Impasse In US Elections Deepens As Lawsuits Fly


The state of the impasse in the US elections continues to get deeper. Consequently, the incumbent has filed new lawsuits seeking investigations into voter fraud. He is obviously convinced he can overturn the seeming votes already cast in many states. There is backing for his cause no less from the senate leader and his secretary of state. The Senate leader has counselled that the incumbent should be allowed to exhaust his avenues for proving his allegations. The secretary of state is convinced that after all is said and done. The incumbent will get 4 more years in office. The nominee elect is getting on with attempting to get a transition going. So far he has not received the authority to do so from the relevant authorities mandated to do so.

There is a projected win for him through the MSM only as he is reminded constantly. It is only the rule of law through legitimate votes cast that will grant him t.hat. Not the MSM and their projections

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Christopher is a London-based Political Editor for World News Tribune. He knows what your local politician is up to. A meticulous perfectionist, Christopher beat dyslexia at the age of 15 and declared that now he was now obligated to have a career in writing. During his sophomore year, he was already contributing front-page stories to The Evening Lantern. Christopher has always chased the truth in its rawest form — that’s why covering politics has been such a desirable challenge. After studying Journalism and Politics in his native Essex County, UK, Christopher moved to London and began to build his career with the most effective jump-start: by working at a coffee shop in The City. It truly paid off. Thanks to studying the local media scene through his customers, Christopher moved to freelance journalism, effectively gaining recognition for his International Affairs coverage. He still lives in London and is still able to make a wickedly good cup of coffee.


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