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Last week, some Michigan lawmakers met with Trump to discuss the certification of the election. They are now facing threats of criminal investigation from the attorney general of Michigan. This comes after members of Trump's legal team have faced threats for nothing more than representing the President of the United States.

On Saturday, supporters of President Trump gathered in Washington DC to protest an election that certainly looks suspect and to support the candidate they believe lawfully won. While we don't yet have an official attendance tally for the #MillionMAGAMarch, it is abundantly clear that thousands, perhaps tens—or even hundreds—of thousands, rallied to support Trump and his efforts to have every legal vote counted.

As of this writing, President Trump has 2,732,084 votes to Joe Biden’s 2,655,383 in the North Carolina presidential race. That’s a difference of 76,701 votes. In the NC Senate race, Republican Sen. Thom Tillis has 2,640,379 votes to his Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham’s 2,543,672, with the difference between them being 96,707 votes.

In 2016, Trump lost Minnesota by about 45,000 votes. This year, he is clearly making an attempt to close the gap there and pull off a win that would sting Democrats for years to come. The left didn't do itself any favors by burning down Minneapolis this summer, and Trump was also helped by gaining the endorsements of multiple mayors in the state's 'Iron Range' region.

Saying the United States should transition away from fossil fuels is a popular idea on the left. It's not workable in real life, however. Millions of people depend on fossil fuels not only to heat and light their homes, but for their jobs. During the final debate last night, Joe Biden said the United States should transition away from the oil industry. This was red meat for his base and the Bernie Sanders wing of the party, but it won't play with millions of voters who live in the real world.

You may have been thinking all the insanity we've been living through for months will finally end with the election, but it's not likely. Far left groups are lining up a host of activities to keep themselves busy in the event of a Biden loss. According to the left, our choices include a "Truth and Reconciliation Commission" if Biden wins, or massive unrest if Trump wins.
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