RUDY Giuliani awkwardly shushed a "star" witness on Wednesday who was testifying to "voter fraud" as another attendee insisted "all Chinese look alike."

The former Mayor of New York City and President Trump's lawyer attempted to quiet down witness Melissa Carone as she spoke at the Michigan House Oversight Committee hearing.



Carone, an IT contractor for Dominion Voting Systems, appeared to get angered and raised her voice as she was asked about her fraud claims.

When the lawmaker questioned Carone on the thousands of votes that were allegedly counted multiple times, he said: "We’re not seeing the poll book off by 30,000 votes."

Carone then responded: “What’d you guys do, take it and do something crazy to it?

“I’d say that poll book is off by over 100,000 [votes],” she added.

She also insisted there were "zero registered voters” in the poll book and questioned about the "turnout rate being 120 percent."

It was then Giuliani reached over to Carone, gently patted her on the back, and calmly shushed her.

Carone mocked Rep Steven Johnson's questions and urged him to "take a look again" at the numbers.

Johnson then said: "We're not seeing the poll books off by 30,000 votes."

His answer prompted Carone to fire back: "What did you guys do? Take it and do something crazy to it?

"I know what I saw… And I signed something that said if I'm wrong, I can go to prison.Did you?"

She also said: "I have an affidavit! I am a mother, I have two children, I have two degrees.

"I don’t know any woman in the world that would write an affidavit under oath just to write it. You can go to prison for this!”


During the same hearing, another witness said: “The other representative said that you can actually show up and vote without an ID.

"Shocking. How can you allow that to happen?

"Like, a lot of people think all Indians look alike. I think all Chinese look alike.”

On Election Day, the witness worked as a Republican poll watcher at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan.

During the Wednesday hearing, she discussed what she suspected to be suspicious and did not provide evidence of voter fraud.

As the woman answered a question on how to prevent future voter fraud, she said: "I come from a country where a lot of things go wrong. Our countries are known for corruption.

"But when it comes to elections, from what I’ve seen here to what we used to do back in India, it is a lot more organized now because we have an identification system."

She also questioned how polling sites can confirm voters' identities, adding: "If some Chow shows up, you can be anybody and you can vote.

"And if somebody with my name — you can’t even tell my name — anybody can vote on my behalf. So ID should be the basic requirement.”

Giuliani, the attorney leading the Trump campaign's fraud accusations, explained at the hearing that he considers himself "an expert of prosecuting fraud."

The former mayor has been alleging a widespread conspiracy by Democrats with no evidence and has filed multiple lawsuits in battleground states.

However, the claims have been repeatedly dismissed with some Republicans noting a lack of evidence.

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