The fact that the vote counts in the Democratic states of Pennsylvania and Michigan have been stopped is taken by writer Joe Hoft as a sign that the Democrats and Big Tech conspired to steal the election.

“The fix is in. Democrats, Big Tech, and corrupt media have joined forces with state leaders in a few states to steal President Trump’s election victory,” Hoft warned according to Gateway Pundit on Nov. 4.

Hoft noted that Twitter prevented the free flow of messages from President Donald Trump, and that despite the fact that the results of the vote counts repeatedly placed them as victorious, Big Tech did not report it that way.

On the contrary, they kept the Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, at the forefront, distorting before the public the real image of the events as they were presented.

“As of this morning, President Trump is in Pennsylvania with a very significant advantage. Trump has 2,965,636 votes to Biden’s 2,290,624 for a lead of nearly 700,000 votes with 64% of the votes counted. It’s hard to imagine any scenario where Biden could catch Trump in this state,” Hoft said.

He also described similar behavior in the Michigan count.

For Hoft, these situations are conducive to fraud, and even more so, he points to Obama’s “Ethics Czar” Norm Eisen as the mastermind of these irregularities.

The same anomalous situation was observed by many Americans, including President Trump, who mentioned it in one of his tweets.  

“Last night I was leading, often solidly, in many key States, in almost all instances Democrat run & controlled,” he wrote. 

He added, “Then, one by one, they started to magically disappear as surprise ballot dumps were counted. VERY STRANGE, and the ‘pollsters’ got it completely & historically wrong!” 

Suspicions that the Democrats would take unusual actions in elections to take power anyway were raised earlier. 

President Trump proposed that ballots arriving by mail after Nov. 3 would not be counted, because of the high risk of fraud involved. 

However, the Supreme Court issued rulings authorizing North Carolina and Pennsylvania to extend the period for receiving and counting ballots by 9 and 3 days respectively.

In the face of this complex election situation, the Trump campaign remains vigilant in trying to ensure that the results are as faithful to the will of Americans as possible.