Rudy Giuliani says Trump team checking GRAVEYARDS for names of dead Americans they think ‘voted’ in mail-in ballots

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RUDY Giuliani said on Wednesday that President Trump’ team is checking graveyards for the names of dead Americans they suspect “voted” through mail-in ballots.

Speaking at the Pennsylvania State Legislature’s Public Hearing on the 2020 presidential election, Giuliani revealed that thousands of mail-in ballots were actually submitted by dead people.

Rudy Giuliani spoke at the Pennsylvania State Legislature’s Public Hearing on the 2020 presidential election
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Rudy Giuliani said: ‘We’re checking the records of cemeteries around Philadelphia’[/caption]


Trump supporters stand outside the public hearing on the president’s election claims[/caption]

Giuliani slammed the “crooks in Philadelphia” for submitting 8,021 mail in ballots from dead people – a number the top lawyer dubbed as low count for the “crooks.”

“We’re checking the records of cemeteries around Philadelphia,” he said, inside a Wyndham hotel in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

The Trump campaign lawyer then told listeners: “It’s probably easier for dead people to put in mail in ballots than it is to vote in person.”

He added: “I know crooks very well. If you give them an inch they take a mile.

“If you give them a mile they take the whole country.”

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Giuliani insisted he knew ‘crooks’ very well on Wednesday[/caption]

As Giuliani mentioned a couple of statistics that are being looked into, he noted 682,770 mail-in ballots in Allegany County and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, were “not observed by any single Republican.”

He later explained that 22,686 mail-in ballots were returned on the day they were mailed, 32,591 were returned the day after they were mailed, and another 20,000 were returned before they were mailed.

Giuliani also suggested Trump might have won the state of Virginia – a state which holds 13 electoral college votes.

However, Biden won Virginia by approximately 500,000 votes.

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