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Donald Trump's 234 pages of affidavits contain unusual claims


Affidavits from a Donald Trump election fraud lawsuit include complaints about military voting for Biden, despite a GOP election observer saying he considers those serving as "conservative".

The same election observer also said under oath that he believed independent election observers were in fact left-wing radicals.

Among the things that gave the GOP election observer one tip, the Independents said they wanted to work in Brooklyn or expressed their condolences to protesters who declared an autonomous zone in Seattle.

"As a final note, I found it strange that I saw a couple of dozen military votes count during the day / night," said one statutory declaration accompany the suit.

& # 39;While I can't provide specific numbers or names, I can estimate that at least 80% of the military votes I saw were straight-ticket Democrats or simply had Joe Biden's name on it. I had always been told that military personnel were more conservative, and I noticed that during the day, ”wrote GOP election observer Braden Giacobazzi.

The affidavit was one of dozen that appeared on 234 pages of & # 39; Evidence & # 39; that were released by the Trump campaign and submitted to Michigan federal court.

The 234 pages were branded on Fox News by Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday and submitted in full on Wednesday.

It is central to their boss Donald Trump's attempt to reverse the election result in Michigan, where he is 148,645 votes behind.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany held 234 pages of Michigan affidavits in Fox News on Tuesday as she reiterated allegations of electoral fraud

Braden Giacobazzi, a GOP election observer from Michigan, swore in an affidavit that military personnel were "rather conservative," but noted that military voices went along Joe Biden's path. He is a tango dancer and engineer

Braden Giacobazzi, a GOP election observer from Michigan, swore in an affidavit that military personnel were "rather conservative," but noted that military voices went along Joe Biden's path. He is a tango dancer and engineer

What he said: This is Braden Giacobazzi, a GOP election observer from Michigan's affidavit

What he said: This is Braden Giacobazzi, a GOP election observer from Michigan's affidavit

NEVADA POLL WORKER CLAIMS THEY SAW VOTER FRAUD

An anonymous whistleblower told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that she, too, witnessed election fraud in Clark County, Vegas, one of the most-watched counties in the country when it came to the polls. But wherever she claimed to be a witness, it was edited.

The election worker appeared in silhouette with her voice disguised on the show.

She claims she saw white envelopes being passed around and torn open near a Biden Harris delivery truck. She claimed to have seen people there marking ballot papers.

As I got closer, I thought these were ballot papers. I went by four or five times. The next time I went by, they put them in envelopes.

"You put them in a white and pink envelope," she said. Apparently they were using the vans as a surface to mark the ballot papers.

Ingraham said, "But you didn't say anything?"

“Somehow I gave them a wide berth. We were told not to interact with people out there. & # 39;

The woman says five or more people then formed a "human wall" to block their view of what they were doing. "One of them is looking at me and the while line is moving as I walk past them and it scares me."

But she didn't seem to report it to a supervisor.

She signed an affidavit and handed it over to the Trump campaign stating what she allegedly saw.

However, the campaign only published them for one page that appeared on-screen in Fox News.

"We keep hearing the drumbeat where the evidence is, but right here 234 pages of affidavits from real people, real allegations signed with notaries," McEnany said Tuesday on Sean Hannity's show.

In one county, Wayne County, Michigan, 60 percent had the same signatures on a series of ballot papers, 35 did not have a voter list but were counted anyway, and 50 ballots were machine-fed multiple times.

"One woman said her son passed away but voted anyway," she added. None of these claims can be verified and the affidavits have not been made public.

"This is a county where our election monitors have been threatened and out of the way with racial harassment and where Democratic challengers have been handing out documents explaining how to distract GOP challengers."

These claims have not been verified either.

"The president wants justice for the more than 72 million forgotten men and women of this country," concluded McEnany.

It is unclear which number she was referring to; So far, Trump has 71,925,902 votes and Joe Biden has 79,996,528 votes.

The files, as published in the court documents, contain repeated complaints that election observers were not close enough to see ballot papers because of the six-foot-high social distancing rules.

These include allegations that election officials were hostile to Republicans and that many of the GOP election observers saw an appeal on Facebook to come up to the count to challenge the ballot papers.

One said he had 10 minutes of exercise.

Other affidavits include complaints about election workers wearing BLM and Biden clothing.

It is said that vehicles with non-state license plates delivered people who were "brought into the DNC to control voting activities".

There are allegations of actual irregularities on the file, including missing signature verification, counting ballots multiple times, and entering birthdays as 1/1/1900.

Election officials previously said that 1/1/1900 will be used as the date of birth.

Election observers have been a frequent source of complaints. The electoral rules include observers from any party and independent parties, and there are repeated complaints from GOP observers that they were too far removed from the action.

Giacobazzi in particular was not satisfied with the fact that the Independents were truly independent.

& # 39; I've long been with several of these & # 39; Independent & # 39; lawyers / law students in casual friendly conversations, and from their answers to basic questions about the news, it was evident that EVERY single one of the lawyers / law students I spoke to was ideologically far-left, supportive of things like CHAZ / CHOP in Seattle and condoned the crime exploding across the country or wanted to work in Brooklyn because they support "progressive" changes in the law to "not prosecute rioters" etc. "after an affidavit.

Although Brooklyn has developed a national reputation as a hipster enclave, it is a diverse neighborhood in New York, a city with nearly 3 million registered Republicans. According to NY1, the Independents recently outperformed the Republicans registered there, with the Democrats still the dominant force at around 6 million.

A Braden Giacobazzi also gave a negative review to an Area Checkers restaurant in Lincoln Park, Michigan.

& # 39; Always very slowly. But the soft serve and food here is good for fast food and the staff is friendly. But oh so slowly. & # 39; A LinkedIn page identifies Giacobazzi as an engineer with Ford Motor Company.

President-elect Joe Biden won Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with more than 200,000 votes. A Trump lawsuit contains affidavits describing complaints from GOP election observers

President-elect Joe Biden won Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with more than 200,000 votes. A Trump lawsuit contains affidavits describing complaints from GOP election observers

The lawsuit contains several affidavits complaining about the census in Wayne County, including Detroit. Here, on Wednesday, November 4, 2020, in Detroit, MI, election workers are processing a central election period for the counting of postal ballot papers in the Central Counting Committee of the Detroit Department of Elections Census Bureau at the TCF Center

The lawsuit contains several affidavits complaining about the census in Wayne County, including Detroit. Here, on Wednesday, November 4, 2020, in Detroit, MI, election workers are processing a central election period for the counting of postal ballot papers in the Central Counting Committee of the Detroit Department of Elections Census Bureau at the TCF Center

Affidavits by GOP election observers were included in a Trump campaign lawsuit in Michigan

Affidavits by GOP election observers were included in a Trump campaign lawsuit in Michigan

According to a GOP poll, independent observers wanted to work in Brooklyn

A GOP poll observer says independent observers wanted to work in Brooklyn

An election observer said he was labeled "Bigot" and "C ***" but said the person who said so was covering his or her name tag

An election observer said he was labeled "Bigot" and "C ***" but said the person who said so was covering his or her name tag

Yet they all claimed to be independent. Anyway, every time a GOP employee was removed from the room, most of the entire room burst into cheers and laughter and often derogatory insults as GOP challengers were evicted by the police, ”the person wrote.

Another person claimed to have worked with city workers.

“Poll workers cheered, scoffed and clapped when poll workers were led out of the TCF center. There appeared to be a collaboration between Democratic electoral challengers and the city of Detroit election officials. & # 39;

Another said Democratic volunteers were "aggressive" and accused GOP election observers of being part of a "cult" for supporting Trump.

Another, Alexandra Seely, claimed she was called a "Bigot" and a "C ***". But the person who said that was unclear.

"She's covered her name tag," wrote Seely. She also swore that there were "saran-wrapped backpacks and suitcases" in the back of the counting room.

"I had a man on my face who was pulling back and 6 feet away when I was already or he was going to kick me out," she wrote on her handwritten affidavit.

The lawsuit comes as President Donald Trump continues to say he will "win" the election and attack the election he lost as rigged and fraudulent. Trump hit a Republican election commissioner in Philadelphia on Wednesday who had denied fraud allegations, calling him a "RINO" being "used" by the media. & # 39;

He refuses to look at a mountain of corruption and dishonesty. We win! & # 39; Trump wrote.

However, his team has not had much success getting judges to accept fraud claims in states where Joe Biden has won or is a leader. Many of the Trump camp's grievances amount to individual charges that, even if they are true, would not be enough to throw away the thousands of votes that put Biden ahead of the curve.

Biden's collective lead in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania has grown to a total of 218,000 – compared to Trump's 2016 lead of less than 80,000.

A New York Times poll of top election officials in all states found no allegations of fraud.

The challenges in court have also suffered setbacks.

During a Pennsylvania court hearing earlier this week on one of President Donald Trump's many election lawsuits, a judge asked a campaign attorney if he had found any signs of fraud among the 592 contested ballots.

The answer was no.

"Accusing people of fraud is a pretty big step," said lawyer Jonathan Goldstein. "We're all just trying to make an election."

Trump was not that cautious and insisted without evidence that his election was stolen, even when national election officials from both parties said there was no conspiracy.

On Wednesday, Trump targeted Philadelphia, the Democratic stronghold, which helped get President-elect Joe Biden above the 270 electoral college votes required to win the race. The president accused a local Republican election official, Al Schmidt, of "ignoring a mountain of corruption and dishonesty". Twitter added a label saying the election fraud lawsuit is controversial.

Trump loyalists have filed at least 15 legal suits in Pennsylvania alone to try to win back the state's 20 electoral votes. There is action in Georgia, Arizona, Nevada and Michigan as well.

In court, his lawyers have to draw a delicate line between advocating their client and keeping their professional oath.

Legal ethicists and pro-democracy activists have questioned attorney involvement in this search as Trump holds power and President-elect Joe Biden works out his agenda.

"This may be an attempt to appease the ego-chief, but there are real consequences for real people that arise from it," said Justin Levitt, professor at Loyola Law School, a former Justice Department electoral officer. & # 39; Trying to calm the president's ego is not a victimless crime.

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