(ReliableNews.org) – Controversy continues to rage concerning allegations of voter fraud in several battleground states. So far, courts have ruled against lawsuits filed by Republicans and lawyers working for the Trump campaign citing a lack of evidence or procedural flaws in the pleadings. However, for the first time, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani presented a surveillance video allegedly showing voter fraud.
Giuliani traveled to Georgia on December 3 to present the video to members of Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee at an open hearing.
The video shows individuals pulling about four suitcases reportedly filled with thousands of ballots from beneath tables at Georgia’s largest vote counting facility located at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.
Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, claimed his office already reviewed the video and determined it contained nothing out of the ordinary. However, Republican Gov, Brian Kemp, called the video “concerning” and renewed his call for another audit of the election results.
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