Rudy Giuliani said over the weekend that Trump’s legal team is shifting its efforts to confront alleged voter fraud by focusing on irregularities seen in the Dominion Voting Systems machines.
Certainly, with what’s already been uncovered in Michigan and Georgia related to the use of these machines, that would seem a fertile field.
“We met pretty much on and off all day yesterday, and starting this morning, there’s a completely different strategy,” Giuliani said on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast on Saturday, the Washington Examiner reported.
“The strategy is going to focus a great deal on some evidence we have about some of these machines that could throw off these states in a matter of maybe a one- or two-day audit,” he added.
A Giuliani tweet on Monday referenced a 68.05 percent error rate found by election cyber expert Russell Ramsland and his team’s audit of Antrim County, Michigan, which flipped from a win for Democrat Joe Biden to President Donald Trump after the faulty result was discovered and corrected.
That error rate generated by the Dominion Voting Systems machines was at least 85,000 times higher than the Federal Election Commission guidelines allow.
“PA, AZ, GA, MI, and WI should agree to let us audit the Dominion machines. If they didn’t cheat, what are they afraid of? We MUST have an audit!” Giuliani tweeted.
In a video linked in the tweet, the former New York City mayor noted that up to this point his legal team’s efforts have been primarily directed at issues related to absentee ballots and unilateral changes to election laws made by state officials and judges.
The attorneys also gathered and presented eyewitness reports to state legislators of suspicious vote-counting activities in places like Philadelphia, Detroit, and Atlanta at a level that could seemingly effect enough votes to flip jurisdictions from Trump to Biden.