Former US Attorney: Why It’s Hard to Prove Voter Fraud in Court

Cindy Drukier
By Cindy Drukier
November 13, 2020The Nation Speaks
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As things stand, President Trump would need to gain three states to win this election. Right now there are lawsuits pending, sometimes multiple, in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and Nevada. So it’s a high bar to reach. At the same time, the evidence and affidavits continue to pile up with the Trump campaign’s team of lawyers.   

But what will it take to actually prove election fraud and flip results—presumably the end game for President Trump and many of his 71 million supporters? Guy Lewis, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, can help answer that.

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