Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up and Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit interviewed Michigan lawyer Stefanie Lambert, a former prosecutor, who has been working to uncover election fraud in Michigan since the 2020 election.
Anyone who believes the false reports that there was no election fraud in the November election, needs to watch this interview. We’ve included a few of the highlights. The video of the interview can be found below.
Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is required to keep the voting machine passwords in escrow…but according to Benson, only Dominion had access to the passcodes.
Although she’s required to keep the passcodes for Michigan’s voting machines, MI Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson admitted in a recent interrogatory in the Antrim County case that she does not have access to the passcode (that gives access to the machines). According to Benson, only Dominion Voting machines have access to the codes, even though she’s supposed to keep it in escrow and to perform regular and frequent testing. Lambert told us,”This may surprise you, but the passcode used in Antrim County, Michigan, was 1,2,3,4,5,6.”
Why is Dominion Voting Machine subcontractor Election Source running our elections and did they have remote access to the machines during and after the election?
“What the evidence shows, and what the clerks have told us is that they [Election Source] are essentially running the elections.” Lambert told us, adding, “Really, it’s the vendor that has all of the control” of the elections. The vendor has access to the election management system and can remotely access it. So, really, what we’re finding is that the vendors that were not elected by the American people are controlling our elections.” We asked, “Did they, in fact, access the machines?”Stefanie responded, “We have proof of that in Michigan. We have anonymous logins and we have proof that Election Source was accessing machines and that the election was subverted.”
A former Dominion executive is now the person in charge of the EAC (U.S. Election Assistance Commission)
Ms. Lambert dropped yet another bombshell, “There was a person by the name of Jennifer Bowers that was an executive at Dominion until 2019. She is now in charge at the EAC of determining who should be certified and which company should come out and check the election machines and certify them. So in my opinion, we essentially now have Dominion watching Dominion.”
Election Source recently sent a letter to all city clerks in Michigan (see below) telling them that they need to perform “preventative maintenance” to their voting equipment. In their letter to the Michigan city clerks, Election Source explains that they will be replacing batteries in the machines that are essentially of no use to them. In regards to the battery replacement, Election Source writes: “so, in essence, the battery is not necessary.”
So, if the batteries aren’t necessary, why is Election Source going around to all of the city offices and changing them? According to Stefanie Lambert, changing the batteries causes them to erase all microelectronic memory in the machines. We talked to an assistant city clerk tonight in Michigan who told us Election Source came to their office yesterday and changed their battery. He also told us they ran a series of ballots through their machine while they were there to “change the battery.”
“I’ve been working closely with Matt DePerno and with other attorneys and experts like I said. And we’ve obtained a lot of evidence. In fact, there’s going to be a lawsuit filed in the very near future against Election Source which is a contractor to Dominion. Matt Deperno sent a cease and desist letter to Election Source today because there was a letter sent out by Election Source to all of the clerks in Michigan stating that they’re coming to do preventative updates regarding removing a battery in most of the election equipment which is problematic because this would erase data [on those machines]. That’s one piece of what’s happening with Election Source.”
Watch the explosive interview here: