Media Silent After The Trump Campaign Gets Another Big Court Win, Election Fraud Whistleblowers Will Be Heard…It’s Not Over Until It’s Over
The media has been silent about this upcoming court hearing and this is why you never give up.
Judge James Russell of the First Judicial District Court in Nevada will hear attorneys representing President Trump’s campaign at an evidentiary hearing on December 3, which will allow up to 15 witnesses to be deposed.
“The complaint is kind of a very limited nature, challenging basically the machine used in Clark County,” the judge also said.
“We will have whistleblower testimony showing that overnight, the disks that were used to hold votes would magically have votes appear and reappear on the same desk,” Binnall said.
Biden won Nevada by 23,000 votes.
“We now believe that Donald Trump won Nevada, once you take out the fraud and irregularities. And these are instances of dead people voting, people voting in multiple jurisdictions,” Binnall said on Fox Business.
“A lot of people in the national media have said, ‘if you have evidence of voter fraud, show it.’ Well, we have thousands and thousands of examples of real people in real-life instances of voter illegality. I just think it’s a great step that we’re going to have a chance to present it in court,” he said during an appearance on Fox News.
The evidentiary hearing is a huge step.
Also, the Amistad Project just filed an emergency petition with the Wisconsin Supreme Court claiming over 150,000 ballots are fraudulent.
The suit claims alleged violations of the equal protection clause, as some voters, were treated more favorably than others and that 200,000 ballots should not have been accepted, Joe Biden is currently 20,000 votes ahead in Wisconsin.
The lawsuit claims Republicans were denied the ability to observe and certify ballot completion, as required by law, voter identification laws were ignored, signatures were not checked on mail-in ballots, and Republicans were denied the opportunity to watch mail-in ballots being trucked and unloaded at large tabulation facilities.
This lawsuit appears to have some clout because it is being considered by the Supreme Court. If the Amistad Project proves these allegations are true it could open up investigations in other states like Pennsylvania.