Fox News jumps the gun and falsely projects Biden the winner of Arizona, as Trump makes significant ground in late push

Fox News jumps the gun and falsely projects Biden the winner of Arizona, as Trump makes significant ground in late push
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(Natural News) In order to give the impression that was doing well in the 2020 election, Fox News jumped the gun and projected Joe Biden the winner of Arizona with only a small percentage of votes counted. Fox’s projection gave the impression that the campaign was gaining momentum, flipping states that Trump won in 2016. The Fox prediction came when there were over 1 million ballots remaining to be counted. A large percentage of the pro-Trump demographic was projected to vote on the day of the election, strengthening Trump’s total number late into the evening.

Media manipulating voter counts, percentages, projections

The media bias and manipulation of voter counts, percentages and projections has been blatant. Even though Arizona was miraculously projected to go to early; for some reason, Florida was “too close to call.” Trump was dominating the state at the time, but Biden still “had a chance” there. And for some reason, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and North Carolina were “too close to call” too – even though Trump was winning handily in each state. But in Arizona, with only a small percentage of the vote in, Fox was already predicting a victory.

took the big news and went public with it at midnight, arrogantly claiming success in Arizona long before a million votes were even tabulated, while claiming a near victory in Georgia and other Midwestern states, even with Trump leading by a large percentage in all those states. Why was so sure he could win these states, when the ratio of votes coming in looked abysmal for him?

Have the tides turned in Trump’s favor in Arizona?

As same-day election voting results came in, Trump gained significant ground in Arizona. Now a senior Trump campaign advisor is projecting a narrow victory for the president in Arizona, even though some news stations have declared the victor early November 4th. The Associated Press declared the winner at 2:52 a.m., even though all the votes had not been counted. Now the New York Times claims there was a glitch in the Edison Research data feed, which has caused an error in the tabulation of vote totals. The fake news media is playing a dangerous, manipulative game with the election results, and cannot be trusted to report the final tally.

“What happened is that they called Arizona too early. They said that 96 percent of the vote was in when it was really 86 percent and it was breaking for Trump 60-40,” said Trump campaign advisory board member Jason Meister. “So if you just do the pure math of the remaining votes, we think that Trump will win.”

“Thorough breakdown, we believe [the president’s] win margin in AZ will be closer to 30K votes, probably just under that,” Jason Miller wrote on Twitter. “Keep in mind we’re now counting Election Day voters.”

On November 3rd, a number of states were set to declare victory for President Trump, including Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Georgia, but the vote count was stopped in these states, the election halted. The Democrats in these states adopted new rules for each state, allowing mail-in votes to come in long after election day. There’s no knowing what’s going on behind the curtain. On the morning after the election, an unrealistic percentage of votes poured in for in Michigan and Wisconsin, pushing to the lead in both states.

If Arizona flips to Trump at the last moment, even the greatest democratic efforts to defraud the election may be crushed, as Biden’s flimsy house of cards comes tumbling down. In either event, this election will be historically the most questionable, most contested and most controversial one in the history of the U.S.

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