Don’t let the baby face fool you; Trump campaign attorney Jay Binnal is a badass.
On November 19, Binnall tweeted directly at the team of RINOs at The Lincoln Project; a PAC made up of unethical never-Trumpers who still can’t get over Trump’s victory in the 2016 election.
Binnall called out the Lincoln Project crybabies for doxxing Trump attorneys, tweeting: “Hey @ProjectLincoln, I hear you like to dox and harass lawyers who defend the President and stand up for transparent elections. I just filed the Nevada election contest to recognize @realDonaldTrump “Come at me, bro,” he told them, along with the well-known video clip of Val Kilmer in “Tombstone,” where he dares his enemies to take him on.
Hey @ProjectLincoln, I hear you like to dox and harass lawyers who defend the President and stand up for transparent elections. I just filed the Nevada election contest to recognize @realDonaldTrump as the true winner. Come at me bro. pic.twitter.com/wpdmbwvFdp
— Jesse R. Binnall ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (@jbinnall) November 20, 2020
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Yesterday, Binnall promised Fox Business News’ Maria Bartiromo that they will present evidence of real voter fraud, thousands and thousands of instances of voter fraud in Nevada alone.
Conservative Matt Schlapp, who was also part of Trump’s campaign, has been involved in the uncovering of voter fraud in Nevada since the election. Earlier today, Schlapp tweeted about the rental car they needed to transport the massive amount of voter fraud evidence to the hearing:
Hearing to present our evidence of illegal voting is at 1:30 today in Carson City NV. We have so much evidence we had to rent a separate car. Interesting that our opposing counsel is infamous for representing the DNC as it concocted the discredited malign Russian Dossier…hmmm
Hearing to present our evidence of illegal voting is at 1:30 today in Carson City NV. We have so much evidence we had to rent a separate car.
Interesting that our opposing counsel is infamous for representing the DNC as it concocted the discredited malign Russian Dossier…hmmm
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) December 3, 2020
At the conclusion of the hearing today, the Carson City District Court Judge James Russell said he wanted more time to review the evidence presented. Nevada Independent – Judge Russell asked attorneys for the Trump campaign and defendants (the electors appointed by the state Democratic Party to cast the state’s six electoral votes) to prepare a proposed order by 10 a.m. on Friday — saying he wanted more time to review claims made during the Thursday afternoon hearing but with enough time for parties to potentially appeal to the state’s Supreme Court.
Here’s the video of the hearing provided by Right Side Broadcasting:
Here’s what it looked like outside of the Nevada hearing today. Trump supporters continue to show up in big numbers in every state where hearings on voter fraud are taking place:
— dondikeanukam (@dondikeanukam) December 4, 2020
PJ Media reports – An audit of 1,400 mail-in ballots in Nevada found that two percent were cast by voters who never actually received a ballot in the mail, and one percent were cast by voters who say they didn’t even vote.
The audit, which was conducted by Baselice and Associates for the Trump campaign’s legal team in Nevada, found that 579,000 absentee ballots were returned to the state by Election Day. If three percent of those ballots were improperly cast, that comes to 17,300 illegal votes.
The Trump campaign was also granted the right to inspect the voting machine used during the election, though they’ve yet to be granted a proper inspection.
“Machines were not usable, and we were not able to make a determination about the accuracy and integrity of the election process based on this inspection,” Trump’s legal team said. “We are entitled to a computer forensic inspection in accordance with the judge’s order. We were prevented from doing one. This was a digital election and we were not allowed a digital inspection. The ‘inspection’ today was like trying to determine if a car had failed brakes without getting underneath the car.”