Despite the media claims of victory for Joe Biden – and the dancing in the streets by Biden supporters who no longer fear COVID-19 – this election is FAR from over.
Here’s 3 things you need to know about what’s happening.
- The election results have not been certified in key battleground states.
With Georgia and Wisconsin heading into a recount and Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona, and Michigan facing potential legal challenges from Trump, counties are unable to certify their vote counts which are necessary to proceed in a legitimate election.
- The Electoral College hasn’t been determined.
Without election certification, the electoral college votes cannot be accurately counted. The delegates/electors of crucial states haven’t voted! If the results cannot be certified by December 14th, the state legislature will determine the electoral vote of each of their states. This is an especially interesting possibility considering 6 of the 7 states in dispute have Republican majorities in the legislature.
- THE MEDIA DOESN’T DECIDE THE VICTOR OF AN ELECTION
This might be the most important one! While liberal outlets are quick to call Joe Biden the “president-elect” the truth is, he’s anything but. He hasn’t been elected at all! The results of the election are to be determined and we should act accordingly until every legal vote is counted.
Though moderate (traitors) like Mitt Romney and George Bush offer their congratulations to Joe, true fighters for Democracy like Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham have committed to President Trump’s battle.
Cruz told reporters over the weekend “the media is desperately trying to get everyone to coronate Joe Biden as the next president, but that’s not how it works. The media does not get to select our president. The American people get to elect our president.”
That’s exactly right.
The voice of America must be heard.