While on Fox News Tuesday night, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany brought an entire stack of evidence with her.
McEnany Comes Prepared
The Trump staffer provided a large stack of papers that are “sworn affidavits” from Wayne County, Michigan residents. These show crucial wrongdoing at election polls.
“We keep hearing the drumbeat of ‘where is the evidence?’ Right here, Sean,” McEnany told Fox’s Sean Hannity. “234 pages of sworn affidavits, these are real people, real allegation, signed with notaries, who are alleging the following, among other contentions.”
One of the testimonials says to have seen ballots that were for President Trump and were switched to Joe Biden.
Intimidation Used Against Trump Supporters
McEnany also said there is ample evidence of abuse towards black and Asian Trump supporters in Wayne County, Michigan.
The press secretary also said that on Thursday the Trump campaign will provide more affidavits from other states. This will include Pennsylvania and other parts of Michigan where there are many claims that ‘120-year-old voters’ cast a ballot.
The 234 pages of evidence released by the Trump campaign were submitted to federal courts in Michigan. The first reports of them came from the press secretary on Tuesday and were filed in full on Wednesday showing probably voter fraud.
‘One of the things that stood out to me today was a pattern and practice in harassment against poll workers,’ McEnany said of the pages on Wednesday night.
‘Of course, you’re legally obligated to send a Republican poll challenger to observe the vote and what I read was entirely disturbing.
‘One affidavit from a young woman who said she observed ballots from a wrong precinct be duplicated in the correct precinct and then the old ballots sent back.
‘When she began to ask questions, she was told to leave the room, she was called a bigot, she was called the c-word as the poll watcher covered her name tag,’ McEnany claimed.