William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews
Here we are eight days after the 2020 election and we still don't have a decisive winner. President Donald Trump has announced he is contesting the results. And, there is a general consensus the outcome of the contest will be decided by the nine Justices in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Tuesday the General Service Administration told the Biden campaign, "GSA administrator, Emily Murphy, will only initiate the transition when a “clear winner is clear based on the process laid out in the Constitution.”
Also, on Tuesday, 10 attorney generals filed an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit from Pennsylvania Republicans and asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that extended the deadline for mail-in ballots in the state. And, AG Barr authorized federal prosecutors across the country to “pursue substantial allegations” of voting irregularities.
The people need to know if the allegation of thousands of unregistered people voted by mail in Detroit, as a poll watcher said.
The people need to know what the Georgia election official meant when he said ‘We Are Going to Find That People Did Illegally Vote’.
The people need to know if the Biden camp did backdate ballots in Michigan.
The people need to know what Biden meant when he said on October 24, "We have put together the most extensive and including voter fraud organization in the history of American politics." (see video)
Did investigators really find 10,000 dead people returned mail-in ballots in Michigan.
The above are just some of the questions that need to be answered before a winner of the 2020 election is crowned.
One thing is for certain, the media doesn't determine the winner of a presidential election although many of them acted like it is. November 3, election day The New York Times tweeted “the role of declaring the winner” in the presidential election "falls to the news media." Later in the day, the Times took the tweet down.
The TV news jockeys, the mainstream media, and political pundits acted the same way during the November 7, 2000, presidential election.
As the vote count in the state of Florida was nearing an end only 537 votes was all that separated Democrat Al Gore and his Republican challenger George W. Bush. TV networks first called the key state of Florida for Gore, then for Bush, followed by a concession by Gore that was soon rescinded as the results for who would be the nation’s 43rd president were simply too close to call. As accusations of fraud and voter suppression got louder, calls for recounts and the filing of lawsuits ensued, according to The History Channel .
As it became clear the final vote in Florida, which would decide the election, was basically a tie, Gore rescinded his concession during a phone call. Bush, according to The New York Times, asked, ''You mean to tell me, Mr. Vice President, you're retracting your concession?'' That was followed by Gore’s response: ''You don't have to be snippy about it,'' and, ''Let me explain something. Your younger brother is not the ultimate authority on this.''
Gore was referring to the fact that Florida’s governor at the time was Jeb Bush, Bush’s younger brother.
“When an election is this close, and closely fought, a recount along these timelines is to be expected,” says Rick Hasen, professor of law and political science at the University of California, Irvine, and author of The Voting Wars: From Florida 2000 to the Next Election Meltdown. “The Franken-Coleman recount of the Minnesota Senate race in 2008 took almost nine months to fully resolve. But for a presidential election, we need finality much sooner, making everything more difficult.”
Instead of Gore and Bush fighting over the election results, it's Trump and Biden. And, just like in 2000 the media and political pundits are trying to be the force that picks the president, basically saying 'the hell with the people.'
We need to let the process work its way through the system. When concluded, for the sake of the country, we need to support the winner be it, Trump or Biden.
Taking shortcuts or giving in to pressure from those who have declared Biden a winner before the process has concluded will only result in 73 million-plus Trump voters believing Biden's presidency is illegal.
"It ain't over till it's over "
.....Baseball legend Yogi Berra
EDITOR'S NOTE: We are hearing from one of our anonymous sources in the White House, "The Trumpster" has sent a link to this video by Lenny Kravitz to Joe Biden.
published Gloucestercitynews.net November 10, 2020