President Trump’s legal team has filed lawsuits in a number of critical battleground states alleging widespread voter fraud and irregularities contributing to a declaration of victory for former Vice President Joe Biden.
Though the mainstream media and Democrats have summarily dismissed these allegations, Federal Election Commission Chairman Trey Trainor announced this week that Trump’s lawyers are bringing “legitimate accusations” backed by credible evidence to court and that the claims cannot be dismissed.
Trainor revealed that his review of the evidence brought by the Trump legal team challenging the results of numerous states’ electoral outcomes exceeds the legal threshold to avoid a motion to dismiss.
Just The News reported:
Trainor said his review of evidence, including numerous affidavits claiming voter fraud and a sworn statement by a prominent mathematician flagging up to 100,000 Pennsylvania ballots, met the first level of legal scrutiny under what’s known as motion to dismiss or “Rule 12(b)(6)” of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which would dismiss less credible claims.
Noting the subsequent legal threshold beyond a “motion to dismiss” is the “summary judgment phase,” Trainor said that under this phase, the credibility of witnesses is presumed to be accurate, especially given the caliber of the testimonies Trainor has observed to date.
Williams College Professor Steven Miller, a math expert, analyzed voter and ballot data collected by the Trump campaign and concluded in a sworn statement that “the number of ballots that were either requested by someone other than the registered Republican or requested and returned but not counted range from 89,397 to 98,801.”
Trainor said of Miller’s findings that “This data, which is provided by an expert witness, who would be qualified in almost any court in the country, adds to the conclusions that some level of voter fraud took place in this year’s election.”
“Therefore, the rush to certify results that are this suspicious from places with known election violations would nullify millions of votes that were legally cast by individual voters,” Trainor continued.
Miller is not the only individual providing a sworn statement indicating the potential for or evidence of voter fraud. Trainor said that “the massive amounts of affidavits that we see in these cases show that there was in fact fraud that took place. And the other side really needs to answer these questions.”
The media has ignored and suppressed evidence of voter fraud and irregularities influencing the outcome of the 2020 election for weeks, denying that there is even potential for bad actors to game the system.
However, Trainor said that the evidence is strong enough that “at the end of the day, what I would say is that these are legitimate accusations that are going to be tried in court … We need to let this legal process play out,” Trainor added, “so that we come to a valid conclusion to this election that everybody believes to be legitimate.”