EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

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EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

“In the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed an explosive election lawsuit asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to prevent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the election results until the Michigan legislature can fully investigate fraud claims and to force election officials to hand over all election materials to the legislature for this purpose.​
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Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Hand Them Over

The lawsuit claims that officials illegally counted or threw out no fewer than 508,016 ballots, far more than Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over Donald Trump. . . .​
Benson's Lawless Office:
Citing state records, the lawsuit claims that Benson’s office sent out 355,392 unsolicited ballots. Northon explained that Michigan law requires two signatures for absentee voting: a signature on an application form and a signature on the security sleeve for the ballot. In this election, officials mailed out more than 300,000 ballots that no one had requested.”​
Nearly 30,000 voters sent in absentee ballots but Michigan’s voting records show those ballots were not counted. The lawyer explained that Matthew Brainard conducted a survey and found “29,682 people said they requested a ballot, said they voted, and their ballot wasn’t counted. The state’s records show it wasn’t counted.”

Why did their ballots not make it to the final tally? Northon said the Amistad Project has “more than three dozen affidavits” testifying that officials threw out ballots when they did not like the result. It is unclear whether or not the officials threw out ballots for Trump while counting ballots for Biden, but “when government officials are not following the laws as written, you’ve got a problem.”

Michigan officials counted another 35,109 ballots that were not associated with any address. This statistic is nothing short of mindboggling. According to Northon, voters “were sent an absentee ballot, but there’s no address on file. They voted. That violates the law.”

Michigan officials also counted 13,248 ballots cast by individuals who were registered to vote in another state. They also counted 317 ballots from people who voted more than once and 259 ballots from voters who listed only an email address instead of a physical address. Finally, election officials mailed out at least 74,000 absentee ballots that voters requested online.

“The statute requires a signature, all they’re doing is checking a box,” Northon explained.

These illegal tabulations and omissions add up to more than three times the margin of victory in the State of Michigan.

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Due to these and other violations of state law, the lawsuit asks Michigan’s Supreme Court to “take immediate custody and control of all ballots, ballot boxes, poll books, and other indicia of the Election from Respondents or their designees to prevent spoliation or destruction, to prevent further irregularities, and to ensure that the Michigan Legislature and this Court have a chance to perform a constitutionally sound audit of individual votes.”

The lawsuit also asks the court to segregate illegal ballots, declare that Benson “violated Petitioners’ fundamental constitutional rights,” declare Benson’s ballot scheme illegal, enjoin Benson or Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) from certifying the election results, or appoint a special master or committee from the Michigan legislature to “investigate all claims of mistake, irregularity, and fraud at the TCF Center” in Detroit.

The lawsuit also raises two disturbing claims regarding the way Michigan officials managed the 2020 election.

In September, the Detroit City Council approved a $1 million contract for the staffing firm P.I.E. Management to hire up to 2,000 workers to work the polls and staff the ballot-counting machines at the TCF Center. P.I.E. Management reportedly paid temporary workers at least $50 per hour, far above rates in most rural communities. The lawsuit claims that this money came from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg through the group CTCL, “which paid over $400 million nationwide to Democrat-favoring election officials and municipalities.”

Perhaps even more disturbingly, Northon told PJ Media that Benson gave sensitive voter data to the left-leaning activist group Rock the Vote. Benson partnered with Rock the Vote in order to enable groups to register new voters. Yet in doing so, she put voter information at risk.

Benson gave Rock the Vote voters’ “eye color, social security number, and birthday” through the program, Northon said. He referenced a December 2019 report from the auditor-general of Michigan, which found that “too many people had full access or improper access to the qualified voting records.”

“When you try to increase the franchise, when you try to get people to vote, you have to do it lawfully,” Northon insisted.

Rather than addressing these very real concerns, officials are “trying to hurry up and move this along. They don’t want a second look.”

Yet The Amistad Project filed the lawsuit directly to the Michigan Supreme Court because “an audit six months later doesn’t do anybody any good.”

Yup. Now is the time to get to the bottom of this.
 

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So which is it?

Were they ignored or were they counted?
 

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EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

“In the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed an explosive election lawsuit asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to prevent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the election results until the Michigan legislature can fully investigate fraud claims and to force election officials to hand over all election materials to the legislature for this purpose.​

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Hand Them Over

The lawsuit claims that officials illegally counted or threw out no fewer than 508,016 ballots, far more than Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over Donald Trump. . . .​
Benson's Lawless Office:
Citing state records, the lawsuit claims that Benson’s office sent out 355,392 unsolicited ballots. Northon explained that Michigan law requires two signatures for absentee voting: a signature on an application form and a signature on the security sleeve for the ballot. In this election, officials mailed out more than 300,000 ballots that no one had requested.”​
Nearly 30,000 voters sent in absentee ballots but Michigan’s voting records show those ballots were not counted. The lawyer explained that Matthew Brainard conducted a survey and found “29,682 people said they requested a ballot, said they voted, and their ballot wasn’t counted. The state’s records show it wasn’t counted.”

Why did their ballots not make it to the final tally? Northon said the Amistad Project has “more than three dozen affidavits” testifying that officials threw out ballots when they did not like the result. It is unclear whether or not the officials threw out ballots for Trump while counting ballots for Biden, but “when government officials are not following the laws as written, you’ve got a problem.”

Michigan officials counted another 35,109 ballots that were not associated with any address. This statistic is nothing short of mindboggling. According to Northon, voters “were sent an absentee ballot, but there’s no address on file. They voted. That violates the law.”

Michigan officials also counted 13,248 ballots cast by individuals who were registered to vote in another state. They also counted 317 ballots from people who voted more than once and 259 ballots from voters who listed only an email address instead of a physical address. Finally, election officials mailed out at least 74,000 absentee ballots that voters requested online.

“The statute requires a signature, all they’re doing is checking a box,” Northon explained.

These illegal tabulations and omissions add up to more than three times the margin of victory in the State of Michigan.

View attachment 423747
Due to these and other violations of state law, the lawsuit asks Michigan’s Supreme Court to “take immediate custody and control of all ballots, ballot boxes, poll books, and other indicia of the Election from Respondents or their designees to prevent spoliation or destruction, to prevent further irregularities, and to ensure that the Michigan Legislature and this Court have a chance to perform a constitutionally sound audit of individual votes.”

The lawsuit also asks the court to segregate illegal ballots, declare that Benson “violated Petitioners’ fundamental constitutional rights,” declare Benson’s ballot scheme illegal, enjoin Benson or Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) from certifying the election results, or appoint a special master or committee from the Michigan legislature to “investigate all claims of mistake, irregularity, and fraud at the TCF Center” in Detroit.

The lawsuit also raises two disturbing claims regarding the way Michigan officials managed the 2020 election.

In September, the Detroit City Council approved a $1 million contract for the staffing firm P.I.E. Management to hire up to 2,000 workers to work the polls and staff the ballot-counting machines at the TCF Center. P.I.E. Management reportedly paid temporary workers at least $50 per hour, far above rates in most rural communities. The lawsuit claims that this money came from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg through the group CTCL, “which paid over $400 million nationwide to Democrat-favoring election officials and municipalities.”

Perhaps even more disturbingly, Northon told PJ Media that Benson gave sensitive voter data to the left-leaning activist group Rock the Vote. Benson partnered with Rock the Vote in order to enable groups to register new voters. Yet in doing so, she put voter information at risk.

Benson gave Rock the Vote voters’ “eye color, social security number, and birthday” through the program, Northon said. He referenced a December 2019 report from the auditor-general of Michigan, which found that “too many people had full access or improper access to the qualified voting records.”

“When you try to increase the franchise, when you try to get people to vote, you have to do it lawfully,” Northon insisted.

Rather than addressing these very real concerns, officials are “trying to hurry up and move this along. They don’t want a second look.”

Yet The Amistad Project filed the lawsuit directly to the Michigan Supreme Court because “an audit six months later doesn’t do anybody any good.”

Yup. Now is the time to get to the bottom of this.


December 8th, 2020 is around the corner.


Hello Twelfth Amendment


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EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

“In the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed an explosive election lawsuit asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to prevent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the election results until the Michigan legislature can fully investigate fraud claims and to force election officials to hand over all election materials to the legislature for this purpose.​

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Hand Them Over

The lawsuit claims that officials illegally counted or threw out no fewer than 508,016 ballots, far more than Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over Donald Trump. . . .​
Benson's Lawless Office:
Citing state records, the lawsuit claims that Benson’s office sent out 355,392 unsolicited ballots. Northon explained that Michigan law requires two signatures for absentee voting: a signature on an application form and a signature on the security sleeve for the ballot. In this election, officials mailed out more than 300,000 ballots that no one had requested.”​
Nearly 30,000 voters sent in absentee ballots but Michigan’s voting records show those ballots were not counted. The lawyer explained that Matthew Brainard conducted a survey and found “29,682 people said they requested a ballot, said they voted, and their ballot wasn’t counted. The state’s records show it wasn’t counted.”

Why did their ballots not make it to the final tally? Northon said the Amistad Project has “more than three dozen affidavits” testifying that officials threw out ballots when they did not like the result. It is unclear whether or not the officials threw out ballots for Trump while counting ballots for Biden, but “when government officials are not following the laws as written, you’ve got a problem.”

Michigan officials counted another 35,109 ballots that were not associated with any address. This statistic is nothing short of mindboggling. According to Northon, voters “were sent an absentee ballot, but there’s no address on file. They voted. That violates the law.”

Michigan officials also counted 13,248 ballots cast by individuals who were registered to vote in another state. They also counted 317 ballots from people who voted more than once and 259 ballots from voters who listed only an email address instead of a physical address. Finally, election officials mailed out at least 74,000 absentee ballots that voters requested online.

“The statute requires a signature, all they’re doing is checking a box,” Northon explained.

These illegal tabulations and omissions add up to more than three times the margin of victory in the State of Michigan.

View attachment 423747
Due to these and other violations of state law, the lawsuit asks Michigan’s Supreme Court to “take immediate custody and control of all ballots, ballot boxes, poll books, and other indicia of the Election from Respondents or their designees to prevent spoliation or destruction, to prevent further irregularities, and to ensure that the Michigan Legislature and this Court have a chance to perform a constitutionally sound audit of individual votes.”

The lawsuit also asks the court to segregate illegal ballots, declare that Benson “violated Petitioners’ fundamental constitutional rights,” declare Benson’s ballot scheme illegal, enjoin Benson or Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) from certifying the election results, or appoint a special master or committee from the Michigan legislature to “investigate all claims of mistake, irregularity, and fraud at the TCF Center” in Detroit.

The lawsuit also raises two disturbing claims regarding the way Michigan officials managed the 2020 election.

In September, the Detroit City Council approved a $1 million contract for the staffing firm P.I.E. Management to hire up to 2,000 workers to work the polls and staff the ballot-counting machines at the TCF Center. P.I.E. Management reportedly paid temporary workers at least $50 per hour, far above rates in most rural communities. The lawsuit claims that this money came from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg through the group CTCL, “which paid over $400 million nationwide to Democrat-favoring election officials and municipalities.”

Perhaps even more disturbingly, Northon told PJ Media that Benson gave sensitive voter data to the left-leaning activist group Rock the Vote. Benson partnered with Rock the Vote in order to enable groups to register new voters. Yet in doing so, she put voter information at risk.

Benson gave Rock the Vote voters’ “eye color, social security number, and birthday” through the program, Northon said. He referenced a December 2019 report from the auditor-general of Michigan, which found that “too many people had full access or improper access to the qualified voting records.”

“When you try to increase the franchise, when you try to get people to vote, you have to do it lawfully,” Northon insisted.

Rather than addressing these very real concerns, officials are “trying to hurry up and move this along. They don’t want a second look.”

Yet The Amistad Project filed the lawsuit directly to the Michigan Supreme Court because “an audit six months later doesn’t do anybody any good.”

Yup. Now is the time to get to the bottom of this.
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EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

“In the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed an explosive election lawsuit asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to prevent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the election results until the Michigan legislature can fully investigate fraud claims and to force election officials to hand over all election materials to the legislature for this purpose.​

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Hand Them Over

The lawsuit claims that officials illegally counted or threw out no fewer than 508,016 ballots, far more than Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over Donald Trump. . . .​
Benson's Lawless Office:
Citing state records, the lawsuit claims that Benson’s office sent out 355,392 unsolicited ballots. Northon explained that Michigan law requires two signatures for absentee voting: a signature on an application form and a signature on the security sleeve for the ballot. In this election, officials mailed out more than 300,000 ballots that no one had requested.”​
Nearly 30,000 voters sent in absentee ballots but Michigan’s voting records show those ballots were not counted. The lawyer explained that Matthew Brainard conducted a survey and found “29,682 people said they requested a ballot, said they voted, and their ballot wasn’t counted. The state’s records show it wasn’t counted.”

Why did their ballots not make it to the final tally? Northon said the Amistad Project has “more than three dozen affidavits” testifying that officials threw out ballots when they did not like the result. It is unclear whether or not the officials threw out ballots for Trump while counting ballots for Biden, but “when government officials are not following the laws as written, you’ve got a problem.”

Michigan officials counted another 35,109 ballots that were not associated with any address. This statistic is nothing short of mindboggling. According to Northon, voters “were sent an absentee ballot, but there’s no address on file. They voted. That violates the law.”

Michigan officials also counted 13,248 ballots cast by individuals who were registered to vote in another state. They also counted 317 ballots from people who voted more than once and 259 ballots from voters who listed only an email address instead of a physical address. Finally, election officials mailed out at least 74,000 absentee ballots that voters requested online.

“The statute requires a signature, all they’re doing is checking a box,” Northon explained.

These illegal tabulations and omissions add up to more than three times the margin of victory in the State of Michigan.

View attachment 423747
Due to these and other violations of state law, the lawsuit asks Michigan’s Supreme Court to “take immediate custody and control of all ballots, ballot boxes, poll books, and other indicia of the Election from Respondents or their designees to prevent spoliation or destruction, to prevent further irregularities, and to ensure that the Michigan Legislature and this Court have a chance to perform a constitutionally sound audit of individual votes.”

The lawsuit also asks the court to segregate illegal ballots, declare that Benson “violated Petitioners’ fundamental constitutional rights,” declare Benson’s ballot scheme illegal, enjoin Benson or Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) from certifying the election results, or appoint a special master or committee from the Michigan legislature to “investigate all claims of mistake, irregularity, and fraud at the TCF Center” in Detroit.

The lawsuit also raises two disturbing claims regarding the way Michigan officials managed the 2020 election.

In September, the Detroit City Council approved a $1 million contract for the staffing firm P.I.E. Management to hire up to 2,000 workers to work the polls and staff the ballot-counting machines at the TCF Center. P.I.E. Management reportedly paid temporary workers at least $50 per hour, far above rates in most rural communities. The lawsuit claims that this money came from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg through the group CTCL, “which paid over $400 million nationwide to Democrat-favoring election officials and municipalities.”

Perhaps even more disturbingly, Northon told PJ Media that Benson gave sensitive voter data to the left-leaning activist group Rock the Vote. Benson partnered with Rock the Vote in order to enable groups to register new voters. Yet in doing so, she put voter information at risk.

Benson gave Rock the Vote voters’ “eye color, social security number, and birthday” through the program, Northon said. He referenced a December 2019 report from the auditor-general of Michigan, which found that “too many people had full access or improper access to the qualified voting records.”

“When you try to increase the franchise, when you try to get people to vote, you have to do it lawfully,” Northon insisted.

Rather than addressing these very real concerns, officials are “trying to hurry up and move this along. They don’t want a second look.”

Yet The Amistad Project filed the lawsuit directly to the Michigan Supreme Court because “an audit six months later doesn’t do anybody any good.”

Yup. Now is the time to get to the bottom of this.


December 8th, 2020 is around the corner.


Hello Twelfth Amendment


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I FEEL LIKE I CAN GUESS THE ANSWERS: Four Data Dumps in the Witching Hour After the Election Gave Biden Victory. Rand Paul Has Questions.

Without these 4 wee hours vote dumps, Biden's not at 270.

MI: See the vertical blue spikes of Biden Votes in the wee hours of the night?

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Without those two dumps, he loses MI

See that Blue Spike in WI, again, wee hours, and without it, he loses.

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Here are the 4 vote dumps that stole the election: On 11/4 between 1:30am and 6:30am the election was stolen. Without those 4 dumps, Biden's only at 264 ECV votes. The rest of the graph, Biden/Trump/3rd party candidates have very consistent vote ratios, with Trump beating the 3rd party candidates by 30 points or more. In the 4 dumps, Biden not only suddenly takes a massive leap in the vote percentage, and these four are all BIG vote total updates, but, Trump barely beats the 3rd party candidates in just these four updates, only beating them by 2-3 points.

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The 4 updates that stole the election for Biden:
  1. An update in Michigan listed as of 6:31AM Eastern Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 141,258 votes for Joe Biden and 5,968 votes for Donald Trump
  2. An update in Wisconsin listed as 3:42AM Central Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 143,379 votes for Joe Biden and 25,163 votes for Donald Trump
  3. A vote update in Georgia listed at 1:34AM Eastern Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 136,155 votes for Joe Biden and 29,115 votes for Donald Trump
  4. An update in Michigan listed as of 3:50AM Eastern Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 54,497 votes for Joe Biden and 4,718 votes for Donald Trump
 

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These were lowlife convicts and junkies getting paid with Snickers bars and meth, trying to outsmart the MIT Phd mathematicians and scholars that are analyzing the results now. It won't be difficult to smoke them out.
 

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EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

“In the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed an explosive election lawsuit asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to prevent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the election results until the Michigan legislature can fully investigate fraud claims and to force election officials to hand over all election materials to the legislature for this purpose.​

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Hand Them Over

The lawsuit claims that officials illegally counted or threw out no fewer than 508,016 ballots, far more than Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over Donald Trump. . . .​
Benson's Lawless Office:
Citing state records, the lawsuit claims that Benson’s office sent out 355,392 unsolicited ballots. Northon explained that Michigan law requires two signatures for absentee voting: a signature on an application form and a signature on the security sleeve for the ballot. In this election, officials mailed out more than 300,000 ballots that no one had requested.”​
Nearly 30,000 voters sent in absentee ballots but Michigan’s voting records show those ballots were not counted. The lawyer explained that Matthew Brainard conducted a survey and found “29,682 people said they requested a ballot, said they voted, and their ballot wasn’t counted. The state’s records show it wasn’t counted.”

Why did their ballots not make it to the final tally? Northon said the Amistad Project has “more than three dozen affidavits” testifying that officials threw out ballots when they did not like the result. It is unclear whether or not the officials threw out ballots for Trump while counting ballots for Biden, but “when government officials are not following the laws as written, you’ve got a problem.”

Michigan officials counted another 35,109 ballots that were not associated with any address. This statistic is nothing short of mindboggling. According to Northon, voters “were sent an absentee ballot, but there’s no address on file. They voted. That violates the law.”

Michigan officials also counted 13,248 ballots cast by individuals who were registered to vote in another state. They also counted 317 ballots from people who voted more than once and 259 ballots from voters who listed only an email address instead of a physical address. Finally, election officials mailed out at least 74,000 absentee ballots that voters requested online.

“The statute requires a signature, all they’re doing is checking a box,” Northon explained.

These illegal tabulations and omissions add up to more than three times the margin of victory in the State of Michigan.

View attachment 423747
Due to these and other violations of state law, the lawsuit asks Michigan’s Supreme Court to “take immediate custody and control of all ballots, ballot boxes, poll books, and other indicia of the Election from Respondents or their designees to prevent spoliation or destruction, to prevent further irregularities, and to ensure that the Michigan Legislature and this Court have a chance to perform a constitutionally sound audit of individual votes.”

The lawsuit also asks the court to segregate illegal ballots, declare that Benson “violated Petitioners’ fundamental constitutional rights,” declare Benson’s ballot scheme illegal, enjoin Benson or Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) from certifying the election results, or appoint a special master or committee from the Michigan legislature to “investigate all claims of mistake, irregularity, and fraud at the TCF Center” in Detroit.

The lawsuit also raises two disturbing claims regarding the way Michigan officials managed the 2020 election.

In September, the Detroit City Council approved a $1 million contract for the staffing firm P.I.E. Management to hire up to 2,000 workers to work the polls and staff the ballot-counting machines at the TCF Center. P.I.E. Management reportedly paid temporary workers at least $50 per hour, far above rates in most rural communities. The lawsuit claims that this money came from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg through the group CTCL, “which paid over $400 million nationwide to Democrat-favoring election officials and municipalities.”

Perhaps even more disturbingly, Northon told PJ Media that Benson gave sensitive voter data to the left-leaning activist group Rock the Vote. Benson partnered with Rock the Vote in order to enable groups to register new voters. Yet in doing so, she put voter information at risk.

Benson gave Rock the Vote voters’ “eye color, social security number, and birthday” through the program, Northon said. He referenced a December 2019 report from the auditor-general of Michigan, which found that “too many people had full access or improper access to the qualified voting records.”

“When you try to increase the franchise, when you try to get people to vote, you have to do it lawfully,” Northon insisted.

Rather than addressing these very real concerns, officials are “trying to hurry up and move this along. They don’t want a second look.”

Yet The Amistad Project filed the lawsuit directly to the Michigan Supreme Court because “an audit six months later doesn’t do anybody any good.”

Yup. Now is the time to get to the bottom of this.
 

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EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

“In the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed an explosive election lawsuit asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to prevent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the election results until the Michigan legislature can fully investigate fraud claims and to force election officials to hand over all election materials to the legislature for this purpose.​

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Hand Them Over

The lawsuit claims that officials illegally counted or threw out no fewer than 508,016 ballots, far more than Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over Donald Trump. . . .​
Benson's Lawless Office:
Citing state records, the lawsuit claims that Benson’s office sent out 355,392 unsolicited ballots. Northon explained that Michigan law requires two signatures for absentee voting: a signature on an application form and a signature on the security sleeve for the ballot. In this election, officials mailed out more than 300,000 ballots that no one had requested.”​
Nearly 30,000 voters sent in absentee ballots but Michigan’s voting records show those ballots were not counted. The lawyer explained that Matthew Brainard conducted a survey and found “29,682 people said they requested a ballot, said they voted, and their ballot wasn’t counted. The state’s records show it wasn’t counted.”

Why did their ballots not make it to the final tally? Northon said the Amistad Project has “more than three dozen affidavits” testifying that officials threw out ballots when they did not like the result. It is unclear whether or not the officials threw out ballots for Trump while counting ballots for Biden, but “when government officials are not following the laws as written, you’ve got a problem.”

Michigan officials counted another 35,109 ballots that were not associated with any address. This statistic is nothing short of mindboggling. According to Northon, voters “were sent an absentee ballot, but there’s no address on file. They voted. That violates the law.”

Michigan officials also counted 13,248 ballots cast by individuals who were registered to vote in another state. They also counted 317 ballots from people who voted more than once and 259 ballots from voters who listed only an email address instead of a physical address. Finally, election officials mailed out at least 74,000 absentee ballots that voters requested online.

“The statute requires a signature, all they’re doing is checking a box,” Northon explained.

These illegal tabulations and omissions add up to more than three times the margin of victory in the State of Michigan.

View attachment 423747
Due to these and other violations of state law, the lawsuit asks Michigan’s Supreme Court to “take immediate custody and control of all ballots, ballot boxes, poll books, and other indicia of the Election from Respondents or their designees to prevent spoliation or destruction, to prevent further irregularities, and to ensure that the Michigan Legislature and this Court have a chance to perform a constitutionally sound audit of individual votes.”

The lawsuit also asks the court to segregate illegal ballots, declare that Benson “violated Petitioners’ fundamental constitutional rights,” declare Benson’s ballot scheme illegal, enjoin Benson or Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) from certifying the election results, or appoint a special master or committee from the Michigan legislature to “investigate all claims of mistake, irregularity, and fraud at the TCF Center” in Detroit.

The lawsuit also raises two disturbing claims regarding the way Michigan officials managed the 2020 election.

In September, the Detroit City Council approved a $1 million contract for the staffing firm P.I.E. Management to hire up to 2,000 workers to work the polls and staff the ballot-counting machines at the TCF Center. P.I.E. Management reportedly paid temporary workers at least $50 per hour, far above rates in most rural communities. The lawsuit claims that this money came from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg through the group CTCL, “which paid over $400 million nationwide to Democrat-favoring election officials and municipalities.”

Perhaps even more disturbingly, Northon told PJ Media that Benson gave sensitive voter data to the left-leaning activist group Rock the Vote. Benson partnered with Rock the Vote in order to enable groups to register new voters. Yet in doing so, she put voter information at risk.

Benson gave Rock the Vote voters’ “eye color, social security number, and birthday” through the program, Northon said. He referenced a December 2019 report from the auditor-general of Michigan, which found that “too many people had full access or improper access to the qualified voting records.”

“When you try to increase the franchise, when you try to get people to vote, you have to do it lawfully,” Northon insisted.

Rather than addressing these very real concerns, officials are “trying to hurry up and move this along. They don’t want a second look.”

Yet The Amistad Project filed the lawsuit directly to the Michigan Supreme Court because “an audit six months later doesn’t do anybody any good.”

Yup. Now is the time to get to the bottom of this.


December 8th, 2020 is around the corner.


Hello Twelfth Amendment


.


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I FEEL LIKE I CAN GUESS THE ANSWERS: Four Data Dumps in the Witching Hour After the Election Gave Biden Victory. Rand Paul Has Questions.

Without these 4 wee hours vote dumps, Biden's not at 270.

MI: See the vertical blue spikes of Biden Votes in the wee hours of the night?

View attachment 423767
Without those two dumps, he loses MI

See that Blue Spike in WI, again, wee hours, and without it, he loses.

View attachment 423768

Here are the 4 vote dumps that stole the election: On 11/4 between 1:30am and 6:30am the election was stolen. Without those 4 dumps, Biden's only at 264 ECV votes. The rest of the graph, Biden/Trump/3rd party candidates have very consistent vote ratios, with Trump beating the 3rd party candidates by 30 points or more. In the 4 dumps, Biden not only suddenly takes a massive leap in the vote percentage, and these four are all BIG vote total updates, but, Trump barely beats the 3rd party candidates in just these four updates, only beating them by 2-3 points.

View attachment 423769

The 4 updates that stole the election for Biden:
  1. An update in Michigan listed as of 6:31AM Eastern Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 141,258 votes for Joe Biden and 5,968 votes for Donald Trump
  2. An update in Wisconsin listed as 3:42AM Central Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 143,379 votes for Joe Biden and 25,163 votes for Donald Trump
  3. A vote update in Georgia listed at 1:34AM Eastern Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 136,155 votes for Joe Biden and 29,115 votes for Donald Trump
  4. An update in Michigan listed as of 3:50AM Eastern Time on November 4th, 2020, which shows 54,497 votes for Joe Biden and 4,718 votes for Donald Trump
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EXPLOSIVE: Michigan Illegally Counted or Ignored 500K Ballots, Lawsuit Claims.

“In the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed an explosive election lawsuit asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to prevent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the election results until the Michigan legislature can fully investigate fraud claims and to force election officials to hand over all election materials to the legislature for this purpose.​
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Hand Them Over

The lawsuit claims that officials illegally counted or threw out no fewer than 508,016 ballots, far more than Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over Donald Trump. . . .​
Benson's Lawless Office:
Citing state records, the lawsuit claims that Benson’s office sent out 355,392 unsolicited ballots. Northon explained that Michigan law requires two signatures for absentee voting: a signature on an application form and a signature on the security sleeve for the ballot. In this election, officials mailed out more than 300,000 ballots that no one had requested.”​
Nearly 30,000 voters sent in absentee ballots but Michigan’s voting records show those ballots were not counted. The lawyer explained that Matthew Brainard conducted a survey and found “29,682 people said they requested a ballot, said they voted, and their ballot wasn’t counted. The state’s records show it wasn’t counted.”

Why did their ballots not make it to the final tally? Northon said the Amistad Project has “more than three dozen affidavits” testifying that officials threw out ballots when they did not like the result. It is unclear whether or not the officials threw out ballots for Trump while counting ballots for Biden, but “when government officials are not following the laws as written, you’ve got a problem.”

Michigan officials counted another 35,109 ballots that were not associated with any address. This statistic is nothing short of mindboggling. According to Northon, voters “were sent an absentee ballot, but there’s no address on file. They voted. That violates the law.”

Michigan officials also counted 13,248 ballots cast by individuals who were registered to vote in another state. They also counted 317 ballots from people who voted more than once and 259 ballots from voters who listed only an email address instead of a physical address. Finally, election officials mailed out at least 74,000 absentee ballots that voters requested online.

“The statute requires a signature, all they’re doing is checking a box,” Northon explained.

These illegal tabulations and omissions add up to more than three times the margin of victory in the State of Michigan.

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Due to these and other violations of state law, the lawsuit asks Michigan’s Supreme Court to “take immediate custody and control of all ballots, ballot boxes, poll books, and other indicia of the Election from Respondents or their designees to prevent spoliation or destruction, to prevent further irregularities, and to ensure that the Michigan Legislature and this Court have a chance to perform a constitutionally sound audit of individual votes.”

The lawsuit also asks the court to segregate illegal ballots, declare that Benson “violated Petitioners’ fundamental constitutional rights,” declare Benson’s ballot scheme illegal, enjoin Benson or Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) from certifying the election results, or appoint a special master or committee from the Michigan legislature to “investigate all claims of mistake, irregularity, and fraud at the TCF Center” in Detroit.

The lawsuit also raises two disturbing claims regarding the way Michigan officials managed the 2020 election.

In September, the Detroit City Council approved a $1 million contract for the staffing firm P.I.E. Management to hire up to 2,000 workers to work the polls and staff the ballot-counting machines at the TCF Center. P.I.E. Management reportedly paid temporary workers at least $50 per hour, far above rates in most rural communities. The lawsuit claims that this money came from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg through the group CTCL, “which paid over $400 million nationwide to Democrat-favoring election officials and municipalities.”

Perhaps even more disturbingly, Northon told PJ Media that Benson gave sensitive voter data to the left-leaning activist group Rock the Vote. Benson partnered with Rock the Vote in order to enable groups to register new voters. Yet in doing so, she put voter information at risk.

Benson gave Rock the Vote voters’ “eye color, social security number, and birthday” through the program, Northon said. He referenced a December 2019 report from the auditor-general of Michigan, which found that “too many people had full access or improper access to the qualified voting records.”

“When you try to increase the franchise, when you try to get people to vote, you have to do it lawfully,” Northon insisted.

Rather than addressing these very real concerns, officials are “trying to hurry up and move this along. They don’t want a second look.”

Yet The Amistad Project filed the lawsuit directly to the Michigan Supreme Court because “an audit six months later doesn’t do anybody any good.”

Yup. Now is the time to get to the bottom of this.
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