-- https://www.salon.com/2022/07/20/ne...ction-mathematical-impossibility-that-i-lost/Failed far-right Nevada Republican gubernatorial candidate Joey Gilbert _filed a lawsuit_[*] seeking to overturn his primary defeat, citing an "analysis" that found his loss to be a "mathematical impossibility" even after a recount he requested confirmed the results.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo last month defeated Gilbert, who attended former President Donald Trump's Jan. 6 rally ahead of the Capitol riot, by double-digits, 38-27. But Gilbert, a voter fraud conspiracy theorist, refused to concede the race.
Gilbert on Friday filed a lawsuit on Friday in Clark County seeking to overturn his loss. The suit claims that Lombardo's win is a "mathematical impossibility." Once the results are "statistically corrected," said a copy of the complaint obtained by The Nevada Independent, will show "with irrefutable geometric finality" that Gilbert won by more than 55,000 votes.
Nevada counties already completed a recount sought by Gilbert, which confirmed that he lost to Lombardo by more than 20,000 votes.
* Alas, i can't download the file from the _filed a lawsuit_ link https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/22088788-gilbert-v-sisolak-et-al?responsive=1&title=1 , perhaps it's my browser/JS settings, perhaps they've pulled it from there, I don't know. However, the article does link to Gilbert's own page on the matter: https://operationsunlight.com/2022/07/15/uncharted-waters-here-we-go/ , but that is entirely evidence-free, so at the moment there's nothing to debunk.
If anyone finds either some claims from the suit (there's a hint to some mathematics in the Salon article, but not enough to deduce illogic from), can you post them here for debunking - unless someone else has already done that, in which case a link to that would be a perfectly fine way of closing this thread.