As evidence of mass election interference and voter fraud keeps being uncovered, a top lawyer has tweeted a link to an archive for people to both submit and review evidence of “irregularities” in the disputed 2020 election.
Lawyer Tweets Important Information
Robert Barnes is a famed constitutional, civil rights and tax attorney. Currently, HereIsTheEvidence.com has 69 different instances of election irregulates. The site is very well organized and has ranked the incidents by “Significance” and “Admissibility Level.”
— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) November 16, 2020
The purpose of the site is stated:
Due to the irregularity of this current 2020 Presidential Election, this is a crowdsourcing tool for organizing anomalies and legal issues. Our desire is that more of the election process would be made transparent so there would be unquestionable confidence in our voting systems.
This is for aggregating publicly available items of evidence that would be admissible in court, not general election news stories or updates.
The Trump Campaign Unleashes the Kraken
The Trump Campaign is in the process of filing lawsuits in several states sue to for serious voter fraud that has occurred. It ranges from video evidence of Republican poll watchers being turned away, witness accounts of ballot stuffing and statistical anomalies that plagued the 2020 election.
A top lawyer for Donald Trump, Sidney Powell, has stated that there is overwhelming evidence of voter fraud and thinks several states’ results will be overturned.
Joe Biden received a huge comeback in many swing-states and the numbers he received don’t make logical sense.
Democrats Don’t Want the Truth
Democrats and the mainstream fake news media have demanded President Donald Trump concede the race. They also want the investigation into voter fraud to be stopped. Wonder why…
However, as the National file previously reported, that is a reversal from their position in a North Carolina election fraud case in 2018.
While the lawyer Barnes tweeted the link of the archive, it is not clear who owns the website of archives.