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Rudy Guiliani has evidence of voter fraud involving Dominion machines.

Rudy Guiliani did not tweet about Dominion machines but was sent from a deleted Twitter account.

Rudy Guiliani did not tweet about Dominion machines but was sent from a deleted Twitter account.The US Congress confirmed that Joe Biden had won the 2020 US Presidential elections. However, Trump and his allies have alleged that the elections were fraudulent and filed several lawsuits in the federal courts, and most of them have been denied, dismissed, or withdrawn.

Several posts on social media circulated an alleged tweet made by Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani which said that he has evidence of voter fraud involving Dominion machines. However, the account from which the tweet was sent remains suspended, and the username is “@RudyGiulianI, which is not the official Twitter account of Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani’s real Twitter handle is “@RudyGiuliani.”

Giuliani has made several allegations against the Dominion and SMARTMATIC voting systems in his earlier posts. We at Logically have debunked false claims about voting machines and found that the Dominion software was used in only two of the five counties with problems in Michigan and Georgia. Those issues were not related to software. Further, Eddie Perez, a voting technology expert, has said there had been only a “small handful” of issues resulting from human error involving voting technology, not the software itself.

Thus it is evident the tweet has been fabricated and not sent by Trump's lawyer.

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