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November 9, 2020

Courts To Decide Presidential Election: Trump Will Get His Day In Court - Remember Al Gore? It Took 37 Days For The Courts To Decide That Gore Lost The 2000 Election

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

In the year 2000, it took 37 days for the courts to finally issue their judgements regarding lawsuits filed by Al Gore which contested the election based on such a small percentage difference between him and George Bush in Florida.

The original count had Bush ahead, the recount had Bush ahead, yet Gore still received his day in court because candidates are allowed, legally, to contest results.

There is a lesson here for supporters of both sides of the aisle.

Democrats: The lesson for Democrats is that no matter what they think to the contrary, the "rules" election rules are the same for both sides. Those that rooted for Gore to continue fighting until there was nothing left to fight before conceding, should clearly not be against President Trump, especially since the legal issues he is contesting involve proven "dead people" voting and machines changing votes from Trump to Biden in real-time. 

Other claims include, but are not limited to: Whistleblower affidavits stating they witnessed ballots being counted without verified signatures, and someone that observed the back-dating of ballots.

These are very strong accusations, which we will go over later in the article.

Republicans: The lesson for Republicans here is that All Gore lost. 

When all was said and done, after legal avenues had been addressed, Gore finally had to conceded the race to Bush.

The same could happen here, although these fraud claims are far more egregious that just whether a "hanging chad" should be counted or not, as was the case with Gore.

CLAIMS OF FRAUD INCLUDE.................

There is a long list of verifiable issues, and more claims that are extremely disturbing if true, in multiple states, specifically battleground states that will determine whether president Trump was re-elected or whether Joe Biden actually won.

In Arizona, "Donald Trump's re-election team and the Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit against Maricopa County on Saturday for allegedly incorrectly rejecting votes cast by in-person voters on Election Day."

In Detroit, MI, as seen above, there are verified cases of ineligible voters, dead people having voted and thousands of duplicate registrations.

Also in Michigan, people claiming to be poll workers, claimed publicly on Facebook that they destroyed and/or dumped ballots for Trump.

Another issue in Michigan is that the machines used in their election, it was found that in one county, 6,000 votes that were for Trump were flipped by the machine and given to Joe Biden. Nearly 50 counties, and multiple other battleground states use those same machines.

Note: Just because someone said they did it online, does not mean they actually did do it, but it is an issue that must be investigated and addressed.

Georgia, a state that has not been called for either candidate yet, is now doing their own auditing after discovering that votes tallied on Friday, November 6, were not counted properly and needs to be rescanned. 

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Georgia is actually handling this as every other state should be, doing their audit, catching their mistakes and making sure both sides have observers, and investigators figuring out what happened before calling the state for either candidate.

Pennsylvania: The Supreme Court has already offered one ruling for the challenges to Pennsylvania, which allowed votes after 8 pm on Tuesday, November 3rd, to be counted, but Justice Sam Alito ordered them to keep those votes separate because they were being challenged.

No reason to order the votes be kept separate unless their is a good chance that those specific votes will be invalidated.

If those votes are invalidated, PA flips to Trump, along with the 20 electoral votes, and the entire election is back up for grabs.

Also in PA, reports from election night, accompanied by video, shows that GOP observers, certified by the city, were refused access to the polling station, making them unable to verify election integrity. (Video at this link)

More from PA "Man in blue is handing out DEM literature to voters in line to vote."

In an interview with Fox News, Trump campaign lawyer, Rudy Giuliani tells Maria Bartiromo that up to 900,000 invalid ballots were cast in PA, and that the Trump campaign will reveal the  evidence in court.

In Texas, complaints have been documented claim that poll watchers again were not allowed to observe the counting process.

While Texas was declared for President Trump, these issues still need to be dealt with by the courts to prevent further misconduct in subsequent election.

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In Wisconsin, there are irregularities about the percentage of voters that participated in the election.

Powerline explains:

That seems unlikely. There were 3,684,726 registered voters in Wisconsin going into Election day. The total votes recorded in Wisconsin were 3,240,549. That would give Wisconsin a turnout of 88%. [UPDATE: The current vote total is 3,297,420, which would yield a turnout of over 89%. However, Wisconsin permits same-day registration, so the number of such registrations would bring that percentage down somewhat.] According to Ballotpedia, no American state in the period 2002-2018 has ever achieved a turnout rate of 80% or higher. [UPDATE: These are turnout numbers expressed as percentage of eligible voters, not registered voters, so the percentages are not directly comparable.] For purposes of comparison, in 2016 Wisconsin had a 67 percent turnout rate. [UPDATE: Wisconsin tabulates turnout as a percentage of the estimated voting-age population, so these numbers would be lower than the percentages of registered voters.] If you are credulous, you can believe that 21% more Wisconsinites voted this year, compared with the red-hot election of four years ago, and 248,000 more Wisconsinites turned out to vote for the charismatic Joe Biden this year than voted for Hillary Clinton four years ago. I think those numbers are almost certainly false, the result of ballot manipulation. 

As per CBSlocal in Chicago, we see a report describing other concerning issues in Wisconsin, such as "Jammed machines, not enough poll workers, and confusion over student IDs," just to name a few.

Other issues include polling stations that were up and running for early voting, were suddenly closed on election day, forcing those that showed up to go elsewhere, a lack of poll workers and signage that could communicate and help Latino voters.

Another report claims that poll workers "tampered" with ballots in Wisconsin as well.

In Nevada, the "Trump campaign claims Nevada whistleblower witnessed ‘intentional criminal conduct’ during vote processing in Clark County."

Attorney Sidney Powell, who represents General Michael Flynn, has signed on to the Trump campaign to help battle these issues, and more, in the courts, listed a number of issues, showing what the tRump campaign legal strategy is going to be.


With a number of legal actions already taken on behalf of the Trump campaign, and more expected to be filed against multiple states for voter fraud, improper actions at the polling stations, dead people voting, etc...etc.... the courts will be the last word on improprieties, and issues that will directly affect the tallies for each candidate and states that the "media" have called, but have not been litigated as of yet.

 The states in question hold major ramifications if the courts rule with Trump on these violations of election laws, and could flip the states in question, and the "reported" results of the 2020 presidential election.

If the Trump campaign has the witness testimonies and evidence of even half of what they are claiming, the election will go to President Trump, despite the media prematurely claiming that Joe Biden is the president-elect.

With that said, if the Supreme Court (which is expected to have the final say on many of these issues)  do not find Trump campaign's evidence to be persuasive, the election will go to Joe Biden.


Until every judgement is rendered in cases the courts accept from the Trump campaign, and the appeals, all the way to the Supreme Court, there is no way of knowing who the actual winner is, despite the media attempting to claim it is fait accompli.

It isn't. 

President Trump will get his day in court.

It took the courts and the Supreme Court 37 days to adjudicate Gore's complaints in 2000, and that was in regards to one state, Florida.

This process could take longer, although it is likely the Supreme Court will expedite these cases so the election can be officially decided and the Republic can move on.

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