The Trump campaign has finally filed a lawsuit in Nevada, almost 12 hours after holding a bizarre press conference Thursday morning that included claims without any evidence whatsoever.
The lawsuit includes complaints they’ve already put before the courts and that were unsuccessful, like trying to get the signature matching verification machines thrown out in Clark County and trying to stop the count until they had more “meaningful access” to ballot counting.
This lawsuit was brought before the federal district court, against Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske.
The lawsuit also reiterates the new claims former acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell and former Republican Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt made Thursday morning.
“Irregularities have plagued the election in Clark County, including lax procedures for authenticating mail ballots and over 3,000 instances of ineligible individuals casting ballots. Ballots have even been cast on behalf of deceased voters. Moreover, the public has often been prohibited from observing the processing of mail ballots, resulting in much of their work being done in the shadows without public accountability,” the lawsuit alleges.