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Michigan judge rules state election laws changed illegally for 2020

 
 
In a vindication for the position taken by President Trump, the Michigan Court of Claims has ruled that the changes in absentee ballot procedures by Michigan's left wing Secretary of State for the 2020 election were illegal under state law.  The case was brought last year by the Michigan Republican Party and a local county clerk.  Ruled illegal was an order by Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson that directed counties to presume ballot signatures to be correct, and another that mailed absentee ballot requests, unsolicited, to every registered voter in the state.
 
Benson's illegal acts likely tilted the close races for President and US Senate in Michigan to the Democrats.  Unfortunately, at this late stage there is little practical relief that can be granted to those cheated out of races by partisan abuse of power by this public official.
 
 
This follows another Michigan court ruling in a case brought by a local voter that the voter was entitled to a forensic examination by experts of Dominion voting machines used in that county.  That expert evaluation established that the Dominion machines failed to read 61% of ballots cast in the county and forwarded them to election officials to determine how to count them.





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( March 16th, 2021 @ 5:47 pm )
 
There were just a scant few elections held in battleground states and near battleground states that were constitutionally held.

Joe Hypocrite may have legitimately won the election, but, we will never know at this point.

Actually with all we now know, we could more easily ascertain that Mr. Trump and his constituents were substantially cheated before we could ever verify that Joe Babbling Biden, and his Socialist Sidekick, legitimately won anything.



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