Wow, on November 3rd President Trump was winning Michigan by a larger margin than he achieved in his 2016 victory.
To the dismay of 70 million Americans who voted for President Trump nationwide, the Trump team, and some political pundits, tens of thousands of votes were dropped off the next morning at the processing center in Detroit, starting at 4 AM.
When the dust settled Joe Biden had taken a lead of over 100,000 votes. Such a dramatic change in what was supposed to have been a close election set off warning signs for all to see.
Social media posts, videos, and news reports were posted everywhere documenting the lack of access for GOP ballot-counting monitors, ballots all over without any chain of custody and ballots delivered past the deadline but counted anyway.
President Trump’s legal team jumped into action interviewing witnesses including those who worked inside the center and secured hundreds of affidavits from whistleblowers and concerned citizens which were used to file lawsuits.
Here are a few witnesses sharing what went down in Motown.
Michigan Voter Fraud Witness Melissa Carone tells the Inside Story of Dominion
Kristina Karamo saw the 3:30am Biden Ballot Dump that is being repeatedly denied by the mainstream media. Her statement stands in contrast to the whitewashing going on elsewhere in the media that is seeking to ‘debunk’ all similar testimonies of witnesses who describe witnessing Detroit voter fraud in favor of Joe Biden.
Early this week, three of the witnesses who were scheduled to attend court asking a judge to delay the certification of the vote, had a change of mind. All three, now well known and probably not real popular in the neighborhood, withdrew their lawsuit with their attorneys refusing to give reasons for their change of heart.
On Tuesday, two GOP members of Wayne County’s election board who had also signed affidavits, were all set to vote no on certifying the vote for election results in Michigan’s largest metropolis. They testified they did not believe the votes should be certified until serious irregularities in Detroit votes are resolved.
This was unacceptable to the far left mob, and for the next two hours, they were berated, called racists, and DOXXED. One peer actually said they would be guilty before God for their expected votes and the other implied the mob would pursue them, ruining their lives. Eventually, they both caved and voted yes, dashing the hopes of Trump supporters nationwide.
Today, Just The News reported the resurrection of the 2 canvass board members who though their attorneys said, no we will not be bullied, changing their votes to no, pending an audit by the state.
The statements by Wayne County Board of Canvassers Chairwoman Monica Palmer and fellow GOP member William C. Hartmann rescinding their votes from a day earlier threw into question anew whether Michigan’s presidential vote currently favoring Democrat Joe Biden will be certified. They also signaled a possible legal confrontation ahead.
“I voted not to certify, and I still believe this vote should not be certified,” Hartmann said in his affidavits. “Until these questions are addressed, I remain opposed to certification of the Wayne County results.”
Added Palmer in her affidavit: “I rescind my prior vote to certify Wayne County elections.”
Both GOP board members said their concerns included discrepancies in nearly three quarters of Detroit’s precinct poll books where ballots are supposed to be matched to qualified voters.
“The Wayne County election had serious process flaws which deserve investigation. I continue to ask for information to assure Wayne County voters that these elections were conducted fairly and accurately. Despite repeated requests I have not received the requisite information and believe an additional 10 days of canvas by the State Board of canvassers will help provide the information necessary,” Palmer explained.
Palmer and Hartmann said Wednesday they learned that state officials had reneged or would not honor the audit, leaving them no recourse but to oppose certification until more investigation could be performed.
It was not immediately unclear whether the Tuesday night compromise was binding or could be changed, or whether the two members’ decision to announce their rescinded votes would stop Michigan state officials from proceeding to name electors.
But both GOP board members said in the affidavits they felt misled and unduly pressured to change their positions the night earlier.
“The comments made accusations of racism and threatened me and members of my family,” Palmer said in her affidavit.
The board members’ actions were immediately hailed by Phill Kline, head of the conservative-leaning Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project, which has been contesting election irregularities in several key battleground states like Michigan.
“I’m pleased Mr. Hartmann and Ms. Palmer reiterated their opposition to the certification of the Wayne County results despite bullying and threats and in the face of broken promises by Michigan’s Secretary of State,” Kline told Just the News. “Mr. Hartman is properly demanding answers from Wayne County election officials.”
You can read their affidavits here.