Trump camp suing Pennsylvania over election results

Monday, November 9, 2020
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"We're going to file a lawsuit today," Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani told The Todd Starnes Show. "The lawsuit today is going to involve all of Pennsylvania and produce evidence that Pennsylvania was a complete and absolute disaster."

Let the litigation play out …


"Despite multiple media outlets declaring former Vice President Joe Biden the winner of the presidential election, it is important to remember that the Constitution clearly defines that electors from each state choose the president once each state has certified its respective results. None of that has occurred. Furthermore, there is ongoing litigation in multiple states concerning the results of the election.

"We believe that the judicial system should rule on these lawsuits and ensure every legal vote is counted before a winner is declared. Only then will Americans have faith that our election has taken place with integrity and fairness."

Tim Wildmon, president
American Family Association


"When all is said and done, Joe Biden may very well be the winner. But if he wants to unite this country, as he claims he does, then the best thing his campaign can do is let the process play out – and part of that process is making sure the rule of law was respected. Leaders in several states believe it wasn't ….

"But it's not just Pennsylvania that had issues, some say. There were other irregularities in swing states like Michigan that our country needs to get to the bottom of – not just for the sake of this election, but every election that comes after. Maybe it won't change the outcome, but if the former vice president is so confident about the race, then he shouldn't be the least bit concerned about waiting for the evidence to prove it."

Tony Perkins, president
Family Research Council

According to Giuliani, the amount of fraud in Pennsylvania is "overwhelming."

"Well over 300,000 mail-in ballots were counted secretly without any Republican observer allowed to see it, in Philadelphia and even more in Pittsburgh, but there are direct witnesses to that," said Giuliani. "That is completely illegal, unlawful under Pennsylvania law, and those ballots will have to be discarded; they will have to be nullified. They are unlawful ballots. The law of Pennsylvania requires that the Republican Party be given a chance to observe the ballot to make sure that the mail-in ballot is legitimate. We all know how much fraud can happen with a mail-in ballot."

The lawsuit in Pennsylvania will also involve the backdating of ballots.

"Ballots that came in on November 4 were backdated to November 3," Giuliani explained. "[The lawsuit] will involve the voting of dead people and [those] whose votes were changed, including in some cases after the vote was cast. And it will ask for the disqualification of all those votes and that the election in Pennsylvania cannot be certified by the legislature until these votes are removed, which would be more than enough to make Donald Trump the winner."

Giuliani also claimed that people were intimidated and are willing to testify. "[These are] poll watchers who were intimidated, who were not able to watch the polls; and we have a significant electronic problem with a system called Dominion."

Similar lawsuits are expected in Georgia and Michigan.

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