Last night, as predicted by many prestigious publications and political pundits, President Donald Trump had most of the country painted red and was staring at his path to victory. He even gave a victory speech that concerned politicians and analysts on both sides of the aisle.
“I want to thank the first lady, my entire family, and Vice President Pence, Mrs. Pence for being with us all through this. And we were getting ready for a big celebration.
We were winning everything, and all of a sudden it was just called off. The results tonight have been phenomenal. And we are getting ready. I mean, literally, we were just all set to get outside and just celebrate something that was so beautiful, so good. Such a vote, such a success. The citizens of this country have come out in record numbers. This is a record.
There’s never been anything like it to support our incredible movement. We won states that we weren’t expected to win in Florida, we didn’t win it. We won it by a lot. We won the great state of Ohio, we won Texas. We won Texas by 700,000 votes and they don’t even include it in the tabulations. It’s also clear we have won Georgia. We’re up by 2.5 percent, or 117,000 votes with only 7 percent left. They’re never going to catch us, they can’t catch us.”
He then went to say “We’ve won. We won the election.”
However as mail in and early voter ballots have been pouring in this morning paints a vastly that has sent him on what may be his last final Twitter melt down as President. The key states that this entire election has come down to are Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Arizona.
Trump is up in Pennsylvania as of today by 500,000 votes with a little north of 51% votes being reported. The early votes however are vastly skewed towards Biden with 78% so far reporting for him. With over a million votes still to be counted the math supports Biden potentially winning his home state or at least making it very close.
In Nevada, Arizona, Michigan and Wisconsin 80-90% of the ballots have come in and Joe Biden holds a slight lead in each state. The remaining counties that are still counting ballots are blue but these states cannot be declared either way just yet.
Regardless of the result this election is a nail biter!