The Michigan Legislature has subpoenaed Election officials to explain some of the irregularities that have occurred during the counting of the votes.
One thing they will be sure to ask is how it is humanly possible to get over 100,000 votes in one dump without Trump getting a single one. That not only defies logic but is completely unbelievable.
In an exclusive report in 2019, the AP included Michigan among a handful of states that have serious election security issues related to the software machines in use across the state.
Several 2020 swing states also have potential security issues, including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Arizona, among others.
At least two counties in Michigan that use software for voting experienced the software switching votes from Republican to Democrat.
One actually had decided the election by a small margin for the Democrat. Once the votes were hand-counted, the Republican won the election by eleven times the amount the Democrat had allegedly won in.
In Antrim County Michigan, 6000 votes for Trump were recorded for Biden. Forty-seven other counties in Michigan use the same software.
It is also used in every single swing state.
When you have 6000 votes switched in a county with just 17,000 voters, it makes you wonder. Antrim had to do a complete hand recount.
The Detroit Free Press reported:
The issuance of subpoenas by Michigan legislative committees, while not unheard of, is also rare. Saturday’s subpoena requested documents related to Michigan’s election process.
State Rep. Matt Hall, R-Marshall, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said the investigation is needed “to provide needed clarity to concerned residents,” and the subpoena “demonstrates a commitment to getting our election procedures right in the future.”
House Minority Leader Christine Greig, D-Farmington Hills, called the hearing a “partisan spectacle,” and a desperate attempt by Republican legislators to cast a shadow of doubt over the legitimacy of our election.” She called it a “political stunt designed to undermine confidence in our electoral process and disenfranchise voters who legally cast their ballots in record numbers.”
The legislature is seeking both documents and live testimony. They have a lot to answer for. It may have all been legitimate, but if it was, they should have no trouble explaining the irregularities in this election. It may not change the results of the election but it would help them learn what to avoid in the next one.