Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani goes no-holds-barred during a press conference as he details fraudulent acts in the elections.
Some things or rather the votes didn’t add up as the number began to go in favor of Biden moments after the Republicans were denied to observe vote counting. President Trump might have won Ohio, but a late-night “ballot dump” collectively went for Joe Biden over the president in Wisconsin and Michigan.
In response, President Trump’s campaign vowed to challenge and fight back the doubtful election results.
On Wednesday, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani blasted the media and the leftists in their attempt to steal election 2020.
“We were supposed to be allowed by law to observe the counting of ballots,” Giuliani began. He said, “to observe” means “being able to look at it.” However, the observers were allowed only 20-30 feet away, and not a single Republican was able to ‘look’ at the mail-in ballots.
Giuliani argued the ballots weren’t seen by the campaign if properly postmarked, addressed, or signed, which often lead to disqualification of the count. The unobserved counting of ballots went on for 20 hours.
“They could be from Mars. They could be from the Democratic National Committee. Joe Biden could have voted 50 times or 5,000 times,” Giuliani continued.
In Wisconsin, 120,000 ballots “mysteriously” appeared at dawn. The former mayor questions the veracity of these ballots since the Republican observers were not allowed to see them.
Giuliano said similar situations occurred in Arizona, Nevada, and Michigan.
The law allows one representative of both parties to observe the ballots. The observers make certain if the ballots are properly signed with signature outside, properly postmarked, and properly addressed.
“We never got a chance to look at not a single one of them,” Giuliani said to the media.
President Trump has been arguing since early this year of the easy manipulations on mail-in ballots. He has repeatedly warned that the mail-in ballot scheme is very prone to fraudulence.
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