Thanks to information revealed by a Michigan attorney, we now know that the election firm, Election Source, plans to discreetly break the law by eliminating election data from voting machines today, July 15.
Attorneys have issued a cease and desist order to prevent this destruction of evidence from happening.
Just last week, an email was sent from Election Source to local election officials in Michigan stating that they would be performing “preventative maintenance” on voting equipment by removing batteries from the voting machines, which would erase data.
The letter states:
“We will be visiting xxx County on July 15th to perform preventative maintenance on your voting equipment. There is not an upgrade this time, just preventative maintenance. During the preventative maintenance, we will be removing the ICX batteries to prevent any issues with the batteries shutting off your machines. Batteries are not necessary in Michigan due to the fact that we do not use direct-recording electronic voting in our state.”
The Gateway Pundit reports: “Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has asked the Michigan election officials to do things to cover up the 2020 Election fraud before, so this latest action by Election Source is not so shocking… This company would likely not send any letter like the following to election officials without Secretary of State Benson knowing about it.”
Michigan Attorney Stephanie Lambert has revealed that she will be filing a lawsuit against Election Source.
“I’ve been working closely with Matt DePerno and with other attorneys and experts, like I said, and we’ve obtained a lot of evidence,” Lambert said. “In fact there’s going to be a lawsuit filed in the very near future against Election Source which is a contractor to Dominion. Matt Deperno sent a cease and desist letter to Election Source today because there was a letter sent out by Election Source to all of the clerks in Michigan stating that they’re coming to do preventative updates regarding removing a battery in most of the election equipment which is problematic because this would erase data [on those machines]. That’s one piece of what’s happening with Election Source.”
Listen to the full interview with Lambert below: