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    Detroit Election Update: At Least 50 Percent Of Absentee Ballot Envelopes Not Verified

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    In Michigan, many state and federal elections were held, including the election for the next Republican candidate for governor. Hundreds of election workers in Detroit processed ballots at the former TCF Center, now known as the Huntington Center.

    We are all aware of the events that transpired at the TCF Center in Detroit the day after the 2020 presidential election.

    A network of outside agitators, supported by Democrats and hired election influencers, intimidated and threatened Republican and independent poll observers. Although threats against these volunteers, whose responsibility it is to defend the vote, are illegal, no penalty was administered.

    There are duffel bags, coolers, and other large items under the tables where paid poll workers in Detroit are seated, according to a recent report on the vote count taking place at the Huntington Center. You can see the US Postal Service trays used to hold absentee ballots throughout the counting process near the bags under the table. Do you observe any security problems there?

    In addition to the booths where absentee ballots were being tallied, Republican and independent poll challengers questioned why 50 percent of the ballots were not validated as having been checked for signatures at the clerk’s office prior to being sent to Huntington Place to be counted.

    There is a box on the envelope containing the absentee ballot that can be marked with a red pen or stamped with an official clerk’s stamp for the purpose of validating the signature. Multiple poll challengers assert that the box was left empty at least fifty percent of the time.

    These claims are hardly surprising given Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s disregard for signature matching on ballots.

    Numerous anomalies occurred during the 2020 election, and hundreds of protests were lodged about the processing of absentee ballots. In the end, a judge in Michigan decided that Michigan’s Secretary of State broke the law by ordering local clerks to disregard the rules on signature matching on absentee ballots for the 2020 election.

    The verdict was too late to influence Benson’s badly planned 2020 election, in which millions of sane Americans had lost trust.

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    A journalist currently reporting at Huntington Center states:

    As an observer in the media box, it appears that the atmosphere is much more relaxed than in the 2020 election. No obvious outside agitators are disrupting the process, and less paid election workers are threatening GOP poll workers (so far, two GOP poll challengers have indicated they will be filing charges of intimidation against two election workers). CONTINUE READING…

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