Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Trump Campaign Bolsters PA Case Challenging Nearly 700,000 Votes; "No, This Is Trump": Georgia Recount Auditor Claims Multiple Trump Ballots Fraudulently Called For Biden, and related stories and opinions

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Trump campaign bolsters Pennsylvania case challenging nearly 700,000 votes
The Trump legal team will get a chance in federal court Tuesday to challenge more than 600,000 votes in Pennsylvania and keep alive its hopes of reversing a projected win by presumptive President-elect Joseph R. Biden.
President Trump’s attorneys will argue that Pennsylvania election officials caused a constitutional crisis with the disparate treatment of Republican and Democratic voters.
Keeping Mr. Biden out of the White House come Jan. 20 is an uphill legal battle, but any shot Mr. Trump has to succeed depends on prevailing in Pennsylvania, where he trails in unofficial results by 69,140 votes.
The crux of the Trump team’s case is that election workers in heavily Democratic counties notified voters whose mail-in ballots had errors, allowing time for the ballots to be corrected or “cured” before Election Day. In heavily Republican counties, voters whose mail-in ballots had problems were denied opportunities to cure them.
At issue is more than 600,000 ballots from Allegheny County, which includes Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia County. The campaign claims the ballots were counted unlawfully. Those included some mail-in ballots that were opened before Election Day, in violation of state law. --->READ MORE HERE
"No, This Is Trump": Georgia Recount Auditor Claims Multiple Trump Ballots Fraudulently Called For Biden:
A GOP recount observer in Georgia claims that several ballots recorded as Biden were actually votes for Trump, and workers conducting the recount became angry when he reported what was happening to elections officials.
The insider told Project Veritas, "The second person was supposed to be checking it right, three times in three minutes she called out Biden," adding "The second auditor caught it and she said, “No, this is Trump.”"
"Now, that’s just while I’m standing there. So, does the second checker catch it every time? But this lady in three times in three minutes from 2:09 to 2:12 she got three wrong.”" he continued, adding "They were calling their bosses. They were pointing at me..." --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories and opinions:

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Election Lawsuits in Michigan Center on Battle Over Mail-in Vote Count

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Judicial Watch: 'The media are inaccurately labeling Biden as president-elect'

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