Trump’s apparent win as 46th president by a landslide overestimated, Biden won in 2020 election
America is again divided between electing a conservative or liberal President. Mainstream media has always supported Biden and at war with Trump. Initially, they were shocked at early turnouts as Trump leads the 46th Presidential race for America.
However, despite the significant lead on November 3, the next day told a different story.
First results came from Indiana and Georgia
Initial results 61% to 55%, show Trump’s lead over Biden. “We win Georgia, we win everything,” Biden said at a drive-in rally in Atlanta a week before. Georgia has supported a Republican candidate for the last three decades, and losing it is not good for Joe.
But then again, Trump won Florida, which was a major blow to Biden’s high hopes.
Black and Latino votes unexpected turn out
Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Election Day interview expressed how black and Latino communities were a big factor in Trump’s lead. Early results showed Trump outperforming his 2016 numbers in Florida among Hispanic majority precincts by 11%, reported John Gage.
On exit polls dealing with COVID-19
Mainstream media CNN bombarded Trump with criticism on how he’s handling the pandemic. In the early exit poll, 48% think Trump’s efforts to contain the virus are going “well,” hosts stunned on CNN.
No winner on election night
Key battleground states Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, and Georgia, took a break counting; no winner was declared, reported CNN. As counting draws to a close, Biden is winning with 7 out of 12 battleground states—Trump leads only in 5, reported Fox News.
The margins went razor-thin
On the last hours of counting, Biden showed a clear but narrow lead. Even if Trump goes to the Supreme Court, and some votes are invalidated, America’s left-liberal voice is strong and clear.
Declaring Biden as the real winner, disproving fraud allegations
On January 7, 2021, Vice President Pence declared Biden the winner of the 2020 election after Congress counted electoral votes. [Washington Post]