Yesterday, during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing, Democratic Senator Gary Peters (MI), who is in the battle of his political career against a popular GOP Senate candidate, John James, asked FBI Director Christopher Wray about the possibility of voter fraud related to mail-in-ballots.
FBI Director Christopher Wray, contradicting Donald Trump (who appointed him) in congressional testimony (from Thursday): "We have not seen, historically, any kind of coordinated national voter fraud effort in a major election." pic.twitter.com/Vfibg1aqTE
— The American Independent (@AmerIndependent) September 25, 2020
It’s curious that Senator Gary Peters would ask FBI Director Wray a question about voter fraud, considering the criticism his state has received for their poor track record with voter irregularities.
Michigan’s newly elected Democrat Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, was blasted by MI residents for her decision to send unsolicited absentee ballots to every registered voter in the state for the November election. Michigan has also decided to allow ballot harvesting and mail-in-ballots to be accepted up to nine days after the November 3rd election.
President Trump won the formerly blue state of Michigan in 2016 by only 10,704 votes. It was the first time in 28 years that a Republican presidential candidate won a general election. There’s a very good chance, however, that Trump could have lost the state of Michigan, had it not been for Marian Sheridan of the Michigan Conservative Coalition.
At the request of the MI GOP, Sheridan was able to recruit over 25 last-minute volunteers who were willing to give up an entire day to help oversee the counting of absentee ballots in Wayne County. Many of the GOP volunteers Sheridan recruited were shocked to discover the number of illegitimate ballots they discovered. Over 76,000 illegitimate absentee ballots in Wayne County were rejected from the final count. (Remember, Trump only won the state of MI by over 10K votes)
In the 2016 general election, 59% of precincts in Wayne County, MI, a Democrat Party stronghold, where Rep. Rashida Tlaib was elected in 2018, reported precinct polls books that didn’t match the voting machine printout reports.
Michigan’s 2020 primary election shined a light on even more massive voter irregularities when it was discovered that more than 6,400 of Michigan’s 10,600 absentee ballots were rejected because they arrived after Election Day.
Another 2,225 ballots were discarded because there was no signature on the envelope; 1,111 were rejected because the voter moved; and 846 were not accepted because the voter was dead, according to data from Benson’s office.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows appeared on CBS This Morning where the anti-Trump network attempted to push the false Democrat Party narrative that mail-in-voting is perfectly safe.
CBS This Morning host, Anthony Mason asked Meadows why President Trump refuses to “commit to a peaceful transfer of power?” Mark Meadow explained that President Trump is committed to a peaceful transfer of power as long as the election is fair, adding that they are seeing some problematic decisions by judges regarding voter fraud and a recent press release by the DOJ that revealed discarded votes for Trump in Pennsylvania.
In the next portion of the interview, the CBS host pressed Meadows on the claim that mail-in-votes are safe, telling him that Director Wray testified that “he’s seen no evidence of widespread voter fraud.” Mark Meadows responded with fire, “With all due respect to Director Wray, he has a hard time finding emails in his own FBI, let alone figuring out whether there’s any kind of voter fraud.”
With all due respect to Director Wray, he has a hard time finding emails in his own FBI, let alone figuring out whether there's any kind of voter fraud.” — White House Chief of Staff @MarkMeadows on FBI Dir. Christopher Wray saying he's seen no evidence of widespread voter fraud pic.twitter.com/W5PUfpnWCn
— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) September 25, 2020
The media, as expected, circled the wagons this morning in an attempt to discredit Mark Meadows.
CNN’s Jake Tapper tweets: “WH attacks FBI Director again.”
WH attacks FBI Director again https://t.co/yU7rFlt0YO
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) September 25, 2020
MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin tweeted that Mark Meadows’ comments are “Dangerous lies and misdirection,” saying Meadows wants to “discredit the FBI director because the director is not going along with the Republican lies of widespread voter fraud.”
Dangerous lies and misdirection from Mark Meadows.
Meadows wants to discredit the FBI director because that director is not going along with the Republican lie of widespread voter fraud.
There is no widespread voter fraud. This tweet should be taken down. https://t.co/bDNUxiZ2ev
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 25, 2020
NBC News guest correspondent and deep state Trump hater Barry McCaffrey tweeted, “These people are subverting the fundamentals of our democracy.”
The WH C/S attacks the FBI Director’s sworn Congressional testimony that there has been no evidence of significant voter fraud. These people are subverting the fundamentals of our democracy. The polls are telling them they’re out in Jan. https://t.co/xH8DhgCwAq
— Barry R McCaffrey (@mccaffreyr3) September 25, 2020
CNN producer Kristin Donnelly tweeted that the WH chief of staff is “undermining the FBI Director on national tv”
The WH chief of staff undermining the FBI Director on national tv https://t.co/hhHMKKcKsM
— Kristin Donnelly (@kristindonnelly) September 25, 2020
CNN reporter Marshall Cohen jumped on CNN’s bogus the there’s no such thing as voter fraud wagon and confirmed for every American that according to the Democrat Party’s biggest cheerleader, “There is no widespread voter fraud in US elections. Period.”
Okay, well, what about targeted voter fraud, in say, Democrat stronghold cities across America? Does CNN also deny that voter fraud in Democrat-majority districts exists?
White House continues attacking FBI director Chris Wray for telling the truth about voter fraud and, in the process, undercutting Trump’s big lie. There is no widespread voter fraud in US elections. Period. https://t.co/HN0DS4RyeC
— Marshall Cohen (@MarshallCohen) September 25, 2020