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Antrim County Next? *2ND* Audit Could Proceed, If Michigan 2020 Election Lawsuit Moves Forward


A historic forensic audit is underway in Maricopa County in Arizona.

Now, a SECOND audit could proceed in Antrim County, Michigan.

If a second audit indeed moves forward, this would be historic.

Six months after Joe Biden has taken residency in the White House, half the country still questions the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election.

And elected officials are working to make sure that we have true transparency and integrity in our electoral process.

The fate of a Michigan election lawsuit is on the balance.

If this lawsuit moves forward and successful, then an audit will begin in Michigan.

Many believe that this would be the “second domino” to fall.

Antrim County, of course, is where 6,000 votes were mysteriously “switched” FROM Donald Trump TO Joe Biden.

Democrat officials claimed that this was a “glitch.”

But if it wasn’t for Republicans complaining, this “error” would have never been caught.

Trump would have “lost” the county that he actually won.

How do we know that there aren’t more counties like that in Michigan?

Well, that’s what a forensic audit would uncover.

More details on this developing story below:

We expect news on the lawsuit to be revealed this week.

The hearing itself is supposed to take place on Monday, May 10, 2020.

According to local Michigan news Record Eagle:

A Monday hearing will determine the fate of one of the last active lawsuits challenging the validity of the 2020 election.

A 13th Circuit Court judge is scheduled to hear arguments on a defense request to dismiss an Antrim County election-related lawsuit —a move opposed by the plaintiff who, court records show, is instead seeking to expand the case.

Throughout the U.S., hundreds of lawsuits challenging balloting issues, election equipment or the results of the 2020 election have been filed in local, state and federal courts, information from the American Bar Association shows.

The case in Antrim County is among the few yet to be adjudicated, records show.

A judge in Arizona ruled the Republican-led Senate could hire a third-party contractor — Doug Logan of Florida-based Cyber Ninjas — to conduct an audit of the 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County in the 2020 election, which is ongoing.

Cyber Ninjas, listed in court documents as an expert witness for the plaintiff in the Antrim County lawsuit, was also referenced in a letter sent Wednesday from the U.S. Department of Justice to an Arizona official.

“This description of the proposed work of the audit raises concerns regarding potential intimidation of voters,” Pamela S. Karlan, of the Civil Rights division of the DOJ, wrote to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann.

A spokesperson with the Michigan Attorney General’s office said the AG had no comment on whether there was an effort to conflate the two cases

Assistant Michigan Attorney General Erik Grill — representing intervener Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson — and attorney Haider Kazim — representing defendant Antrim County — filed a joint motion requesting Judge Kevin Elsenheimer dismiss the lawsuit.

The April 9 request — called a motion for summary disposition —argues a local man, Bill Bailey of Central Lake Township, both lacks standing to bring the lawsuit and has already received from the court everything he asked for in his original complaint.

Elsenheimer allowed Bailey and his attorney, Matthew DePerno, to have a third party conduct a forensic examination of the county’s Dominion Voting Systems equipment, for example. And the pair tasked representatives from a Dallas-based firm, Allied Security Operations Group, to come to Antrim County on Dec. 6 and conduct the exam.

Representatives from the state’s Bureau of Elections also visited the county, training local volunteer poll workers for a hand re-count of the county’s presidential election, an approximately seven hour process which was livestreamed Dec. 17, and found no fraud.

“All election results have been certified and none of the candidates in Antrim County requested a recount,” Grill said in court filings. “Officials elected through the November 3 election have taken office and begun performing their duties.”

A hearing on whether to dismiss the case is set for Monday at 1:30 p.m.

Bailey continues to argue the county violated his constitutional rights after an error by County Clerk Sheryl Guy caused about 2,000 votes cast for then-President Donald Trump, to be initially — and mistakenly — tallied for then-challenger Joe Biden.

Guy, a Republican, corrected her office’s vote tally errors prior to the state’s certification of the county’s November election results, and records show Trump won Antrim County by a large margin, receiving 9,748 votes to Biden’s 5,960 votes.

Bailey also contends in court filings the county’s Dominion Voting Systems election equipment was intentionally programmed for fraud and that passage of a marijuana proposal “diluted” his vote — though he does not live in the jurisdiction where the proposal was on the ballot.

Trump political operatives, including attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, and MyPillow Chief Executive Officer Mike Lindell, made similar accusations during national media appearances and have all been sued by Dominion for defamation.

DePerno has received a cease and desist letter from Dominion, as previously reported, though recent court filings made on behalf of Bailey show, he is seeking to expand the case against the small rural county in the northern part of the state’s lower peninsula.

Subpoenas seeking election data were served on 15 Antrim County townships last month and on a Dominion branch office in Mt. Pleasant.

“We will do anything that is appropriate if we’re asked to do so by the court,” said Stanley Garnett, an attorney for Dominion based in Denver who coordinates the company’s state-to-state legal representation.

“I understand the state has filed a motion to quash,” Garnett added, of the Michigan AG’s office’s efforts to cancel the subpoenas. “I think what you’re seeing from Mr. DePerno is a fairly scattershot approach and it doesn’t appear to be a serious effort to litigate under Michigan court rules.”

DePerno said in an email to the Record-Eagle that Bailey’s legal team had verified “DVS” — presumably Dominion Voting Systems — was “entirely corruptible.”

“Once people extricate themselves from their liberal conspiracy theory fevor-dreams (sic) and actually look at the evidence, they will see that challenging fraudulent elections is what will save our democracy.”

Assistant Attorney General Grill filed a motion to quash the subpoenas, as did Peter Wendling, a Bellaire attorney representing several of the townships, and the issue is on hiatus, pending a judge’s ruling, expected Monday.

Did you notice the claims that the Michigan Attorney General is trying to quash the investigation, lawsuit, and audit?

If you have nothing to hide, then why attempt to hide it?

Why be against transparency?

If Joe Biden actually won, shouldn’t you want to PROVE that with a forensic audit?

It really is a simple ask!

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This is the latest news on the Antrim County lawsuit.

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