Despite 20 books of evidence on Nevada’s alleged election fraud in the state, Obama appointee Judge James Russell tossed the Trump legal team’s lawsuit on Friday. His decision is apparently based on having a “little value.”
Nevada Independent reports:
President Donald Trump’s legal effort to overturn presidential results in Nevada has fallen short after a Carson City District Court judge rejected his team’s request to award the state’s six electoral votes to the incumbent.
Judge James Russell ruled Friday against the Trump campaign’s unprecedented request to either block certification of the state’s presidential election results or award the state’s electoral votes to Trump, saying in a written order that the campaign’s claims of voter fraud to the level needed to bring the state’s presidential results into question fell far short of the evidentiary standard needed to contest the results of the presidential election.
In his 35-page order, Russell wrote that he found the evidence offered by the Trump campaign to have “little to no value,” and failed to provide under any standard of proof that the campaign’s long list of alleged fraud and vote irregularities could be backed up under any evidentiary standard.
This week, Trump’s lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis presented massive evidence and several witnesses before legislatures in three battle ground states, including Arizona, Michigan, and Georgia.
BREAKING: Despite having 20 binders full of evidence and affidavits showcasing fraud, the judge in Nevada denied the Trump campaign lawsuit.
This is insane. https://t.co/NfWwbs9GFE
— Mike Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) December 4, 2020
In a report by Fox News’ Sean Hannity, he specified several grounds for the Trump campaign’s lawsuit, which were ignored by Judge Russell and the mainstream media.
“The campaign submitted 20 binders with 8,000 pages of evidence in just Nevada alone. That’s a 130,000 illegal ballots that they’re saying were cast, including potentially 42,000 people who voted twice, 23,000 that were mailed to out of state ineligible voters, 44,000 ballots cast from non-existent or commercial addresses,” Hannity enumerated.
“1,500 votes from people who are dead,” he added, before showing a video of Trump’s lawyer in Nevada Jesse Binnall’s statement on Thursday and another statement from a Georgia witness.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 5, 2020