Joe Biden just can’t wrap his head around Donald Trump (not that he can do much with his head, these days). After the Electoral College vote, it seemed like Biden’s win was a done deal.
But President Trump said it wasn’t over. Biden responded by lashing out in a speech, where he not surprisingly couldn’t keep his words straight while battling a “cold”:
So much for uniting the country, huh?
Trump then had a strong message for Joe on Twitter:
Tremendous problems being found with voting machines. They are so far off it is ridiculous. Able to take a landslide victory and reduce it to a tight loss. This is not what the USA is all about. Law enforcement shielding machines. DO NOT TAMPER, a crime. Much more to come!
68% error rate in Michigan Voting Machines. Should be, by law, a tiny percentage of one percent. Did Michigan Secretary of State break the law? Stay tuned!
The media keeps pushing the idea that Biden won, fair and square. There were no problems with this election and anyone who thinks otherwise is just a kook. Even social media sites have joined in to discourage any attempts to demand more investigations into transparency.
But President Trump continues to assert significant problems occurred that calls the election results into question.
He claims that voting machines had “tremendous problems.” He claimed these machines turned his “landslide victory” into a “tight loss.”
Trump also promised “much more to come,” suggesting he has other evidence and claims the media doesn’t know about or refuses to acknowledge.
He also pointed to a recent story that some voting machines in Michigan had a 68% error rate, resulting in votes—according to some—being flipped from Trump to Biden.
The president said these machines should have a “tiny percentage” of errors, not something as large as sixty-eight percent.
Trump teased to his followers to “stay tuned” in regards to what the Michigan Secretary of State might have done—perhaps suggesting she undermined the election results.
Whatever we might think about the ongoing election discussion, one thing is clear: Trump refuses to concede to Biden. He seems to strongly believe that abuse occurred and he won’t give up the fight.
What do the American people think? This might all evaporate, if Americans refuse to demand transparency and investigations. State and local officials will be forced to answer, if the people speak up loud and clear.
Do you think Trump is right? Do you want him to keep fighting?