BUSTED! Michigan Secretary of State Caught on Video Telling Poll Workers to Count “Multiple Ballots with the Very Same Signature”
What is the purpose of an audit if you can’t do anything about bad ballots?
This is a significant question that deserves an answer from the state of Michigan, and especially the Secretary of State of Michigan.
One of the officials with the Michigan State Department was caught on video telling workers who wanted to challenge ballots that they couldn’t do so, even though there were multiple ballots that contained multiple signatures that were exactly identical.
Keep in mind, that this happened in a country that we KNOW with certainty that fraud happened and elections were overturned.
“We need to do the counts because if we don’t have the counts, then we can’t move forward. And we understand that there is a concern with this precinct—but this is not a time for you to be investigating right now.”
“Did you find something else?” the male counter asks.
“No,” she replies, adding, “So, you need to move forward with the audit, so we can get the numbers, so we can see how many ballots are here.”
The female counter asks, “So when we’re done with the audit, there’s still the opportunity to challenge the fact that we have multiple ballots with the very same signature?” she asks.
“I don’t know if ‘challenge’ is the right word,” the SOS official says.
“But we’re challenging—” the volunteer says.
The male volunteer tells the SOS, “We’ll go ahead and count the ballots moving forward, but we will separate out, and count those— there’s going to be an asterisk, saying ‘these ballots have the same signature.’”
“And again, we know that you have a concern with this precinct,” she tells them, explaining, “That’s not your role at this very moment,” as she continues to push for them to ignore the multiple matching signatures and only count the ballots.
“What I need you to do right now is finish the audit,” she tells them again. Both of the volunteers explain that they are going to make a note of the ballots, to which the SOS official replies, “Again, that is not the process.”