First of all, the (((corporate news media))) does not get to "call" elections. They can go [email protected]
Once the states certify their Electors they will vote in the Electoral College. If a Ticket does not get a majority of Electors or Electoral Votes (270 and not 1 less) then the Election is decided in the House of Representatives, where each state gets one vote. Since the House is controlled by Democrats, it is inconceivable that they would vote for Trump. So it looks like it is President Harris
Biden, with or without massive voter fraud.
The problem is, even if Giuliani can prove lots of voter fraud, it is unlikely that he will be able to prevent the swing states from certifying their electors, presumably pledged for Biden. It is going to take a hell of a lot more than proving fraud to mean a do-over.
Frankly, Trump should have been thinking hard about voter fraud for the last four years. Add this to a long list of things he has done to sabotage his own Presidency. I am only a hair's breadth from calling him deliberate-controlled-opposition, but just by a hair.
The situation as it stands is that Democrats have long taken the position that to ask José for identification at the polls to prove his citizenship is tantamount to marking him for Sonderbehandlung
Democrats think that every warm body that shows up to vote should be counted as an eligible vote, no matter how often─or in the case of Covid-19, just by sending in a warm ballot (or two or three) by mail.
The (((establishment news media))) deems asking for ID at the polls as "voter suppression." And even the requirement of registering to vote by a deadline.
They know that their minority constituencies do not have the personal agency to vote by specific rules unless they are corralled and herded to the polls by activists or "Community Organizers" and with promises of giveaways. Voters get herded in to protect "dem programs." Barrack Hussein Obama was one of these Community Organizers in Chicago; it is how Democratic Party "machines" have operated for a very long time.
Usually this is a feature of the system and rarely becomes an issue in the Presidential election unless there are razor-thin margins, such as the Election of 1960, where Senator John F. Kennedy beat Vice President Richard M. Nixon with help from the Mayor Richard J. Daley "machine" in Chicago, and from dead Mexicans voting in Senator Lyndon B. Johnson's Texas. Although Nixon may well have been cheated out of winning the 1960 election, there was little that could be done about it. Razor-thin margins are just that.
Ironically, Senator Albert Gore, Jr. had a better chance of getting the election overturned in 2000 since it hinged upon who took only one state, Florida─and when all the votes were counted in the contested precincts─every "hanging chad" on the punch card ballots being counted by hand by two workers from each Party─Gov. George W. Bush won.
The Electoral College was created to minimize the effects of issues such as this. The Electors are citizens who do not currently hold office, and they present themselves as candidates who are pledged to support a given Presidential candidate. Once a given set of electors is certified from their state, depending on which Party won that state, the Electors were meant to deliberate together and vote in December to formally decide who will become President and Vice President.
Due to Party politics, the system never really worked out the way that it was intended and Electors rarely do other than just vote along Party lines with no actual deliberation. Some states don't even show the Electors names on the ballots any longer.
Regarding neither candidate getting a majority of the Electoral College (i.e., the magic 270 votes), I don't think this has happened since the Election of 1800, where Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican or just Democrat) tied with the Democratic-Republican (Democrat) Vice Presidential candidate, Aaron Burr.
[EDIT: The Election of 1824, the so-called Corrupt Bargain, where the election was decided in the House of Representatives and Speaker Henry Clay (National-Republican) got John Quincy Adams (Democratic-Republican) elected over Democrat Andrew Jackson who got a plurality (not a majority) of the Electoral College in 1824 but was not elected in his own right until 1828. After Speaker of the House Clay helped J.Q. Adams win in 1824, he was appointed by him to be his Secretary of State, hence the derisive claim by the Jacksonian Democrats as the "Corrupt Bargain." Also, in 1836 the Electoral College refused to give the Martin Van Buren's VP candidate a majority, so the Senate had to elect him in a Contingent Election
The original system made the person with the most Electoral Votes President and the runner-up became the Vice President. So after the Election of 1800 fiasco, the 12th Amendment was passed so that both President and VP ran on a combined ticket.
With no candidate capturing the majority of Electors, the 1800 election was decided in the House of Representatives, where New York attorney and former Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton, leader of the Federalist Party (the Party of George Washington and John Adams) organized a campaign to select Jefferson, an ideological rival over his unprincipled New York legal colleague Burr. So with the help of the Federalists, Democratic-Republican Jefferson became President and Democratic-Republican Burr became Vice President. A few years later Vice President Burr killed General Hamilton in a duel.
The Electoral College never truly filled its role of becoming a fraud-correction-mechanism where principled citizens selected to hold temporary roles as Electors could vote for the ticket that they felt truly represented the will of the people─but in elections that are close anyway, there is usually a call to eliminate the Electoral College, which should give pause.
Eliminating the Electoral College would be a very bad thing because it would essentially disfranchise every part of the country besides New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and the District of Columbia. Politicians, and the interest groups that fund them, would literally be shovelling cash into these inner-city utopias to groom what the Sage of Baltimore, H.L. Mencken called "Voting Cattle."
Despite massive proof of massive voter fraud, I don't see any way that Trump can still save his re-election. But the more fuss his advocates make, the more likely some election reform will be passed that makes it harder to steal future elections or to gut the Electoral College.
Many have predicted that the winner of the Election of 2020 will amnesty Illegal Aliens. And once that happens White Republicans who are not expressly anti-White or crypto-Communist will never win elections again. This is the kind of America that RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) like the late Sen. John McCain and Sen. Mitt Romney have dreamt about.
In 2020, I wonder who makes the better shot.