On Wednesday night, at another failed election fraud trial, Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s campaign lawyer – whose hair dye recently leaked on his face at a press conference he quoted My cousin Vinnyone of his witnesses seemed so embarrassed that he tried to silence him.
After Trump’s team lawsuits and legal challenges were repeatedly ridiculed in court, the law firm’s latest attempt to hold President Donald Trump in the White House was to try to convince lawmakers in states where President-elect Joe Biden won the rejection and reversal of state certificates. their election vote for Trump.
After holding informal “hearings” at hotels in Arizona and Pennsylvania, campaign attorney Giuliani and Trump’s attorney, Jenna Ellis, appeared before the Michigan House Supervisory Board hearing on Wednesday. The hearing comes under pressure from Trump and his Republican allies for the GOP-led state legislature to step in and give the state to the president, despite Biden winning 154,000 votes.
One of the witnesses Trump’s legal team presented Wednesday night – the second day of the hearings – was Melissa Carone, who claims to have worked as a contractor for Dominion Voting Systems.
Despite trying to consistently explain his job responsibilities on the day of his first testimony, the Trump team brought Carone back – and again had trouble articulating exactly what he was doing as a Dominion entrepreneur. However, this did not prevent him from confidently insisting that he had witnessed a truly glaring and massive fraud when the ballot papers were counted.
Claiming to have witnessed pollsters run the same ballots “thousands of times” through voting machines, Carone – noticeably slandering – raised the issue when a state representative said he had to “take an oath” under his testimony.
– I have a statement! Carone shouted. “I am a mother, I have two children, I have two degrees. I don’t know a woman in the world who would make a promise under oath just to write. You could go to jail for that!
Carone’s statement was featured in a Michigan lawsuit last month aimed at halting Wayne County’s electoral certification. The judge rejected the request, who considered his allegations “simply not credible.”
At one point, during an exchange of views with GOP spokesman Steve Johnson, Carone came to life and shouted when the legislature questioned how his claim that a multiple-counted 30,000-vote item would not be reflected in the public opinion book came to life.
“We don’t see polls accounting for 30,000 votes,” Johnson said.
“What did you guys do, take it and do something crazy?” Carone fired back.
“I’m just saying the numbers won’t close with 30,000 votes,” Johnson replied calmly.
“I’d say the poll book is over 100,000.” [votes]he declared with complete confidence. He then gave a presentation to the legislature and said there were “zero registered voters” in the county poll book.
When Johnson once again asked him about his claims abroad, Carone thought aloud whether the attendance rate was “120 percent,” which prompted Giuliani to reach out to reassure her while audibly “silencing” her.
Needless to say, Carone’s other testimonies were free of the same facts, cheeky and jaw. And he continued to deliver with amazing confidence.
Giuliani, meanwhile, noted during the hearing that he had just met Carone that day and spoke to him for the first time on Tuesday.