Presidential son Donald Trump Jr. unveiled in Twitter that his father’s campaign uncovered seemingly several pieces of evidence of Democrat-vote fraudulence.
“When America sees everything we are uncovering, they will be disgusted, and even the media won’t be able to pretend voter fraud isn’t real. Ending this crap once and for all will be fundamental to preserving our republic and faith in democracy,” wrote the presidential son.
One America News Networks’ Chanel Rion reported about a top campaign’s claims about the election result. The evidence accumulating into Voter Fraud Hotline is allegedly overwhelming. The campaign legal team is setting to fight in the courts and are armed with incontrovertible evidence.
OANN said a Major Press Conference would be announced soon.
Allegations about election fraud and irregularities have sparked in several key cities. Thousands of illegal votes from dead people surfaced in Nevada.
Nevada GOP wrote in a Twitter post, “Our lawyers just sent a criminal referral to AG Barr regarding at least 3,062 instances of voter fraud.”
The GOP expects the number to increase substantially as thousands have been identified to have violated the law by voting in NV after moving out of the city.
“Of course, voter fraud is a serious federal felony, one that cuts to the heart of representative democracy,” read a letter from a Nevada law firm. The firm said that the allegations are serious and should not be taken lightly.
According to The Western Journal, the conservatives expect about 6,000 have voted after leaving the state. The Republicans have addressed the concern in a letter to another lawyer representing Clark County, including Las Vegas.
State Republicans further noted to have identified people under 18 casting mail-in ballots.
On Friday, the Decision Desk HQ called Pennsylvania for Joe Biden, ultimately putting him above the 270 electoral vote threshold. However, President Trump’s campaign immediately pushed back the call.
“This election is not over. The false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from final,” Matt Morgan, Trump campaign’s general counsel, said.
Morgan claimed that Georgia is headed for a recount. The state has allegedly improperly harvested ballots.
Morgan positively thinks at least three states would swing to Trump, and the president would eventually “win Arizona outright.”