On Tuesday, December 15th, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu stated, “Joe Biden’s going to be sworn in as president,” adding that Trump voters need to “stop whining” and “move on for the sake of the country.” My question to Governor Sununu: How do you explain the significant discrepancy in the votes on election night for President Trump and mail-in ballots after election night for Joe Biden?
At midnight on election night, President Trump was ahead by more than 1,300,000 votes in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia. After midnight, President Trump’s lead started taking a nosedive as Joe Biden began receiving historic numbers of mail-in and absentee ballots in these states. After the mail-in and absentee ballots were added up, Joe Biden ended up receiving 1,585,517 more mail-in ballots than President Trump. As a result, Joe Biden received more mail-in ballots in these four states than President Trump received on election night.
Shouldn’t one expect that the correlation of mail-in votes between President Trump and Joe Biden to be fairly similar to the votes recorded on election night? No other states in the country had such extreme differences in the vote totals during election night and mail-in votes after election night. It just so happens that the only significant differences just happened to occur in these swing states?
In addition, President Trump’s attorneys as well as additional attorneys not representing President Trump have more than 50 lawsuits, thousands of sworn affidavits, numerous videos, and photos, supporting their claims of voter fraud. All of this evidence doesn’t raise a red flag of potential voter fraud?
The problem is that the media, liberal judges, as well as Governor Sununu and other RINOS like him choose to look the other way. With so much evidence of voter fraud, it is irresponsible for anyone – especially for a governor who claims he supported President Trump — to tell Trump supporters to “stop whining…Joe Biden is the President.”
Martin Krikorian is president of Capital Wealth Management based in Chelmsford, MA.