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TIMELINE: Al Gore Conceded after 37 Days of Litigations & Recounts

Posted by FactReal on November 7, 2020

TRUMP MUST NOT CONCEDE YET — AL GORE LITIGATED FOR 37 DAYS IN 2000
Today, it’s just day 5 after the election. The media are creating a crisis by declaring Joe Biden president-elect today.

The media want:
– People to think that they decide who is president-elect.
– Democrats to believe they have won and get all excited.
– People to demand that Trump concedes.
– Trump to look as if he is doing something wrong by following the constitutional/statutory process, by litigating irregularities and requesting a fair count of legal votes.
– Team Trump and judges to feel pressured into giving-up.
– People to blame Trump if anything bad happens.

IN BRIEF
In 2000:
November 7, 2000: (day 1) Election Day
December 13, 2000: (day 37) Democrat Al Gore conceded the presidential election to then-Governor George W. Bush. Here is Al Gore’s Concession speech.

Now, in 2020:
November 3, 2020: (day 1) Election Day
November 7, 2020: (day 5) There are several pending legal challenges in court. There are reports of irregularities that need to be investigated:
– “Gliches” in software that gave 1000s of votes to Biden in several states.
– Democrats’ actions that undermined the integrity of the election process in battleground states.
– More than 300+ lawsuits filed (mostly by leftists) since the primaries.
– Republican observers and attorneys blocked and/or kicked out of ballot counter centers.
– Republican poll watchers kicked out of poll stations.

Mark Levin: The media don’t declare who is president
“1. The media do not declare who’s president-elect. There’s a constitutional and statutory process. Gore litigated for 37 days. Clearly the media want this ended today.”

“2. And this is also intended to pressure the Supreme Court justices and other courts where there is pending litigation and will be litigation. We don’t know who’s President-Elect yet. The media at least have an obligation to explain this but won’t.”

THIS IS HOW QUESTIONABLE BALLOTS WERE REVIEWED IN 2000

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The “hanging chad” and the 2000 presidential election: Broward County canvassing board member Judge Robert Rosenberg looked over a questionable ballot in Ft. Lauderdale.

TIMELINES: ELECTION 2000
TIMELINE: Legal Disputes
TIMELINE: Post-Election Events
TIMELINE: Florida recounts

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