by Sharon Rondeau

(Nov. 10, 2020) — On Tuesday at approximately 6:25 p.m. EST, President Donald Trump tweeted that “Hannity” host Sean Hannity will discuss “ballot corruption” on his 9:00 p.m. show.

Trump has maintained since Wednesday that he should have been found to have won the most electoral votes over Democratic contender Joe Biden, who has already begun holding transition meetings and announcing his plans once assuming the presidency.

Earlier Tuesday, Trump tweeted, “Watch for massive ballot counting abuse, and just like the early vaccine, remember I told you so!”

Assuming a fact-checking role without any sourcing, Twitter has marked many of Trump’s tweets with a warning that the claims made within them are “disputed.”

In late summer, Trump announced that a coronavirus vaccine would become available by late October or early November. On Monday, drug manufacturer Pfizer announced it has developed a vaccine which it found during trials to be 90% effective in protecting those inoculated against the virus, which has caused chaos worldwide since late last year, when it is believed it first emerged in Wuhan Province, China.

After Trump made the claim, both medical and non-medical commentators expressed skepticism that a vaccine could be ready that early. Following Pfizer’s announcement Monday, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo despaired that a vaccine will become available while Trump is still president and suggested Biden should assume its rollout.

Early in the “pandemic,” New York City was declared a “hot spot” for the virus, and Cuomo imposed strict lockdown protocols which virtually closed down New York City.

The nation remains in limbo with the presidential race and several other congressional races still unsettled. While the media made an early determination that Biden won, Trump has predicted that once malfeasance and “ballot abuse” are exposed and confirmed, he will gain enough electoral votes to surpass Biden’s count. In such a scenario, Biden would lose electoral votes from his alleged current total of more than 270 as “called” by the mainstream media.

Several days ago, an interview between CD Media founder L. Todd Wood and cybersecurity expert Russell Ramsland revealed his company’s two-year research project’s findings that the potential for vote-switching, intrusions and other types of interference in America’s elections is high. Moreover, Ramsland showed that the project culminated in an analysis of last Tuesday’s election and specifically, how Trump’s leads in five swing states, using Michigan as an example, were allegedly erased overnight.

A recount in Georgia, done of the “swing” states this year, was launched Monday to media skepticism that it will make a difference. Investigations into alleged election fraud have been launched at both the state and federal levels in several other states.

Arizona is not yet finished counting votes cast by the November 3 deadline. As Trump has gained tens of thousands of votes on Biden’s lead, which was reported at 93,000 last Wednesday, the media has been silent. However, it continues to build on the narrative that Biden is the winner of the race, referring to him widely as “President-Elect.”



Update, 8:23 p.m. EST: At approximately 8:00 p.m., Trump tweeted a statement from Fox Business’s Lou Dobbs on “computer voting system,” followed by, “True, and wait until you see what’s coming!”

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