US election 2020: PA "election fraud" witness "RECANTS in full"



On Monday, the Trump campaign submitted its grand attempt to overturn all postal ballot papers in Pennsylvania, claiming that the Democratic and Republican counties did not administer them the same way; Cases of fraud; and these election observers could not see that they were being counted.

The case faces an uphill battle. The Supreme Court has already allowed postal ballot papers to be issued in Pennsylvania, and election observers' claim not seeing them counted had previously failed when a Trump attorney agreed last Friday that a "non-zero number" was given by Republicans had observed this count in Philadelphia.

The new lawsuit did not provide any actual evidence of fraud. It contained an allegation by an Erie postman that he had heard his superiors talk about illegal back-dating of ballot papers; He reportedly retracted that claim when questioned by U.S. Postal Inspectors.

Trump's campaign last Wednesday filed a motion to intervene in a pending US Supreme Court case contesting a state Supreme Court ruling that allowed election officials to count postal ballot papers postmarked by Tuesday election day and were delivered by Friday.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito ordered the state's electoral boards Friday night to separate postal ballot papers received after 8 p.m. EST on election day.

Pennsylvania election officials have said these ballots have already been separated.

The previously ruled judges did not have enough time to decide on the merits of the case before election day, but said they could re-examine it later.

Alito, along with fellow conservative judges Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch, said in a written statement that the Pennsylvania Court's decision is likely to violate the U.S. Constitution.

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Secretary Kathy Boockvar said late-arriving ballots made up a tiny fraction of the total vote in the state.

Rudy Giuliani on Saturday revealed a "witness" to his claims – a Republican election observer – but the man, Daryl Brooks, has not been included in any legal documents. He was previously convicted of exposing himself to underage girls.



Trump's election campaign said Saturday he had filed a lawsuit in Arizona alleging the state's most populous county falsely rejected the votes cast by some voters on election day.

The lawsuit, filed in Maricopa County Supreme Court, said poll workers told some voters to press a button after a machine found it was "overrated."

The campaign said the decision ignored the electoral choices made by voters in those races, and the lawsuit suggested that those votes could prove "determinant" for the outcome of the presidential race.

It is a modification of an earlier lawsuit that was filed and then withdrawn. She claimed Trump voters were given snipers to mark their ballot papers, claiming this made them more prone to failure. The Sharpie Gate claims actually have no basis, says Arizona's foreign minister.



A voter, a member of the media and two candidate campaigns sued Nevada's secretaries of state and other officials for preventing the use of a signature verification system in populous Clark County and giving the public access to vote counting.

A federal judge denied the request on Friday, saying there was no evidence that the county was doing anything illegal.

No new lawsuits have been filed so far.

Trump campaign officials have also alleged evidence that non-residents voted but did not sue.



The Trump campaign on Wednesday filed a lawsuit in Chatham County's state court alleging late-arriving ballots were improperly mixed with valid ballot papers and asked a judge to separate late-arriving ballots rather than count them.

The case was dismissed on Thursday. No new lawsuits were filed. The state will retell.

Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue urged the GOP Secretary of State to abandon claims that there were electoral irregularities on Monday. They didn't offer any evidence and he scoffed, "That won't happen."



Trump filed a federal lawsuit on Monday

A witness – possibly ill-treated by Trump's attorneys – alleged they learned from someone else that mysterious ballot papers had arrived late on unstated vehicles and that they were all for Biden; that they had seen voters being trained to vote for Biden; and that they were told to process ballot papers without checks.

This included election monitors and "challengers" who said they couldn't get close enough to see what was happening.

A federal judge has not yet given an answer on when and how it will be examined.

Trump's election campaign last Wednesday filed a lawsuit in Michigan to stop the state's vote count. The lawsuit alleged that campaign observers were denied "meaningful access" to counting ballot papers and access to surveillance video of ballot boxes.

On Thursday, Michigan Court of Claims judge Cynthia Stephens dismissed the case, saying there was no legal basis or evidence to stop the vote and petition.


The U.S. Postal Service said that in Pennsylvania, about 1,700 ballot papers were identified in processing plants during two rounds on Thursday that were being delivered to election officials, according to a court filed early Friday.

The Postal Service said 1,076 ballots were found at its Philadelphia Processing and Distribution Center. Approximately 300 were found at the Pittsburgh processing center, 266 at a Lehigh Valley facility, and others at other Pennsylvania processing centers.

Washington District Judge Emmet Sullivan is overseeing a lawsuit from Vote Forward, NAACP supporters, and the Latino community.

Sullivan ordered sweeps twice a day on Thursday from postal services that serve states with extended deadlines for receiving ballots.

The judge plans to hold a status conference on Monday.