(Natural News) President Donald Trump is being exactly who we wanted him to be in the face of post-election controversy and what appears to be massive Democratic vote efforts: A fighter.
We’ve said it before because it’s true — lesser Republicans would have caved long ago under the withering, endless assaults President Trump has endured from the media, the deep state, the intelligence community, Democrats, and ‘RINO’ Republicans.
But not Donald Trump. He’s been a fighter all of his life and he’s going to continue fighting off efforts by Democrats and the underhanded Republicans helping them to steal his reelection.
As reported by Big League Politics, the president’s campaign believes he’ll win Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania (even though Decision Desk HQ called Pennsylvania for Joe Biden on Friday).
But in the meantime, the campaign has established a hotline and a website where Americans who believe they were disenfranchised by Democrats can report voting irregularities:
Campaign manager Bill Stepien expressed confidence in Donald Trump winning his second term. He said that internal data shows Trump winning the commonwealth of Pennsylvania by more than 200,000 votes if all the ballots counted are legal.
Stepien also tore into the “lying, cheating, and stealing” by Democrats “all over this country.” He is referring to apparent irregularities such as extremely high voter turnout in some areas, shady ballot counting, dead people voting, and other suspicious behavior, which are happening particularly in states that Trump needs to win.
Also, senior campaign adviser Jason Miller said he believes the president will win Arizona outright — though he’s technically behind right now and Fox News and the AP currently have the state called for Biden. (Related: Intelligence expert Steve Pieczenik claims 2020 election was a “sophisticated sting operation” that has trapped the Democrats in the most massive criminal election fraud in history…)
“Miller also said that by Friday night it should become clear that Trump will remain president. This is because they remain confident that Trump will win Georgia and North Carolina as well,” Big League Politics added.
Well, by Friday evening, things had definitely changed — and not in a good way for the president.
Here’s where things stand as of this writing:
— Pennsylvania was called for Biden by the Decision Desk but no other major media outlets.
— More than 120,000 mail-in and provisional ballots in Nevada’s Clark County remained to be counted (that’s Vegas).
— Two lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign alleging voting irregularities have been tossed out already by state courts in Michigan and Georgia.
— Speaking of Georgia, that must-win ‘red’ state is now officially a battleground because votes will be recounted there.
— Thousands of military ballots have yet to be counted in Georgia (these should favor the president).
— Pennsylvania may also be headed for a recount.
In the meantime, the Trump campaign has established a website and a hotline for voters to report irregularities. The hotline is 888-630-1776 and the website to report a case is djt45.co/stopfraud.
Control of the Senate is also at play, though it shouldn’t have been (again…perhaps vote fraud is playing a role).
In Michigan, Iraq war veteran and former Apache helicopter pilot John James, a Republican and businessman, was ahead of incumbent Democratic Sen. Gary Peters. But alas, his lead ‘vanished’ too, just like President Trump’s did in the final counts. Worse, his poll observers, like those of the president, have been all but banished from a major vote-count center in Detroit, where workers have locked doors and put cardboard over windows to block everyone’s view.
How’s that for transparency? Do those sound like the actions of a party that is confident of winning? Of course not.
But like the president, James isn’t surrendering, either.
“While Senator Peters is currently ahead, I have deep concerns that millions of Michiganders may have been disenfranchised by a dishonest few who cheat. While not everyone wins in an election, voters must be confident that the election was fair and honest. Failure to do so, is the end of democracy,” he said in a statement Friday.