Trump Nevada lawsuit Electors Jesse Law et al v Judith Whitmer et al Nov 17, 2020, “The reliability of signature verification machines… has not been established”
“Since early voting started, there have been credible reports that voting machines in Clark County, Nevada are automatically checking Harry Reid’s name on the ballot”…GateWay Pundit 2010
“Shipp says the Democrats know they most likely will not win back the White House in the upcoming Presidential election. Shipp contends, “Their chance of winning in 2020, especially now with Trump’s success, is getting slim, and they are getting desperate. When they get desperate, and they have done this before, I think we can count on voter fraud. They are going to have to use it, and they have used it before. In any event, they have very little chance of winning now, in my view, because the majority of Americans find their platform distasteful. So, I think this (voter fraud) is going to happen.”…Kevin Shipp
“When you pick up your morning or evening newspaper and think
you are reading the news of the world, what you are reading
is a propaganda which has been selected, revised, and doctored
by some power which has a financial interest in you.”…Upton Sinclair
From Townhall November 17, 2020.
“Trump Team Asks NV Courts to Declare Trump the Winner or Not Certify the State’s Vote for POTUS
The Trump campaign on Tuesday announced a new lawsuit in Nevada over the Agilis ballot processing and signature scanning machine that was used throughout the state. There are also allegations of observers being denied access to watch the ballot duplication process and the use of some outreach programs geared towards Native Americans that allegedly resulted in vote-buying.
According to the campaign, at least 40,000 votes were impacted, although that number could be higher.
Clark County register Joe Garcia acknowledged known problems with the voting tabulation system but said it couldn’t be remedied with a recount, the lawsuit stated.
“Even though election officials were warned about these dangers, they persisted in implementing an election plan devoid o protections that could have prevented or discouraged malfeasance from third parties,” the lawsuit stated. “Consequently, the fraud and abuse came with the election. This contest is the natural result, as evidence will show that the nature and scale of the fraud and abuse renders the purported results of the Nevada election illegitimate.”
Because the Nevada legislature decided to change the voting guidelines due to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, voters were mailed unsolicited ballots. According to the Trump campaign’s lawsuit, officials received multiple ballots from the same people, whether via mail, early voting or in-person on election Day. Instead of having adequate election officials to handle the signature verification process, Clark County relied on software verification programs.
“The reliability of signature verification machines to analyze mail-in ballots has not been established through scientific study and testing to a degree that warrants their use in elections,” the campaign stated in their lawsuit.”