Last week, during a training session in Detroit, MI for Wayne County election workers, a woman training the group of election workers is heard telling them to “Call 9-11” if the poll challengers get closer than 6 feet to them while they’re working at the polls.
The election trainer also told the workers that provisional ballots are a waste of time because they’re just going to be thrown away anyhow. She explained that if a voter comes into the polling place and their records show he already voted, but the voter claims they didn’t vote (their vote may have been stolen by someone else), that they can take his vote, but it’s just going to be thrown away. “Where’s it going?” she asked about the provisional ballots. “We have how many days?” she asks, replying, “Six!” She continued, asking the workers she’s training, “So, what’s the department of elections going to do with them?” She answered her own question, telling them that election officials are going to, “Destroy it!”
In the video below that was part of an investigation into voter fraud by Shane Trejo of Big League Politics, the Wayne County election trainer tells the workers that the poll watchers and challengers “have to wear a mask and need to stay 6 feet” away. She continues, explaining to the workers, “That’s important because they can come behind your table, and if they don’t have 6 feet, they can’t come behind your table,” telling them, “But if you don’t have 6 feet, they can’t come back there !” The elections trainer appears to be mocking the poll watchers and challengers, as the crowd of trainees laugh.
When one of the trainees asks what if the poll challenger or poll watcher can’t see what they’re doing because 6 feet is too far away for them to see, she replies, “Exactly!” Unless they got a really good vision or they got binoculars.”
One of the biggest complaints by GOP poll challengers at the TCF Center, where hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots were processed is the constant attacks by paid poll workers and leftist agitators who screamed “Stand back 6 feet!” When poll challengers explained that they couldn’t see the ballots or the names on the ballots, the workers became hostile. It’s almost like they were trained to be confrontational with the GOP poll challengers.
Here is Big League Politics’ Shane Trejo’s stunning video that was removed by YouTube and eventually ended up on an alternative video-sharing platform, BitChute.
The election trainer warns, “They’s a-coming!” telling the crowd of workers being trained to work at the elections, “I don’t know if they’re coming to every precinct in the city, but they’re coming to many of them in the city [Detroit].
What if they’re challenging and they start yelling, what do you do? The elections trainer tells them to call 9-11. “If they make a scene, get ’em up outa there!” she tells the workers.
Listen to the incredible video that’s been banned by YouTube and Google here.
Today, it’s being reported that Philadelphia poll workers are demanding poll watchers stand so far away from the tables where they’re working so that they can’t observe what they’re doing.
Trump’s 2020 Executive Director of Operations for election security, Mike Roman is reporting on Twitter about the tactic that is commonly employed in Democrat stronghold districts, that’s being used in Philadelphia to keep poll watchers away from the counting tables. He tweeted: “THIS MUST STOP!!!”
MORE Bad things happening in Philly. Dem election officials have avoided transparency & accountability at every step. NOW they’re keeping our poll watchers so far from the counting tables there’s NO WAY to ACTUALLY observe. What are they hiding?? THIS MUST STOP!!! pic.twitter.com/r1YlkZokAa
— Mike Roman (@mikeroman) November 3, 2020
In 2012, Leisa Audette co-owner of 100 Percent Fed Up, and I worked as GOP Poll Challengers in 3 precincts in Pontiac, MI, a Democrat stronghold. The moment we entered the polling place we were immediately greeted and threatened by the precinct supervisor, making it known that we were not welcome in her polling places, telling us that she would be “watching us watching them.”
We witnessed multiple cases of voters not having proper ID, names not appearing on voting rolls, and large groups of voters arriving at the polling place with voter registration card in hand without checking in at the voter registration table. When we tried to challenge votes, we were told to back away from the tables where workers were checking in voters who were not on the rolls. If we persisted, workers would pick up their cell phones and call the Pontiac City Clerk, Sharikia Hawkins, who they apparently all had on speed dial to confirm that it was okay to allow the voters through. In every case, the answer, was “yes,” let them vote. We tried to insist the election supervisor treat the challenged ballots as “provisional votes,” she refused.
Sherikia Hawkins, the former Pontiac city clerk, who workers in Pontiac, MI counted on to help them push through voters without ID or who weren’t on the voter rolls, began working as a city clerk in Southfield, MI, another Democrat stronghold.
On September 3, 2019, she was charged with six election law felonies related to the 2016 election.
Detroit Free Press reported about the former Pontiac Michigan city clerk, Sherikia Hawkins, 38, that allegedly altered 193 absentee voter records.
According to a Michigan State Police affidavit describing the crime, Oakland County elections officials discovered the issue during a post-election audit of Southfield’s election results.
The charges, which stem from the Nov. 6, 2018, general election, are as follows:
Count One. Election Law – Falsifying Returns/Records, a five-year felony and/or $1,000
Count Two. Forgery of a Public Record, a 14-year felony
Count Three. Misconduct in Office, a five-year felony and/or $10,000
Count Four. Using a Computer to Commit a Crime – Election Law – Falsifying Returns/Records, a seven-year felony and/or $5,000
Count Five. Using a Computer to Commit a Crime – Forgery of a Public Record, a 10-year felony and/or $10,000
Count Six. Using a Computer to Commit a Crime – Misconduct in Office, a seven-year felony and/or $5,000.
One of the tactics commonly used by poll workers in Democrat is to threaten poll watchers to back away from the tables where they process the voters so they can’t see what they’re doing. Now, with COVID, they’re using the 6′ distance rule as a way to keep poll watchers and challengers away.