There is evidence, actually! (spectator.us)

Call me crazy for taking the man with hair dye dripping down his cheeks seriously, but I think it would be unfair to dismiss Rudy Giuliani. Amusingly shambolic he may be. That doesn’t mean he is wrong.

The media has been claiming since the election ended that President Trump’s claims of voter fraud are ‘baseless’ and ‘without evidence’. That just is not true. The President’s lawyer gave examples of it during today’s press conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington DC. But everyone is too busy mocking him to pay attention.

I tried to listen to what Giuliani actually said and not what he looked like or the characterization of him by the rest of the media. The cameras started feverishly clicking the first time he wiped the sweat from his face, all but guaranteeing that would be the focus of the presser.

Giuliani did in fact present evidence of voter fraud today but many people simply didn’t want to hear it. He cited multiple Americans, one by name, who have signed sworn affidavits stating that they witness some type of fraud, whether it was pro-Trump ballots being thrown out without cause, ballots being backdated to before the election, poll workers being told not to ask voters for identification, and more.
As Giuliani helpfully pointed out, affidavits are considered ‘evidence’ in a court case. Whether you agree or disagree with them is a different question. And it’s reasonable that not all of the people who signed their names would be willing to go public. If you want to hear more of the evidence that was presented, just watch the first hour or so of the press conference.

The more difficult — and crucial — question is whether Trump’s legal team has enough witnesses or other evidence to actually overturn the election in court. That is what journalists should be addressing. But it is simply wrong for the media to assert there is NO evidence of fraud….[   ]

What do you think?

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Melody
9 months ago

Anyone actually paying attention to the election can see how obvious the fraud is.

Polly Prepper
9 months ago

155 million votes cast. 
133 million registered voters.

Explain?

Franco Combs
9 months ago

Now, Amazon Demands In-Person Union Vote After Arguing Mail-In Ballots ‘Raise Risk Of Fraud’. You can’t make this up!..

https://newscetera.com/amazon-demands-in-person-union-vote-after-arguing-mail-in-ballots-raise-risk-of-fraud/

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escharotic
9 months ago

Counting fraudulent votes will be the same results!!
It the FRUADULANT votes that is the issue!!!

Adolfo Lyons
Adolfo Lyons
9 months ago

Garbage in, garbage out. Recount a fraud verifies nothing.

The GA senate judiciary committee held a so-called election security hearing:

What we saw :

– Stacks of ballots were counted multiple times in a row. On video.
– Records of thousands of dead people that had voted.
– 150+ precincts in Fulton Co. that went over 90% for Biden. Impossible without fraud.
– Vote counts for Trump DECLINED in lots of counties at varying times. Also impossible. FRAUD.
– 106K out of 130K ballots marked for adjudication in one county. Which destroys original ballot image.
– No complete chain of custody for ballot boxes or for memory cards to be tabulated. ILLEGAL – FRAUD.
– Easy hacking and remote manipulation of Dominion voting machines.
Demonstrated LIVE.
– Illegal ballot shredding caught on video in Cobb county.

Same patterns in PA and the other states.
Massive planned fraud, nationwide. Stolen election. Treason

real2211
9 months ago

When you have thousands of eye witnesses that have make sworn statements that confirm the voter and election fraud it is no longer just statistics

Gentrified
9 months ago

Democrats took control of the government via THEFT.

bearz
bearz
9 months ago

Democrats “We stole some folks votes”

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