There is no closing quotation mark at the end of paragraph 34.
More issues with quotation marks. The sentence in paragraph 79 should end like this: . . . at table 'A'."
In 2019, it was further reported that with the new Dominion Voting Machines being used in Georgia's current voting system, "there's no way to . . .
We have subparagraphs in the (a), (b), (c) format. For ease of reading, these subparagraphs should have a hanging indent so that the left-margin of text lines up under "Recounts" and "But" and "The".
🚨NEW: Sidney Powell files another conspiracy theory lawsuit--this time in Michigan.— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) November 26, 2020
The Kraken are still struggling with spelling, and now also with spacing. pic.twitter.com/R9Nv8K5tbO
oh boy pic.twitter.com/wdJ84JDo8O— Oval Office Extraction Team (@SierraTangoNYC) November 26, 2020
So the fraud is so good there is no evidence of it?— Waycool Jr (@Waycooljr62) November 26, 2020
Oh the irony! Their mistake was not making any mistakes! That’s what gave them away.— whimsycrat (@MSkiesTheLimit) November 26, 2020
All three judges on the panel were appointed by Republican presidents. The opinion's author was appointed by @realDonaldTrump in 2017, and the concurring judges by President George W. Bush. https://t.co/3GHAuDjMGt— George Conway (@gtconway3d) November 27, 2020
Milwaukee County concludes its recount of the presidential election -- one of two counties where Trump sought a recount in Wisconsin. The results: Biden's lead, currently at about 20,000 statewide, grew by 132 votes.— Rosalind Helderman (@PostRoz) November 27, 2020
Looks like even the @GOP has stopped tweeting out anything about the Trump/Republican lawsuits.👀— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) November 27, 2020
Lawyers are not supposed to bring lawsuits that are that are frivolous, have no legal rationale, or are merely designed to cause a delay in the normal operation of law. https://t.co/hlCKviuDrI— The Nation (@thenation) November 26, 2020