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Trump Fan Who Gives 2.5 Million Dollars To Fight Electoral Fraud Demands Money Back.

Trump Fan Who Gives 2.5 Million Dollars To Fight Electoral Fraud Demands Money Back.

Trump fan who gave $2.5 million to help expose & investigate presidential electoral fraud allegations wants his money back after what he claims are "disappointing results". He said he pressed True the Vote for details of how it was spending his money but instead got "platitudes, and empty promises."

It seems that all the claims of Trump and his party of electoral fraud are becoming false. Recently the appellate court in Pennsylvania also denied Trump's appeal of voter fraud. Now there is another news that one supporter of Trump who had given 2.5million dollars to support the claims of Trump had sued the group ‘True the vote Inc’ in Houston and now wants his money back. He said that he had asked them about the process many times but they refused to answer him.

True the Vote has filed four cases in favor of President Trump's electoral appeal in the weeks after the US Presidential Election.

Donor Fred Eshelman is allegedly suing the Houston-based conservative association 'True the Vote Inc for supposed 'empty promises' with the party committed to 'investigating, litigating, and revealing in the 2020 general election presumed illegal balloting and fraud.'

The 'Validate the Vote' campaign of True the Vote included filing cases in several swing states, gathering complaints from whistleblowers, galvanizing legislative support, and conducting 'advanced data modelling and predictive research to detect suspected irregular or fraudulent balloting.'

 

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However, all of these lawsuits were dropped as of last week, with True the Vote Founder and President Catherine Engelbrecht making the following statement on November 17:

Yesterday, we made the difficult decision to dismiss our current lawsuits in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

While we stand by the voters’ testimony that was brought forth, barriers to advancing our arguments, coupled with constraints on time, made it necessary for us to pursue a different path. But our fight for election integrity continues.

The litigation component of our work is only a fraction of what we are doing to pursue real solutions to vulnerabilities in our election system.

We are proud of the work we have done to inform Americans of the massive gaps in election security – and after the chaos that ensued after November 3, there is no denying the real and widespread problems nationwide. Americans are now ‘woke’ about the mess – let’s clean it up together.

 

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Eshelman, the founder of Eshelman Ventures LLC, has claimed, as revealed by Bloomberg, that he 'regularly and repeatedly' demanded updates on the project, but his 'requests were consistently met with vague responses, platitudes, and empty promises.'

According to Eshelman's complaint, brought in Houston federal court on Wednesday, November 25, he had promised to help True the Vote's initiative, wiring $2 million to the community on November 5.

One week later, after True the Vote's president told him that more money could be needed in order to meet the group's objectives, he then sent over a further $500,000.

Since True the Vote did not report any improvement to Eshelman, it became clear to the money manager that the party would not be able to implement the initiative he had endorsed, prompting him to ask for his cash back. True the Vote gave $1 million to Eshelman to drop all proposals for lawsuits.

At the moment of writing, the campaign of President Trump has yet to provide any compelling facts to support the notion that the results of the election were compromised by systematic voter fraud.

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Article Source: Unilad

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