Michigan voters filed in federal court to get rid of 1.2 million ballots in Biden’s favor
Four Michigans have filed a class-action lawsuit calling into question Biden's victory. According to the plaintiffs, errors in hand-counting and software glitch resulted in the Democratic nominee's superiority in three districts by more than 1 million votes.
According to the election results, the residents of Wayne, Ingham and Washtenaw Counties cast more than double the votes in favor of Joe Biden, and if the claims of Plaintiffs, Lena Bally, Steven Butler, Gavriel Grossbard, and Carol Hatch are satisfied, Biden will lose 838 thousands of ballots and 16 electors will go to Trump.
“The plaintiffs pointed to the Michigan Legislature's ongoing investigation into why 6,000 votes were switched from President Trump to Joe Biden in Antrim County. It was originally thought to be a software glitch. Once a hand-count took place, those 6,000 votes went to President Trump. The Michigan Secretary of State, however, said it was "human error" that led to the mixup, not a "software glitch,"”, reports TownHall.
The plaintiffs cited a number of violations in their complaint, including "transparency, fraudulent changing of dates, a software glitch, clerical errors, illegal votes, and many other issues and irregularities."
Earlier, a huge crowd of voters gathered at one of the polling stations and in chorus demanded to stop the counting.