More than half of the American population stayed up late on election night, only to see if President Trump will get another term in office. For a while, he seemed to be doing amazing, picking up major states such as Florida and Texas, however, things quickly got too close to call.
However, the thing which raises many questions, rumors and speculations revolving this year’s election, is the fact that the vote count stopped early in the morning. As a result of this, President Trump made his suspicion public, and now refuses to let anything tamper with his election.
Responding to the presidential election results during the early morning hours on Wednesday, Trump wrote “So we will be going to the U.S. Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop. We don’t want them to find any ballots at 4 o’clock in the morning and add them to the list.” He also added that it was a “very sad, it’s a very sad moment.”
Despite defying the polls by picking up major states such as Texas and Florida, Trump made it clear that he suspected there were some problems and possible tampering with the election, adding that he has the intention of taking this election all the way to the Supreme Court.
Does this entire scenario sound familiar? If you answered yes, then that’s because we’ve seen these types of dirty games before – during the 2000 election. Back then, the results were delayed just like today, and confusion and recounts were required in order to get solid results. But that happen only after the Supreme Court got involved in the whole mess.
Taking in mind the fact that Joe Biden isn’t someone who will back down, (or at least the ones who control him won’t,) it might come down to one last legal battle.
President Trump warned us about questionable mail-in ballots, but that wasn’t the end – then came the states who pushed back their deadlines, lost ballots and so much more, ultimately resulting in the concerning results we have today.
For now, all we can do is wait and see what happens next. Do you think that President Trump should take this issue to the Supreme Court?