Weekly Security Digest - November 8, 2020
President Donald Trump responded to the presidential election results during the early morning hours on Wednesday, which showed a very tight race between Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, by suggesting that the election could be decided by the Supreme Court.
A Michigan lawyer who worked Tuesday’s election as a Republican poll watcher is alleging ballot-counting fraud in Detroit based on an interaction she had with an election worker at the site in Detroit where the city’s absentee ballots are being counted.Too few late-arriving Pennsylvania ballots to affect final outcome of Trump-Biden race, Secretary of State says
Mail ballots that arrive in Pennsylvania election offices up to three days after the election are not expected to change the results of the election, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said Thursday.
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt decried changes to his state’s mail-in voting laws and subsequent decisions from a court that made it difficult for allies of President Donald Trump to monitor ballot-counting now underway.
The Justice Department has greenlighted the use of armed agents to investigate potential voter fraud at ballot-counting centers.
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