Federal Election Commission Chairman Trey Trainor came forward this week to make a stunning announcement.
Trainor stated that the Trump campaign is, in fact, bringing “legitimate accusations” to the court over alleged voter fraud.
In Pennsylvania alone, Trainor said this could impact up to and possibly more than 100,000 ballots.
The most telling evidence presented by Rudy Giuliani thus far has been a stack of affidavits.
Even though only a handful have been made public, both Giuliani and Sidney Powell, Trump’s top two attorneys working for the campaign, have maintained they have mountains of evidence.
After significant pushback by Republicans, Powell has stated that this information will all soon be available online.
Those affidavits are what Trainor was focused on, stating, “What I would be concerned with, if I were on the other side of these election contests that are going on around the country, is that if you look at the level of evidence that has been provided by these affidavits — hundreds of affidavits that corroborate events that have happened on the ground — in a summary judgment phase of these cases, you have to take the evidence of the plaintiff as being true.
“The court has to take the evidence of the plaintiff as being true and see whether or not the other side can make a case against it.
“So, the massive amounts of affidavits that we see in these cases show that there was in fact fraud that took place. And the other side really needs to answer these questions.”
Reversing the Election
The Biden campaign, of course, has pushed back and along with Democrats, wants everyone to believe this was the most secure election in the history of the country.
The irregularities we have seen so far easily show that is not the case, far from it.
While we have yet to see the content and charges within the affidavits, those that have are gaining confidence they can flip this election if these cases are judged honestly.
The Trump campaign is now being joined in pressure to challenge the results of the election in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society.
If these cases have merit, which many now believe they do, they will more than likely end up before the Supreme Court, which will not be good news for Joe Biden.
Source: Just the News