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Since Election Day, the campaign has sued Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania — battleground states where the margins were razor thin or the election results are still outstanding. The lawsuits have largely focused on disqualifying ballots or preventing vote counts from continuing, but the claims have so far lacked evidence.

 

“All four of the lawsuits that the Trump administration has filed in our state have been thrown out that I have been participating in,” explained Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford. “They continue to come with frivolous, baseless claims of speculation about voter fraud that's widespread, that ostensibly is changing the results of the election. And we continue to get them tossed out of court.”

 

One allegation the Trump campaign makes is that dead people voted in the election, said Ford, “but they've not filed a complaint with my office. They continue to operate through the media as a PR stunt to blow up my timeline on Twitter to make it appear as though we're not doing our job, when the fact is, they have not presented a complaint with us that we can even verify, let alone investigate.”

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, FivebyFive said:

306 to 232  I messed up MO

Your map needs to be updated there little commie rat. GA, PA, Wisconsin, AZ have not finished counting yet and Biden is backing up.

 

 

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2 hours ago, benson13 said:

Try 318 to 214

 

 

Since Election Day, the campaign has sued Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania — battleground states where the margins were razor thin or the election results are still outstanding. The lawsuits have largely focused on disqualifying ballots or preventing vote counts from continuing, but the claims have so far lacked evidence.

 

“All four of the lawsuits that the Trump administration has filed in our state have been thrown out that I have been participating in,” explained Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford. “They continue to come with frivolous, baseless claims of speculation about voter fraud that's widespread, that ostensibly is changing the results of the election. And we continue to get them tossed out of court.”

 

One allegation the Trump campaign makes is that dead people voted in the election, said Ford, “but they've not filed a complaint with my office. They continue to operate through the media as a PR stunt to blow up my timeline on Twitter to make it appear as though we're not doing our job, when the fact is, they have not presented a complaint with us that we can even verify, let alone investigate.”

 

 

 

 

that's pretty lame when they can't verify if some one is dead.

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