Joe Biden’s campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon has asserted that, “Under no scenario will Donald Trump be declared a victor on election night.”
The quote was tweeted by New York Times national political reporter Shane Goldmacher.
New from Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon: “Under no scenario will Donald Trump be declared a victor on election night”
— Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) November 2, 2020
The comment was made shortly after the Trump campaign issued a mass email asserting that the Biden campaign was planning to rig the election by not accepting defeat.
“They have no say in that process,” commented Jack Posobiec. “It is not ok for a campaign to delegitimize election results like this, regardless of which party is doing it.”
BREAKING: Biden’s campaign manager just said “Under no scenario will Donald Trump be declared a victor on election night”
They have no say in that process.
It is not ok for a campaign to delegitimize election results like this, regardless of which party is doing it.
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 2, 2020
Meanwhile, Twitter has also reiterated that it will place warning labels on tweets that “make claims about election results before they’re officially called.”
We may label Tweets, starting on election night, that make claims about election results before they’re officially called.
We’ll be prioritizing the presidential election and other highly contested races where there may be significant issues with misleading information. pic.twitter.com/BExhZdVMnB
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 2, 2020
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro also publicly indicated that his state won’t be releasing final election results until three days after election day.
“I could care less what Donald Trump says, we will count these ballots in a proper way to be certified,” said Shapiro.
As we previously highlighted, pro-Biden analytics firm Hawkfish previously asserted that it’s likely President Trump will appear to have won in a landslide on election night but may lose after mail in ballots are counted, which “will take days if not weeks to tally.”
Big Tech, Democrats and the mass media have all repeatedly insisted that Trump will not be allowed to declare victory on the night, regardless of the Electoral College count.