Meanwhile, the fight for Pennsylvania continues, with the counting of mail in votes being held without Republican poll watchers, and widely expected to either come close to, or exceed Trump's current 160,000 vote margin. There's certainly some truth that the mail in vote from Philly, which is counted last, will be heavily weighted to Biden, but election and elected official actions there don't give one the feeling of a fair count.
As the race currently stands, Biden wins if all the Biden leaning states fall (there are only two left, Nevada and Arizona) and all his other states survive litigation. Trump needs all his "leaners" to fall his way (including Pennsylvania) and to turn at least at one Biden leaner or fallen state. Needless to say, Trump, who doesn't give in without a fight is planning to litigate in several states, so we cannot expect a quick resolution. But Biden gave a "pre-victory" announcement yesterday.
I mean, who would have thought that widespread voting by mail would have brought chaos?
As far as the Senate and House, Republicans appear poised to retain the Senate, with 51-52 seats, although a runoff or two might will be necessary. In the House, Republicans have gained 5 seats so far, and if they catch all their "leaners" might have 197 votes. Which really doesn't matter if Nancy Pelosi is still Speaker. The "Blue Wave" Democrats promised their followers has failed to materialize and the American public has voted for gridlock, again. Good for them. The left is disappointed, which is a good thing.