BREAKING: New Report Shows Over 66000 Unregistered Ballots in Michigan
Michigan Constitutional Attorney Matthew Deperno released the results of an investigation into alleged electoral fraud in 2020. The examination revealed 66,194 ballots that were not listed in the October registration database.
66,194 unregistered ballots tallied in just 9 counties. pic.twitter.com/yI2uXNmebZ— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) April 9, 2021
A detailed analysis of all reports generated during the investigation of nine Michigan counties reveals the anomalies that led to the theft of the 2020 presidential election.
Let's Fix Stuff collected all incident and counting reports and concluded that Michigan let America down, made an unacceptable number of counting errors (68%), plus Antrim County registered 25% more voters than it lives in county.
“Antrim is the only county where registrations have dropped since the 2020 election was held. There were 25.5% more registered voters in Antrim County than eligible residents indicating a large number of potential “ghost ballots”. There is clear evidence of algorithmic allocation of voters to ballots which in turn clearly indicates fraud,” Let’s Fix Stuff reported. “Results of Antrim County 2020 election are not certifiable. Error rate of 68.05% observed when Federal Election Commission guideline is 1 in 250,000 ballots (0.0008%). Tabulation log from December 6, 2020 consists of 15,676 individual events of which 10,667 were recorded errors. These errors occurred AFTER the Antrim County Clerk provided a re-provisioned CF card with uploaded software for the Central Lake Precinct on November 6 proving that the MI Secretary of State Antrim County Statement was false.”
All other links accompanying the investigation are located below.
- Collective Response To Motions for Protective Order 040921
- Exhibits 1-3
- Exhibits 4
- Exhibits 5-10
- Exhibits 11-18
- Supplemental Brief 040921
Image: twitter.com / @mdeperno