US election: White House vows to contest Joe Biden’s projected victory
White House Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, has vowed that her principal would challenge in court of law the victory being claimed by Joe Biden, stating that election is not over.
According BBC, McEnany said legal battle to contest Joe Biden’s victory is only just beginning.
She repeated her principal, President Donald Trump’s allegations of election fraud, irregularities and Shenanigans.
McEnany, a Republican bigwig, urged reporters to help investigate the allegations of electoral corruption.
She said, “We have only begun the process of obtaining an accurate, honest vote count.”
Also, the Chairwoman of the Republican Party’s National Committee (RNC) Ronna McDaniel said the party had collected 131 affidavits, or signed legal statements under oath, in Michigan as part of their investigation into alleged election irregularities.
She said, “If the shoe were on the other foot…, “if it were this close the other way, if President Trump was in the lead in all these states, and the media would be screaming. This isn’t over.”
The Republican Party has claimed that election officials in the key battleground states had allowed “a disproportionate number of Democrats to correct, or cure, inaccurately filled-out ballots.”
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