& # 39; Boom! & # 39; Mark Ruffalo, Alyssa Milano and Debra Messing lead Hollywood excitement as Biden approaches victory
- Mark Ruffalo, Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano were among the Hollywood stars who tweeted their excitement over Joe Biden's lead
- & # 39; Boom !! & # 39; Ruffalo, 52, tweeted on Wednesday as advocacy group MoveOn Biden and his runner-up Kamala Harris were Arizona winners
- Hollywood liberal director Rob Reiner tweeted, “President Biden. Sounds good. & # 39;
- Biden won the state of Wisconsin and is currently the Michigan leader, which brings him closer to victory in the White House
- However, these clues prompted President Donald Trump to plead election fraud
Mark Ruffalo, Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano lead the Hollywood liberals who crow over Joe Biden as he nears election victory.
& # 39; Boom !! & # 39; Ruffalo, 52, tweeted Wednesday as advocacy group MoveOn Biden and his runner-up Kamala Harris were Arizona winners.
More stars joined in on Twitter after winning the state of Wisconsin and a significant head start in Michigan, which led President Trump to call for election fraud.
An avid Messing, 52, got excited about the news when she tweeted an article entitled "Joe Biden is on track to win the electoral college".
& # 39; YES IT IS !!! A record turnout, an unprecedented buzz, and when the last vote is counted we will celebrate President #Biden and Vice President #Harris! & # 39; Brass tweeted along with a number of cracker emojis.
& # 39; Boom !! & # 39; Mark Ruffalo, Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano lead the Hollywood liberals who are excited on Wednesday
Ecstatic: Ruffalo and Milano celebrated Biden's national victories via Twitter
In the meantime, 47-year-old Milano got to the point with her brief message.
& # 39; We. Are. Win, ”wrote Alyssa Milano. & # 39; That's all. That's the tweet. & # 39;
Mia Farrow and John Cusack adopted a more reserved tone when they announced that Biden had taken over the state of Wisconsin.
"CNN Projects: Biden Wins Wisconsin," Mia tweeted.
"That's all": Milano tweeted her followers as the numbers continued to favor Biden
Holding back emotions: John Cusack and Mia Farrow adopted a more reserved tone when announcing Biden's Wisconsin win
Sounds good! Rob Reiner considered the prospect of a Biden presidency
"Biden just won Wisconsin," wrote Cusack.
Rob Reiner also considered the prospect of a Biden presidency.
& # 39; President Biden. Sounds good, ”he tweeted.
Biden is currently nearing election victory after winning the state of Wisconsin and a head start in Michigan with just one percent of the vote. This has prompted President Trump to instigate electoral fraud, demand recounts and even filing lawsuits preventing votes from being counted.
Biden won Wisconsin by 20,000 votes – a 0.6% majority of 1.63 million votes against Trump's 1.609 million. It gives him another 10 votes for the electoral college – his total is 248 – and Michigan, which he also has his sights on, would get him another 16 votes.
Biden is currently nearing election victory after winning the state of Wisconsin and a head start in Michigan with just one percent of the vote. This has prompted President Trump to call for electoral fraud, demand recounts, and even file lawsuits preventing votes from being counted (October 2020 image)
If Biden wins Michigan today and Nevada tomorrow – as the Democrats have done in every presidential election since 2004, albeit by a small margin – he will have the 270 electoral college votes he needs to claim the White House.
If he wins Michigan today and either North Carolina or Georgia today, then he won too.
As the vote count continued, dozens of Trump supporters came to a counting center in Detroit and demanded that they oversee the process after it alleged it was unfairly carried out.
Biden leads Michigan with 37,000 votes, but there is still 55,000 votes to count, which means that despite 99 percent of the vote, there's still a lot going on.
President Trump alleged electoral fraud, requested recounts, and even filed lawsuits to prevent votes from being counted
Leave no voice behind: Rihanna dedicated her grid to the adage "Count every vote we wait for".
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