Trump supporters are continuing their quest to win the presidency. I'm beginning to see 'a movement' in regards to new signage displayed in yards throughout communities. Trump flags, Trump signs, and American flags all in support of the President and his legal battles ahead. Many of these patriotic symbols are popping up after the election. That's right, after Tuesday's general election.
What does this mean? That Trump will live to fight another day. There are world leaders that haven't reached out to Joe Biden still today.
Russia, China, Brazil and Mexico have held back their congratulatory calls to former Vice President Joe Biden. President Trump has not conceded as to the results of the election or to Joe Biden. The president has accused Democrats of fraud, launching a legal fight to contest the results.
The Kremlin said today that it would be premature to recognize Biden at this point. Beijing, like Russia, says it's taking a wait-and-see approach. "We noticed that Mr. Biden has declared election victory," Wang Wenbin said in a daily briefing in Beijing. "We understand that the U.S. presidential election result will be determined following U.S. law and procedures." So far, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has been in no hurry to congratulate Biden either.
Regarding voter fraud accusations. In Kentucky, voters had two choices, to ask for an absentee ballot or vote at the polls. According to a source, there were two counties in Georgia that sent out ballots to all voters, regardless of whether or not they were requested. Furthermore, ballots were received multiple times. This particular party, tore the ballots up and decided to vote in person.
As the legal battles are pursued, as they should be, it's still a wait and see situation. President-elect Biden will continue assembling his transition team. President Trump will continue as President as his lawyers 'duke it out' in the courts. It's a time for patients and prayer.