The Hill framed it differently but a majority of Americans believe the President should not concede the results of the Presidential election.
According to a new poll from Politico/Morning Consult 54% of Americans believe Trump should not concede.
Here’s how The Hill reported to results:
Forty-six percent of registered voters surveyed said Trump should concede “right away,” while another 32 percent said he should concede if he is “unable to back up his claims of widespread fraud.” Just 12 percent said the president should not concede “no matter what,” and 9 percent didn’t know or had no opinion.
They can spin it any way they want, the majority of Americans (including Democrats) think President Trump should fight it out in court.
For those poll to give Trump the majority even Biden supporters would have to agree with the President and that’s why Democrats responding to the poll were freaking out.
“What? Only 46%?” Said some.
The poll was released as mayhem continues to come out of Wayne County, Michigan.
In Wayne County, there has been a dramatic back and forth.
Initially, two republican election officials refused to certify the vote only to have their children threatened. After the onslaught, the officials voted only to rescind their votes 24 hours later.
In an extraordinary turnabout that foreshadows possible legal action, the two GOP members of Wayne County’s election board signed affidavits Wednesday night alleging they were bullied and misled into approving election results in Michigan’s largest metropolis and do not believe the votes should be certified until serious irregularities in Detroit votes are resolved.
The statements by Wayne County Board of Canvassers Chairwoman Monica Palmer and fellow GOP member William C. Hartmann rescinding their votes from a day earlier threw into question anew whether Michigan’s presidential vote currently favoring Democrat Joe Biden will be certified. They also signaled a possible legal confrontation ahead.
Their pronouncements come just 24 hours after a chaotic meeting in which the county’s election board initially failed to certify the Nov. 3 election results during a 2-2 deadlocked vote when both Palmer and Hartmann voted against certification. But after hours of contentious public comment and criticism — including Democratic allegations of racism and threats against their safety — the two GOP members struck a deal to certify the elections in return for a promise of a thorough audit.
The video from democrat officials threatening the pair is enough to for the DOJ to open an election interference case.
When Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson reneged that she would conduct an audit of the election results both officials rescinded their votes.
Palmer said, “After the vote, public comment period began and dozens of people made personal remarks against me and Mr. Hartmann. The comments made accusations of racism and threatened me and my family.” She said that she was advised that she could not oppose the certification and that voting to certify “would result in a full, independent audit of Detroit’s unbalanced precincts.” She later learned that Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson did not view the agreement as binding on her. Consequently, Palmer said, she was rescinding her vote.