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Trump Schedule || Wednesday, November 4, 2020

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  1. A fair election is important. While it may sound like sour grapes, there are some serious questions regarding the absolute flip of Wisconsin and Michigan during the night – We know that the Democrats really pushed mail in voting and early voting and it skewed that way, but the same thing happened for the Republicans for same day voting. I expect there would be vote calculation changes but the dramatic swing is worth looking at. Calling some close states (“Arizona”) before all the ballots were counted, is irresponsible – no matter their “formula” for doing so.
    Don’t know if the story is true – internet can be questionable, but it appears that a rash of ballots found overnight in Michigan allegedly were all for Biden – a bit hard to believe and helped to put him ahead. Shame on the pollsters and social media. If Trump loses fair and square so be it – but the concerted effort by both to “Yes” suppress the vote or information by them was despicable. I talked to a co-worker (not election related) who told me she had been unable to post a job opening on Facebook because it didn’t meet their test. She tried three times. When questioned why – they told her she needed to describe the job differently – it was for a “journeyman”.

    I do appreciate that the senate appears to have stayed in Republicans control (thank goodness), which means some of the extremely radical things the left wanted to push and Mr. Biden (if victorious) may have been successful in doing. It is also comforting to know that for the most part, the election was close. It’s time for both sides of the aisle to quit the constant investigations, etc. and do the business of the people – not the elite.

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