Thursday, December 3, 2020

Trump Team to File Lawsuit: 40,000 People Voted Twice in Nevada

Pamela Geller / THE GELLER REPORT 

How can decent, rational Americans allow this to stand?

A lawyer for President Donald Trump’s campaign said the team is preparing to file a lawsuit soon alleging that 40,000 people voted twice in Nevada, which, if true, could potentially erase Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s lead. Trump attorney Jesse R. Binnall, speaking to Fox Business Wednesday, said that they found evidence of “real voter fraud” including “thousands of thousands of instances” in Nevada that will be submitted to a court in the Silver State.

He did not provide a source, such as an affidavit or a whistleblower, for his claim but later said lawyers will present evidence to the court. It’s not clear where the bulk of the alleged fraudulent ballots were cast in the state.

Binnall, who helped defend retired Lt. Gen Michael Flynn, also said that some people who said they were recorded as having voted via mail never received ballots and told Trump’s team that they didn’t vote.

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Kayleigh McEnany Tells the Press: You Didn't Read AG Barr's Complete Comments on Voter Fraud

Cortney O'Brien / Townhall Tipsheet

With images of "Democrat hypocrisy" playing on a loop behind her, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany addressed reporters from the James S. Brady Press briefing room on Wednesday.

She listed a few of the more infamous incidents of liberals breaking their own COVID orders, including the footage of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi walking around a hair salon without a mask, and California Gov. Gavin Newsom dining both maskless and indoors at the fancy French Laundry restaurant, despite strict orders against indoor dining.

"Rules for thee, but not for me," McEnany concluded.

"They act in a way that their own citizens are barred from acting," she said. But, she was pleased to see that the Supreme Court "rebuked" New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's (D) attempt to limit gatherings at Catholic diocese and synagogues. Instead of showing deference to the Constitution following the Court's ruling, however, Cuomo attacked the legitimacy of the court, McEnany said.

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Trump's legacy on courts still building in waning days of presidency

Senate Judiciary Committee to vote Thursday on three more lower trial court nominees, including one to replace Amy Coney Barrett

Fred Lucas | Fox News

The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote Thursday on the nominee to fill the appeals court seat vacated by new Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett as well as voting on whether to send three other lower trial court nominees to the Senate floor — which could further cement President Trump’s reshaping of the federal judiciary before he leaves office.

This comes to the chagrin of Democrats who insist Republicans are violating tradition by continuing to confirm judges despite a Joe Biden victory in the presidential race.

After hearings on nominees before the Thanksgiving recess, the committee is scheduled to vote Thursday on the nomination of Thomas L. Kirsch II to serve on the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, replacing Barrett. Kirsch is currently the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Indiana.

There are only three current and known future vacancies on appeals courts, according to the Judicial Crisis Network, which monitors judicial nominations. Meanwhile, there are 59 current or known future vacancies on district and specialty courts, with 35 pending nominations. Read entire article and see video here: