In it, but not of it. TPM DC
After a bit more back and forth, Friedberg explained that he is not trying to get the ballot counted for which he believes Jake Thompson forged his wife's signature -- he's just trying to get Jake's separate ballot counted, using the alleged forgery and the witness signature on his wife's ballot for comparison with the handwriting on his own.
Reilly said that based on Friedberg's explanation, she's not as confused. Friedberg chuckled and replied, "I may play a recording back and see if I am, your honor."
Friedberg previously championed the cause of a different individual whose girlfriend forged his signature on his ballot application, while he himself signed the ballot.
Note: It has been established that outside of specific legal exceptions for people who are physically unable to sign their own forms, it is a felony to have someone else forge a signature on a ballot or an application.