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They must think we are braindead folks,
Every reader here at WLT has been keeping up with us, as we bring you more reports of voter fraud and election misconduct by democrats.
This time reports are coming from Pennsylvania, where doors were locked, witnesses were barred from entering, and votes went 100% to Biden.
I mean come on!! 100%?!
DO THEY THINK WE ARE STUPID?!
I will tell you right now that not I, nor anyone else reading this is. And no one on President Trump’s team is, including former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Giuliani and the Trump campaign team are filing a lawsuit against Pennsylvania on Monday alleging claims of widespread election fraud in the state.
Check it out:
The Gateway Pundit had more on the store here:
Rudy explained how Democrats in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia violated federal law. In Pennsylvania alone the Democrats locked the doors from ballot inspectors for several hours while they counted 400,000 votes for Joe Biden.
The Trump campaign is not conceding.
The Philadelphia Inquirer also had this to say:
“We have enough to change Pennsylvania,” he said. “The Pennsylvania election was a disaster."
Giuliani said there were voting issues in as many as 10 states. “This was a national plan by Democrats,” he told interviewer Maria Bartiromo on her Sunday Morning Futures show.
He also said the brief would argue that improper counts in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh meant the statewide count violated requirements under the U.S. Constitution for equal protection under the law — an argument that Giuliani noted was advanced by President George W. Bush in the 2000 legal war that won Bush the presidency.
In all, Giuliani said, the Trump lawyers had as many as 50 or 60 witnesses across the state ready to testify to wrongdoing, including an allegation that corrupt election workers had backdated late ballots to make sure they counted. In the only specific examples, he cited three GOP vote monitors who accompanied him to a news conference in Philadelphia on Saturday and described their experiences trying to observe the counting process.
In coming days, Giuliani told Fox News, the Trump campaign would also bring similar lawsuits in other states, possibly including Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada and Georgia.
As for Trump, Giuliani said, “At this point, it would be wrong for him to concede.”