The presumption of cheating is not reasonable at all. There are myriad laws and processes and checks that exist to ensure voting is accurate and trustworthy. There are after-the-fact election integrity checks. Historically, cheating has been extremely insignificant in US elections. The people who have that responsibility have determined again that our elections themselves had high integrity.
The proper presumption is that the elections were fine. The burden of proof lies entirely with the Trump camp, not the other way around.
If you’ve got something, show it! Trump’s lawyers have been laughed and scolded out of court for refusing to even claim, once inside the courtroom, that there was anything amiss, much less produce evidence.
We presume that we actually landed on the moon in 1969 because there is a preponderance of evidence for it, plus we saw it on TV, live, and there were thousands of people involved in the accomplishment. There are still quite a few people who think we didn’t land on the moon. But it’s up to them to make their case.
Same story here. You need to show something besides the already explained minor issues and the partisan affidavits that claimed nothing but personal beliefs.
Simply believing something doesn’t make it real. You’re a victim of a mass delusion. Don’t hurt yourself this way.