Rudy Giuliani called more than 800,000 Pennsylvania ballots into question on Saturday, stating that protocols were not followed for the proper revision of mail-in ballots.
Acting as President Donald Trump’s attorney, Giuliani delivered the details at a press conference on Saturday afternoon. He had numerous witnesses with him at the conference, three who gave statements. In total, Giuliani said they have statements and affidavits from more than 50 witnesses in Pennsylvania.
“They were uniformly deprived of their right to inspect any single part of the mail-in ballots,” said Giuliani. “It’s really simple. If you have nothing to hide with these mail-in ballots, you allow inspection.”
“There certainly is enough evidence to disqualify a certain number of ballots,” he added. “The ballots that were not properly inspected should be thrown out and that number of ballots should be taken out of the count.”
Giuliani said they have evidence of dead people voting, backdating of mail-in ballots and described how poll watchers were unable to properly inspect mail-in ballots. He mentioned that, even after obtaining a court order allowing watchers better access was issued, the watchers stepped closer but the tables with the ballots moved further way.
“Not a single [ballot] was inspected as the law required,” he said. “That is unheard of, it’s illegal, it’s unconstitutional.
“This evidence is overpowering in that it suggests we need a very detailed hearing.”
Giuliani commented that they view the large amount of mail-in ballots highly suspicious and the lack of transparency and access to verification heightens their suspicions of fraud.
He said it appears as if the Democrat Party was manufacturing the votes needed to overcome the large deficit they had on election night.
Saturday’s conference was widely reported for Giuliani’s rant. Giuliani mocked the press when asked about the media declaring Joe Biden the winner of the election.
“We have to forget about law, judges don’t count,” he joked. “Don’t be ridiculous. Networks don’t get to decide elections, courts do.
“This will be a very, very strong case,” he continued as he talked to the press. “I know you won’t accept it because of your hateful biases, but let’s see if we can try thinking rationally.”
When questioned on the courts’ ability to intervene in the election, Giuliani commented that courts can get involved in elections when they are illegal.
He also suggested that courts in other states will be involved in what will become a “massive, nation-wide case”. He claimed the limited access to poll watchers was an “organized” plan by the Democrat Party in Democrat counties. “Many cases are gonna be filed, some big, some small,” he said. “This is going to be eventually a big case because it will go beyond Pennsylvania.”
You can watch the entire press conference here. Rudy’s already famous rant begins at the 28:45 mark.