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RayLopez
RayLopez

Trump still has a mathematical chance of winning*, if he can pick up Nevada, which has only counted 75% of votes and has Trump trailing by a mere 0.6%. But it's a long-shot. The only other way is if the Supreme Court says that it's unconstitutional to count votes after polls close. That's possible but also a very longshot, since the Sup. Ct has a doctrine to avoid 'political questions' (first formulated in Marbury v. Madison (1803)) However, from a game theory perspective, since the Court knows that Biden is liable to pack the court (maybe?! but since Congress is divided, maybe not) it might be tempted to side with Trump, if there was a Blue Wave . But since there's no Blue Wave, probably it is inclined to not hear the Trump case. Further, Trump's lawsuit in PN is likely to be dismissed as moot since Trump will win that state.

Henry_MixMaster
Henry_MixMaster

Russia has Internet. Look it up yourself, commie.


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