Although final numbers remain unclear, president Trump looks like he is winning the November 3 election as Nikitas3.com predicted. With close tallies in several key states, the president called on the vote counting to stop. He knows that Democrats will try to steal the election and are trying to do so now.
Good for the president. He said:
“This is a fraud on the American public. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we won this election. This is a major fraud on the election. So we will be going to the US Supreme Court. We want all of the voting to stop. We don’t want them to find any votes at 4 in the morning. We will win this and as far as I am concerned we already won!”
President Trump also called out the media for not calling Georgia, North Carolina, Michigan or Pennsylvania in his favor.
In Pennsylvania Trump is ahead by 700,000 votes. Wow. Biden claimed Pennsylvania as his own since he was born there.
In Michigan Trump is ahead by 200,000 votes.
He is winning Georgia by 102,000 votes.
In North Carolina he is winning by 75,000 votes.
In Wisconsin Trump was ahead by 120,000 votes but that lead has gone to Biden by 7,000 votes as more votes come in. We should watch for fraud there.
These are big numbers compared to 2016 when Trump won Pennsylvania by 44,000 votes, Michigan by 10,000 and Wisconsin by 22,000.
Fake Fox News and the other networks refused to call Florida for the president even when he had a massive 400,000 vote advantage.
Fox News host Chris Wallace could barely contain his anti-Trump bias as he struggled to put a negative spin on Trump’s winning ways.
In my ultra-liberal Nikitas3.com Massachusetts town, Trump got 2,700 votes in 2016 and 4,966 yesterday. So that is a very important sign of improvement.
It also appears that Republicans will maintain control of the US Senate. And despite Fake Fox saying early in the evening that Democrats would maintain majority control of the US House, that also could be in doubt. There were many significant Republican wins in places like New York state, Florida and Michigan.
The Fake News media said repeatedly leading up the election that a number of sitting Republican senators were threatened, including Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. Yet Graham won by a whopping 12 points even though his opponent spent $100 million on the race, funded largely by Silicon Valley and other wealthy leftists. This reportedly was the highest amount ever for a US Senate race. But South Carolinians apparently didn’t like out-of-staters telling them how to vote. Good.
Nikitas3.com predicted that Republicans would hold the Senate majority and indeed they did.
Republican US senator Joni Ernst of Iowa appears headed for victory by almost 7 points, even though the Fake News media said she was going to lose.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell also fended off an an opponent who also spent almost $100 million of mostly out-of-state money. McConnell won by almost 20 points. Wow.
In Maine long-serving incumbent US senator Susan Collins won easily by 8 points despite insistent media stories that she was on the verge of defeat. Her opponent spent more than $70 million in another attempt by wealthy leftists to buy an election.
In Montana, incumbent Republican US senator Steve Daines walloped his Democrat opponent by 8 points. Democrats and the media said that Daines was on the verge of losing. Daines was certainly helped by his opponent openly supporting the ‘packing’ of the Supreme Court. That was a bad idea in Montana.
In Michigan, Republican US Senate candidate John James appears to be winning a resounding victory, flipping a US Senate seat from Democrat. This was not supposed to happen and was a major blow to Democrat plans to take over the Senate. James immediately becomes a Republican superstar.
Update: Republican congressman Greg Gianforte won the Montana governorship.
In the House, Republicans gained some seats. Nikitas3.com will report on that as numbers come in. Nikitas3.com believes that Republicans even could win the majority.
In another example of how crazy Oregon is, they legalized “magic mushrooms”, which are a hallucinogenic drug. Nikitas3.com warned about this when states started to legalize marijuana, that this legalization would escalate to more dangerous drugs.
Update: Breitbart News reported about US House races in which the Fake News media claimed that Democrats were going to pick up more than 10 seats. But it is going the other way:
The GOP picked up a number of House seats and fended off many challengers from Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s Democrats during the overnight counting.
The final results will not be known until the states count their mail-in votes and wrap up their extended vote-counting processes.
In Florida, Carlos Gimenez beat Democrat Rep. Debbie Mucarsel Powell, and Maria Elvira Salazar defeated Democrat Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Fla., in Miami-Dade.
In New York’s 11th district, Republican Nicole Malliotakis claimed a win over Democratic Rep. Max Rose.
In Pennsylvania, Republican Jim Bognet was slightly ahead of Democratic Rep. Matt Cartwright at 1.am.
In New Mexico’s second district, Yvette Herrell beat Democrat incumbent Rep. Xochitl Torres Small.
In South Carolina’s 1st district, Nancy Mace beat Democrat incumbent Joe Cunningham.
In Minnesota’s 7th district, Michelle Fischbach beat incumbent Democratic Rep. Collin Peterson.
In Oklahoma, GOP candidate Stephanie Bice won the 5th district seat from Democrat Rep. Kendra Horn.
In Virginia, GOP Del. Nick Freitas was ahead of Democratic Rep. Abigail Spannberger.
Many GOP seats passed from retiring legislators to new faces.
In Virginia, Republican Bob Good won the fifth district after earlier defeating GOP incumbent Rep. Denver Riggleman.
The GOP caucus will also be aided by the addition of newcomers Byron Donalds in Florida, Madison Cawthorn in North Carolina, and Ronny Jackson, who was Trump’s White House doctor and is now replacing retiring GOP Rep. Mac Thornberry.
In Texas, GOP candidate Tony Gonzales kept the 23rd district after the retirement of GOP Rep. Will Hurd, and Troy Nehls held onto a GOP seat by beating Democrat Preston Kulkarni.
In Indiana, Victoria Spartz was likely to keep the seat vacated by retiring GOP Rep. Susan Brooks.
In Georgia, Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene won the race for the 14th district keeping it in the GOP column after the departure of Rep. Tom Graves.
Here is one more: Minnesota Republican congressional candidate Michelle Fischbach won the state’s 7th District, ousting longtime Democratic Colin Peterson who has held the seat since 1991.
Fischbach got 53.5% of the vote compared to Peterson’s 40%.
Update from Breitbart News:
Republican Tony Gonzales is the projected winner over his Democrat challenger, Gina Ortiz Jones, in the race for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Associated Press called the election for Gonzales, a navy veteran, around 3:14 a.m. ET as an estimated 94 percent of precincts had reported. As of 3:45 a.m. ET, Gonzales led Jones by nearly five percentage points, 50 percent to 46 percent.
Update from Breitbart News:
Republican Nancy Mace ousted Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-SC) in South Carolina’s first congressional district, according to the Associated Press (AP).
Mace ousted Cunningham, who represented one of the 13 congressional districts that President Donald Trump won in 2016 by more than six percent. Republicans need to take a net 17 seats to regain the House majority.
Nikitas3.com predicted before election day that Republicans would re-take the House majority. It looks like they might. That is why Fake Fox News reported that Democrats would hold the House majority around 9 on election night – to give us more bogus anti-Trump disinformation.
Updates from Breitbart News:
Republican Yvette Herrell has defeated Democrat Rep. Xochitl Torres Small in the race for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District.
The Associated Press called the election for Herrell around 2:14 a.m. ET as an estimated 90 percent of precincts had reported. As of 1:20 a.m., Herrell led Torres Small by nearly ten percentage points, 54 percent to 46 percent.
Freshman Rep. Democrat Kendra Horn has conceded the race for her house seat to Republican challenger Stephanie Bice, according to a statement from Horn’s campaign.
In the run to Election Day, national media outlets ranked the contest as one of the tightest in the country.
Other seats won by Republicans include Republican Claudia Tenney in rural upstate New York taking back a seat she lost in 2018; and Republican candidate Maria Elvira Salazar taking a Florida seat from Democrat representative Donna Shalala, who served as Bill Clinton’s health secretary.
Question: Did Republicans win enough seats to win back majority control of the House from Nancy Pelosi, as Nikitas3.com predicted? We shall see.