The Washington Post reports:
On Wednesday, President Trump’s campaign asked a federal judge to take a drastic step: block the state of Michigan from certifying the results of its presidential election. President-elect Joe Biden now leads Trump by about 148,000 votes there. To back up that lawsuit, Trump’s campaign had promised “shocking” evidence of misconduct.
Instead, the campaign produced 238 pages of affidavits from Republican poll watchers across Michigan containing no evidence of significant fraud but rather allegations about ballot-counting procedures that state workers have already debunked — and in some cases, complaints about rude behavior or unpleasant looks from poll workers or Democratic poll watchers.
“I felt intimidated by union people who were staring at me,” one GOP poll watcher wrote. Another Republican poll watcher complained about the public address system. Workers were using it to make announcements. It was loud.
There are 234 pages of sworn affidavits alleging election irregularities in one county in Michigan alone.
These people are real.
There allegations deserve to be heard.
The integrity of our elections matters!
Coming up on @seanhannity at 9:10 pm ET to discuss.
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) November 11, 2020