Evidence of Voter Fraud Comes to Light After Statewide Investigation in Michigan

Evidence of Voter Fraud Comes to Light After Statewide Investigation in Michigan

It has been reported that there is strong evidence for voter fraud that is being highlighted following an investigation in Michigan. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Voter fraud discovered in Michigan

According to police reports, a month before the 2020 election, a city clerk based in Muskegon, Michigan, observed a woman dropping off numerous completed voter registration applications.

Upon further inspection, the clerk noticed that many of the applications had the same handwriting, suggesting that they were filled out by a single person.

Additionally, several addresses on the forms were either invalid or nonexistent, phone numbers were fake, and signatures did not match those on file with the Secretary of State.

When questioned by the police, the woman who dropped off the stacks of ballot applications claimed to work for the Democrat-funded GBI Strategies and was being paid on a weekly basis to locate unregistered voters and register them.

Someone commented: “And the Republicans still sit on their hands and say or do nothing to get vindication for the voters. It’s going to happen again this election, if we don’t get on the phones, write emails, and go to in person visits, to congressmen all over the country. We must speak up now.”

Another follower said: “Now all you have to do is prove a single one of these alleged fake people managed to actually cast a vote.”

There are more and more investigations taking place at the moment regarding the voting system and they will definitely continue. Make sure to stay tuned for more details.

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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