At a press conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, President Donald Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, noted that election fraud there is handled by professionals. He issued a statement on behalf of the Trump campaign on Saturday to describe the extremely troubling election rigging situation which affects several states.
Fraud exposed by poll watchers
In a press conference videoed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, only moments after the biased network news declared Joe Biden as the winner, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani explained a situation “extremely troubling” for the “commonwealth of Pennsylvania and for a number of other states,” promising to file federal election lawsuits Monday. “Philadelphia is a professional place for voter fraud because you have a decrepit Democratic machine in power for 60 years.”
A group of about 5 poll watchers accompanied Giuliani on stage, representing a total of around 60 who have already filed statements and affidavits confirming specific instances of ballot fraud. Philadelphia has a lurid and well documented history of election rigging.
This year, Giuliani pointed out, “Joe Frazier is still voting here, kind of hard since he died, but Joe continues to vote.” Not only that, “Will Smith’s father has voted twice since he died. I don’t know how he votes because his vote is secret.
In Philadelphia, they keep the votes of dead people secret. At least that is something you can be commended for.”
Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s campaign manager, also had some interesting things to say about one voter fraud incident in specific. He held up “an obituary listed for a woman in Allegheny County, born 1926, deceased 10/22/2020.”
Her ballot was “received back at the county office on November 22, 2020. And you go to the secretary of state’s web site, it said she voted in this election effective November 2, 2020, a full nine days after she passed away.”
That’s what poll watchers are for
The Pennsylvania poll watchers can’t tell how many dead people voted because they weren’t allowed to look. That’s not normal. The typical way it’s done, with absentee ballots, is “take out the absentee ballot, open it up, the republican looks at it, the democrat looks at it, if anyone objects, you put it aside.”
Some of the ballots the poll watchers saw “looked suspicious. From very far away, they look like the same pen, possibly the same handwriting.” That would be fraud. A similar situation happened in Pittsburgh and one other PA precinct. “As a friend of mine says,” Giuliani noted, “I don’t believe in conspiracies but I also don’t believe in coincidences.”
“We were deprived of the right to inspect if a single one of those ballots is legitimate. That is unheard of, illegal, unconstitutional, and we will be bringing action challenging that.” Republicans don’t have much faith in the state prosecuting the fraud on their own. “The crime goes through the roof. You have a mayor that lets them stand by and watch it. District attorney lets people go free.”
That is not a good combination. “You have got a political machine, mayors who let riots take place, district attorneys who set criminals free, I don’t think they will care much about ballot fraud. This is outrageous and an enormously important contest with a very, very suspect method of voting. There was no security, zero. The people of this city, people of this country have no assurance at all but those ballots were actually cast.”