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BREAKING: 2020 voter FRAUD exposed – 800,000 ballot applications sent to unqualified voters in Michigan
By Belle Carter // Aug 15, 2023

The independent news website Gateway Pundit recently released an exclusive smoking gun report where Michigan law enforcement unveiled a voter fraud incident involving a multiple-swing-states group funded by Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign.

According to the news outlet, activists Phil O'Halloran, Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party's Election Integrity Committee, and Lori Skibo, Director of the Michigan GOP's Poll Challenger Program, obtained a copy of the state police report and began investigating the story in June this year.

It all started on October 8, 2020, a month before the 2020 general election, when Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch noticed a black female (whose name was redacted initially from the police report), dropping off between 8,000 to 10,000 completed voter registration applications at her office. During the deadline for in-person voter registration applications, the said woman returned to the clerk's office to deliver additional registration forms in person. Meisch estimated that she brought an additional 2500 forms. The city clerk then contacted the Muskegon Police Department and Detective Logan Anderson and Captain Shawn Bride conducted a non-custodial interview with the suspect.

As per Meisch, numerous forms appeared to have been completed by the same writer, and upon initial examination, addresses on multiple forms were invalid or non-existent. They also found that phone numbers on multiple forms were erroneous and signatures on multiple forms didn't appear to match signatures on file with the Department of Secretary of State. (Related: Guns, burner phones and fake registrations – the buried Michigan voter fraud scandal: GBI Strategies Director Gary Bell had 70 organizations operating in 20 states in 2020 – TIED TO JOE BIDEN CAMPAIGN.)

The state investigator spoke with the female suspect who explained that she was being paid by GBI Strategies $1150 per week to look for "unregistered voters and provide them with a form so they can get registered to vote or obtain their absentee ballot." But this statement did not make sense as the handwriting on the registrations was the same and many of the addresses were fake.

Michigan Attorney General (AG) Dana Nessel asked the MI State Police to join the Muskegon Police and AG's investigation of the potentially massive, multi-city voter fraud operation. Nessel is currently attempting to prosecute 15 senior citizens and the former MI GOP co-chair for casting an alternate set of electoral votes in the 2020 election.

But it is a wonder to the election integrity activists why the AG seemed to fail to mention the investigation to the public. She is still claiming that there was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in her state. "This is despite the fact that she knew her office and the office of Michigan's Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson were both involved with the state police in a large-scale investigation that took place across the state before it was taken over by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)," GP reported.

Furthermore, MI SOS Analyst Corey Ames confirmed that a quantity of the forms they found in their investigation "are clearly fraudulent." Still, Benson claimed there was no widespread voter fraud in Michigan and neglected to mention the investigation to the public.

"This explosive investigation was covered up and buried from the public, until today," GP further exposed.

Rigging elections: GBI Strategies has been in operation since 2014

The following 2020 police report that GBI Strategies, the Tennessee-based group that is heavily connected to the Biden campaign and various Democrat campaign committees, has been in operation since 2014.

The investigators found that GBI was paid $1,571,386 by Doug Jones for a Senate campaign back in 2018. That was just one race they were involved in. It was also paid $188,000 by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in 2018. The woman involved in the voter's registration fraud in Michigan was paid $1150 per week and given a rental car. She said she was given a "reloadable pay card."

Following a raid, Michigan authorities discovered caches of pre-paid gift cards from "different" companies, firearms equipped with silencers, and disposable burner phones. The police report also noted that there were numerous GBI job openings listed in Flint, Michigan, and Regional Field Manager postings in Washington DC, and Chicago, Illinois. Its employees were being paid $15 an hour or $120 a day.

During their investigation, the police also found partially completed voter registration forms and police found "pelican cases in the room with semi-automatic rifles joined with suppressors and optics and customized pistols." One case had "four rifles and four pistols." However, the police claimed these weapons were legal and lawful after calling in the ATF to inspect the weapons.

Meanwhile, three years later, former President Donald Trump faces legal battles because he "fraudulently" pursued "baseless" claims of voter fraud, mainstream media claimed. It can be noted that Trump won the Michigan vote in 2016 by 15,000 votes but suspiciously lost to Joe Biden by 150,000 votes four years later. Sixteen Trump presidential electors in Michigan are being prosecuted by Nessel, because according to her, they "fraudulently" believed that there was systemic voter fraud that was not being properly investigated.

Follow VoteFraud.news for more news about election fraud.

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