Post-2020, Where Republicans Go from Here


Posted: Nov 21, 2020 12:01 AM

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With recounts and run-offs pending, the 2020 election is in the home stretch. Most of the votes are counted, and the liberal media has already named its preferred candidate, Joe Biden, the president-elect.

But the 2020 election is not over—far from it. President Trump has not yet conceded, nor should he until the legal process runs its course. In Georgia, voting irregularities and potential fraud have been discovered, raising questions about Biden’s presumed victory in the Peach State. For example, more than 2,600 ballots in Floyd County were recently found uncounted, and they are likely to help President Trump narrow his 14,000-vote deficit to Biden.

To ensure accuracy, fairness, and transparency in America’s electoral process, the Trump campaign should leave no stone unturned in Georgia or elsewhere. We certainly won’t: The Committee to Defend the President recently invested more than $100,000 in the Georgia recount effort, simply to ensure that all legal votes are properly counted. Despite Biden and his media allies putting pressure on the Trump

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