Another election fraud lawsuit seeks to challenge the validity of the vote recount of the controversial 2020 presidential election. This time it is the turn of the state of Michigan, where courts are due to decide next Monday, May 17, whether to grant a request for a new forensic audit of Dominion Voting Systems’ equipment, which has been shown in several counties to have been easily altered to benefit the Democratic party in the ballot counts.
As the forensic audit being conducted in Arizona for the same reason hits roadblocks in the courts and the Biden Justice Department disrupts its normal course, another forensic audit is being requested in Michigan in what could be the last chance for a well-founded lawsuit to prove systematic voter fraud in the state. The fate of one of the last election lawsuits in the country will be decided in court Monday morning, Trending Politics reported.
Concurrently, Michigan’s Democratic Assistant Attorney General Erik Grill, who represents intervening Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and attorney Haider Kazim, who represents defendant: Antrim County, have filed a joint motion for Judge Kevin Elsenheimer to dismiss the lawsuit.
“A 13th Circuit Court judge is scheduled to hear arguments on a defense request to dismiss an Antrim County election-related lawsuit—a move opposed by the plaintiff who, court records show, is instead seeking to expand the case.” Traverse Eagle reported.
“A Monday hearing will determine the fate of one of the last active lawsuits challenging the validity of the 2020 election.”
The judge has previously allowed the plaintiff, William Bailey, and his attorney, Matthew DePerno, to conduct a forensic examination of Dominion Voting Systems equipment conducted by a third party in Antrim County. That audit was conducted by Allied Security Operations Group, a Dallas-based firm that concluded the voting machine equipment was riddled with willfully programmed errors.
“The Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results,” the audit report stated. “The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud. Based on our study, we further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified….”
The allowable error rate on this type of machine set by Federal Election Commission regulations is 1 in 250,000 ballots (0.0008%). However, the report itself indicates that an error rate of 68.05% is observed. “This demonstrates a significant and fatal error in election security and integrity.”
During an interview late last year, the attorney representing Bailey, Matthew DePerno, asserted that as a result of the investigation, it was determined with certainty that Dominion Voting Systems is intentionally designed to create inherent and systemic voting errors. This means that when a ballot is run through the machine, it will have a 68% chance of generating an error even if it is a blank ballot.
“When it creates an error, this machine does not reject the ballot. What it does instead is send it to a folder and that folder will then accumulate the ballots until such time as someone decides they need those ballots. And then those ballots are adjudicated en masse for the desired candidate. He could be off site, he could be somewhere sitting in front of a computer. And, without any oversight, they can click a button, send the entire batch of ballots to a candidate and then send them back to the tabulator.”
Without any substantiation, Michigan Democratic officials dismissed the report in a press release, simply asserting that the Michigan election “was the safest in history.” Clearly, the facts prove otherwise.
Faced with this situation, the Atrim County plaintiffs are demanding a new audit. The courts have until Monday to report whether they will follow through or bow to Democratic pressure to keep the election scandal swept under the rug.