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Rudy Giuliani launched a press conference to tell the world he had evidence of the 2020 US Election that was so damning that it would flip the results in favour of Donald Trump.
The evidence was so good, but he's not allowed to show or tell us yet.
The briefing, which was cut by several news networks to allow for fact checking, went for a whopping 90-minutes and contained loads of falsehoods about the election, according to CNN.
We'll get to what was said in a second, however one of the standouts from the conference was what was trickling down Rudy's face.
Considering how long the briefing took while under intense studio lighting, it's unsurprising that it was probably a little warm in the room.
However, many pointed out what appeared to be hair dye was coming from Donald Trump's personal attorney noggin and onto his face.
It wasn't long before people on social media picked up on it and ran an absolute mile with it.
The Trump team's live YouTube stream also accidentally picked up the operators of the feed talking about the running sweat.
One was heard saying they were on a Zoom call and they presumably thought they wouldn't be heard. The other operator mentioned 'Rudy's hair dye running down his face' while laughing.
Giuliani said there were plenty of people who influenced the election, however wasn't able to reveal their identities because it could affect their safety and wellbeing.
He added that there have been 'over-votes' in Michigan and that amounts to voter fraud, however Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said that is 'quite common' for a precinct to have a balance issue and 'it's more of a bookkeeping, clerical issue'.
Interestingly, the issue Giuliani is referring to happened in 2016 when Trump won Michigan with 80 per cent of Detroit precincts out of balance, however no issue was raised from Trump's team. During the 2020 election, only 42 per cent of precincts are out of balance, and yet it now amounts to voter fraud.
During the press conference, Trump's personal lawyer also claimed there were more than 600,000 ballots in Pennsylvania that weren't inspected and therefore aren't valid. A Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice has since declared that everything that happened in the state in regards to vote counting complied with the law.
Jenna Ellis, a legal adviser for the Trump campaign, was also present at the briefing and said that there was 'more to come' in regards to supposed evidence about the US election.
She said they had organised an 'elite strike force' and we should sit back and wait for the juicy information to come through.
Ellis and Giuliani said there was a 'massive influence of communist money' that was pumped into the election 'from Venezuela, Cuba and China' and also blamed George Soros, the Clinton Foundation, Antifa and other shadowy groups or individuals for affecting the outcome.
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