As the days go by following the mainstream media’s declaration of Democrat Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential race, the pressure is mounting on President Donald Trump to concede. But Trump has shown no signs that he’s willing to bend — and now, we may have just found out why.
In a bombshell interview Sunday, Trump’s personal attorney and the former mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani, revealed that he believes the results of this year’s White House race will be “overturned” in light of new evidence he claims to have, the New York Post reported.
“We have proof that I can’t disclose yet,” Giuliani told host Maria Bartiromo on this week’s episode of Sunday Morning Futures, according to the Post.
“This has to be examined”
Speaking with Bartiromo, Giuliani alleged that “corrupt machines” were responsible for tallying votes in key swing states, leaving Trump far short of where he should be in the count.
“In every one of those states, we have more than enough illegal ballots already documented to overturn the result in that state,” Giuliani said, as the Post reported.
He also repeated unverified claims that GOP poll watchers were kept out of areas where ballots were being counted.
“We already have enough affidavits from people who were pushed out from being able to observe, so in each one of those states that he lost narrowly, he won those states probably by 2, 3 percent,” Giuliani said Sunday, according to the Post.
“This has to be examined, Maria, beyond this election, which I believe will get overturned,” the Trump lawyer added.
“So much evidence”
Giuliani isn’t alone in these assertions. According to Business Insider, Sidney Powell, another lawyer for Trump, later told Bartiromo a similar story, asserting that the Trump campaign is “fixing to overturn the results of the election in multiple states.”
“President Trump won by not just hundreds of thousands of votes, but by millions of votes that were shifted by this software that was designed expressly for that purpose,” she said, reviving Giuliani’s allegations about “corrupt machines,” as the New York Post noted. “We have so much evidence, I feel like it’s coming in through a fire hose.”
The machines in question were provided by Dominion Voting Systems, which was the center of controversy in the days following the election after reports alleged that a “glitch” had led to an incorrect vote count. That “glitch” was later confirmed to actually have been the result of user error.
Dominion, for its part, has put up a statement on its website “categorically” denying any wrongdoing.