Trump Campaign Makes An Urgent Statement After ‘Decision Desk HQ’ Declares Biden Winner Of The Election


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Decision Desk HQ has jumped the gun way too early.

Joe Biden has been declared the winner of Pennsylvania and the 2020 Presidential election according to Decision Desk HQ.

After the Decision Desk made this hasty announcement the Trump campaign immediately released a statement and is quoted saying “The election is not over, the false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results that are far from final”.

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The mainstream media will continue to hoist Joe Biden as the winner so when Trump is declared the real winner after recounts and court decisions the left will go absolutely ballistic.

Here is the full official statement from the Trump campaign:

The far left will continue to declare Biden as the winner and when Trump fights the fraud that has been happening in multiple states he will be labeled as a dictator.

This election will be more than likely be settled by the Supreme Court.

Sit tight and try to withstand the constant lies being spewed out of the mouths of liberal analysts and hold onto the fact that the truth always prevails.

The Trump campaign is right this election is far from over, in fact, it’s just beginning.

The Washington Examiner covered the story and contributed these details:

So far, only one election analyst, Decision Desk HQ, has called the election for Biden. The nonpartisan firm made its announcement after Biden pulled ahead in Pennsylvania, projecting that with the other states that have already been called for Biden, Pennsylvania would push the former vice president over the 270-point threshold to 273. Its projection did not make calls for Georgia, Nevada, or Arizona.

Far from conceding a “landslide” loss, the Trump campaign emphasized Friday morning that “this election is not over.”

“The false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from final,” campaign counsel Matt Morgan said. “Once the election is final, President Trump will be reelected.”

Despite a potential parallel in the margins of victory between 2016 and 2020, this year’s election has been far from the rebuke of Trump and the Republican Party that many Democrats had desired. Though maintaining a majority, Democrats actually lost seats in the House, and the Senate is poised to remain in control of the Republicans, barring two runoff elections in Georgia, according to the Associated Press’s election map.

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