Amid the U.S. election landscape, major media outlets have rushed to claim Democrat Joe Biden as the winner even without completing the vote count. Statistics website William M. Briggs reported an unusual drop in votes cast in favor of President Trump in three different Pennsylvania counties.

The data showed that in Allegheny County, President Trump lost 1,063 votes, while the number of votes in Bucks fell by 2,972, and 7,135 in Chester County, while Biden’s votes did not register any anomalies.

Briggs said that as of Nov. 4, voting forecasts favored President Trump, until he lost just under 10,000 votes.

The number of votes won by Democratic candidate Biden shows a significant increase of 27,396 votes on 2020-11-06 at 08:53:00 over one consecutive reporting period.

The statistics website indicates that this would explain the margin of 37,263 votes in favor of Biden.

At the end of the count, Biden accumulated 3,344,528 votes, while Trump closed with 3,310,326, leading to Biden’s victory by a difference of 34,202 votes.

The current picture that dominates voting in the Democratic state that gave Biden the victory is the ‘eye of the storm,’ given the abundant evidence that has come to light about voter fraud.

President Trump’s legal team is preparing to provide testimony from at least 60 to 70 eyewitnesses.

According to President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, the evidence could radically change the presidential election landscape.

In Nevada, Pennsylvania, a whistleblower claimed, under oath, to having witnessed an illegitimate ballot process.

The journalist from Fox News, John Roberts, reported that a poll worker in charge of processing mail ballots claimed to have witnessed irregularities counting the votes. He said his supervisor asked him to pass on the votes that he thought needed signature verification without first verifying it.

The poll worker further claimed that his supervisor had asked him to “ignore the discrepancies with the addresses.”

Recently, a whistleblower working at the Post Office in Erie, Pennsylvania, agreed to testify under oath to Congress about the falsification of the date on ballots arriving after Election Day.

“Although, as I understand Pennsylvania law, ballots must be postmarked by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 3, 2020, in Pennsylvania.

“Postmaster Rob Weisenback directed my co-workers and I to pick up ballots after Election Day and provide them to him,” said Richard Hopkins.

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