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Delaware County, PA Voting Machine Warehouse Custodian Sues Trump, Allies Over 2020 Fraud Claims – 03.11.2021, Sputnik International

Delaware County, PA Voting Machine Warehouse Custodian Sues Trump, Allies Over 2020 Fraud Claims – 03.11.2021, Sputnik International

FILE PHOTO: A sign reading fraud is pictured near a supporter of U.S. President Donald Trump wearing a Make America Great Again (MAGA) as votes continue to be counted following the 2020 U.S. presidential election, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. November 6, 2020 - Sputnik International, 1920, 03.11.2021Tim KorsoAll materialsWrite to the authorLast year, Donald Trump and his campaign claimed that voting machines in Pennsylvania had been tampered with, allegedly to secure Joe Biden’s victory. Trump’s team presented two witnesses, who claimed to have seen a voting official interfering with the machines, but the case was lost in court.The custodian of a warehouse in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, where voting machines are kept, James Savage, has filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump, his former attorney Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s campaign, and several other people over claims they made in 2020 of voter fraud.Trump and his allies alleged that Savage meddled with the voting machines in the state of Pennsylvania, but they failed to prove this in court, despite two GOP poll-watchers, Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes, claiming they saw the fiddling. Both Stenstrom and Hoopes are also cited as defendants in the custodian’s lawsuit.Savage claims to have suffered greatly from the claims made by Trump’s team which, he insists, were known by them to be false.

"As is well-known by poll-watchers and election officials, this position [of voting-machine warehouse custodian] did not vest [Savage] with any ability to conduct vote tabulation whatsoever. All defendants herein knew that such fraud was impossible", Savage's attorney, J Conor Corcoran, said.

The custodian said he suffered two heart attacks and routinely received death threats after the accusations by Trump, his attorney, and campaign, even though they did not mention Savage by name. Savage noted that it was easy for any person to deduce who was meant since he was the only voting machine warehouse custodian in Delaware County.

"Simply put, Mr Savage's physical safety, and his reputation, were acceptable collateral damage for the wicked intentions of the defendants herein, executed during their lubricious attempt to question the legitimacy of President Joseph Biden's win in Pennsylvania", Savage's attorney added.

In 2020, Trump and his campaign claimed to have evidence that 50,000 votes had been registered illegally in Delaware County via the voting machines in Joe Biden’s favour. Two GOP poll-watchers, Stenstrom and Hoopes, claimed to have seen Savage uploading something from USB cards to the said machines.

Trump still insists that the 2020 election was “stolen” from him by the Democrats via the use of massive voter fraud in several states. However, the former president and his legal team failed to win any lawsuits upholding these accusations in courts. Now, they face lawsuits themselves from the people and companies whom they accused of fraud – namely Dominion Voting Systems.

Sourse: sputniknews.com

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