Here is another article I had to think long and hard about before sharing.
It contains much that I agree with, clearly stated – though a little apologetically and with I think perhaps overstated neutrality – and in adherence to what I view as the proper legal position vis-à-vis the current status of the US 2020 election.
However it also contains flagrant advertising for financial products associated with the author, which morally debars me from sharing it in full. Though I thoroughly recommend the piece for those who are not yet convinced that something extremely grubby has just be perpetrated on the American people. Something that must, and I am sure will, be treated appropriately, resulting in a complete turnaround of what has been unofficially hailed as the result of that exercise in ‘democratic’ injustice.
At this point in time, Joe Biden has won precisely nothing.
I can, and will, share these lines from the article as an appetiser. You will need to read the complete original article to gain insight into the valid and logical arguments it raises in order to make clear the result that it predicts:
“All I am saying is that the election is a mess and from what I can tell, no one in the media is actually outlining what’s to come based on the law. Instead I’m seeing a lot of political opinion, being presented as fact, when it isn’t.
The media wants you to believe the election is over.
By law, it isn’t.
Unless a candidate concedes, the election remains in play until December 14th when states cast their electoral college votes.
So, unless President Trump concedes between now and then, Joe Biden hasn’t won anything, no matter what the media tells you. Indeed, the media has no say in this, anymore than they can decide what color the sky is; they’re simply trying to get you angry so you’ll continue to watch their awful shows so they can sell your eyeballs to advertisers.
With that in mind, we need to take a step back and assess how this election is likely to play out based on the LAW, not public opinion or media propaganda.
Based on the law, it is highly possible and in fact probable that Donald Trump will end up winning the 2020 Presidential election.
Because the election is now in the courts. And the courts have a clear precedent for how contested elections play out.
When the courts get involved in an election, it becomes an issue of evidence. Specifically, what a given court decides is compelling versus non-compelling evidence, and how the court chooses to address the issue of voter fraud if indeed there is compelling evidence.”
The article continues by outlining what may be ‘compelling versus non-compelling evidence’ and the ‘clear precedent for how contested elections play out.‘
Read the whole thing at: “Why Trump Will Likely Win a Second Term” – Zero Hedge
By the way, the author, as stated in the article, is:
Chief Market Strategist
Phoenix Capital Research
I will, let me say, attempt to refrain from any further comment on this issue until some major development arises. But no guarantees.