"We have to acknowledge that the court system has been deeply intimidated by the left, just as the lawyers have been intimidated," James Troupis told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Wednesday. "And that's a sad, sad state of affairs."
The committee was conducting a hearing that explored voting "irregularities" from the 2020 general election. During the hearing, witnesses testified about a litany of alleged instances of election fraud occurring in multiple contested states.
Their claims are backed up by mounting evidence from witnesses, whistleblowers, and data experts that have emerged in recent weeks alleging that a proportion of ballots cast and counted in these battleground states were done so under irregular and fraudulent circumstances. Much of the evidence was presented through affidavits in the lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign or third parties, and through state legislature hearings hosted by Republicans.