President Trump’s campaign legal team stated Tuesday that the legislatures in Arizona, Michigan and Pennsylvania will soon hold election-related hearings.
They will be held “in an effort to provide confidence that all of the legal votes have been counted and the illegal votes have not been counted in the November 3rd election,” according to a press release.
The Senate of Pennsylvania will hold a hearing on Wednesday at which Rudy Giuliani will speak, the team said. Senators taking part in the hearing will make 5-minute opening statements and people who have filed affidavits alleging electoral fraud will give testimony.
Next week, the Arizona legislature’s hearing will occur on Monday and the Michigan legislature’s hearing will take place Tuesday.
“State Legislatures are uniquely qualified and positioned to hold hearings on election irregularities and fraud before electors are chosen,” the press release said. “As established in Article 2, Section 1.2 of the United States Constitution, State Legislatures have the sole authority to select their representatives to the Electoral College, providing a critical safeguard against voter fraud and election manipulation.”
Nevada Judge Agrees to Hear Evidence of Alleged Voter Fraud
First Judicial District Court Judge James Russell set a Dec. 3 evidentiary hearing in the case, which is being presented by President Donald Trump’s campaign.
Up to 15 witnesses may be deposed in the case, the judge said on Tuesday.
“The complaint is kind of a very limited nature, challenging basically the machine used in Clark County,” Russell said, the Nevada Independent reported. Jesse Binnall, a Trump campaign lawyer, said the complaint is “far from the main meat of our challenge” and that evidence will come from deposed witnesses.
“We will have whistleblower testimony showing that overnight, the disks that were used to hold votes would magically have votes appear and reappear on the same desk,” he added.
The Trump campaign has alleged there are thousands of instances of provable voter fraud in Nevada, a crucial battleground state that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden won by about 23,000 votes.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows also announced the Nevada hearing.
“BIG news in Nevada: a Judge has allowed NV Republicans to present findings of widespread voter fraud in a Dec. 3rd hearing. Americans will now hear evidence from those who saw firsthand what happened—a critical step for transparency and remedying illegal ballots. Stay tuned,” he tweeted.
Arizona lawmakers say none is planned
It was reportedly scheduled for the same day officials are set to certify Arizona’s election results. But the campaign did not offer any details, such as the time of the hearing or the name of the legislative committee that will convene.
The Legislature’s calendar for Monday is currently blank, and a spokesman for Fann’s office confirmed she had not authorized any such meeting.
Over in the House of Representatives, a spokesman for Speaker Rusty Bowers, R-Mesa, said he had not authorized a hearing, either.