White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany doubled down on claims of voter fraud in Michigan on Wednesday night as she presented further details on the 234 pages of affidavits she first revealed yesterday.
McEnany appeared on Hannity on Fox News for the second night in a row as she alleged that one the testimonials claims to have seen ballots that were cast for President Trump being switched to Joe Biden.
She also alleged that there was evidence of racial abuse toward black Trump supporters in precinct in Wayne County, Michigan, where Detroit is located, as well as an Asian-American man receiving five minutes of ethnic abuse.
The press secretary added that the Trump campaign will present more affidavits from other states tomorrow, including some from Pennsylvania and others from different parts of Michigan where she claims that '120-year-old voters' cast a ballot.
The claims have not been verified and the election security agency at the Department of Homeland Security has already described the 120-year-old voters as a clinical error.
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White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany doubled down on claims of voter fraud in Michigan in a Fox News appearance on Wednesday night as she presented further details on the 234 pages of affidavits filed in a lawsuit in the state by the Trump campaign
The affidavits consist of 234 pages of 'evidence' released by the Trump campaign and submitted to federal court in Michigan. They were first brandished by McEnany on Fox News on Tuesday then filed in full Wednesday.
It is a central plank in her boss Trump's attempt to overturn the result of the election in Michigan, where he is 148,645 votes behind.
'One of the things that stood out to me today was a pattern and practice in harassment against poll workers,' McEnany said of the pages on Wednesday night.
'Of course, you’re legally obligated to send a Republican poll challenger to observe the vote and what I read was entirely disturbing.
'One affidavit from a young women who said she observed ballots from a wrong precinct be duplicated in the correct precinct and then the old ballots sent back. When she began to ask questions, she was told to leave the room, she was called a bigot, she was called the c word as the poll watcher covered her name tag,' McEnany claimed.
She stated that another involved a 'woman who said that she heard at 11.43 pm an election official [sic] says that tonight, this is our house.'
She claimed that minute later, the same election official started to use racial slurs against black Donald Trump supporters.
McEnany said the woman claims she believes there were votes there that were for Donald Trump but changed to vote for Biden.
'Finally, another instance of racial slurs used against an individual,' McEnany continued.
'He was a man of Chinese descent and he was literally told, "why are you here, you’re not American". When he said, "I am American," he preceded to endure five minutes of racial and ethnic slurs.
'This is in one precinct, in one county, in Wayne County, Michigan.'
McEnany appeared on Hannity for the second night in a row
She told the popular Fox Host that more affidavits would be released tomorrow
McEnany alleged that there were more affidavits to come from Pennsylvania showing the 'disturbing practices where in Democrat counties you were able to fix your ballot whereas the same advantages were not given to Republican counties'.
An anonymous whistleblower claimed to Fox News host Laura Ingraham that she too witnessed voter fraud in Clark County, Vegas, which was one of the most watched counties in the country when it came to the election. But where she claimed she witnessed it was redacted.
The poll worker appeared in silhouette with her voice disguised on the show.
She claims she saw white envelopes being passed around and ripped open near a 'Biden-Harris van.' She claimed she saw people there marking ballots.
'As I got closer, I thought 'those are ballots'. I walked by four or five times. On the next time I walked by, they were putting them in envelopes.
'They were putting them in a white and pink envelope,' she said. They were apparently using the vans as a surface to mark the ballots.
Ingraham said: 'But you didn't say anything?'
'I kind of gave them a wide berth. We were told not to interact with people out there.'
The woman says five or people then formed a 'human wall' to block her view of what they were doing. 'One of them looks at me and the while line moves as I walk by them and it scares me.'
But she did not apparently report it to any supervisor.
She has signed an affidavit and given it to the Trump campaign testifying about what she claims she saw.
But the campaign has not released it except for a page which was shown on screen on Fox News.
'There’s another affidavit in the Michigan pile that came out that shows 46 ballot numbers that were written down, and this is how specific, the numbers of the individual ballots that he documents that there was no voter record attached but there was a birth date attached and that birth date was January 1, 1900.
'120 years old,' McEnany tells Hannity astounded.
Yet these claims have already been shown to be baseless.
The election security agency at the Department of Homeland Security says states have strong safeguards to detect illegal voting under the names of the deceased, including signature matching and death records.
Rumors that people 120 years and older voted in the election 'are actually innocuous clerical errors or the result of intended data practices,' such as someone typing '1/1/1900' into a database as a placeholder item, the agency said.
On Wednesday, McEnany said that the litigation in Pennsylvania and Michigan has now been filed but that there could be wait longer to submit in the likes of Wisconsin and Georgia where recounts will take place.
The sworn statement in the Trump campaign lawsuit alleging vote fraud include complaints about military ballots going for Biden despite one GOP poll watcher saying he thought those who serve are 'conservative.'
The same poll-watcher also said under oath that he believed independent poll watchers were in fact left-wing radicals.
Among the the things that tipped off the GOP poll watcher: the independents said they wanted to work in Brooklyn or expressed sympathy with protesters who declared an autonomous zone in Seattle.
'As a final note, I did find it odd that, throughout the day/night, I saw a few dozen military ballots be counted,' according to one
One Republican poll watcher said the independent lawyers observing the process seemed pretty liberal to him. pic.twitter.com/3Go0GjhsRX— Brad Heath (@bradheath) November 11, 2020
'Although I cannot provide specific numbers or names, I can estimate that at least 80% of the military ballots I saw were straight ticket democrat or simply had Joe Biden's name filled in on them. I had always been told that military personnel tended to be more conservative, so this stuck out to me as the day went on,' GOP poll watcher Braden Giacobazzi wrote.
The files as released in the court documents include repeated complaints that poll watchers were not allowed close enough to see ballots, because of the six-foot social distancing rules.