Even as Rudy Giuliani has been hospitalized with coronavirus, the courageous fight for the truth by the rest of the Trump legal team continues. A Michigan judge has approved a probe into potential voting machine fraud in the Great Lake State. Again, at the crux of the potential fraud is the notoriously unreliable Dominion voting machines.
The Judge’s order was issued on December 4, and it permits forensic photos to be taken from the Dominion tabulators in Antrim County. Before being revealed that he is now suffering from COVID-19, President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, praised the decision and said that allowing the forensic review is a “big win for honest elections.”
On Sunday, Trump campaign attorney Jenna Ellis spoke on the move. She said the team will spend several hours inspecting the machines and gathering data.
Local election authorities confirmed the Dominion machines in question were the same ones that were indeed used in the presidential election on November 3. These machines, gathered from 22 precincts in Antrim County, were originally brought into question by a voter who claimed ballots were damaged during a recent recount of a marijuana proposal vote.
A similar examination recently occurred in Georgia as President Trump has raised concerns of widespread voter fraud, which rigged the elections in favor of former Vice President, Joe Biden.
Meanwhile, in a debate over the weekend, Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler echoed President Trump’s assertion that he did not lose her state in November, as she debated her Democratic opponent, in Georgia’s upcoming run-off election, Reverend Raphael Warnock. The two Georgia Senate run-off elections could determine if the GOP retains control of the Senate in 2021.