Attorney Rudi Giuliani, who is in charge of President Donald Trump’s legal team, has said that, with one week to go before the votes are certified as part of the U.S. presidential race, electoral losses are expected to be reversed in four states.
“I think our best chance is in Wisconsin, Georgia, Michigan, and Arizona. I would say Wisconsin in the courts. Georgia, Michigan, and Arizona in the legislature,” Giuliani said during an interview on John Catsimatidis’s “The Cats Roundtable.”
In Georgia, a state in which a blatant and fraudulent election process was exposed when a secret vote count was conducted late at night without the supervision of election observers, efforts to overturn the election results are more advanced.
According to Giuliani during Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” the legal team he leads on behalf of President Trump was moving the process forward before the state legislature to nullify the election results and install its own voters.
Giuliani said the Georgia Legislature was upset by the evidence presented of the fraud committed at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta and as a result began a petition to hold its own session, the first state Legislature to do so.
Giuliani and senior attorney Jenna Ellis, have worked before state legislatures seeking to reassert their power to elect their own constituents in the face of evidence of voter fraud since the beginning of the Nov. 3 election.
“This is a constitutional role that the Founding Fathers gave to our legislatures,” Giuliani said, noting, “They are the ones who are supposed to select the president, not the governors, not the Board of Elections. They are the ones who have the constitutional obligation to decide on the voters. So in Georgia they are going to do that.
Giuliani also said that both Michigan and Arizona are considering taking the same steps as Georgia to select voters.
“Michigan is considering the same thing,” Giuliani said. “They’re not quite as far along, but they are drafting something right now, and so is Arizona, so those three … could very well end up in front of the legislature to decide who the electors are.”
Giuliani also mentioned a complaint in Arizona denouncing electoral fraud in favor of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, alleging that thousands of illegal residents voted, according to Washington Examiner.