Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani reiterated the Trump campaign’s claims of election fraud in a Thursday press conference, saying the campaign has discovered numerous election workers who say they witnessed fraud.
Giuliani says he has signed affidavits from “at least ten” of these witnesses but he claimed he couldn’t reveal the vast majority of witnesses because they “don’t want to be harassed.” Trump campaign lawyers Jenna Ellis and Sidney Powell joined Giuliani and other Trump officials at the press conference. The fraud accusations centered around Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
“On November 4 2020 I was instructed to improperly predate the absentee ballots when the receipt date was after November 3rd 2020,” Giuliani quoted from one election worker. “We have 100 more of these. I can’t show them to you because they don’t want to be harassed.”
Giuliani argued the campaign would be able to present a more full presentation of evidence if the case is taken to court, and Ellis said the conference was “an opening statement” and that there is more to come.