Biden Gains Votes In Recount Of Milwaukee County Requested By Trump

Biden Gains Votes In Recount Of Milwaukee County Requested By Trump

While some Republicans have begrudgingly acknowledged in public that Joe Biden is the rightful President-Elect and others are quietly acquiescing behind closed doors, those closest to Trump will never admit they flat-out lost to the Biden-Harris ticket.

All told 459,723 votes were cast in Milwaukee County.

I suggest that "the largest turnout ever" under the current circumstances where the legitimacy of voters, votes and the counting procedures are now under scrutiny is no yardstick by which to prematurely measure the success of "democracy" in the US.

Overall, Biden added 257 votes while Trump gained 125 votes which means Biden netted a total of 132 votes.

The younger of the two adult Trump sons particularly questioned not how Biden beat his father's 73,000,000 vote total, but how he received more than President Barack Obama did in 2012, where he received 62 million votes.

Election officials count absentee ballots in Milwaukee, Wis., on November 4, 2020.

Claire Woodall-Vogg, the chief election official for the City of Milwaukee, said the ballots were not initially counted due to 'human error'.

Milwaukee County Clerk George Christenson said on Friday: "The recount demonstrates what we already know: that elections in Milwaukee County are fair, transparent, accurate and secure", according to Reuters. "It's really going to make a great movie someday."Asked for more details on his hacker team, Byrne referred The Daily Beast to his blog, "DeepCapture".

A recount is also ongoing in Georgia, where the Trump campaign requested one after the state certified its election results.

The interview will be the president's first since Election Day and the weeks of legal challenges from the Trump campaign in battleground states alleging voter fraud that followed.

Evers, a Democrat, said the group´s lawsuit is a "mishmash of legal distortions" that uses factual misrepresentations in an attempt to take voting rights away from millions of Wisconsin residents. The state must certify its results by Tuesday.

"The vast majority of Trump voters - 81% - said they would not give Biden a chance as president".

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