Former presidential adviser and political strategist Dick Morris maintains there is still a pathway for President Trump to win re-election, and he has explained how.

In early September, Morris made the prediction that President Trump would win the election with a landslide victory.

Speaking in an interview with New York WABC 770 AM radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” the former Bill Clinton adviser said that after his Election Day victory, Democratic secretaries of swing states would decide after counting mail-in votes, that Joe Biden would be the winner, as reported by Breitbart.

Morris maintained it would lead to a Supreme Court decision to determine the election results. “The blue state governors are mailing out tens of millions of ballots, and they’re going to be returned with a vote on them, probably for Biden,” Morris told host John Catsimatidis. “And those people will not go to the polls to vote on Election Day. So what you’re probably looking at is that you’re going to have on election night a report that Trump carried … all of the potential swing states. And they’ll say that Trump has 330-350 electoral votes and won a landslide.

Morris continued, “And then, day after day, week after week, you’re going to find another million ballots counted here, another half-million there, another quarter of a million in another place. And gradually, these Democratic liberal secretaries of state who are in charge of the election in most of these blue states will say, ‘Oh, well, we’re sorry. It turns out Biden carried Wisconsin, not Trump.'” he said.

“Then, the Trump people will sue. But that suit will have to be in state court. The state court judges are largely liberal, largely Democrat. And they are going to say, ‘Oh, we rule in favor of the state: Biden carried it.’ Then … they’ll probably go up to the federal courts. And the U.S. Supreme Court eventually will make the decision. And then the entire election will be in the hands literally of John Roberts. And we’ll see what he’ll do.”

“The Democrats, certainly if they feel they’re legitimately losing the election, are going to use the excuse of the COVID [CCP] virus—nobody can come out and vote in person, they claim—and to mail-in ballots, and they’re going to deliberately game the system by sending out millions and millions of mail-in ballots for people that don’t exist or have already voted,” Morris added.

“And the states will not verify the signatures, because they are under the control of Democrats. And the courts will validate that process because they’re controlled by Democrats,” he said at the time reported Breitbart.

President Trump has a way forward for victory

Now, reports Newsmax, Morris said there is still a way Trump can win re-election.

For media to call the election in Biden’s favor without the Electoral College votes is irresponsible.

Morris said recounts for Arizona, Georgia, and other states will most likely tilt in Trump’s favor. The mail-in votes will have the most errors, as machine votes are more challenging to alter.

With Biden winning at least two-thirds of mail-in and absentee votes, most of the illegal votes will be found here, and when taken off Biden’s tally, President Trump’s numbers will look much more promising.

The media has put President Trump’s electoral votes at 217, leaving him short of the 270 required to win, with Biden now sitting on 290 votes.

Alaska and North Carolina are likely to be added to Trump’s winning column, giving him another 18 votes.

To create the illusion of a Biden win, Morris said the media refuses to acknowledge President Trump’s projected successes, but those two states will bring his tally up to 232 points.

Arizona will have a recount; should the president prevail, it will give him another 11 points, making his tally 243 votes. Georgia carries 16 points, and election officials have announced a recount will happen, as the margin was too close.

Matt Morgan, the general counsel for the Trump campaign, said on Friday, “Georgia is headed for a recount, where we are confident we will find ballots improperly harvested, and where President Trump will ultimately prevail.” To win Georgia would then give Trump a projected total of 259 points.

Wisconsin has been added to Biden’s tally, and with the close result, the Trump campaign has requested a recount, and they will be required to pay for it. President Trump has a good chance to flip the state, as its recounting process is known to be fair. The problem lies with the mail-in votes.

A win here would raise his points tally to 269—one short of the magic number.

Allegations of fraud have been set in motion in the keystone state of Pennsylvania, and Morris said, “Already, the leader of the State Senate in Pennsylvania and the speaker of the State Assembly have held a press conference announcing their intention to “audit” the vote-counting process.”

Should the president win Pennsylvania, he will gain another 20 points, bringing his projected tally to 289, in which case he will remain the president for the next four years.