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Affidavits aren’t evidence of fraud

Are affidavits evidence and fact or hearsay?

The definition of an affidavit is: a sworn statement in writing, made especially under oath or on affirmation before an authorized magistrate or officer. A public notary is a public officer who attests to or certifies writings to make them authentic and takes affidavits, and depositions. I will point out here that an affidavit says the written statement was written by the person signing the document. This is not hard evidence but can only be supportive of evidence already submitted. This is why the courts have rejected claims of fraud. An affidavit can essentially be a glorified personal opinion. Mr. Trumps claim of having thousands of affidavits if true means he has thousands of written opinions.

I also want to define hearsay. There are two definitions: a. rumor, b. evidence based not on a witness’s personal knowledge but on matters told to him by another. I put these two definitions here to point out actual hard evidence or even truth in is not necessary and affidavits can be based on hearsay.

My point is affidavits cannot determine whether an election is honest or not. The hard evidence comes from voting records, audits, and county/state elections officials across the county, not partisans or presidents. Therefore, from the hard evidence, the election was not fraudulent or unfair and Joe Biden fairly won.

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