The Trump legal team has filed a lawsuit in Georgia to possibly overturn the state’s presidential election results, after a piece of video evidence, dubbed a ‘smoking gun‘ by Rudy Giuliani, has surfaced.
Jacki Pick, a volunteer for Trump’s representatives, said the alleged incident occurred at 10:30 p.m. at State Farm Arena. While the video played, Pick described the events on the screen based on testimony from alleged witnesses who submitted affidavits to the Trump legal team. She said these witnesses claim that one poll worker with “blonde braids” told them and everyone in the room to go home “on the basis they were going to stop counting and return” in the morning.
However, Pick said, “four people stay behind and continue counting and tabulating well into the night,” including the woman with blonde braids, continuing to count votes, based on the surveillance footage.
“The Republican observers said they were the last people to leave State Farm Arena, along with the Fox News crew, excepting those four people,” Pick continued.
She then claimed the footage shows these four individuals “pull ballots out from underneath a table” and engage in unobserved ballot counting until about 1:00 a.m.
Pick claimed the number of ballots allegedly tabulated after observers and the media left the room “is beyond the margin of victory,” which is allegedly fewer than 13,000 votes. She said she used the video evidence to confirm details alleged in affidavits filed by the Republican observers.
Jenna Ellis, a member of Trump’s legal team, said it indicated “fraud.”