Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel blasted President Trump’s election lawsuits on Wednesday, saying there is no evidence to support his allegations of misconduct.
Nessel claims that the administration’s lawsuits unfairly target Detroit, a city that has a majority black population and historically high number of Democrat voters, according to Detroit Free Press. She further asserts that the campaign is overlooking other, majority-white population centers in the state where President-elect Joe Biden received a higher percentage of the vote than Hillary Clinton received in 2016.
According to Detroit Free Press, Nessel said in a press conference that “the themes that we see, that persist, are this: Black people are corrupt, Black people are incompetent and Black people can’t be trusted. That’s the narrative that is continually espoused by the Trump campaign and their allies in these lawsuits.”
The Trump campaign alleges there has been voter fraud in Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, all swing states. (RELATED: Mail-In Voting For November Election Over Coronavirus Opens Door For Fraud, Experts Say)
Voter tallies for Michigan spiked around 6:00 a.m. on November 4, with Biden overtaking Trump when Milwaukee submitted approximately 170,000 absentee votes that were overwhelmingly democratic.
Wisconsin experienced a similar