Michigan Attorney Matthew DePerno filed his latest finding in the Circuit Court for Antrim County on Friday.
According to Deperno, there were 1,061 “phantom” ballots found in Antrim County during the 2020 election.
Attorney DePerno also contends there was nearly 100% turnout between ages 65 and 80 in the county despite the threat of the coronavirus.
According to Matthew DePerno, 1,061 ballots are missing from the state database and do not appear on voter rolls, indicating that they are most likely phantom ballots.
According to DePerno, a total of 15,952 ballots were counted in the Antrim County hand recount in December; however, Secretary of State Benson’s official database only had 14,901 ballots, implying that there are 1,061 extra ballots not on the voter rolls.
Phantom ballots could explain what happened during the December hand recount, when volunteers were told to count 138 ballots with the same signature. Despite their repeated protests and attempts to challenge the problematic ballots, the Secretary of State official told the volunteers, “That’s not your role at this time,” and urged them to count the ballots and complete the audit.
Matthew DePerno is not only demanding a full audit based on these findings, but he is also amending William Bailey’s complaint to include Sheryl Guy, Election Source, Jocelyn Benson, and Jonathan Brater due to false statements made by officials who blamed the fraud on human error.
“Elected officials are charged with following the law, not hiding information and lying to their constituents in order to defraud and marginalize their right to vote.”
Seems as though we need to add several more elected officials to the list.
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