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2020: We aren’t done. This is not a political or legal fight. It’s a SPIRITUAL one. We only get one vote each, but we can say as many prayers as we want! And we have JESUS on our side, so hit your knees, Patriots!

CLICK [16:44] to hear Trump’s presser about the results so far. His main theme = “It doesn’t matter who wins, as long as it is the people who decided it, not cheaters stealing it.” Reporters = “Are you being a sore loser?”

Lord Jesus, This is YOUR nation. Save us from Satan’s force on the Left who lie, cheat, steal, destroy, and even kill to get power away from Americans who love You. Amen.

ABORTION: Planned Parenthood has dropped its court challenge of three pro-woman Arizona laws, including a 24-hour waiting period that ensures women are not rushed into an abortion, a requirement that abortions be performed by licensed physicians and another requiring that abortion drugs be provided during an in-person visit rather than through telemedicine. PP didn’t give a reason, but some of its own lawyers admitted that courts have upheld similar pro-life laws in the past, so it’s likely they decided not to waste time and money on a lost cause.

ARIZONA: On Thursday afternoon, Maricopa County absentee ballot counting had reduced Biden’s lead, but it’s gonna be a squeaker. PRAYERS!!!

NEVADA: This is one of the states that decided to mail ballots to all registered voters this year. Before the primaries in Clark County, Nevada, which covers the Las Vegas metro area, more than 223,000 mail ballots bounced due to old or wrong addresses.

PILF, a right-leaning election watchdog, also found that some Nevada voters registered at commercial addresses, which the state doesn’t allow. When a PILF investigator visited some of the addresses, he found no sign of the voters actually living there. One address was an empty lot.

And now at least one voter says she went to the ballot, but was not allowed to vote, because she was down as having already voted. But she says she hadn’t.

The Trump campaign is suing, alleging that votes were cast for both the deceased and non-residents in Nevada and that the campaign wasn’t allowed to inspect the ballot verification.

Adam Laxalt, former Nevada Attorney General and co-chairman of Trump’s campaign in Nevada says, “We were told that signatures would save us from all fraud. But to date, we still have not been able to observe these signatures or meaningfully challenge a single mail-in ballot out of hundreds of thousands of casts. We firmly believe that there are many voters in this group of mail-in people that are not proper voters.”

NORTH CAROLINA: Final election results from North Carolina won’t be available for another week because the state has decided that ballots postmarked by Election Day can be counted, provided they’re received by election officials by Nov. 12. This decision was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court last month.

OREGON: Portland – Rioting has been going on in Portland for six months. During all that time, the state’s Democratic Governor Kate Brown refused to allow the National Guard to come in. The protesters have been arrested again and again, only to walk free because the Progressive District Attorney refuses to prosecute them.

The day after the election, Antifa organized a “March of Terror”, during which they vandalized businesses, smashed windows, and desecrated a Catholic church. The governor called in the National Guard for the first time.

PENNSYLVANIA: After a Pennsylvania court denied Republicans a right to watch ballot counts, the state’s appellate court overturned the ruling. Effective immediately, “all candidates, watchers, or candidate representatives be permitted to be present for the canvassing process … and be permitted to observe all aspects of the canvassing process within 6 feet.”

Republicans in Philadelphia say the Democrats are still cheating. Trump campaign associate Pam Bondi told reporters outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center on Thursday afternoon that the election officials inside have moved the barricade within 6 feet of the counting area, as required by the judge’s order.

Then they moved all the counting machines to the back of the building where they cannot be seen!

“They are still not in compliance,” Bondi said. “It’s unbelievable what they are trying to do to our votes that have been legally cast. They will not let us see anything. Now, we’re going to take further remedy to fix this.”

If they had nothing to hide, then they wouldn’t be doing this!

PENNSYLVANIA: The Supreme Court has ordered Pennsylvania Democrats to respond by Thursday evening in a case challenging the state’s three-day extension for counting mail-in ballots.

The extension was mandated by the state’s Democratic Party and Secretary of State, despite that the state legislature setting the deadline as Election Day.

The lawsuit takes issue with a state Supreme Court ruling that postmarked ballots be presumed to have been mailed before Nov. 3, even if not clearly postmarked to that effect.

PROJECT VERITAS: In an earlier Bits & Bytes, I posted a Project Veritas undercover video showing a woman in San Antonio working as a “ballot chaser.” As I recall, she admitted to committing at least 3 felonies hundreds of times on behalf of a Democrat candidate. (Gee, why is it always Democrats who have to cheat to win?)

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says his election fraud unit is investigating. “What’s shown in the video is shocking and should alarm all Texans who care about election integrity. We are aggressively investigating the serious allegations and potential crimes that Project Veritas’s documentary audio and video recordings shed light on today.”

SHARPIES: A lot of voters were upset by FAKE NEWS regarding the use of Sharpies on ballots. They were provided with the pens at voting centers, but heard later that the bleed through to the reverse side would invalidate their ballots.

I heard this yesterday and was a teensy bit concerned, because I had used my President Trump Sharpie (his signature is on the side in gold) for my Absentee Ballot. But it didn’t make sense to me that the back of the ballot would matter. Since when do scanners look at the BACK of anything?

So I asked Dearest, who works the polls here in New York. He says he’s pretty sure there’s no up or down for these scanners. You can feed your ballot in either way. In that case, marks on the back are concerning. But it also makes sense of the Maricopa County Board of Elections statement that “the offset columns on ballots ensure that any bleed-through will not impact your vote.” IOW, the scanner isn’t going to see bleed through marks, because they won’t line up with the columns they’re programmed to scan.

As for Sharpies being provided at polling places, Maricopa says the pens “are recommended by the manufacturer of the new vote tabulation equipment because they provide the fastest-drying ink.” That makes sense also. Wet ink on a ballot will glop up the scanner, which would be bad.

VOTING: In Mexico, they instituted a voter ID system that is far, far beyond what Democrats tell us is a racist attempt to suppress the vote. They have to go to the election office with proof of citizenship, register, and have their face photographed and thumb printed. Two weeks later, they have to go back to pick up the card in person. After they put this system into place, voter participation increased 15%, because Mexicans finally felt like their votes were being fairly counted.

WISCONSIN: Trump was leading, then suddenly a surprise ballot dump of all Biden votes came in.

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