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Tags: 2020 Elections | Donald Trump | Joe Biden | corsi | electoral | hogue | stickevers

We'll Know Election Results Soon, But Expect Court Challenges

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Security fencing around the Maricopa County Election Department in Phoenix, Arizona - Nov. 5, 2020. President Donald Trump has sought to stave off defeat with legal challenges, as his campaign insists he will be reelected. (Olivier Touron/AFP via Getty Images)

By    |   Thursday, 05 November 2020 04:48 PM

The election results are indeed a cliffhanger!

On my "Coast to Coast" radio show,  for election night, I featured a variety of guests!

First up? Author Dr. Jerome Corsi, who commented that he thought there could be a protracted court battle over the presidential race results, but that President Donald Trump would eventually be declared the winner.

Dr. Corsi finds early voting to be a chaotic process, as well as problematic.

Why?

Voters might change their mind about who to cast their ballot for depending on developments in the last days of the race.

Analyst John M. Curtis and author Howard Bloom — who recently debated each other on "Coast to Coast"  appeared in a counterpoint segment together.

Bloom was critical of Trump for declaring via Twitter that he'd already won, doing so before all the votes were counted, which, it could be argued, goes against the idea of American democracy.

Curtis pointed out that while some states hadn't been called yet, many of them were going Trump's way, and that Joe Biden had no path without winning such states as Florida, Ohio, or Pennsylvania.

"If the trends hold right now . . . Trump will win this election," with around 292 electoral votes, said Curtis. Bloom expressed concern that if Trump wins, America's cherished values of honesty, decency, pluralism, tolerance, and freedom of speech will be further eroded.

Prophecy expert John Hogue (who had just appeared on "Coast to Coast") revised his prediction of Trump's Electoral College victory of 320 votes to a smaller number.

He foresees legal battles over the vote in Pennsylvania and possibly Wisconsin.

Hogue hopes that after this election, polling will be discontinued since it has become so misleading. America is coming to the end of a cycle, he added, and while it will no longer be the "empire" it once was, the country will become more of a spiritual center, even as it traverses a difficult path over the next four years.

Astrologer William Stickevers connected the delays and disruptions around the election to a period of Mercury retrograde (which is just coming to an end).

We are also "in the zone of the eclipse" (due on Dec. 14), he remarked, and this can have a disturbing effect some 60 days before its occurrence.

Stickevers predicted that Trump will win with 294-300 electoral college votes announced between now and Friday.

He also foresees a high probability of Trump fully finishing his second term.

We shall know the results soon, but make no mistake, there will be court challenges.

George Noory hosts the nationally syndicated radio program, Coast to Coast AM, heard by more than 10 million listeners on nearly 620 stations and ranked in the Top 12 largest U.S. audiences by Talkers Magazine. Captivating program listeners with his discussions of all things curious and unexplained, George has a unique roster of fascinating guests ranging from scientists to conspiracy theorists, in his quest for truth, fueled by his desire to solve the great mysteries of our time. Born, raised, and educated in Detroit, George served nine years in the U.S. Naval Reserve and has three children and six grandchildren. Read George Noory's Reports — More Here.

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