President Trump is planning to revive the large-scale rallies that marked his run for president, but these will focus on his “ongoing litigation.” when he challenged the results of last week’s election.
According to an Axios report and endorsed by Fox News, Trump’s campaign plans to take a less traditional path to challenge the election’s outcome, including holding “a series of rallies. Trump’s “focuses on ongoing legal efforts in many states across the country.”
Along with the protests, Trump is also planning to use obituaries of people believed to have voted but actually died as evidence of voter fraud he has claimed. The campaign is also sending inventory groups to Georgia, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, with Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., Conducting the effort in Peach State.
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Trump has promised legal action in the coming days as he refuses to admit his loss to Biden, making a positive move for donors to help fund any court fights. judgment. Trump and his campaign leveled off allegations of large-scale voter fraud in Pennsylvania and other states that broke for Biden, so far without proof.
Despite these efforts, Trump aides and allies have privately admitted that legal battles ̵1; at best – will prevent the inevitable, and some have wary. is reserved on the president’s efforts to reduce confidence in the vote. But they say Trump and a core group of allies are aiming to keep loyal supporters on their side even if they fail.
In the memory never had a presidential election so popularly accused of conspiracy fraud.
Shortly after the AP called a Biden race, Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani stood in front of a campaign banner posted on the door of a landscape company’s garage in Philadelphia, near a cremation center and a book store. for the adult named “Fantasy Island”, with some following the poll claiming they were held too far to check if anything was inaccurate. I said.
“We have no way of knowing, because we have been stripped of the right to check ballots,” he said.
During Fox News’s Sunday Morning Futures Sunday, Giuliani said two additional lawsuits were being drafted, in addition to the existing one in Pennsylvania.
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Later this week, Giuliani predicts the campaign will file “four or five lawsuits”, for a possible total of 10 lawsuits. Republican lawyers scheduled a press conference on Monday to announce additional litigation.
Voter fraud is extremely rare and when it happens, people are often arrested and prosecuted and it doesn’t change the outcome of the election. Usually, it involves someone wanting to honor the wishes of a loved one who has just passed away and knowingly or not committing crimes by filling out that ballot.
Trump’s campaign officials also allege that more than 21,000 people have been named dead in Pennsylvania. The claims stemmed from a lawsuit filed by a conservative legal group against the US Secretary of State, accusing her of making about 21,000 residents presumed dead on the electoral roll.
The federal judge in the case, John Jones, said he doubted the claims. He said the Public Interest Legal Organization made requests to the court to accept that someone died on the electoral roll, and he asked for evidence and questioned why they waited until ” eleven “to file a lawsuit.
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But even with those 21,000 votes left aside, Biden still leads the state with more than 20,000 votes, according to AP data.
The Trump administration has pushed back the allegations of widespread voter fraud and illegal voting even though it did not mention Trump as the one making the allegations. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency, the federal agency that oversees US election security, also noted that local election offices have measures that “cause fraud through ballots. fake is very difficult to happen “.
Top election officials in battlefield states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Nevada – both Republicans and Democrats – said they did not see anomalies in popular vote, no cases of fraud fraud or illegal activity.
Fox News’s Kristen Fisher and The Associated Press contributed to this report.