Rudy Giuliani said over the weekend that Trump’s legal team is changing its efforts to confront suspected election fraud by focusing on irregularities in the Dominion Voting Systems machines.

Certainly, with what has already been discovered in Michigan and Georgia related to the use of these machines, it would seem like a fertile area.

“We met pretty much on and off all day yesterday, and starting this morning, there’s a completely different strategy,” Giuliani said on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast on Saturday, the Washington Examiner reported.

“The strategy is going to focus a great deal on some evidence we have about some of these machines that could throw off these states in a matter of maybe a one- or two-day audit,” he added.

A Giuliani tweet on Monday referred to a 68.05% error rate found by the election cyber expert Russell Ramsland and his team’s audit of Antrim County, Michigan, which turned from a victory for Democrat Joe Biden to President Donald Trump after a bad result was discovered and corrected.

The error rate caused by the Dominion Voting Systems machines was at least 85,000 times higher than the Federal Election Commission guidelines allow.

“PA, AZ, GA, MI, and WI should agree to let us audit the Dominion machines. If they didn’t cheat, what are they afraid of? We MUST have an audit!” Giuliani tweeted.

The former New York City mayor noted in a video linked in the tweet that the efforts of his legal team to this point have largely concentrated on issues relating to absentee ballots and unilateral reforms to election laws imposed by state officials and judges.

In areas such as Philadelphia, Detroit and Atlanta, the lawyers have compiled and submitted eyewitness accounts to state legislators of irregular vote counting activities at a level that could apparently result in enough votes to flip jurisdictions from Trump to Biden.

Giuliani admitted that the courts have so far not been able to hear these witnesses, who have come forward and submitted evidence and affidavits under penalty of perjury, to be heard.

“It’s very strange,” he said. “It’s almost as if, ‘See no evil, hear no evil. We want to stay out of it,’ even though the evidence is mounting.”

Giuliani then clarified the transition of his team to look at the voting machines themselves.

“I want to focus on something you’re probably heard about, but probably we haven’t had as much time to study: the Dominion voting system,” he said.

“The Dominion voting system is a voting system that was used in approximately 27 states and in the critical battleground states, where rather incredibly large Trump leads were eviscerated overnight by questionable ballot counts from the Biden side that were done secretly and without inspection,” Giuliani said.

The attorney noted that these machines were used in Michigan, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Atlanta and Maricopa County, Arizona (which includes the Phoenix metro area).

On election night, Trump was ahead in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia by wide margins, but all three swung in the direction of Biden, particularly as more votes came from Detroit, Philadelphia and Atlanta.

To access voting machines in spite of the resistance from states

Giuliani blamed the Republican governors. Brian Kemp of Georgia and Doug Ducey of Arizona have covered up election fraud, but expressed hope that his team would be able to drive through the Dominion machines and obtain access to audit them.

“I think we can get these accomplished despite the resistance and the cover-up of the Republican governors, the guy in Arizona and the guy in Georgia — if we had their cooperation, we could have it ended by Monday,” Giuliani told Bannon, who was Trump’s 2016 campaign CEO.

“I’m tired of dealing with them. We just push them aside, and I think over the weekend, you’ll see different strategies being employed,” he added.

“I think we can get these accomplished despite the resistance and the cover-up of the Republican governors, the guy in Arizona and the guy in Georgia — if we had their cooperation, we could have it ended by Monday,” Giuliani told Bannon, who was Trump’s 2016 campaign CEO.

“I’m tired of dealing with them. We just push them aside, and I think over the weekend, you’ll see different strategies being employed,” he added.

“Tons of evidence” of voting irregularities

Ramsland’s audit team found that a “staggering number” of votes was digitally assigned in Antrim County in 2020.

The report explains that Dominion software classifies ballots in two categories: normal and adjudicated.

Ballots sent to adjudication may be modified by administrators, as demonstrated by an election worker in Georgia earlier this month.

On Friday, Ramsland told Newsmax, “I think that there is going to be some information [coming] forth in the next few days that is going to drastically change the playing field.”

He added that there is “tons of evidence” of voting irregularities.

Sixty-five Michigan counties use Dominion Voting Systems, according to WLNS-TV in Lansing.

On Monday, Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward revealed that she and her fellow alternate Trump “electors” (the state’s official electors voted for Biden) would enter a suit seeking to compel Maricopa County to comply with the Arizona Senate subpoenas to inspect Dominion Voting Systems.

The Arizona Republican Party tweeted last week, “Maricopa County attorneys are asking a judge to ‘quash’ legislative subpoenas for a forensic audit of Dominion machines! That can only mean one thing — we’re over the target, patriots. #HoldTheLine.”

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