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Rudy Giuliani provides video ‘evidence’ of Georgia vote fraud to Senate subcommittee of judiciary

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, traveled to Georgia on Thursday to present surveillance footage to a subcommittee of the Senate judiciary reportedly showing evidence of electoral fraud in the state.

The video came from the State Farm Arena, Georgia’s largest voting center.

According to CBS, the clip reportedly shows people pulling at least four boxes of ballots from under a table and then counting them while no election attendant is present.

Jacki Pick, a volunteer attorney in Georgia who presented the evidence to the senate, said, “ The same person who stayed behind, the person who cleared the place under the pretense that we would stop counting, is the person who got the table there at 8:22 a.m. in the morning. I saw four suitcases come out from under the table. ‘

During the presentation, Giuliani claimed that there were a total of “231,188 ballots together without there ever being a return record and you could have 134,000 of them, but you kept 96,600 votes where there was no return record for them.”

“What would that suggest?” Giulani asked. “Ghost voices,” he said.

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President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani (pictured) traveled to Georgia on Thursday to present surveillance footage to a Senate Judiciary subcommittee reportedly showing evidence of electoral fraud in the state.

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani (pictured) traveled to Georgia on Thursday to present surveillance footage to a Senate Judiciary subcommittee reportedly showing evidence of electoral fraud in the state.

Jacki Pick, a volunteer attorney in Georgia who presented the evidence to the senate, said four suitcases emerged from under a table while no election attendant was present.

Jacki Pick, a volunteer attorney in Georgia who presented the evidence to the senate, said four suitcases were emerging from under a table while no election counselor was present.

Jacki Pick, a volunteer attorney in Georgia who presented the evidence to the senate, said four suitcases emerged from under a table while no election attendant was present.

The video marks the first time that the president’s legal team has presented evidence of election fraud.

According to CBS, there are an estimated 6,000 ballots in each box, which, if accurate, adds up to about 24,000 potential votes.

Biden defeated Trump by just over 12,500 votes in Georgia, with Biden receiving nearly twice the record number of absentee votes as the Republican president, according to the secretary of state.

During the presentation, there was at least one legislator who questioned the validity of the video.

“The question is, since this has been repeatedly debunked, what evidence can you give us that contradicts what our election officials presented to us just an hour ago?” the legislator said.

Pick replied, “You just saw it, your officials should watch the video.”

Giuliani also introduced witnesses to verify the alleged fraud, each claiming to have signed an affidavit.

On Tuesday, a top official in Georgia elections lashed out at the rhetoric surrounding the election and the threat of violence that ensued, specifically calling on Trump to rein in his supporters.

During the presentation, Giuliani (photo Thursday) claimed that there were a total of '231,188 ballots together with no record of return and you could have 134,000 of them, but you kept 96,600 votes where there was no record for them'

During the presentation, Giuliani (photo Thursday) claimed that there were a total of '231,188 ballots together with no record of return and you could have 134,000 of them, but you kept 96,600 votes where there was no record for them'

During the presentation, Giuliani (photo Thursday) claimed that there were a total of ‘231,188 ballots together with no record of return and you could have 134,000 of them, but you kept 96,600 votes where there was no record for them’

During the presentation, there was at least one legislator who questioned the validity of the video

During the presentation, there was at least one legislator who questioned the validity of the video

During the presentation, there was at least one lawmaker who questioned the validity of the video, asking “What evidence can you give us that contradicts what our election officials presented to us an hour ago?”

Gabriel Sterling is a Republican who oversaw the implementation of the state’s new voting system.

During a routine press conference at the Capitol to provide an update on the presidential race recount that Trump had called for, Sterling admonished the president and Georgia’s two U.S. senators, both of whom are stuck in tight races against Democrats and an appeal. have done on the secretary of the GOP. of state Brad Raffensperger to resign over allegations that he mishandled the election.

“Mr. President, you have not condemned these actions or this language. Senators, you have not condemned this language or these actions, ”Sterling said.

‘This has to stop. We need you to come forward, and if you’re going to take a leadership position, show some. ‘

Trump, however, did not take the accusations to heart, reiterating unproven allegations of fraud related to post-in ballots in a tweet late Tuesday that responded to an Atlanta TV journalist who tweeted about Sterling’s charges.

‘Rigged Election,’ Trump tweeted. Show signatures and envelopes. Expose the massive voter fraud in Georgia. What are Secretary of State and Brian Kemp afraid of. They know what we will find !!! ‘

Kemp told The Ingraham Angle on Thursday that state law gives the secretary of state the power to review or adjust election procedures as necessary.

He claimed he called Raffensperger ‘early’ to do a signature audit.

‘Obviously, the Secretary of State, according to the laws and the [state] The constitution should order that and he did not. ‘

“I think it should be done,” Kemp added.

People have driven past Raffensperger’s house in caravans, entered his property and sent sexualized threats to his wife’s cell phone, Sterling said.

Gov. Brian Kemp said on Thursday that state law gives the secretary of state the power to review or amend election procedures when necessary. He alleged that he urged GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to conduct a 'signature audit'

Gov. Brian Kemp said on Thursday that state law gives the secretary of state the power to review or amend election procedures if necessary. He claimed he urged GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to conduct a 'signature audit'

Gov. Brian Kemp said on Thursday that state law gives the secretary of state the power to review or amend election procedures if necessary. He claimed he urged GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to conduct a ‘signature audit’

State officials have called for Raffensperger (pictured) to resign over allegations he mishandled the election

State officials have called for Raffensperger (pictured) to resign over allegations he mishandled the election

State officials have called for Raffensperger (pictured) to resign over allegations he mishandled the election

Raffensperger and Sterling both have police stationed outside their homes, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has said it is investigating potential threats against officials to determine their credibility.

Sterling said his anger came when he learned that a Dominion Voting Systems contractor who helped with the recount in a suburb of Gwinnett County was threatened with death after someone shot a video of him sending a report to a local computer and falsely said the young man manipulated election data.

‘There’s a noose with his name on it. That’s not right, ”Sterling said, adding that the contractor wasn’t seeking the spotlight by taking a high profile position like Sterling or an office like Raffensperger. ‘This boy has taken a job. He just took a job. ‘

Trump called Raffensperger an “ enemy of the people ” last week, Sterling noted, adding, “ That helped open the floodgates to this kind of nonsense.

Sterling urged the president to act and tell his supporters not to commit acts of violence. ‘Someone will be hurt. Someone is being shot. Someone’s going to be killed, ”Sterling said.

Trump campaign spokesman, Tim Murtaugh, said in a statement Tuesday evening, “No one should engage in threats or violence, and when that has happened, we condemn it completely.”

The campaigns for Republican American Sens David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler both issued statements on Tuesday evening condemning violence, but also criticizing election officials, according to news media.

Like many officials, Senator Loeffler, as someone who has been the subject of threats, naturally condemns any form of violence. How ridiculous to even suggest anything else, ”said Loeffler campaign spokesman Stephen Lawson.

“We also condemn the failure and lack of accountability in our electoral system – and will not apologize for writing it.”

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