A recent poll challenger in the Michigan primary was quite dissatisfied, and he supplied the media with a very thorough account of his experience.
“DETROIT: Poll Challenger Ejected From Counting Center for Contesting Ballots and Internet Connection to Computer…
Demands that a Detroit police officer arrest lawbreakers!” Patty McMurray reports for The Gateway Pundit.
Citing a report from 100 Percent Fed Up – “On Tuesday night, a poll challenger credentialed by a leading election integrity group in Michigan was physically removed from the former TCF Center (now the Huntington Place) for asking too many (legitimate) questions about ballots and the processes he claims were not being followed. The Huntington Place is where absentee ballots for the August 2, 2020, primary election in Detroit were tabulated.”
Here is a portion of the poll worker’s own account, as recorded by 100 percent fed up:
“I was a TCF poll challenger.
Throughout the night, I was repeatedly instructed to walk away from the table and to stand just close to the monitor near station one at the table’s corner. I was also informed that the law is irrelevant in this chamber; only their rules count. All of this is incorrect and unlawful. It violates Michigan Election Law Act 116 of 1954, 168.730, 168.731, 168.733(3,4), and 168.740 because it is misleading, restricted, and obstructive to the process.
At a counting table in the middle/back of the room, I had my first difficulty of the evening. During the first and second shifts, I verified that it was connected to the internet many times over the course of several hours. No one seems to observe or care about this. When I finally flagged down a supervisor and requested her to hover the mouse over the wifi sign in the task monitor, she replied she was not authorized to do so and proceeded to get someone else.
In addition to stating that they didn’t believe they were permitted to do so, this individual then grabbed someone even further up the chain. A guy introducing himself as Anthony Miller eventually approached the table and hovered the mouse on the wifi picture. It then read “Internet Connection” because it has been connected to the internet for the duration of the counting procedure since at least the time I arrived. Multiple individuals observed Anthony Miller’s depiction of a wifi signal and his switch to airplane mode.
This was an excellent answer to my problem. After issuing this challenge, it became evident that I was being followed by Democratic opponents and guys in black.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
I recall that a ballot at the scanning station did not register in the poll book. So, I stepped in to see if I could note anything unique about the envelope and monitor the process. I was immediately told I had to stand 6 feet back. The men in black appeared and started telling me falsehoods about how I wasn’t allowed to do anything but look at the monitor because everything was on the monitor. I said to them that isn’t true and that, in this specific case, the ballot literally was not showing up on the monitor, and that was the specific reason for the challenge. I also told them it wasn’t even me that initiated the challenge. They didn’t care. They just kept trying to distract me from my job by insisting that I was trying to intimidate the workers at the table by trying to see the election materials, as is my duty under the law as a challenger.
After moments like this, I often stepped away from the table and walked around to see if things would cool off, and I could return to my duties. But, It seemed like even more men in black were around me whenever I would go back to any table later. CONTINUE READING…