After publishing a tweet in the morning about the “massive evidence of widespread fraud,” the president and his controversial lawyer released a court filing making largely the opposite point:
“Despite the chaos of election night and the days which followed, the media has consistently proclaimed that no widespread voter fraud has been proven. But this observation misses the point. The constitutional issue is not whether voters committed fraud but whether state officials violated the law by systematically loosening the measures for ballot integrity so that fraud becomes undetectable.”
Oh. So the initial claim was Team Trump has evidence of fraud, but the new claim is that the evidence is “undetectable,” which is why no one can see it.
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