MELISSA Carone told a crowd gathered outside the Supreme Court that supporters of President Donald Trump will “take back” the election.
Carone spoke at a Stop the Steal rally on Saturday after shooting to prominence as an alleged witness to election fraud at a hearing with Rudy Giuliani in Michigan last week.
Melissa Carone said supporters of President Donald Trump will ‘take back’ the electionCredit: The Sun
“It is so good to see so many Trump supporters here. It is so good to see it. The things that have been said to me lately have been terrible,” said Carone, who appeared to be reading from a script on her phone.
Carone, who appeared to be wearing a shirt with her own face on it, also pledged to continue “exposing the fraud” in the brief speech.
Elections officials have repeatedly said there is no evidence of voter fraud that would alter the results of the election.
“I will not give up this fight. I will keep exposing the fraud that I saw and we will win this. We will take it back. This was a stolen election. This was the most important election of our lives,” Carone said.
Carone previously testified at a hearing related to alleged election fraud with Rudy GiulianiCredit: AFP – Getty
Carone was hired by a temporary staffing agency to help Dominion Voting Systems as an IT contractor during the electionCredit: Right Side
She continued: “Donald Trump is the best president we ever had. He cares about us. He cares about Americans and this is for our kids, this is for my children — so they have the right to vote.”
Carone added that she “will not stand down to these senators,” though it was not immediately clear to which senators she was referring.
Last week, Carone’s testimony went viral when she made several baseless accusations without evidence of mass criminality at the polling center she worked at during the presidential election.
A temporary staffing agency had employed Carone to help Dominion Voting Systems as an IT contractor during the election.
However, concerns about Carone’s credibility as a witness have been raised since it was revealed that she had just completed probation for a computer crime linked to a sex tape.
The 33-year-old, under the name Melissa Wright, was with first degree obscenity and using a computer to commit a crime after she allegedly sent pornographic videos to her fiancé’s ex-wife and framed the woman for stealing them.
A spokeswoman for the prosecutor’s office in Wayne County, Michigan, said that Carone struck a plea agreement which reduced her charge to disorderly conduct.
She received 12 months of probation – which ended just before she began working during the election.
Carone previously told The Sun she used to work as a waitress for Hooters but would not confirm or deny reports that claimed she previously worked as a stripper.
“I am sorry but that’s so farfetched I’m not commenting on the left trying to discredit me,” she said.
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