If You Needed Further Proof Of Wide Scale Voter Fraud — Here It Is

Despite endless liberal denial, it is an undisputable, objective fact that Democrats stole the ’20 presidential election using widescale voter fraud tactics, including counting votes for dead people.

Donald Trump is correct: the election was rigged and, as a result, his successful reelection was stolen from him.

However, now conservatives are finally starting to take action and demand the election process become ‘un-riggable’ in future elections, especially given the consequences of ’22 and ’24.

Now in battleground after battleground state, lawsuits are being filed demanding to know the truth about what happened last November. The results are harrowing — and they’re just getting started.

A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Michigan by the conservative ethics watchdog group Public Interest Legal Foundation alleges that the state has almost 26,000 deceased people listed as registered voters in the state.

The suit, which was filed in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan, contends that 25,975 dead people are still listed on the state’s voting rolls, and that Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is not complying with the federal law known as the 1993 National Voter Registration Act.

The act states that election officials are required to “conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove the names of ineligible voters from the official lists of eligible voters.”

That bullet point was ignoring before Trump’s reelection.

The foundation argues that Michigan’s list maintenance activities have proven unreasonably inadequate to identify many registrants who are deceased, some of which have been deceased for a significant number of years and been published in newspaper death notices.

The foundation was able to find copies of death notices and pictures of grave markers for individuals included on the foundation’s list of likely deceased registrants.

“Michigan maintains its voter registration list in accordance with all state and federal laws, including provisions for deceased voters,” the secretary’s chief of external affairs, claimed despite heaps of contradicting evidence.

Regardless of how this lawsuit proceeds, it’s evident that many courts are not sympathetic to uncovering the truth about our last presidential election.

Are you paying attention yet?

Author: Elizabeth Tierney