With Florida and Texas having gone his way, he was posting good leads in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. His path to victory seemed all but assured, and the Trump campaign was preparing for a victory speech and celebration. But then something strange began happening. Count updates from key swing states became irregular and sporadic and then ceased altogether. One after another, they announced that counting would be suspended overnight.
When new updates arrived by mid-morning the next day, Trump's margins everywhere had – as if by magic – largely evaporated. As counting continued into the days that followed, Trump's lead would disappear altogether, and he was overtaken in all crucial states.
One cannot but feel that what we witnessed last week was a coordinated election fraud on a large scale. There are some important questions that must be asked.