It is not over yet.
On Monday night, the Arizona vote shows the gap between the two presidential candidates contracting further, Town Hall reported. Trump took 49.2% of 6,495 votes that were posted in Maricopa County at 7 p.m. on Monday, with Biden taking 47%. That was far short of what Trump needed. To overtake Biden, he needs more than 60% of all the remaining ballots statewide. (AZ Central)
“Poll workers struggled to operate the new voting machines in Maricopa County, and improperly pressed and told voters to press a green button to override significant errors,” Matt Morgan, Trump 2020 campaign general counsel, said in a statement. “The result is that the voting machines disregarded votes cast by voters in person on Election Day in Maricopa County.”
The Trump campaign filed a lawsuit in Arizona, claiming Maricopa County poll workers incorrectly rejected votes that where cast by in-person voters on Election Day 2020.
“Upon information and belief, the adjudication and tabulation of these ballots will prove determinative of the outcome of the election for President of the United States in Arizona and/or other contested offices in Maricopa County,” the lawsuit states.
The media does not dictate who will become president, with voter fraud and legal battles looming. Time will tell.