White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany presented two hundred thirty-four pages of affidavits on Fox News last Tuesday, claiming that these are proofs that there was an election fraud that took place. She also listed new cases that the Trump campaign has uncovered.
McEnany appeared in her personal capacity after the network cut her away, maintaining that they could not air her fraud claims since they were unsubstantiated.
Despite being cut off, however, she was still given free reign last Tuesday to reveal her list of allegations. Both McEnany and RNC Chair Ronna McDaniels promised that they would continue their election contest until the end.
In addition to McEnany’s claims, McDaniel also revealed that they have already received 11,000 fraud cases attested by witnesses. These statements were then compiled and turned into 500 affidavits so far while slowly working to verify their claims.
Meanwhile, former RNC Chair Reince Priebus warned Hannity that they must use logic to continue to fight for an appeal. Priebus said that they should stop trying to challenge a small number of ballots in states where their loss was far more numerous.
The 234 pages that McEnany presented were said to come from Wayne County, Michigan, and displayed them as proof of the numerous occasions that there was voting fraud. She also criticized the media and accused them of ignoring these kinds of types of reports.
McEnany was quoted saying, “We keep hearing the drumbeat of where is the evidence but right here 234 pages of sworn affidavits, from real people, real allegations, signed with notaries,”
WATCH: @kayleighmcenany runs through the shocking allegations of voter irregularities revealed in 234 pages of signed and sworn affidavits.
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In addition to this, the White House press secretary also said that in one county in Michigan, in one batch of ballots, 60% of them had the same signature, and 35 ballots had no voter record, yet they were still counted. McEnany added that 50 ballots were also run multiple times in the counting machines.
In one account, there was a woman who said that her son was already deceased and yet his name still appeared on a ballot.
McEnant said, “This is one county where our poll watchers were threatened with racial harassment, pushed out of the way, and Democratic challengers were handing out documents saying how to distract GOP challengers.”
Trump campaign filed a lawsuit in Michigan
In relation to this, the Trump campaign filed a lawsuit in Michigan last Monday on the grounds that their poll watchers and challengers were not allowed to get close enough to see the counting of votes and watch what’s happening.
McDaniels supported these allegations and reiterated the statements given by poll watchers in Michigan, saying that they were driven out of the room, making it hard for Republicans to know what happened to the votes cast after they left the polling station.
However, the case was dismissed immediately a day after the judge ruled that there is no legal basis to support such a claim.
Despite the judge ruling that there was not enough evidence to support the case, a similar account in Detroit was also brought forward by McDaniels, saying that there are mail-in ballots brought in the middle of the night, so no one can see what’s happening.
McDaniel asked, “If you have nothing to hide, why are you kicking out people out?”
Moreover, she also accused the election of being “rigged” from the start and that the media is contributing to this. She said that the Republicans were kicked out, and the media is rigging it again by saying that they will not listen to these stories, validate the 11,000 incident reports, and 500 affidavits that talk about these accounts testified under oath.
She continued saying, “It is stealing when you validate a vote that shouldn’t be in. It’s stealing from a person.”
Despite all these, McDaniel urged Trump supporters to be patient for the long process, and the “canvassing is not yet done.”