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Trump supporters demand access to Arizona metering station – Dateway

A large group of President Trump’s supporters gathered to protest outside the Maricopa County Election Department office, where some 600,000 votes have yet to be counted, with media portraying them as a violent mob.

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PHOENIX, AZ – NOVEMBER 4: Supporters of President Donald Trump gather to protest the election results at the Maricopa County Elections Department Office on November 4, 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona. The rally was staged after yesterday’s narrowly shot vote for Democrats in the presidential and senatorial races. (Photo by Courtney Pedroza / Getty Images)

Encouraged by Fox News (from all media) declaring that Arizona had fallen into Joe Biden’s hands, protesters numbering in the hundreds demanded access to watch the vote count, chanting “Fox News sucks!” and “Shame on Fox!”

Some Biden supporters also introduced themselves:

The state is basically a draw at this point with around 14,000 votes separating the two candidates.

Some are convinced that there is a clear path for Trump to take over the state, however:

The Arizona GOP called on Fox News to withdraw its claim that Biden won:

More protests are planned at metering stations in Atlanta, Georgia; Phoenix, Arizona; Detroit, Michigan; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Owen and Tyler Nixon break down the steps President Trump and his team will need to take to tackle Democratic election theft.

In Detroit, where supporters have already gathered, left-wing media tell the same story:

There have been several reports from counting stations claiming they were shutting down, then continuing to count the ballots in secret:

Irregularities are reported in several states:

The same people who for four years claimed the 2016 election was disrupted now argue that such a notion is absurd:



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