Rudy Giuliani and the Trump campaign held a press conference on Thursday afternoon bringing forth a detailing of their exhaustive alleged evidence of voter-fraud and irregularities.
Giuliani presented alleged affidavits from voters and poll workers from Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Detroit, and other locations, alleging outright fraud by election officials on behalf of the Biden-Harris ticket. He claimed that there are "more than double" the number of votes needed to overturn the election.
Giuliani blasted media, saying that they continually say there's no evidence of voter fraud and irregularities, then holding up the evidence, in the form of affidavits, in his hands. He said that if media continues to report that there is no evidence, then they are lying. He said this evidence was publicly available and could be reviewed by press, and that he would welcome the Biden team to cross-examine the witnesses to fraud.
Giuliani offered alleged evidence to show that 15,000 voters in Pittsburgh alone were disenfranchised of their vote, and forced to vote via provisional ballot when they arrived at their polling place. These voters allegedly were told that they had already voted by mail.
Giuliani alleged as well that ballots were trucked into Detroit at 4:30 am on election night to be counted after poll workers believed that Republican observers to the count had left. He claimed that workers said that these were Biden ballots, improperly packaged, and without votes for any of the additional races. He said that the votes were counted three times.
Trump attorney Sidney Powell spoke about concerns with regard to the processing of ballots overseas, and "communist money" in the voting process as well as specific allegations regarding voting machines and rigged algorithms.
"President Trump won by a landslide, and we are going to prove it, and we are going to reclaim the United States of America for the people who vote for freedom," Powell said.
There have been a number of issues since the election that have been raised by the Trump campaign, which have prevented the election from being settled. Discrepancies in Wayne County, Mich., home of that state's largest city Detroit, have prevented the board of canvassers there from certifying the results of the election.
In Wisconsin, the campaign has requested a recount in both Milwaukee and Dane Counties, after concerns were raised as to concerns over the number of ballots cast against the number of registered voters. A recount is set to begin there on Friday.