Despite the mainstream media’s insistence that Joe Biden has been elected as the 46th President of the United States, incumbent Republican Donald Trump isn’t going anywhere. In fact, for the first time in American history, a standing President has refused to concede the election even after the Associated Press has called it.
For President Trump and his team, the next stage of the election will be a litigious one, with legal teams already being dispatched to several key states throughout the nation, tasked with investigating a number of claims of voter fraud.
In addition, a number of states will be conducting recounts of the vote due to the tiny margins in those locales. In the Peach State, Trump tapped one of the GOP’s most outspoken personalities to head up the effort.
Georgia Rep. Doug Collins — who just lost his bid for a Senate seat — will lead the Trump campaign’s recount effort in the state that was too close to call.
The move was announced Sunday night and the recount in The Peach State will begin when “the canvassing has concluded,” according to President Trump’s campaign.
“Republicans stand by the ideal that every eligible voter should be able to vote legally and have it be counted,” Collins said in a statement.
Collins and the Trump campaign both claimed, without providing evidence, that ballots were “improperly harvested” in Georgia.
Georgia turned blue during this election – the first that that the Peach State has voted for a Democratic President since the 1990’s.
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