Fla. attorney says evidence of voter fraud may lead to election decided in courts

In this Nov. 3, 2020, photo, a worker scans and tabulate ballots at the Miami-Dade County Elections Department in Doral, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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UPDATED 8:22 AM PT – Tuesday, November 10, 2020

A Florida attorney is backing President Trump’s lawsuits by challenging the suspected voter fraud committed by Democrats in the election.

On Monday, Amanda Makki said the President performed “extremely well” at the polls. She added, possible election irregularities must be investigated and reviewed by the courts in order to ensure election integrity.

“And the laws allow you to bring your claims before a court,” she stated. “And I believe that will happen.”

The Florida attorney also noted she believes only President Trump is able to reunite America.

“President Trump excelled with women…excelled with populations, in particular, in the state of Florida and South Florida with people who came from other countries like Nicaragua, like Venezuela, like Cuba,” Makki stated. “…And did not stand with Joe Biden and his message of perpetuating things that they saw in their own country that that scared them.”

The attorney added, this election is likely to be decided after extended litigation and could potentially end up going to the Supreme Court.

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