Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentElections · 2 months ago

are we still going to be able to see live footage of the voter fraud hearings in all the swing states this week and next week?

when is next one? where?

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  • Tmess2
    Lv 7
    2 months ago
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    There haven't been voter fraud hearings and there aren't going to be voter fraud hearings.

    There are two different things happening over the past several weeks which may continue this week.

    First, there are a handful of court cases.  In all of those cases, Trump's team has repeatedly withdrawn any claims of fraud and has proceeded on very technical complaints about the process.  Those have been  universally rejected.  To be blunt, even in the states that allow legal coverage, arguments of this type tend to be very boring which is fortunate for Trump's attorneys because they look very incompetent when you  read the transcripts of these court appearances.

    Second, there have been some meeting with some legislative leaders.  These are not hearings of any legislative body (which have some degree of formality).  Rather they are just meetings.  Whether any TV channel will cover them is unclear.  But given that Trump's team's public pronouncements have been devoid of any documentation to back up their wilder statements (and they have pulled back on those wild statements when they go into court), I am doubtful that anybody other than OAN will cover them.  After all, even Fox News has some journalistic ethics.

  • 2 months ago

    The Trump legal team isn't alleging fraud in the courtrooms.  Some of the Trump lawyers say a lot of propaganda nonsense to the public but they dare not allege fraud to the judges.  The lawyers could be disciplined for making such allegations without any proof.  

    They have to allege irregularities and, so far, such allegations have been found insufficient to stop the counting of votes, or the certification of votes or the elimination of votes, or whatever it is that the Trump team wants in its efforts to try to overturn the election results.  

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    The problem is Rudy's team isn't bring fraud cases to court nor have they accused anyone of fraud. They argue that an election observer stood to far away, basically technicalities in which they want 100's of thousands of votes thrown out 

  • david
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    I have seen NO -- ZERO such footage.  And I don't want to see it.  

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