Nevada Judge Approves 15 Depositions And Hearing About Voter Fraud, Date Set For Dec 3

( A Nevada judge has approved a date for a hearing to take place where evidence of voter fraud will be presented. The announcement on Tuesday was a good sign for the Trump campaign which has filed several lawsuits in battleground states alleging that widespread voter fraud undermined the legitimacy of the November election.

Representatives of the Trump campaign say that they have enough evidence of voter fraud in Nevada to change the results of the state’s election. Should that happen in other states also, it could result in the complete reversal of currently understood results of the presidential election. In Nevada, Democratic candidate Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump with 703,486 votes to President Trump’s 669,890.

The president and his campaign, however, believe that tens of thousands of illegal mail-in ballots were counted during the election.

According to the Washington Examiner, the Trump campaign will present evidence that would result in the rejection of several tens of thousands of mail-in ballots in Clark County, a heavily Democratic area where Biden’s mail-in ballots outnumbered the president by 91,000.

Mark Meadows, White House Chief of Staff, announced on Twitter that a judge had allowed Nevada Republicans to present findings on December 3.

“Americans will now hear evidence from those who saw firsthand [sic] what happened-a critical step for transparency and remedying illegal ballots,” he added. “Stay tuned.”

This month, the Trump campaign said that Nevada’s results were impacted by non-residents illegally voting and people also voting on behalf of dead residents. Signatures on hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots were also not verified by ballot watchers during the count, as is required by election law.

The news of a December 3 panel comes after a hearing was held in Pennsylvania, where dozens of witnesses gave testimony about the fraud and intimidation tactics they witnessed in the state.

Could the president’s team really turn this around in the coming weeks?