RNC Chair says 11,000 people have come forward with voter fraud claims https://t.co/Ui6EPg4QMC
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 11, 2020
The Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel, revealed yesterday that she and her team had amassed 500 sworn affidavits alleging 11,000 different incidents of voter fraud.
The allegations, McDaniel says, include a person in Michigan who alleges 60% of a batch of votes had the same signature on them. Another that says 50 ballots were counted multiple times in a tabulation machine. And another that alleges a woman’s dead son voted in the election.
“It’s been rigged from the beginning,” McDaniel told Fox News’ Sean Hannity, “rigged from the laws that were being passed in the name of COVID to create a porous election, rigged in the sense that they kicked Republicans out of poll watching and observing… and now you have a media that’s rigging it again by saying we’re not going to even listen to these stories.”
“That’s why the RNC is going to pursue this to the very end,” she continued. “We can never let this happen again…These men and women matter their voices will be heard.”
President Trump’s campaign has filed numerous lawsuits in various states seeking illegal votes be removed from final vote counts. The lawsuits seek resolution before states have to certify their results in December.