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Wednesday, Dec 02, 2020

Joe Biden has been elected the 46th President of the United States of America.

Joe Biden has been elected the 46th President of the United States of America.

Joe Biden has won Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral college votes for a total of 273, and counting.

Race called at 11-06 08:50 AM EST.



This is not the “official” announcement, but the final results we got from our reliable sources. 

However, in this hostile environment, we recommend to wait for the official results first, and then for the Supreme Court rulings on any disputed final official results. And that will be the outcome, regardless of the truth about what votes were actually cast.

One thing we can already say for sure: the way the American people vote, the way the votes are counted, and the way the States appoint the final winner is far away from anything that could be described as real democracy, or as a fair election. This aberration is not specific to this election, but a systemic problem that applied also to past elections. 

The USA and the EU would never accept or approve such an obviously-flawed election system and such questionable results in any other country (unless the winning side was judged to be "5-eyes-friendly", of course).


Senate not yet: Currently it’s 48-48.

House not yet finalized. Currently 209-196 to the Democrats.

Governors: not yet.

Comments

tom maddalena 19 days ago
This is make-believe.
Mia305 24 days ago
No he hasn’t,
It isn’t who gets there first by media deciding who gets the electoral votes lmao 🤣
Softwareman 24 days ago
Bob, the software will always give the same results.

To get different results you need to count the same votes, using one of the other softwares, used by Republicans states.

In other words: the algorithm designed by Republicans will not be the same as the algorithm designed by Democrats. Just the same as Google, Yandex and Baidu gives U.S / Russian / Chinese friendly results.

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