A lawsuit filed in Michigan gives a stark look behind the curtain of partisan party politics and Deep State election fraud. Technical experts are taking a hard look at the Dominion Voting Systems equipment and the lawsuit that made it possible has some unexpected twists and turns that give an indication of just how deep that rabbit hole really goes.
Election fraud by the numbers
After a group of Republicans in the Michigan State legislature got a look at “hundreds of sworn affidavits by GOP and Independent poll challengers,” they sent a letter in mid-November demanding Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson perform a “full, independent audit” of the fraud accusations before she certifies the vote.
As FreeRepublic writes, “The radical Secretary of State, who has a problem with telling the truth, ignored their request.”
A week later, on November 23, attorney Matthew DePerno filed a lawsuit on behalf of Central Lakes resident William Bailey. The lawsuit demanded “Antrim County allow a forensic investigation of the Dominion voting machines.”
Not only was it “discovered that thousands of ballots cast for President Trump were counted as votes for Joe Biden,” there was an impossible recount on one of the propositions indicating fraud.
The Village of Central Lake wanted to allow a marijuana dispensary and the initial vote came out deadlocked at 262 votes each way. When they were being recounted, as “ballots were being inserted into the machine, 3 of them were destroyed and were not placed through the tabulator.”
The measure still got 262 yes votes even with the three missing ballots, but one of the no votes “disappeared” and the measure passed. That raised some eyebrows over potential fraud. Two more “unexplainable” vote counts in the county left voters questioning the integrity of the outcome.
A forensic study
When DePerno asked the 13th Circuit Court to allow Mr. Bailey the opportunity to “perform a forensic study of the machines,” the Judge said sure. He agreed that “based on all the allegation of fraud, statutory violations, and other misconduct” somebody needs to “take a forensic image” of the tabulators, thumb drives, and related software, including the master tabulator.
After that, comes the “investigation of those images, after which a manual recount of the election results and independent audit of the November 3 election may be ordered to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the election.”
After Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer granted permission, on Friday, December 4, for the fraud discovery work to be done on a rush basis over the weekend while staff was out of the way, “Township Administrator Peter Garwood informed Mr. Bailey that he would not allow the machines to be accessed until Monday at 11:00 a.m.”
He had called in “Dominion officials and suggested they come to the Antrim County building where the court-ordered examination was to take place.” Baily and his lawyer tracked down the Judge over the weekend. Meanwhile they assembled a team of “patriots” to ensure “that the Dominion equipment inside the Antrim County building wouldn’t be tampered with prior to the team’s arrival.”
After several elected county commissioners ordered Garwood to “stand down and allow the examination to take place over the weekend,” they were able to access the machines to do the fraud probe.
While the IT team was hard at work, “Garwood began to take photos of the seven IT experts. When one of the team saw him taking photos of them, they demanded Garwood delete them from his phone. According to DePerno, Garwood reluctantly deleted them. While he couldn’t say for certain, DePerno believes Garwood was attempting to dox the highly-skilled, IT forensic experts.”
They were taking lots of snapshots of the lawyers vehicle too. Once the team had the data, they had a Sheriff’s escort back to the airport. The results are expected any day now.