Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden just received some bad news from Arizona. President Donald Trump is smiling — this race isn’t over by a long shot, in spite of the media’s hysterics.
“Former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead in Arizona is now under 17,000 votes and continues to shrink as the state tallies the outstanding ballots,” reported Breitbart News this week.
As votes continue to be counted, the margin between Trump and Biden has shrunk in Arizona. The two candidates are separated by less than 13,000 votes and Arizona has more votes to tally. But that’s not all.
Lawsuits are pending in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia to highlight reports of voting irregularities. There is no telling what will happen next, but one thing is sure: the Supreme Court will likely have to settle the matter.
This means Biden will simply have to wait for a concession from Trump — if it becomes necessary at all. In fact, the Democrat politician pledged during the first debate not to declare victory until the election was “independently certified.”
When asked this very question by the moderator, Chris Wallace, Biden answered affirmatively: “Yes.” But it seems Biden has already broken his first promise and he hasn’t even become president yet. Pray for a different outcome in the end.
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