“[I]t’s not over. We keep going and we’re going to continue to go forward. We have numerous local cases,” Trump told Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade before his campaign filed its latest lawsuit.Trump sues New Mexico in continued election challenge as Electoral College affirms Joe Biden’s win | Salon.com
This is extraordinary: a group of Republicans are asking the court to disenfranchise millions of Americans, just so their guy can stay putRepublicans are trying to get the supreme court to overturn democracy itself | US elections 2020 | The Guardian
In a 46-minute speech posted to his Facebook page Wednesday, Donald Trump refused to concede the 2020 election, and instead merely repeated his lie that widespread voter fraud has cost him a second term.In a Facebook Rant, Trump Amplifies His Delusions of Election Fraud – Mother Jones
After nearly 400 uncounted ballots were found, Biden actually increased his margin of victory – gaining an 257 additional votes to the president’s 125 additional votes. Once Dane county certifies its results, the state will move forward in its final certification process.Trump rails at judges as another court rejects his lawyers’ claims of voter fraud | US news | The Guardian
Some of these issues were highlighted at a press conference on Thursday led by the president’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. We’ve looked at the main allegations of fraud and irregularities.US election 2020: Fact-checking Trump team’s main fraud claims – BBC News
US historic allies have all accepted Biden as President Elect however not so it appears either Russia, China or some other countries
Former US envoy to Russia Michael McFaul is unhappy that Moscow hasn’t declared Joe Biden the election winner without official results, apparently tossing aside years of hysteria about Kremlin “meddling” in US internal affairs.Distinguished Russiagate disciple Michael McFaul upset that Putin hasn’t congratulated Biden for presumed election win — RT USA News
Donald Trump’s decision to launch of a full-throated declaration of war on the US electoral process this morning paves the way for what may well be a chaotic three months of legal and extra-legal efforts to thwart the result.Donald Trump declares war on the electoral process
As much as we want to scream HOW CAN YOU VOTE FOR THIS LARGE ORANGE CLOWN, don’tFeeling powerless? How foreigners can survive the US election without complete nervous collapse | Van Badham | Opinion | The Guardian
I think the Democratic nominee will win the White House on Tuesday. Here’s how and why – and what the president will doUSA OK? My FAQs about Trump, Biden, the election and what happens next | Robert Reich | Opinion | The Guardian
Let’s run through the three scenarios that could happen on election day, and what would happen in the days after each.What if Donald Trump wins the US election? What if Joe Biden wins and Trump won’t go? Here’s what could happen on election day – ABC News
Bruce Y. Lee of Forbes reports that a couple of days ago, the Trump White House put out a press release listing the administration’s scientific achievements. Number one on the list was “Ending the Pandemic.” The Nazi genocidal maniac Adolf Hitler said, “Die Breite masse eines volkes fällt einer grosse lüge leichter zum opfer als einer kleinen” (“The broad mass of a people falls victim to a big lie more easily than a small one.”)Trump Touts “Ending the Pandemic” as 1 American Dies every 107 Seconds and Stock Market Nosedives
In Florida last week, two armed men dressed as security guards stood at a campaign tent outside a voting centre, falsely claiming they had been hired by the Trump campaign to guard the area.
In Pennsylvania, Trump officials videotaped voters as they delivered their ballots into drop boxes, supposedly in a bid to catch potential violations.
That feedback loop is likely to accelerate in the days leading up to and perhaps following the election, as Trump and his propagandists try to turn normal election difficulties into a scandal, potentially delegitimize millions of ballots, and bring to bear the GOP advantage in the courts. Here are 17 times this has happened so far this year.17 times Trump has cast doubt on the election in response to Fox | Media Matters for America
One of the more remarkable developments of the last few years has been the conservative movement’s reliance on outlandish conspiracy theories even as they maintain control of most levers of governmental power. It’s deeply unusual in a modern democratic society, but much more typical in totalitarian developing countries. And it bodes very ill for what is likely to happen to the Republican Party after it inevitably loses power.The GOP Conspiracy Mentality Will Only Become More Dangerous When They Lose Power | Washington Monthly
Between 200,000 to 300,000 US citizens live in Australia, where interest in the upcoming election has soared‘I can’t stand it’: American expats in Australia on the agony of watching the US election campaign | Australia news | The Guardian
Most media coverage of the Queensland Election campaign has been well behaved, except for newspaper journalists campaigning against Labor and a few others who would fancy joining them. Most media coverage of the Queensland Election campaign has been well behaved, except for newspaper journalists campaigning against Labor and a few others who would fancy joining them.How the media will affect the Queensland Election outcome
Iran and Russia have sought to influence the US election by obtaining voter registration data in a bid to spread false information. With less than two weeks before the November poll, US officials today revealed the two countries had tried to target voters with a disinformation campaign designed to undermine the integrity of the election.US election 2020: Russia, Iran aim to interfere, FBI says
The most technically innovative country on the planet It’s easier to vote anywhere on the planet than it is in America why?
A fierce battle over who should vote and how has sparked hundreds of lawsuits and prompted accusations of voter suppression. So what are the barriers to voting and why do they exist?US election 2020: Why it can be hard to vote in the US – BBC News
A 72-year-old voter in Dayton, Ohio, said, “I’m angry about everything.” A retired veterinary technician in Detroit said she voted for one reason only: “Donald Trump. To make sure he’s not reelected.” A federal employee who waited in line for 10 hours in suburban Atlanta explained simply: “I have three black sons.”‘Black people are literally voting like their lives depend on it’
Rupert Murdoch, the owner of Fox News and an associate of President Donald Trump, has told people close to him that he thinks Democrat Joe Biden will easily win the election.Fox News’ Owner Murdoch Predicts Biden Landslide Win | Newsmax.com
Trump’s motives could not be more transparent. If he does not win the Electoral College, he’ll muddy the results so that the outcome can be decided only by the Supreme Court or the House of Representatives (where each state delegation gets one vote). Trump has advantages in both right now, which he has boasted about for the past week. I can’t say this any more clearly: Our democracy is in terrible danger — more danger than it has been since the Civil War, more danger than after Pearl Harbor, more danger than during the Cuban missile crisis and more danger than during Watergate. AdvertisementTrump shows American democracy is in terrible danger
Republican Governor Greg Abbott, an ally of the President, today announced that counties in Texas can only have one location to collect completed mail ballots from voters – a move that critics say amounts to voter suppression in populous left-leaning cities such as Austin and Houston.2020 US Election: Republicans accused of voter suppression to help Trump in Texas
Fears are growing, stoked by the president’s own comments, that he will refuse to peacefully leave office should he lose the election in November. How concerned should we be, and what can we do to make sure we’re prepared? Joshua Geltzer, visiting law professor at Georgetown University and a former member of Barack Obama’s National Security Council, joins Mehdi Hasan to discuss.Deconstructed: What if Trump Won’t Go?
Polls currently show around 95 per cent of voters say they have already made up their mind about how they will vote in the election. This means the key task for both candidates will not be persuading undecided voters but to ensure their voting coalitions show up to vote en masse. And, most importantly, to ensure that they show up in the states that matter.US Election 2020: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Florida and four other states will choose between Trump or Biden
Fact or fiction it’s of no matter to Trump and GOP it will be the center of their 2020 campaign because Covid -19 is bringing the US down and it can’t on any front be seen as Trump’s fault Sinophobia is their weapon of choice. (ODT)