President Trump is not about to concede the election to Joe Biden anytime soon, and fully intends to win what is rightfully his, said his personnel attorney.
OAN reported that Rudy Giuliani said in an interview on Sunday, Nov. 15, that when the president wrote in a tweet that Biden had “won” the election on a steal, he was being sarcastic. Mainstream media took the tweet and ran with it, using his words “Biden won” out of context, and twisting it to mean he was conceding.

Guiliani said the tweet made it obvious that the president felt stealing his votes was in no way a victory. He then outlined the various ways voter fraud has occurred, noting mainstream media has ignored the corruption.

 

Two pending lawsuits in Michigan have highlighted the Republican vote watchers being refused to watch the vote count, and also he pointed out the thousands of votes that were not signature-matched by Democrats.
“We can count now up to 628,000 votes were unlawfully cast that way,” said Giuliani. “And now in Michigan, well over 300,000 and we’ve just begun to count, which is part of both cases.”

The Trump attorney group has in its possession thousands of sworn affidavits that form part of the court cases that will prove voter fraud and show President Trump did indeed win the 2020 election.

One amazing blunder has just been unearthed in Georgia, where in Floyd County over 2,600 votes were not counted due to a Dominion server error. The newly discovered votes reportedly favor President Trump almost two-to-one, cutting Joe Biden’s approximate 14,000 vote lead by about 800 votes.

According to Gabriel Sterling, who is in charge of the state’s electoral system for Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, the ballots missed being counted due to county officials omitting to upload them on Election Night.
He told reporters during a virtual press conference, “This is why you do the audits. There’s no issues with any of the equipment or anything, they just didn’t scan these ballots, it looks like, or the card was not put through properly,” he said. “So the secretary says this is such an amazing blunder.”

“The secretary, since this was such an amazing blunder and they had issues in August, would like to see that elections director in Floyd County step down from his position,” Sterling said during a news conference Monday evening.

“It is the only county where we’ve had an issue like this,” Sterling said. “It’s unfortunate, but it’s not an equipment issue. It’s a person not executing their job properly … This is the kind of situation that requires I think a change at the top of their management.”