A bombshell new lawsuit by a watchdog group has uncovered huge voter irregularities — including thousands of registered voters that are deceased.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an election integrity watchdog group, filed a lawsuit against the Democrat-controlled city of Detroit last Wednesday.
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According to the suit, Detroit has 2,500 deceased individuals still registered to vote. There are almost 5,000 voters whose names appear twice in the city’s voter rolls — so the math clearly doesn’t add up.
There are currently 511,786 registered voters in the city with an eligible voting population of just 479,267.
“The lawsuit comes less than one year out from the 2020 elections in a state that President Donald Trump carried by just 10,704 votes over Hillary Clinton,” The Washington Free Beacon reported. “Past reports showed voter machine irregularities in the city when 37 percent of its precincts in 2016 registered more votes than the number of voters tallied in polling stations. The city of Detroit was overwhelmingly carried by Clinton.”
Let that sink in.
In Detroit’s Wayne County, in one out of every three precincts there were more votes than should have been mathematically possible in 2016.
For example, election observers in Detroit’s District 152 reported that one election box had actually contained only 50 total votes… but officials in Detroit had claimed 306 were counted in the election.
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That’s six times the actual number of votes — in just one district.
MUST READ! Penny Crider and I just got back from helping watch the recount at Cobo Hall in Detroit. On Nov. 8th…
“If the Russians or others are indeed coming in 2020, this is how we fight back early. Election integrity requires that we review voting assets and intentionally seek opportunities to harden them,” PILF’s communications director Logan Churchwell told The Beacon.
“When the Foundation hand-delivered these list maintenance leads, they were brushed aside by Detroit. This behavior is precisely what saboteurs rely on before they begin their work.”
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