Four voters have filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan. They claim that “sufficient evidence” exists “to place in doubt the November 3 presidential election results” in three Michigan counties, including Wayne, Ingham and Washtenaw. County election officials fraudulently changed dates and allowed illegal votes to be cast. The counties did not provide a transparent process, either. There was also a software glitch, mounting clerical errors, and “other issues and irregularities.”
The lawsuit includes Plaintiffs Lena Bally, of Oakland County, Steven Butler of Jackson County, Gavriel Grossbard of Oakland County, and Carol Hatch of Eaton County Michigan – all eligible and registered voters of the state.
If the lawsuit is successful, the judge could toss out approximately 1.2 million votes. If this happens, then the state would flip in President Trump’s favor. According to the initial contested results, Biden won the state by approximately 146,000 votes. The widespread reports of fraud in these three Democratic strongholds could ultimately cost Biden the state of Michigan. This will depend largely on the judges themselves, who are politically appointed by Democrats who control the state.
But the level of fraud is too great to bypass, too cumbersome to ignore. Republican ballot challengers have been harassed and illegal ballot tampering has occurred in these Democrat strongholds. Democrats have not provided a transparent process and have threatened those who seek to oversee and hold the process accountable. The lawsuit also alleges that illegal ballots have been included in unofficial results. (Related: Detroit whistleblower comes forward, describes massive voter fraud for Biden with repeat ballot counting.)
According to the lawsuit, a full certification of the vote for Joe Biden would violate the First and Fourteenth Amendments due to “vote-dilution disenfranchisement.” In Costanino v. City of Detroit, Case No. 20-014780-AW, there were numerous issues of fraud and misconduct. Additionally, a credentialed poll challenger was excluded from the absentee counting process, in violation of Michigan law. (Trump v. Benson, Case No. 20-000225-MZ.) Absentee counting boards conducted counts without inspectors being present from each party, and challengers were denied access to video of ballot boxes, also in violation of Michigan law. Ballots were also allowed to be dropped into unattended drop boxes, contrary to Michigan law. This has allowed more than 10,000 dead people to vote in Michigan in 2020. Reasonable safeguards were not put in place specifically in Wayne County, where officials were videotaped bringing in coolers in the middle of the night. At 4AM, vote dumps recorded near 100 percent support for Joe Biden.
Even worse, ballots were systematically processed and counted using voter names that failed to appear in the either the Qualified Voter file (QFV) or the supplemental sheets. When the voter’s name could not be found, the election worker assigned the ballot to a random name already in the QVF to a person who had not voted. Election official fraud was rampant and included election workers not verifying signatures on absentee ballots so they could backdate the absentee ballots and process them regardless of their validity. Tens of thousands of these absentee ballots arrived, without envelopes, and were all counted for Democratic candidates. The election workers were instructed to process the ballots using false birthdays. Defendants in the case coordinated the fraud by instructing election workers to process these late-arriving ballots while falsely reporting that they were received prior to November 3rd.
Listen to Texas Attorney Sidney Powell detail the latest coordinated election fraud. She will go down in America’s history books as a patriot.
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