With President Trump all but gone from the White House, and the faltering Joe Biden preparing to move in, it looks as though China's quest for world domination is back on track.
"You won't have to suffer through endless interviews with Democrats, and even worse!," the president tweeted on Saturday.
"It's the will of the people that has been expressed," Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said in an interview.
"These assertions in the Powell filing are non-sensical and unsupported by any presentation of evidence," the company said in a statement on Thursday.
President-elect Joe Biden said on Tuesday that the formal transition of power has "already begun."
"I do think that Donald Trump should concede when the certifications come in," said Chistopher Ruddy, the CEO of Newsmax Media. "I would not support going to state legislators to overturn the electors."
Jonathan Tobin, editor in chief of JNS.org and popular conservative columnist, debates Spencer Klavan, assistant editor of the Claremont Review of Books and The American Mind.
"We've got a number of smoking guns and we may have to get witness protection for them," Powell said in an interview on Friday. "We have a lot of extremely solid evidence. It's beyond impressive, and absolutely terrifying.
The study found that when compared to a pre-election survey, Biden supporters gained more confidence that their votes were counted accurately after the results of the election—while Trump supporters reported feeling less confident that that theirs were.
"Twitter is actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021," the company told Newsweek.
Recounts in Dane and Milwaukee counties began on Friday and are expected to conclude no later than December 1.
Joe Biden's team has not been granted access to further federal resources to facilitate the move into power, with President Trump continuing to dispute the election outcome.
"It should go without saying that someone who advised DuPont on how to avoid regulations is not someone we want advising this new administration," Brockovich wrote.
Trump tweeted that his team has a "clear and viable path to victory" despite several lawsuit losses and dismissals.
As of Thursday morning, Trump has received 73.6 million popular votes and counting, or 47.2 percent, giving him the most votes of any sitting president in U.S. history.
"The Great State of Michigan, with votes being far greater than the number of people who voted, cannot certify the election. The Democrats cheated big time, and got caught. A Republican WIN!" the president tweeted on Wednesday.
Twitter flagged most of the tweets in question with a label alerting users to disputed allegations of voter fraud.
As of Wednesday morning, Biden had raked in 51 percent of the popular vote, compared to President Donald Trump's 47.2 percent. For his re-election bid, Trump received at least 73.4 million votes.
A note from Facebook appears below the post, which alerts users that official sources called the presidential race for Joe Biden.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said President Donald Trump's claims of mail-in voting fraud prevent some Republicans from voting for him in the general election. Meanwhile, a second Georgia county discovered untabulated ballots on Tuesday.
Cruz accused Twitter of administering its policies in a "partisan and selected manner" during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday.
The coalition between the pragmatic Arab states and Israel is off to a running start. It has the potential to expand—in terms of both numbers and influence.
Graham called the secretary's claim "ridiculous" and said he merely asked the secretary about the signature verification process for mail-in ballots.
The previously unscanned ballots resulted in an 800-vote gain for President Donald Trump in Georgia, state election officials said.