By: Amy Jo Underwood
Rudy Giuliani, as well as other attorneys on President Trump's legal team, held a press conference on Thursday, stating that there was a "centralized" plan to interfere with the 2020 Presidential Election. The Trump campaign has continued to take legal action, and has stated that they will fight for election integrity all the way to the Supreme Court.
In a press conference a few days ago, Rudy Giuliani stated that there was a pattern across states showing suspicious activity in the same manner in each city. He asserted that this consistent pattern showed that there was an intentional, centralized plan across the country. Giuliani said that the voter fraud cases were centralized in large, Democrat-run cities.
According to the Washington Times, President Trump's attorneys stated that over two dozen states used a machine that was manipulated to discard votes for Trump and keep votes for Biden.
During an update on the status of legal battles in various states, Giuliani stated that there are enough disputed ballots in three swing states to potentially flip the projected win in Trump's favor. Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin are among the key states where the Trump campaign is calling for a recount and litigation.
While Trump'sl legal team continues to speak of voter fraud, and has taken action in multiple states, the media continues to state that concrete details about the suspicious ballot activity have not been provided to the public. Giuliani stated that details and evidence must first be presented to the court.
"We've got to continue fighting this, and the federal courts are the path, hopefully up to the Supreme Court, because voter fraud is real, and they seized on a pandemic and created an electoral epidemic -- one that was inexcusable, a system that should never have happened." - Kayleigh McEnany, White House Press Secretary, Fox News.
"What we are really dealing with here, and uncovering more by the day, is the massive influence of communist money through Venezuela, Cuba, and likely China, in the interference with our elections here in the United States." - Sydney Powell, attorney to Trump.
Amy Jo Underwood writes from Alabama