Jonathan Turley was on with Bret Baier tonight, explaining that it makes complete sense was to why we don’t have evidence of systemic voter fraud yet:
“I think it’s clear at this point that voting fraud occurred.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 12, 2020
Turley makes the point that we can’t have actual evidence yet at this stage because we don’t have access to the system:
“We wouldn’t have evidence of system problems until we’re into the canvassing stage in most elections. That has created this frustration in court. A Trump attorney was asked by a judge “are you saying there was massive fraud?”, and he said “honestly, no.” But the reason he said that is because it’s the election officials that hold this information. In order to find systemic problems you need access to the system.”
Turley explains that it would take a court to do that:
“Does that mean we have seen evidence that would establish systemic violations? No. I’ve been reading these complaints and these affidavits – I think it’s clear at this point that voting fraud occurred…but we still don’t know. And we wouldn’t know unless we had greater access to the system itself. That is held by election officials and that requires a court to order that information to be turned over.”
All I hear is common sense from Turley. But the Democrat garbage media would have you believe that you must have evidence now or you have no case, which is really just a ruse to make Republicans wilt and accept Biden as president.