Fate of America — and the world — in voters’ hands

EARLIEST RESULTS: North Carolina, 7:30 pm; Florida and Ohio, 8 pm; Georgia, 9 pm; Arizona, 10 pm.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

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PENNSYLVANIA DEMOCRAT ATTORNEY GENERAL SAID TRUMP CAN’T WIN THE STATE

Voter fraud in Pennsylvania is so blatant that signatures on mail-in ballots don’t have to match those on the voter roles.

The Democrat attorney-general Josh Shapiro went as far as saying on TV that Trump cannot win in Pennsylvania due to the ruling.

The state supreme court ruled that mail-in ballots will be received after Election Day and a final count won’t be known for several days.

https://twitter.com/cathponeill/status/1323412693974470656?s=20

‘THE STEAL IS ON’


D-Day: America’s choice — Strong, energetic President or frail old man

President Trump wrapped up 14 hours of campaigning Monday at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday in Grand Rapids, Michigan, after five rallies in battleground states.

Bright future or dark winter?

If you don’t want to vote for a cool dude who represents strength, freedom and prosperity and draws tens of thousands of people at scores of rallies just because you don’t like his personality, and would rather vote for a doom-and-gloom, dark-winter, hide-in-the-basement frail old man who on the rare occasions he appears in public ends up talking to a couple of dozen cars in a parking lot, then ask yourself one simple question:

Do you want mob rule by anarchists who burn buildings, torch police cars and terrorize restaurant diners trying to enjoy a quiet meal — or do you want law and order?

If you want law and order, re-elect the Don.


FINAL RALLY DAY
President Trump throws MAGA hats to supporters at a rally Monday in Scranton, Pa.

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