Something fishy is going on in the state of Michigan.
Between the mysterious pausing of ballot counting,
To the ballots that are found at exclusively for democts at 4 AM, the 2020 election has been rife with reports of misconduct and voter fraud.
Add to this reports of software “glitches” which are taking ballots cast for republicans and giving them to democrats, and well….
You have a pretty solid case for election fraud.
And its NOT just President Trump making these accusations as the left would have you beleive.
Oakland county comisioner Adam Kochenderfer was pleasantly suprised to hear that he had in fact won the election he thought he had lost on wednesday.
Check it out:
Our freinds over at The Gateway Pundit had the story here:
Yesterday it was reported that a voter machine in one Michigan county flipped 6,000 votes from President Trump to Joe Biden. This so-called computer ‘glitch’ fix in one of Michigan’s counties led to 6,000 votes switching from Joe Biden to President Trump. The Head of the Republican Party asked for an additional 47 counties be recounted after the fix since these 47 counties also use the same Dominion software.
We reported yesterday that all the swing states used the same software. But these machines are also used in many other states, including California.
In Oakland County’s 15th County Commission District — representing Rochester and Rochester Hills — the initial count gave a 104-vote margin to the Democrat, Melanie Hartman, amounting to a razor-thin majority of 50.08%…
“I’m very grateful to the officials who caught the error, but we need to ensure that we catch these issues, or prevent them entirely,” Kochenderfer said.
All these states must be audited now. All paper totals must be agreed with official results and tied to computer totals. Samples must be taken to ensure totals all tie together. This is outrageous.
The Detroit Free Press: Also had this to say:
“I thought that was that,” Kochenderfer said. “Those were the results, and I said I would not seek a recount.”
“Apparently, there was a technical glitch in Rochester Hills. And so I actually ended up winning by a little over 1,100 votes,” said a chuckling Kochenderfer.
"People are acting like fixing our elections is a partisan thing when it shouldn't be partisan," he said, adding, "we do have a very, very good clerk in Rochester Hills."
“A computer issue in Rochester Hills caused them to send us results for seven precincts as both precinct votes and absentee votes. They should only have been sent to us as absentee votes,” Rozell said in a text message.