Mounds of evidence suggest widespread election fraud in Michigan, Pennsylvania


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(Natural News) The Trump campaign is just getting started in its pursuit of justice concerning the election outcome.

While the mainstream media has long since declared Joe Biden to be the new president-elect, the nation’s courts have yet to even look at the evidence put forth by President Trump and his team of lawyers, which is growing daily.

During a conference call, Trump campaign attorney Matt Morgan told reporters that a lawsuit has been filed in Michigan to stop the state from certifying its results until it can be verified that all counted votes were cast lawfully.

The suit came after Shiawassee County polls suddenly showed Biden with a 200,000-point lead over Trump, which officials there later attributed to a “typo.”

Other lawsuits have also been filed in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania, Nevada and Georgia, all of which were similarly plagued with “irregularities” that scream of election fraud.

According to White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, there are now more than 234 pages’ worth of sworn affidavits from people in Wayne County, Mich., alone who say they personally witnessed fraud taking place at the ballot counting centers.

In one case, a poll worker observed a batch of ballot in which a full 60 percent all had the same signature. In another case, 35 ballots had no associated voter record, and yet were tabulated as valid.

We also reported about cases in which poll workers in Michigan were caught creating fake names for ballots so people who had already voted could vote a second time under a different monicker.

McEnany appeared alongside Republican National Committee (RNC) head Ronna McDaniel on Sean Hannity’s show just one day after Fox News cut away from their briefing.

“There is only one party in America that opposes voter ID; one party in America that opposes verifying signatures, citizenship, residency, eligibility,” McEnany stated during the segment.

“There is only one party in America trying to keep observers out of the count room and that party, my friend, is the Democrat Party.”

Trump encourages whistleblowers to come forward and reveal the truth

In Pennsylvania, U.S. Postal Service (USPS) whistleblower Richard Hopkins confirmed that late ballots in the Keystone State were illegally backdated to suggest that they came in on time and should be counted.

Hopkins was later interrogated by USPS Inspector General Russell Strasser, who tried to psychologically manipulate him into believing that his own story was fabricated. Hopkins stood his ground, however, even in the face of fake news from The Washington Post falsely claiming that Hopkins had recanted his earlier allegation in a sworn affidavit.

Hopkins later came out to blast the Post for lying about him, and he plans to unveil even more revelations on Nov. 12.

Meanwhile, President Trump took to Twitter to praise Hopkins for his courage in coming forward. Trump called Hopkins a “brave patriot” and encouraged others like him with critical information to do the right thing and support the election integrity movement.

According to Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer, the president will almost certainly win the states of Michigan and Pennsylvania once the dust settles.

Giuliani promised on Wednesday to release shocking evidence of election fraud that will invalidate “hundreds of thousands of fraudulent ballots in the Western District of Michigan.”

“First PA, then Michigan will go to Trump,” Giuliani tweeted. “Affidavits will be published tomorrow. You will be shocked,” he added, adding that the most shocking evidence of fraud will come out of Detroit, Milwaukee, and Philadelphia.

There is a whole lot more to come in this election saga, so be sure to stay tuned at Trump.news.

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