Twitter continues to censor Trump’s Tweets about the Election, while both Trump and Biden demand more money from their supporters for legal challenges, after an election that has already cost a record $14 BILLION…
While Americans are waiting for the final results from the remaining battleground states, Trump and Biden are now preparing to take each other on in a legal battle—and they want the American people to pay for it. This, as Trump continues launches legal challenges in multiple states.
Joe Biden is sitting back and calling for all of the votes to be counted. He knows he is just six electoral votes away from declaring victory, under the current AP projections. Donald Trump, on the other hand, is calling for all ballot counting to come to a halt and doing everything he can to sow doubt into the results that have already been announced. Both candidates have been vocal on Twitter, but it’s Trump who has had several Tweets covered with warnings.
The latest came early Friday when Trump posed, “ANY VOTE THAT CAME IN AFTER ELECTION DAY WILL NOT BE COUNTED!” That Tweet is blocked from being liked or shared, because Twitter claims it presents misleading information about the election.
Trump’s team has filed multiple lawsuits this week, specifically targeting battleground states where he appeared to initially have a lead over Biden. In Pennsylvania, they are accusing election officials of hiding the ballot counting from Republican poll watchers. In Nevada, the Trump team is claiming various forms of voter fraud, including non-residents allowed to vote. In Georgia, they were claiming absentee ballots were added after the deadline. And in Michigan, they were calling for vote counting to come to a halt
Notably, the lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan were thrown out. But a judge in Pennsylvania did allow for ballot counting to be halted briefly today over a dispute regarding where poll watchers were allowed to stand.
We can be expecting even more legal action, especially in states like Nevada where only 12,000 votes separate Trump and Biden. Trump is going to be looking for every avenue to find evidence of voter fraud. Both candidates are also fundraising for this legal battle, with Democrats launching the Biden Fight Fund—or BFF—to raise money to go up against Trump. But with millions of Americans losing their jobs, losing their businesses and struggling to pay their bills this year, it remains to be seen how much they will contribute to those funds, as the overall price tag hits $14 billion.