I have written about a little election fraud is always present. But it seldom affects the final result.
In trying to prove that election fraud went beyond a few erroneous votes created by partisan workers, the Trump campaign did a terrible job of making that claim. All I can say is: "You had your chance to make your case; you blew it."
I watched several videos of Mr. Guilani in a courtroom proffering witnesses which he seemed to pick up from the bar's parking lot after closing time.
But here is one video worth watching:
In this case, these two witnesses are credible. If I were a betting man, I would happily place a wager on this polling station had some internal collusion to squeak out a few extra votes for Mr. Biden than Mr. Biden deserved. Had not these witnesses not been there, this polling station would have found even more votes for Mr. Biden.
The alarming thing was the Democratic representative in the hearing was using all sorts of tricks to discredit these witnesses rather than try to find the truth. She was playing the same kind of game as Mr. Trump.
When asked by the panel, one witness estimated that "two to three dozen" votes had been tampered with.
Had this been a systemic practice, there should have been a lot more stories like this one. Instead, Mr. Guliani paraded witnesses who cannot be deemed as credible.
So my conclusion is that story proffered by the two witnesses is mostly true. And I hope practices improve in the next election. But this story--by itself--does not prove fraud to the point of overturning the election result.