Judge in Pennsylvania asked Trump campaign to provide evidence of mail-in ballot fraud after it sued to prevent state from using drop boxes for mail voting— Ari Berman (@AriBerman) August 20, 2020
In 524 pages Trump campaign couldn't cite a single instance of mail-in voting fraud https://t.co/rjYvOopkog
“Not only did the campaign fail to provide evidence that voter fraud was a widespread problem in Pennsylvania, they failed to provide any evidence that any misconduct occurred in the primary election or that so-called voter fraud is any sort of regular problem in Pennsylvania.”— RT (@RtRivesresister) August 21, 2020
"After taking office, Trump established a controversial presidential commission to study voter fraud. The commission met only twice before disbanding without producing evidence of widespread voter fraud in U.S. elections."— JP Massar (@jpmassar) August 20, 2020
Why didn't they cite the Republican fraud in western North Carolina? https://t.co/0nAUXQ6GBK— Leslie Cohig Gura (@5280high) August 20, 2020
Now if only we could get WH reporters to *consistently* ask him:— Susan Mitchell (@Ehrest) August 21, 2020
"Sir, strong accusations of crime require proof. Can you please provide us with verifiable proof of your assertions?"