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Morgantown, West Virginia – Despite the election being called and Joe Biden clearly winning the race to become our next President, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice is not ready to acknowledge the results just yet.

In fact, despite no evidence of any real voter fraud, Justice would prefer to wait for legal challenges and vote recounts to take place before accepting that Joe Biden is the next President of the United States.

“As far as acknowledging that the election is over, I do not do that,” said Justice, who famously switched from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party back in 2017.

“If Joe Biden is truly our legally elected president of the United States, we should all celebrate and support him,” promised Justice, who won re-election as the Governor of the state of West Virginia, easily defeating Democratic candidate Ben Salango.

Donald Trump, who appears to be grasping at straws for any flimsy hope of remaining President, posted his support of Governor’s Justice remarks, saying, “Big Jim is the greatest!”

The state of West Virginia showed up big for President Trump in the 2020 Election.  Over 69% of the state’s population supported four more years of Donald Trump in the White House.

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