Legal challenges to the 2020 presidential election in battleground states like Michigan are underway amid serious charges that officials accepted late ballots.
While some claims remain unverified, others include video evidence and testimonials from individuals with firsthand knowledge of the voting process, as James O’Keefe details in the latest Project Veritas exposé:
The Trump campaign has already sued to stop vote counting in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Campaign manager Bill Stepien told reporters yesterday that the president plans to seek a recount in Wisconsin, which he lost by 20,000 votes according to the latest figures.
Besides contested mail and absentee ballots, video footage from vote counting facilities has evoked outrage. They portray a process representing the anthesis of transparency and, at least in one case, election officials appearing to throw ballots away. It’s dubious they were counted, but even if they were the law states all federal election ballots must be kept for 22 months:
The final result remains murky in the remaining undecided states. In Pennsylvania, President Trump has a 2.1 point lead, with 91% of the vote counted. In North Carolina, which American Action News has called for Trump, the commander-in-chief leads by 1.4 points, with more than 95% of the vote counted. In Georgia, which we’ve also labeled for Trump at this point, the president has a 0.4 percent edge over Joe Biden, with 95% of the vote recorded. Trump trails in Arizona by 2.4 points, with 14% of the vote still outstanding. Finally, we come to Nevada, where the president remains behind Biden by 0.6 points with 25% of the vote still uncounted.
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