Last Updated on November 6, 2020
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has announced a leave of absence from his position in the state to work with President Donald Trump’s legal team as he prepares to challenge election results in key battleground states that initially reported wide victory margins for the president, but after days of discovering and counting mail-in ballots went to Joe Biden.
“Despite months of predictions about a ‘blue wave,’ @GOP kept the Senate & expanded seats in the House,” wrote Reyes. “Biden & his allies know @POTUS will win if only verified, #legal votes are counted.”
He added that, presumably at least in Utah, “we are making sure that happens” but adds that it “looks like courts may have to decide” the fate of the presidency in the United States.
On personal leave time to help prepare and support litigation in several states dealing with compromised election process.
— Sean Reyes (@SeanReyesUT) November 6, 2020
Reyes then added that he is “On personal leave time to help prepare and support litigation in several states dealing with compromised election process.”
Yesterday President Trump confirmed National File’s reporting that Republican vote counting observers have not been allowed in Michigan or Pennsylvania, despite state law and a court order in Pennsylvania giving the Republicans permission to observe.
National File reported:
In a statement to the media, Pam Bondi said “We’re not going away, and now we are going to take further remedy to fix this.”
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski top Republican lawyer Pam Bondi addressed the press in Philadelphia, where they say Republicans are were still being kept from keeping an eye on the ballot count. They are being denied access to view the count despite being presented with a court order. The Sheriff has also refused to come down and enforce the court order, provoking a fiery speech in which Lewsndowski questioned, “What are you hiding?”
Additionally, National File has reported extensively on SharpieGate in Arizona, where a video told voters explicitly not to use a Sharpie marker on their ballots, which some claim invalidates them, prior to another video telling voters that use of sharpies was required.