The way to challenge “systematic voter fraud” in the 2020 presidential election is through the courts, Trump’s campaign adviser Kaylee McEnnany said on Saturday.
Although no evidence of such a scheme was presented in court, McEnnany, who is also a White House spokesman, doubled the allegations and accused the media of complicity.
“In Michigan, we have 234 sworn statements from voters in one county that say that’s what I noticed. We have voters in Pennsylvania who say, “I came to vote, they told me I couldn’t vote because there’s a mail vote on my behalf that I didn’t,” Mackinani told Fox & Friends Weekend. “
Makenani said there were “real systematic claims”
“Our justice system is where this will play out, and this is something that the media cannot interfere with. They may try to hide it, but the American people are smart. The 73 million people who came to vote for this president – the most votes for a sitting president – have a vote. They will hear us.
“The tea party movement made their voices heard, the Trump movement now hears our voices, and again we don’t need the media around us, we can do it without them,” Mackinani said.
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President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, claimed widespread voter fraud during a news conference Thursday, but did not provide evidence of such a scheme.
In court so far, Truimp’s campaign has focused mainly on the validity of ballots and censuses, without alleging fraud.
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“We have to keep fighting this, and the federal courts are the way to go, and hopefully to the Supreme Court,” Mackinani said, “because voter fraud is real and they got into a pandemic and created an electoral epidemic – one that was unforgivable, a system that should never happen. “
Ron Blitzer of Fox News contributed to this report.