Michigan voters took to the polls to select candidates who will represent them in several state and congressional races, including the race for the next GOP candidate for governor. Hundreds of Detroit election workers were hired to process the votes at the former TCF Center, which is now called the Huntington Center.
Under the tables where paid Detroit election workers sit are large duffel bags, coolers, and a variety of large bags. Sitting directly next to the bags under the table are US Postal Service trays used in the counting process to hold absentee ballots. No security issues there—LOL!
On top of the tables where the absentee ballots were being counted, there were also legitimate concerns by both GOP and Independent poll challengers who questioned why at least 50% of the ballots were lacking certification that they had been checked for signature verification at the clerk’s office before being sent over to the Huntington Place be counted. In the lower-left corner of the envelope that contains the absentee ballot, there is a box for the person checking the validity of the signature to either mark with a red pen or stamp with an official stamp from the clerk’s office. According to multiple poll challengers, the box was left empty at least 50% of the time.
These reports shouldn’t surprise anyone since Michigan’s dishonest Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson doesn’t take signature matching on ballots seriously. Countless irregularities were discovered in the 2020 election and hundreds of objections arose over the handling of absentee ballots. Finally, a Michigan judge ruled that Michigan’s Secretary of State did, in fact, break the law when she directed city clerks to ignore the signature matching law on absentee ballots in the 2020 election. However, the ruling came too late to have any effect on Benson’s mismanaged 2020 election that millions of reasonable Americans did not trust.
By now, most Americans know about the events that occurred in 2020 on the day after the general election at the TCF Center in Detroit. GOP and Independent poll challengers were intimidated and threatened by outside agitators working in unison with Democrats and paid election workers. Although it’s against the law to threaten these volunteers whose duty it is to protect the vote, there were no repercussions for their actions. A lead election official told poll challengers to take a break while the military ballots that had just arrived in the TCF Center (a full day after the election) were sorted and prepared to be counted. Democrats and outside agitators, who likely knew what was about to come down, had food delivered to a specific section of the room where they had chairs and tables, while Republicans had to go to another floor in the TCF Center to find a place to sit and to grab a bite to eat. When GOP poll challengers returned to the counting room, the doors were being locked—” COVID,” they said. They needed to lock the doors because there were suddenly too many people, and unfortunately, that meant that the GOP poll workers who just took the break (suggested by a top election official) were locked out of the process and could not return.
When GOP poll workers objected to being locked out of the counting room, election workers and outside agitators quickly covered the windows with a view into the counting room with paper and cardboard boxes from the pizza they had just finished as they watched GOP poll workers locked out in the outside lobby.
Over 200 affidavits were signed by GOP and Independent poll workers from that day, citing various issues ranging from tabulator irregularities and accusations of tabulator connectivity to the internet to outright fraud. To date, not one person has been held accountable for their illegal behavior or for any of the issues cited in the affidavits.
As an observer in the media box, it appears that the atmosphere is much more relaxed than in the 2020 election. No obvious outside agitators are disrupting the process, and less paid election workers are threatening GOP poll workers (so far, two GOP poll challengers have indicated they will be filing charges of intimidation against two election workers). The 2022 primary election is a dry run for the 2022 general election that will be a hotly contested race with Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan’s dishonest Democrat Sec. of State Jocelyn Benson, and America’s most lawless Attorney General, Democrat Dana Nessel—Michigan’s Trifecta of Tyranny on the ballot.