Trump Winning Begins

PUBLISHED: 1:00 PM 11 Nov 2020
UPDATED: 6:56 PM 11 Nov 2020

North Carolina, Alaska Called For President Trump As GOP Retains 50 In Senate

This is just the beginning, patriots.

Winning! (Source: ABC News YouTube Screenshot)

Buckle up, patriots and get ready for the unbridled rage and evil that will be released by the left when Donald Trump is verified as the election winner.

Today, both North Carolina and Alaska were called for the president, and the evidence of wide-spread voter fraud and democrat theft is about to ‘undo’ the previous calls for Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and more, according to sources.

Townhall reported:

Decision Desk projected President Trump and Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan as winners of their respective races in Alaska Thursday morning. Alaska carries three electoral votes.

With 72.42 – 83.33 percent of the votes in, President Trump was ahead 56.95 percent to Joe Biden’s 39.11 percent.

Decision Desk HQ Projects Trump (R) Has Won The State Of AK And Its 3 Electoral Votes

Race Called At 11-11 8:22 AM EST

All Results: https://t.co/8VxbhWIELL

— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) November 11, 2020

Sullivan, meanwhile, was ahead of opponent Al Gross 57.52 percent to 37.51 percent.

Decision Desk HQ Projects @DanSullivan_AK (R) Has Won Election To The Senate From The State Of AK

Race Called At 11-11 8:22 AM EST

All Results: https://t.co/8VxbhWIELL

— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) November 11, 2020

Nailed it. https://t.co/FKbUgRdYN7

— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) November 11, 2020

The projected results of the Alaska Senate race means Republicans have reached 50 seats in the upper chamber. The two Georgia Senate races are headed for a runoff in January.

“I want to congratulate my fellow Marine, Senator Dan Sullivan on his victory. Alaskans know Dan as a man who always puts service before self and who has championed the unique needs of his state in Washington,” National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Sen. Todd Young said in a statement. “The state will be well served with another six years of his representation.”

  1. https://t.co/f1pmzO7K4e

— Josh Holmes (@HolmesJosh) November 11, 2020

Democrats lost all 3 races. https://t.co/6rhzfhDm5V

— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) November 11, 2020

The long wait for results frustrated many but had to do with the “sprawling geography” of the state.

[T]he drawn-out count is, in fact, going according to plan, although that plan has been criticized by some state officials. Due to Alaska’s sprawling geography, officials count absentee ballots that arrive within 10 days of Election Day as long as they’re postmarked by then. If the ballots are coming from outside the U.S., they’re given 15 days to arrive as long as they have the appropriate postmark. […] Because of the process used to ferret out duplicate voting, Alaska doesn’t begin counting mail-in ballots until well after Election Day… (Yahoo)

https://twitter.com/DecisionDeskHQ/status/1326234297372696581?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Just the News reported:

Incumbent Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan defeated Democrat Al Gross in the Alaska Senate race on Wednesday, giving the GOP 50 seats in the next session of Congress.

On Tuesday, Incumbent North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis declared victory in his race against Democrat Cal Cunningham, a former state senator who conceded defeat.

Democrats have gained one net seat in the Senate so far as a result of the Nov. 3 election, giving them 48 seats. In the current session of Congress, Republicans have a 53-47 majority in the Senate.

Two Senate races in Georgia are heading to runoff elections in January of next year, and the results of those races will determine party control of the chamber.

Incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock will have the runoff election in January.

Incumbent Republican Sen. David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff, the head of an investigative television production company, are heading into a runoff election as well.

Just the News added:

Democratic candidate Cal Cunningham said on Tuesday that he had contacted Republican Sen. Thom Tillis to congratulate him on winning the North Carolina election contest.

“I just called Sen. Tillis to congratulate him on winning re-election to a second term in the U.S. Senate and wished him and his family the best in their continued service in the months and years ahead,” Cunningham said in a statement.

Decision Desk HQ, an organization that says its work pertains to election results and data, projected on Tuesday that President Trump had won North Carolina, scoring the state’s 15 electoral votes.

My statement on the results of this race: pic.twitter.com/dWo5gipxw8— Cal Cunningham (@CalforNC) November 10, 2020