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A former top adviser to Trump said time is running out to provide evidence to support claims of election fraud.

 

On Saturday, the Associated Press and other media outlets said former Vice President Joe Biden had won enough electoral college votes to be the next president. Lawyers representing Trump’s re-election campaign have fired off a number of legal challenges to the results, none of which have resulted in votes being thrown out.

 

“Allegations are not enough, and everybody knows this,” said Mick Mulvaney, former acting White House chief of staff and director of the Office of Management and Budget, in an interview with Yahoo Finance Live. Lawyers “have to put up or shut up on the evidence for the lawsuits. You can’t go out on TV and say, ‘they’re stealing the election,’ and not back that up with facts.”

Suits have been filed in five states alleging various ballot and voting irregularities; several cases have been thrown out. On Monday, the Trump campaign filed suits to try to stop election officials from certifying results in Michigan and Pennsylvania, claiming fraud.

According to the latest ballot count, Biden was ahead by 47,525 votes in Pennsylvania and by 146,123 in Michigan, with 99% tallied in both states.

 

“There are small instances of voter fraud in elections,” said Mulvaney. “It’s in the single digits sometimes, but it doesn’t move elections typically to 30,000 or 40,000 people. The difficulty is that so many people voted by mail, and it’s hard to grasp how many votes are still out there remaining to be counted.”

 

In March, Trump replaced Mulvaney with Mark Meadows as White House chief of staff. Mulvaney, who recently participated in the Greenwich Economic Forum, is currently serving as the United States Special Envoy to Northern Ireland, and co-founded a hedge fund, Exegis Capital.

 

Trump has made numerous unsubstantiated claims about election fraud in a steady stream of tweets and public comments over the past week, including the following Tuesday morning:

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3 minutes ago, benson13 said:

A former top adviser to Trump said time is running out to provide evidence to support claims of election fraud.

 

On Saturday, the Associated Press and other media outlets said former Vice President Joe Biden had won enough electoral college votes to be the next president. Lawyers representing Trump’s re-election campaign have fired off a number of legal challenges to the results, none of which have resulted in votes being thrown out.

 

“Allegations are not enough, and everybody knows this,” said Mick Mulvaney, former acting White House chief of staff and director of the Office of Management and Budget, in an interview with Yahoo Finance Live. Lawyers “have to put up or shut up on the evidence for the lawsuits. You can’t go out on TV and say, ‘they’re stealing the election,’ and not back that up with facts.”

Suits have been filed in five states alleging various ballot and voting irregularities; several cases have been thrown out. On Monday, the Trump campaign filed suits to try to stop election officials from certifying results in Michigan and Pennsylvania, claiming fraud.

According to the latest ballot count, Biden was ahead by 47,525 votes in Pennsylvania and by 146,123 in Michigan, with 99% tallied in both states.

 

“There are small instances of voter fraud in elections,” said Mulvaney. “It’s in the single digits sometimes, but it doesn’t move elections typically to 30,000 or 40,000 people. The difficulty is that so many people voted by mail, and it’s hard to grasp how many votes are still out there remaining to be counted.”

 

In March, Trump replaced Mulvaney with Mark Meadows as White House chief of staff. Mulvaney, who recently participated in the Greenwich Economic Forum, is currently serving as the United States Special Envoy to Northern Ireland, and co-founded a hedge fund, Exegis Capital.

 

Trump has made numerous unsubstantiated claims about election fraud in a steady stream of tweets and public comments over the past week, including the following Tuesday morning:

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23 minutes ago, benson13 said:

A former top adviser to Trump said time is running out to provide evidence to support claims of election fraud.

 

On Saturday, the Associated Press and other media outlets said former Vice President Joe Biden had won enough electoral college votes to be the next president. Lawyers representing Trump’s re-election campaign have fired off a number of legal challenges to the results, none of which have resulted in votes being thrown out.

 

“Allegations are not enough, and everybody knows this,” said Mick Mulvaney, former acting White House chief of staff and director of the Office of Management and Budget, in an interview with Yahoo Finance Live. Lawyers “have to put up or shut up on the evidence for the lawsuits. You can’t go out on TV and say, ‘they’re stealing the election,’ and not back that up with facts.”

Suits have been filed in five states alleging various ballot and voting irregularities; several cases have been thrown out. On Monday, the Trump campaign filed suits to try to stop election officials from certifying results in Michigan and Pennsylvania, claiming fraud.

According to the latest ballot count, Biden was ahead by 47,525 votes in Pennsylvania and by 146,123 in Michigan, with 99% tallied in both states.

 

“There are small instances of voter fraud in elections,” said Mulvaney. “It’s in the single digits sometimes, but it doesn’t move elections typically to 30,000 or 40,000 people. The difficulty is that so many people voted by mail, and it’s hard to grasp how many votes are still out there remaining to be counted.”

 

In March, Trump replaced Mulvaney with Mark Meadows as White House chief of staff. Mulvaney, who recently participated in the Greenwich Economic Forum, is currently serving as the United States Special Envoy to Northern Ireland, and co-founded a hedge fund, Exegis Capital.

 

Trump has made numerous unsubstantiated claims about election fraud in a steady stream of tweets and public comments over the past week, including the following Tuesday morning:

another ignoramus that refuses to see the evidence.

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Presidential election was honest, report international observers invited by the Trump administration

International election experts invited by the Trump administration to observe the U.S. election last week issued a preliminary report that found no evidence of the widespread fraud alleged by President Trump.

 

The State Department invited a 28-member delegation from the Organization of American States, which has reported on elections around the world, to observe the voting in the U.S. on Nov. 3.

 

Members of the OAS team were sent to battleground states such as Michigan and Georgia, where the Trump campaign has filed lawsuits alleging voter fraud, and noted in the report that it had “not directly observed any serious irregularities that call into question the results so far.”

 

“On Election Day, the members of the Mission were present at polling places in Georgia, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan and the District of Columbia, and observed the process from the opening of the polling centers through to the close of polls and the deposit of voting materials with the appropriate local authorities,” the report states. “Members of the Mission also visited tabulations centers to observe the tallying of result. In the jurisdictions that it observed, the Mission found that the day progressed in a peaceful manner.”

 

The report did find “clear examples of intimidation of electoral officials” — by Trump supporters in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Arizona who unsuccessfully sought to halt the counting of votes.

 

The report also took aim at Trump himself for statements questioning the legitimacy of the vote, claiming that Democrats were trying to “steal” the election.

 

“In his statement the Republican candidate cast further aspersions on the US electoral process, stating that ‘This is a case where they’re trying to steal an election. They’re trying to rig an election and we can’t let that happen.’ The OAS observers deployed in the battleground states of Michigan and Georgia did not witness any of the aforementioned irregularities,” the report states.

 

While the report notes that it supported the right for Trump to “seek redress” in the courts for questionable election practices, it warns against promoting “unsubstantiated or harmful speculation.”

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a forensic team retrieved files from  the computer data storage for the election and ran a few programs.

Hammer and Scorecard at work.

The match up with video evidence of disappearing votes for Trump and magically appearing votes for Biden.

  

Dominion Voting Systems :

    Pennsylvania : Switched : 220,883 Lost Votes : 941,248
    New Jersey : Switched : 80,242 Lost Votes : 20
    Florida : Switched : 21,422 Lost Votes : 456
    Michigan : Switched : 20,213 Lost Votes : 21,882
    New York : Switched : 18,124 Lost Votes : 623,213
    Georgia : Switched : 17,407 Lost Votes : 33,574
    Ohio : Switched : 14,965 Lost Votes : 5,102
    Virginia : Switched : 12,163 Lost Votes : 789,023
    California : Switched : 7,701 Lost Votes : 10,989
    Arizona : Switched : 4,492 Lost Votes : 0
    Minnesota : Switched : 2,766 Lost Votes : 195,650
    Tennessee : Switched : 2,330 Lost Votes : 0
    Louisiana : Switched : 2,322 Lost Votes : 0
    Illinois : Switched : 2,166 Lost Votes : 54,730
    Wisconsin : Switched : 2,078 Lost Votes : 3,408

    Wisconsin : Switched : 2,078 Lost Votes : 3,408

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On 11/11/2020 at 5:16 AM, FivebyFive said:

All former Trump admin employees are douchebags according to Trump Defenders

 

No, they are douchebags according to their own ANTI-Trumpism which finally was exposed/unmask when President Trump purged them from The White House. 

 

So the only FoolbyFool here is, you, by posting remarks from bitter disgruntled fools then trying to pretend that they come with some credibility ---just because they have fueled your deranged, lunatic anti-Trumpism energy.

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