Donald Trump's 234 pages of 'fraud' affidavits include unusual claims
Donald Trump’s 234 pages of ‘election fraud’ affidavits include Detroit poll watcher saying he thought military wouldn’t vote Biden and that ‘independent’ watchers were liberals and he knew because they wanted to work in Brooklyn
- Suit filed by Trump campaign in Michigan contains claim after claim from GOP poll watchers
- One said military ballots going to Joe Biden ‘stuck out’ to them because they believed military ‘tended to be more conservative
- The person could not ‘provide specific numbers or names’
- Another claimed independent poll watchers seemed ‘ideologically far-left’ and supported the proclaimed autonomous zone in Seattle
- They also ‘condoned’ crime and wanted to work in Brooklyn
- A witness in a Trump campaign Pennsylvania suit recanted his statement, and another brought forward turned out to be a convicted child sex offender
- Suits come as President Trump is refusing to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden, who leads by more than 200,000 votes in MI, WI, and PA
Sworn statements from a Donald Trump campaign lawsuit alleging vote fraud include complaints about military ballots going for Biden despite what one GOP poll watcher found ‘odd’ while also who shared suspicions about life choices of independent poll watchers.
Among the the things that tipped off the GOP poll watcher: the independents said they wanted to work in Brooklyn or expressed sympathy with protesters who declared an autonomous zone in Seattle.
‘As a final note, I did find it odd that, throughout the day/night, I saw a few dozen military ballots be counted,’ according to one affidavit accompanying the suit.
A lawsuit brought by President Donald Trump’s campaign includes by poll workers who wondered why so many military ballots were going to Joe Biden, and another who said so-called independent poll watchers talked about moving to Brooklyn
‘Although I cannot provide specific numbers or names, I can estimate that at least 80% of the military ballots I saw were straight ticket democrat or simply had Joe Biden’s name filled in on them. I had always been told that military personnel tended to be more conservative, so this stuck out to me as the day went on,’ GOP poll watcher Braden Gaicobazzi wrote.
Poll watchers were a frequent source of complaint. Election rules provide for observers from each party and independents, and there are repeated complaints from GOP observers that they were kept too far from the action.
Gaicobazzi wasn’t satisfied that the independents were truly independent.
‘I talked with several of these “independent” lawyers/law students at length in casual, friendly conversation and, based upon their answers to basic questions about the news, it was evident that EVERY single one of the lawyers/law students that I talked to was ideologically far-left, supported things like CHAZ/CHOP in Seattle and condoning the crime skyrocketing around the country or wanting to work in Brooklyn because they support ‘progressive’ changes to law to ‘not prosecute rioters,’ etc.’ according to an affidavit.
Although Brooklyn has developed a national reputation as a hipster enclave, it is a diverse borough of New York, a city that has nearly 3 million registered Republicans. Independents recently surpassed registered Republicans there, NY1 reported, with Democrats still the dominant force to the tune of about 6 million.
A Braden Gaicobazzi also gave a negative review to an area Checkers restaurant in Lincoln Park, Michigan.
‘Always very slow. But the soft serve and food here is good as far as fast food goes and the staff is friendly But oh so slow.’ A LinkedIn page identifies Gaicobazzi as an engineer at Ford Motor Company.
President-elect Joe Biden won Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin by more than 200,000 votes. A Trump lawsuit features affidavits describing complaints from GOP poll watchers
The suit includes multiple affidavits complaining about the count in Wayne County, which includes Detroit. Here Election workers process a ballot final stretch of absentee ballot counting at the Detroit Department of Elections Central Counting Board of Voting absentee ballot counting center at TCF Center, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020 in Detroit, MI
Affidavits by GOP poll watchers were included in a Trump campaign lawsuit in Michigan
One GOP poll watchers says independent observers watned to work in Brooklyn
One observer described a tense situation with police at the counting site
‘Yet, they all claimed to be independent. Anyway, every time a GOP staffer was removed from the room, most of the entire room would erupt in cheers and laughter and oftentimes derogatory insults as GOP Challengers were walked out by police,’ the person wrote.
Another person alleged ‘collaboration’ with city poll workers.
‘Poll workers would cheer, jeer and clap when poll challengers were escorted out of TCF Center. There seemed to be collaboration between democratic poll challengers and the City of Detroit poll workers.’
Another said Democratic volunteers were ‘aggressive’ and accused the GOP poll watchers of being part of a ‘cult’ for supporting Trump.
Another, Alexandra Seely, claimed she was called a ‘bigot’ and a ‘c***’ But the person who said it was unclear. ‘She covered her name tag,’ Seely wrote. She also swore there were ‘backpacks and suitcases that were saran-wrapped’ in the back of the counting room. ‘I had a man scream in my face to back up and be 6 ft away when I already was or he’d throw me out,’ she wrote in her hand-written affidavit.
The suit comes as President Donald Trump continues to say he will ‘win’ the election and attacks the election he lost as rigged and filled with fraud. Trump on Wednesday lashed out at a Republican election commissioner in Philadelphia who had denied claims of fraud, calling him a ‘RINO’ who was being ‘used’ by the media. ‘
He refuses to look at a mountain of corruption & dishonesty. We win!’ Trump wrote.
However, his team has not had much success in getting judges to accept claims of fraud in states where Joe Biden won or is leading. Many of the Trump camp’s complaints amount to individual charges which, even if true, would not be sufficient to throw out the thousands of votes where Biden is ahead.
In Michigan, Biden’s lead over Trump is more than 100,000 votes.
Biden’s collective lead in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania has grown to a total of 218,000 – compared to Trump’s 2016 leads of less than 80,000.
A New York Times canvass of top election officials in every state failed to turn up accusations of fraud.
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