philadelphia, said Kassam, the likelihood of the city’s voting outcome is as likely as someone flipping a coin 100 times and landing on heads every time.
Indeed, Biden bizarrely beat Barack Obama’s popular vote record, receiving tens of thousands of more votes than registered Democrats in at least 10 counties.
“The votes for Biden are unusually high for ten counties, reporting an excess of ~244,000 votes in excess of expectation. These deviations are legitimate reasons to insist on closely monitored recounts,” the report notes.
The other report posted on The National Pulse reaches similar conclusions, specifically concerning the counties Montgomery, Chester, Cumberland, and Pike.
Biden also soared in three predominately R counties, by 1.24 to 1.43 times greater than either Obama run or Hillary. This is a likely absurd result – that Biden would get that much more in these almost 50-50 D/R counties.
Another point of summary from the report is the estimated percentage of how many registered Democratic voters voted for Biden – a nearly impossible 115%. Typically, the number hovers around 70% in national elections:
Normally 70%± of PA registered voters vote in a national election. After elimination of Allegheny County, 115% of PA registered Democratic voters voted for Biden. That is a serious statistical aberration concluded the report’s statisticians.
Per data provided by the state of Pennsylvania, an exorbitant number of individuals cast ballots, only voting for the president. Analysis reveals this phenomenon occurred exponentially more with Biden voters.
“Another way to track down fraudulent votes is to look closely at how many of the votes did little or no down-ticket voting. When manufacturing votes, it is too time consuming to vote for other office holders,” the report notes.
For example, the number was more than double in Arizona and, at maximum, more than triple in Michigan and in Pennsylvania, it was slightly less than half.
But it was Rudy Giuliani who perhaps best summed-up the current state of play in the presidential election.
The former New York City mayor went on to say, “Networks don’t get to decide elections. Courts do.”
“Courts set aside elections when they’re illegal,” Giuliani said according to reporting by the New York Post. “In this particular case, I don’t know if there’s enough evidence to set aside the entire election, certainly not around the country. Maybe in Pennsylvania. There’s certainly enough evidence to disqualify a certain number of ballots.
Rudy said Sunday that President Trump should not concede the election. “At this point, it would be wrong for him to concede,” said Giuliani during an appearance on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” hosted by Maria Bartiromo.
“There is strong evidence that this was an election that in at least three or four states, and possible 10, it was stolen,” Giuliani claimed. “In other words, it was based on false votes. Now, you can’t let an election go into history without challenging that.”
“Right now we have one [lawsuit],” he said. “We have two that are being drafted, and the potential is 10. We haven’t investigated all the rest of those states. … You want an estimate? By the end of the week we’ll have four or five.”
Among the states Giuliani mentioned by name are Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan — all of them 2016 Trump wins flipped this year by Biden.
“There are upwards of 50 witnesses, and this will be the subject of a lawsuit that we file tomorrow [Monday] for violating civil rights, for conducting an unfair election, for violating the law of the state, for treating Pittsburgh and Philadelphia different than the rest of the state,” Giuliani said. “This is something that just has to be addressed.”
As the Trump campaign said on Saturday after the networks usurped the power of the Electoral College and the courts, Biden is "rushing to falsely pose as the winner" and this election is "far from over.
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