A Nevada judge has set a court date for next week to determine the veracity of systemic voter fraud claims based on the evidence thus far. (The Epoch Times)
First Judicial District Court Judge James Russell set a Dec. 3 evidentiary hearing in the case, which is being presented by President Donald Trump’s campaign.
Up to 15 witnesses may be deposed in the case, the judge said on Tuesday.
“The complaint is kind of a very limited nature, challenging basically the machine used in Clark County,” Russell said, the Nevada Independent reported. Jesse Binnall, a Trump campaign lawyer, said the complaint is “far from the main meat of our challenge” and that evidence will come from deposed witnesses.
“We will have whistleblower testimony showing that overnight, the disks that were used to hold votes would magically have votes appear and reappear on the same desk,” he added.
Since Election Day, the Trump campaign has argued that there are likely thousands of voter fraud cases in Nevada. They also claim if officials adequately investigate, their findings would reverse Joe Biden’s narrow victory there.
Nevada certified its general election results on Tuesday, formally awarding reported President-elect Biden its six electoral votes.