Lansing rally for fair and transparent elections and forensic audit June 17, 2021, Bill Bailey (of Antrim County lawsuit) video, Subpoena demands
“practice of assigning names and numbers” to non-eligible voters who did not appear in either the poll book or the supplement poll book. “…Poll worker Zachary Larsen, former MI Asst. AG
“The only reason to change software after the election would be to obfuscate
evidence of fraud and/or to correct program errors that would de-certify the
election. Our findings show that the Central Lake Township tabulator tape totals
were significantly altered by utilizing two different program versions (10/23/2020 and 11/05/2020), both of which were software changes during an election which violates election law, and not just human error associated with the Dominion Election Management System. This is clear evidence of software generated movement of votes. The claims made on the Office of the Secretary of State website are false.”…Antrim County audit report
“Trump’s not gonna win. I made f*cking sure of that!”...Eric Coomer, executive with Dominion Voting Systems
There will be a rally in Lansing, MI today June 17, 2021, for fair and transparent elections and a forensic audit.
Bill Bailey of Bailey v Antrim County explains what is currently happening in Michigan.
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“Within one week of the November election in Michigan, over 240 affidavits outlining voter fraud and voter irregularities witnessed by GOP poll challengers, a Detroit City worker, and a Dominion contract worker were filed in Michigan.
Additionally, it was discovered that over 5,000 votes had flipped from President Trump to Joe Biden in Antrim County, MI, where Dominion Voting Machines were used. As a result of the massive errors in Antrim County, a lawsuit was filed against Antrim County resident Bill Bailey. Circuit Court Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer agreed to allow Bill Bailey’s attorney Matt DePerno, to bring in a team of IT experts to perform a forensic audit on the Dominion Voting machines used in the election. The initial report on the results from the audit was released on December 13, 2020. It showed a reported error rate of 68.05%, meaning an astounding 68.05% of ballots cast in Antrim County, MI, were allegedly sent to adjudication, meaning the ballots would be analyzed by someone other than the voter to determine the intent of the voter.
For months, Michigan citizens called on leadership in the state legislature to take action and address the hundreds of claims by GOP poll challengers who were threatened by election workers who witnessed voter fraud or irregularities or were threatened and intimidated by paid election workers or leftist agitators at the TCF Center where hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots were counted. Many of the GOP poll challengers testified in front of the MI House and/or Senate Oversight Committees.
On December 16, 2020, after over 100 witnesses testified to voter fraud or voter irregularities in from Michigan Legislature’s House and Senate Oversight Committees, Committee Chairs Senator Ed McBroom (R), and Rep. Matt Hall (R) issued subpoenas demanding The subpoena gave Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey and Livonia City Clerk Susan Nash until Jan. 12, 2021, to produce the evidence, giving lawmakers 8 days to process the results of the subpoena before the next president was to be sworn into office.
The subpeonas demanded they surrender:
Absentee voter counting board laptops, emails, logs related to all poll watchers and poll challengers as well as all communication with City of Detroit poll workers, all hard drives and memory drives for adjudication machines that were used during the AVCB (Absentee Voter Count Board) process, a list of workers hired to be adjudicators at the TCF Center where absentee ballots were counted, as well as a list of all hired election workers with their political party affiliation. The subpoenas also demanded a record of the public accuracy test for all Dominion machines.
All hard drives and memory drives for adjudication machines that were used during the AVCB (Absentee Voter Count Board) process, a list of workers hired to be adjudicators at the TCF Center where absentee ballots were counted, and a record of the public accuracy test for all Dominion machines. Envelopes and absentee voter ballots that were processed at specific tables. The list the names of all people who picked up and delivered absentee ballots from the Detroit City Clerk’s office, drop boxes, or voting centers to the TCF Center, and when.”