But up to now, anyway, what used to count as sworn witness testimony no longer does in courts of law being asked to examine the Trump campaign’s wealth of evidence that vote fraud on an Olympic scale took place on Election Day and in the days that followed.
Still, the president’s legal team is not giving up and has filed a new legal action in Georgia alleging that tens of thousands of votes were illegally cast or were fraudulent on their face.
The evidence the legal team presented to the court was summarized by Tea Party co-founder Jenny Beth Martin on Twitter.
“Trump Campaign lawsuit in GA is now available online. It consists of 1585 pages outlining significant evidence of fraud. Here are some key points: 2,560 felons voted; 66,247 underage voters; 2,423 votes from people not registered; 1,043 individuals registered at PO boxes,” she wrote.
Continuing, Martin said, “4,926 individuals who voted in Georgia after registering in another state; 395 individuals who voted in two states; 15,700 votes from people who moved out of state before the election; 40,279 votes of people who moved without re-registering in their new county.
“30,000 - 40,000 absentee ballots lacking proper signature matching and verification; The lawsuit also outlines violations of over 30 Georgia laws/codes and includes affidavits. This is massive!” Martin concluded, adding a link to the suit — which anyone (including the left-wing rag reporters who continue to screech ‘there’s no evidence of voter fraud!’) can click and read.
So far, the Trump campaign hasn’t had much court success, but that’s generally because most courts have simply refused to accept the witness affidavits as being valid. It’s like these judges are programmed to believe that nothing that is being alleged could ever happen in America, though the evidence and analysis of the fraud is not only damning but compelling.
“We keep hearing the drumbeat of ‘Where is the evidence?’” White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany told Fox News’ Sean Hannity a week after the election, when the campaign already had hundreds of sworn affidavits.
And keep in mind, McEnany isn’t just a ‘spokeswoman’ for the Trump campaign or the White House: She has a law degree from Harvard University (she also attended Oxford and Georgetown universities) and she knows what a signed affidavit is and represents.
But since then, the campaign has suffered one court defeat after another — because judges have been too cowardly to consider the evidence. It makes you wonder if the next time these same judges oversee a trial they will toss out the sworn in-person witness testimony because it would be the same thing they’re doing to the evidence presented by the president’s legal team. And while many of them decry “disenfranchising” millions of voters in any given state, by allowing the fraud they are disenfranchising tens of millions of Americans who voted for the president. (Related: Ariz. Rep. Paul Gosar asks if America is witnessing “coup d’tat” as deep state steals 2020 election from Trump.)
Why doesn’t that count for something?
Are these judges more afraid of the left than they are the right? If so, is it time for the right to change that dynamic?
Americans who support the president have not taken to the streets to do violence and mete out destruction; the left does that. But if Joe Biden winds up stealing this election that might just change and in a quick minute. Because the right might just decide that if they can’t trust the last bastion of liberty — voting — we don’t have a functional country anymore.
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