Conservative political insider Roger Stone believes Donald Trump is still on track to win Tuesday’s election despite the claims of voter fraud in various states.
In an interview on Wednesday night, Stone said he believes Trump will win the 11 Electoral Votes in Arizona which would put him in the driver’s seat for victory given his leads in Georgia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina.
“For the first time I am beginning to feel good as I see a clear path to victory,” said Stone. “Given where the outstanding votes are and talking to some contacts in the state, I have a growing confidence that when the smoke clears, Arizona will be in the Trump column.”
Surprisingly, CNN agrees with Stone’s analysis and they didn’t seem happy about it.
Stone also says Trump should be able to hold onto his lead in Pennsylvania.
“My contacts in Pennsylvania, oddly enough, are extraordinarily good given my longtime service to Senator Arlen Spector,” he said. “I believe the President will prevail in Pennsylvania.
“If you go do the math, even subtracting Michigan from our column, the President will be re-elected.”
Stone has been an enemy of the Democrat party for years and became a top target of the left for aiding Trump win election in 2016.
He recently wrote a column documenting how he believed the Democrats would attempt to steal the 2020 election. Recent rule changes in Pennsylvania allow late-arriving mail-in ballots with no matching signature to be counted.
Stone now believes that Trump’s large lead from Tuesday night will be able to beat any fraud attempts.
“What you see is that the Democratic Machine sees how many votes Donald Trump has carried the state by, they go out and manufacture those votes in the next nine days,” said Stone. “The problem is the margin will be too large to do that.”
You can view the full interview here: