To win elections, not only India but also the oldest democracy in the world, America also uses witchcraft and worship. Her religious affairs adviser, Paula White, offered strange prayers amid growing apprehension over President Donald Trump’s defeat in the U.S. election, which has gone viral on social media. Paula said, “I heard the echo of victory. God says it’s done. For that, I heard win, win, win.
While praying for Trump to win re-election, Paula said these angels come here in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. After that he continued the same strange prayer in Latin language also in Latin language. In the video, we see her repeating repeatedly that I heard the voice of victory. This video of Paula has been viewed 47 million times to date. Paula called the Democrats a “demonic union”.
Democratic Party leader Biden is confident in his victory after the latest US presidential election results, while Trump knocks in court. Members of Trump’s publicity team are now pleading with the court to stop the vote count in the remaining states. In Georgia, Trump’s team alleged that 53 latecomers were also allowed to vote. He claimed election officials supported the Democratic Party.
Biden shows ‘big heart’ as victory approaches
Earlier in the middle of the vote count, Donald Trump claimed he was winning the election. Trump’s claim has turned out to be hollow and he is now preparing to wage a legal battle to save the chair. On the other hand, Biden’s legal team has said they are ready to take on Trump’s team on the pitch. Donald Trump’s teams are contesting the Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan poll results in terms of votes.
Biden won elections in Wisconsin and Michigan. This brings the total number of his electoral representatives to 264. Biden is only 6 paces away from 270, the magic figure of becoming president. In 2016 Michigan was on Trump’s behalf. On the other hand, Donald Trump is not satisfied with Biden’s victory in Wisconsin. Trump campaign manager Bill Steppin said, “There have been reports of ballot counting in many parts of Wisconsin, raising questions about the results.” President Trump wants to appeal the vote count again.