Trump Won Election 2020 and Won 30 States in 2020 on Election Day - Later Democrats claim
they flipped 5 states after election day was over.
President Trump walked
out to speak to the media in the early hours the day After Election Day on: November 4. All TV news tickers
showed the President with a
comfortable lead over Joe Biden in nearly every key battleground state.
In the Morning after
election day, Trump was essentially wining in a landslide by 296-241 in the electoral college. Trump was poised
to win with well over 300 electoral votes. Most people went to sleep on Nov 3rd confident that the President had
won reelection. See Government Sourced Data here:
US election: What happened in key battleground states on election night? | news.com.au
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1) Pres. Trump won
Pennsylvania on Election day, Trump won election day 56-43, a lead of just under 700,000 votes. Trump had
already won the state as he spoke the day after the election.
2) Trump won Michigan
on Election day, Trump won election day 53-45, a lead of nearly 295,000.
President Trump had
already won the state as he spoke the early morning on the day after the election.
3) Trump won Georgia
on election day, Trump won election day 51-48, a lead of nearly 120,000. President Trump had already won the
state as he spoke the early morning on the day after the election.
4) Trump won Wisconsin
on election day, 51-47, a lead of more than 116,000. President Trump had already won the state as he spoke the
early morning on the day after the election.
5) Trump North
Carolina on election day, 50-49, a lead of nearly 77,000. President Trump had already won the state as he spoke
the early morning on the day after the election.
At that point,
President Trump had won Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, and North Carolina. Trump had won these 5
states by over 1 Million Votes. Mr Biden had leads in Arizona and Nevada, of nearly 155,000 and more than 29,000
respectively. Biden also won Minnesota but that was very close also.
This was the first
time in history that an Incumbant president won by landslide on election day but lost FIVE States days later by
less than 45,000 votes total. In contrast, Bush v Gore was just one state in dispute where Bush got lucky and
won by 500 votes after 10 recounts. This was also the first time any president such as Trump had won on election
day and lost after winning Florida, Ohio and Iowa. Nobody had ever lost a US election since Kennedy after
winning the centrist states of Ohio, Iowa and Florida.
Trump won election day by over 1 million votes winning 30 states. Later after several days,
GA, WI, AZ and other states were flipped to Biden in a miracle of ballots counted after election day. Media now
agrees that Biden won by 44,000 votes out of the 155 million votes cast. Again, Democrats flipped 5 states
after election day was over, and Gore couldn't even flip one. Thus, all electors from those 5 states had a good
faith obligation to cast their electoral ballots until the 5 states were proven to be flipped without criminal