(PS Added, edited for typos/clarity)
I just read some complaints from a few of the affidavits that the Trump campaign collected, according to the National Review (who received copies from The Blaze). The National Review, of course, is a conservative publication, started by famous U.S. Conservative, William F. Buckley. I've also read complaints at other sites, both liberal and conservative.
Erm - these seem to be claims of mostly white suburban Trump women of "feeling outnumbered" and "mistreatment" by Trump poll workers by non-Trump poll workers - they are NOT voting irregularities.
(And I'm pretty sure the Democratic poll worker in hiding, right now, after being threatened with his life has his own story to tell about "mistreatment" and "harassment" could file an affidavit of his own - but even his affidavit wouldn't be a "voting irregularity," either.)
I am NOT saying mistreatment or harassment is okay, on either political side - but those are NOT voting irregularities.
I also am NOT saying that SMALL pockets of voter fraud didn't happen - on either side politically, with personalities so inclined.
What I AM saying is that filing affidavits to the Trump campaign about "feeling outnumbered" and "mistreated" may warrant an investigation into better working conditions for all poll workers - on both political sides - but they do NOT constitute "evidence of voter fraud" - which is why Trump's lawsuits are going nowhere.
Speaking of which, after reading many of these, they actually sound like a bunch of true Karens - a "Karen" meaning a falsely entitled, over-privileged, bored, never-satisfied, gossipy, judgmental white woman from the suburbs, who complains to management over the tiniest slight - who are just mad they didn't receive special treatment and special poll-watcher/observer conditions, as white suburban women showing up to poll watch in inner cities.)
I recall being asked privately not to talk about the election anymore by several Trumper friends on Facebook (I'm no longer on FB, btw), and even some liberal friends who kowtowed to the others, and asked to post about "puppies and kittens" instead, to help unify - even posting to that effect - and a couple even called us "snowflakes" and "whiners" and told us to "Suck it up, Buttercup - are you triggered?" and "get over it" publicly on Facebook - just because we were still talking about the election loss on Facebook - literally two days after the 2016 election.