Despite reaching out multiple times, constitutional attorney Matt DePerno, who Plaintiff William Bailey hired to represent him in the Antrim County, MI voter fraud case, has been ignored by almost every media outlet in America. With the exception of one brave patriot, Rep. Matt Maddock (R), every sitting MI state lawmaker has refused to respond to DePerno’s request to sit down with him and go over the information he and his team forensic experts have obtained in their investigation into Antrim County’s November election, where over 5,000 votes were flipped from President Trump to Joe Biden.
This afternoon, after the 13th District Court Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer made the decision to dismiss the DePerno’s case, the New York Times, Washington Post, and even CNN emailed DePerno, asking to speak with him about the voter fraud case that was dismissed earlier today. DePerno ignored their request and instead opted to speak exclusively with 100 Percent Fed Up and the Gateway Pundit, who have covered his case since it began shortly after the general election.
In his interview with Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit, Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up, and conservative Michigan Republican activist Matt Seely, Matthew DePerno explained why and how he plans to appeal Judge Elsenheimer’s decision. Mr. DePerno also explained how his investigation into the voting machines used in the November election is not limited to the state of Michigan.
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