Mainstream media has rushed to declare Joe Biden, the new president, despite claims from President Trump and his legal team that the Democrats are attempting to steal the election.

The media has no interest in investigating voter fraud claims, and the evidence of corruption during the voting is mounting.

The media doesn’t get to decide who will be the next president.

State tallies are not yet finalized, and the president is yet to concede anything.

Jordan Sekulow, a member of President Trump’s legal team, said it will take time for the legal case against Pennsylvania to be presented in court.

“It’s going to be a little bit of a slow process to get this into court, but then all the federal courts know they’ve got to do this rapidly,” Sekulow, of the American Center for Law and Justice, told Tuesday’s “Spicer & Co.”

“So, chill out. Take your time. Let us do our legal work, and then the courts are going to do this in an expedited manner.

“Whether it’s like 30 days or so, I think we have all this figured out,” Sekulow said.

On Friday evening, Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., approved the GOP request, for now, ordering late ballots in Pennsylvania to be kept separate by county boards, with voting officials saying, “We didn’t do any of that.”

“So now it’s referred to the entire court,” he told host Sean Spicer. “They’re kind of holding it right now, Sean.

“For that to get there, for them to make a decision like that—which would be kind of like a Bush versus Gore decision—they’ve got to look at the other state too, and make sure that we’ve got realistic legal challenges; which we believe we do, that can actually—when they’re all put together—change the outcome of the electoral college, in favor of President Trump.”

Pennsylvania carries 20 electoral votes and would be crucial for President Trump to win if he is to succeed in overcoming the voter fraud.

“What we’re looking at—tens of thousands of votes—enough voters that could potentially overturn who wins the state of Pennsylvania,” Sekulow told Spicer on NewsmaxTV.

“I think there’s a chance, because of enough state attorneys general have weighed in this Pennsylvania case, that they may ultimately decide it because of what you said, Sean, for future precedent—even if it doesn’t affect the outcome.

“But I do think they’re taking a step back to see what else is the Trump team, the president’s legal team, the RNC legal team, what else are they bringing,” said Sekulow.

Legal cases are being brought against other states, including Michigan, Nevada, and Georgia.

In Nevada, election officials ordered workers to “turn down” the threshold for signature verifications on electronic election systems, which will have huge implications for the counted votes, reported Newsmax.

“That’s up to 600,000 votes, and we believe a third of those would likely be tossed out,” he said. “That’s in the current legal challenge.”