Most Americans are optimistic about the potential outcome of this election. I say that realizing that the election is not over even though the media want to pretend that it is.
Keep in mind that the media DOES NOT decide who wins elections. They do not get to announce who they think that the winners are based on results that have not even been certified.
They are doing two things by trying to claim that Joe Biden won the election: they're wanting people to embrace the idea of him being the next president, and they're trying to prepare liberals with the idea that if President Trump wins that it will cause chaos and rioting, that way they can continue to destroy our country.
Political strategist Karl Rove isn't quite as optimistic as the Conservatives though. He believes that all of this will be for nothing and that not a single state will swing back to President Trump.
“The president’s efforts are unlikely to move a single state from Mr. Biden’s column, and certainly they’re not enough to change the final outcome,” Rove wrote. “To win, Mr. Trump must prove systemic fraud, with illegal votes in the tens of thousands. There is no evidence of that so far.”
Rove did have some advice for Trump: let the legal battles play out and then peacefully concede the election so that the country can unite.
“Closing out this election will be a hard but necessary step toward restoring some unity and political equilibrium,” he wrote. “Once his days in court are over, the President should do his part to unite the country by leading a peaceful transition and letting grievances go.”
I strongly disagree with Karl Rove. Based on what I've seen, there does appear to be systemic fraud with illegal voted in the millions. If they weren't counted the right way and done legally, then they are invalid and must be thrown out.