Bailey v Antrim County MI (Jocelyn Benson) update Feb 2, 2021, Judge extends deadline for records, Benson et al ordered to turn over records, Anti Trumper AG
“AG Dana Nessel kicking off her Democratic Nominating Convention by comparing President Trump to Adolf Hitler, before joking: “Hitler, by all accounts, could read and write … and he also was brave enough to serve in his nation’s military.””...Summit News Nov 13, 2020
“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
From The Washington Radar February 2, 2021.
“Michigan judge extends deadline for records in Antrim County election lawsuit
A Michigan 13th Circuit Court chief judge has extended a deadline for the secretary of state to turn over records in a lawsuit filed by an Antrim County voter.
Judge Kevin Elsenheimer’s written order was filed on Friday, Jan. 29, with a Feb. 2 deadline for the records to be turned over. The judge has since issued an extension allowing Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson until Feb. 8 to submit the documents.
The Antrim County lawsuit is scheduled for a settlement conference on May 11 and, if necessary, a non-jury trial two-day bench trial is scheduled to begin June 8.
The judge approved a motion for discovery, ordering the secretary of state to produce information requested from Portage-based Constitutional Attorney Matthew DePerno, who is representing plaintiff William Bailey in Bailey versus Antrim County.
Attorney Haider Kazim, who is representing Antrim County, said depositions aren’t likely to be taken for months.”
“Michigan election officials were ordered to turn over records related to the 2020 election cycle, including any communications with Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple.
The Antrim County Circuit judge also ordered Benson and her Bureau of Elections to turn over election-related communications between the offices and Antrim Township, Antrim County, state and federal legislators, as well as Dominion Voting Systems and Election Source, companies that supply voting machines and software used in Antrim County and much of Michigan.
Bailey, an Antrim County voter, brought the case after the November presidential elections when election officials said human error caused the county to flip from Republican to Democrat.
A forensic audit report of voting machines and software concluded the system was designed to lead to election fraud and argued the results in the county shouldn’t have been certified.
Benson’s office intervened in the case last month to stop the release of a 23-page forensic report on voting machines in the county prepared by Allied Security Operations Group, Inc., a Texas-based cyber security firm. It has since taken the lead in the defense.”
Anti Trumper MI Attorney General Dana Nessel