A group of lawyers in Georgia brought a lawsuit concerning 200,000 votes that may have been illegally counted, and which “undercu[t] the integrity of the general election,” Amistad Project Director Phill Kline said in a press release. 

The Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project also challenged other apparent fraud in the states of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nevada, and Arizona, noting the intervention of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, according to the local media The Daily Mining Gazette on Nov. 24. 

“A common thread of the election dynamics in these states is that Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, through a progressive organization called the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), provided huge amounts of money,” according to a statement from the Amistad Project. 

Zuckerberg’s more than $300 million to Democratic-controlled cities pays the salaries of election officials, dictating the number of ballot boxes and polling centers.

This information was obtained by Project Amistad from documents released by court order. 

Within its legal activities in search of electoral transparency, Amistad tried to demonstrate before the courts that hundreds of thousands of votes were cast fraudulently.

The members of Project Amistad maintained that they are coordinating their efforts with the Trump campaign, and with the direction of attorney Rudy Giuliani, reported The Daily Mining Gazette.

There were many irregularities in the state of Georgia, the most serious being the use of vote counting machines administered by Dominion Voting Systems. 

This system manipulates to alter the results according to the preferences of those who use them, and this seems to be the case in Georgia, where changes were made shortly before early voting began on Oct. 12.

Another group of lawyers represented by attorney David Cross, who pointed out a critical change in the software, which evidenced the vulnerability of the system.

The numerous cases and evidence of electoral fraud are beyond the capacity of a large legal team, but many individuals and groups are joining in what has become a crusade to preserve electoral rights in the United States. 

Evidence banks have even been created that can be provided by witnesses, and are available to those who have the capacity to bring them to court. 

Some outraged citizens have denounced or witnessed cases like the following tweet, where a Republican teller betrays the Nevada registrar of votes.

“The vote registrar in Nevada deliberately used the epidemic as an excuse to make Republican vote observer stand far away to escape supervision,” translates the written tweet in Chinese, yet the woman’s statement is clear about those facts.

“But their conversation happened to be heard by a Republican observer and reported to the media.” concludes the user’s tweet @TuCaoFakeNews.