The voting process in US elections has its ups and downs. By noon on Saturday (November 7), Biden's lead in Pennsylvania increased, and various media predicted that Biden would win Pennsylvania, and then announced that Biden won 273 electoral votes to win the president. Not long after, Nevada predicted a Biden victory. Biden widened his advantage with 279 votes. On Saturday night, Biden delivered his victory manifesto. However, Trump has not yet admitted defeat, and he also hopes to pass the legal battle and finally come back.
So what are the chances of him making a comeback? According to Trump himself, the Supreme Court has six conservative justices, three of which he photo background removing appointed, and all of them were appointed to withstand strong Democratic challenges, so he is sure that "the Supreme Court will rule itself in the victory. ". Many Chinese Americans, Taiwanese, Hong Kongers, and even "Chinese people on Twitter" also believe that the Supreme Court will help Trump win, repeating the scene of "the Supreme Court ruling against Bush Jr.". First of all, it should be clarified that the president of the United States is elected by the people, not by "the Supreme Court." In 2000, the Supreme Court did not "judgment" Bush, but upheld the result in favor of Bush Jr. by "terminating the extension of the key vote."
To this end, a little look back at the past in 2000. At the time, Bush Jr. could win by 271 votes as long as he took Florida. But in Florida, the votes were unusually close. In the initial count, Bush Jr. had 1,784 more votes than Goal. Florida law requires automatic focus if the difference is less than 5%, but after the machine focus, Bush Jr. still has 327 votes more than Gower. At this time, the Democratic Party proposed that the design of the ballots this time was "butterfly-shaped", which caused confusion among many voters, so that the rate of invalid votes in the machine counting was N