President-elect Joe Biden has been officially approved as the winner of last month’s presidential election in Wisconsin and Arizona, as Donald Trump prepares to launch further legal appeals to challenge the outcome despite his team’s utter failure to provide any evidence of a bloc. Voter fraud.
The partial recount in Wisconsin increased Biden’s winning margin, leaving the incumbent president five days to file a new lawsuit seeking to cancel the state’s 238,000 ballot papers, which he said would be filed no later than Tuesday and is expected to fail again.
Meanwhile, Dr. Scott Atlas, Trump’s controversial adviser on the Corona virus, announced his resignation, in what his colleagues at Stanford University described as a “victory for science and truth over lies and misinformation.”
Trump rages on Republican conservatives on Twitter
Despite the utter failure of his legal team led by Rudy Giuliani to provide any evidence whatsoever to substantiate his claims that last month’s presidential election was “stolen” or “rigged” as part of an elaborate collective conspiracy plotted by the Democratic Party, the media, the FBI and officials Local elections, George Soros, Venezuela, and Marvin Mars, Trump still isn’t letting this go.
On Twitter, he spent Monday evening re-tweeting the mistreatment of Arizona Governor Doug Dossi and his Georgian counterpart Brian Kemp, rather than judging or working to stem the pandemic.
He even retweeted several posts from that political heavyweight “Catord,” whose selfie represents white cats with glasses.
Joe SomeraldDec 1, 2020 08:51
Dr. Scott Atlas resigns from the White House staff
Perhaps the most controversial member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Scott Atlas, resigned after 130 days in a role in which he contradicted public health officials, and spread false information about the Coronavirus “herd immunity” and was reported by Twitter For his claim that masks do not slow the spread of the disease that has claimed the lives of thousands of Americans.
Trump appointed a radiologist and colleague at a conservative research center to the task force as a consultant in August. The role was due to expire next week.
In a message obtained by Fox News on December 1, Dr. Atlas said he had “worked hard with an individual focus – to save lives and help Americans during this pandemic,” adding that he had “always relied on the latest science and evidence, without any consideration or political influence” despite Who pushed false allegations that undermined experts and health officials as injuries continued to spread.
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Joe SomeraldDec 1, 2020 08:04
Biden’s victory was cemented as battlefield states endorse the results
Battlefield states of Wisconsin and Arizona finally recognized Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election races on Monday, a month after casting his ballots, as Donald Trump prepares to launch more legal challenges to challenge the outcome.
The Wisconsin Election Commission set Biden winning by about 20,700 votes a day after completing the partial recount and a few hours after Arizona certified its result in favor of the Democrat.
However, Trump pledged to file a lawsuit overturning the results by trying to disqualify up to 238,000 ballot papers, saying the Wisconsin recount was not about finding errors but about finding people who had voted illegally.
Justin Vallejo reports this report.
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