Fil-Am Republican lawyer joins Trump camp in difficult US election outcomes

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Fil-Am Republican lawyer joins Trump camp in challenging US election results

MANILA – A Filipino American joins US President Donald Trump’s camp to question the 2020 election results.

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes said he was “on vacation to assist with litigation preparation and support in multiple states dealing with the compromised electoral process.”

He later made it clear that he was not taking a leave of absence from office, but “a personal weekend to examine and discuss possible legal disputes in connection with the counting of votes in various states”.

To clarify an earlier tweet, I’m not taking a leave of absence from the AG office. I take a personal weekend to review and discuss possible legal disputes in connection with the counting of all legal votes.

– Sean Reyes (@SeanReyesUT) November 6, 2020

“Despite months of predictions of a ‘blue wave’ (the Republican Party), the Senate retained and expanded seats in the House. Biden and his allies know that (Trump) will win if only verified, #legal votes are counted. We make sure , it happens, but it looks like courts have to decide that. #RuleOfLaw, “Reyes tweeted on his personal Twitter account.

Despite months of “blue wave” predictions, @GOP retained the Senate and expanded the seats in the House. Biden and his allies know @POTUS wins if only verified. # Legal votes are counted. We’re making sure this happens, but it looks like courts may have to decide this. #RuleOfLaw

– Sean Reyes (@SeanReyesUT) November 6, 2020

While believing that not all votes in the US 2020 polls are fraudulent, Reyes claimed that battlefield state vote counting may have “undermined the general fairness of the electoral process and disenfranchised the votes of millions of Americans.”

However, if even some actions in battlefield nations resulted in wrong votes being counted or proper votes rejected, it undermines the overall fairness of the electoral process and can disenfranchise the votes of millions of Americans.

– Sean Reyes (@SeanReyesUT) November 6, 2020

“Some mistakes were probably made innocently. Others seem very deliberate. But in any case we should carefully examine and correct such irregularities. For the sake of our nation and those who win this election, we should ensure that it is conducted fairly everywhere.” . ” #RuleOfLaw, “added Reyes.

Some mistakes were probably made innocently. Others seem very deliberate. In both cases, however, we should carefully examine and correct such irregularities. For the sake of our nation and those who win this election, we want to ensure that it is conducted fairly everywhere. #RuleOfLaw

– Sean Reyes (@SeanReyesUT) November 6, 2020

Trump’s campaign team has already filed lawsuits in several states to challenge ballot counting, but has yet to prevail in court.

Reyes’ remarks come days after he was re-elected as Utah chief prosecutor. He was first appointed to the position in 2013.

Reyes is also a member of President Donald Trump’s Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Last August, Reyes was one of the speakers at the Republican National Convention, where he highlighted his Filipino roots and advocated Trump’s re-election, citing his joint fight with the US president against human trafficking.

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