If you can certify something, then by definition, that means that you can de-certify it.
And that’s exactly what U.S. Constitutional Attorney Matthew S. DePerno is trying to explain.
DePerno made explosive claims and is providing it with evidence.
The Antrim County election management system (EMS) was REMOTELY and successfully logged into anonymously on 11/05/2020 at 5:55 PM and again on 11/17/2020 at 5:16 PM. Yes, that is correct . . . REMOTELY.Those dates are significant because they correspond directly to the dates the county and SOS were trying to correct the intentional computer problems that subverted the election.These logons appear to have escalated privileges at the time of logon.Again . . . REMOTELY.But we were told there was no internet connection.In an accredited system, an anonymous user should not be authorized by the accreditation authority, but would instead be required to enter a specific user name and password to utilize the system.We were told there was no internet connection. We were told there was no remote access. We were told this was human error. All lies.This is fraud. This decertifies the Antrim County election.SOS Benson should resign or be impeached.
DePerno isn’t just someone posting randomly on Twitter.
He is actually arguing this case before a Michigan judge.
And he has been on the front lines investigating the integrity of the 2020 presidential election.
See his tweets below:
2. Those dates are significant because they correspond directly to the dates the county and SOS were trying to correct the intentional computer problems that subverted the election.
These logons appear to have escalated privileges at the time of logon.
Again . . . REMOTELY
— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) June 9, 2021
4. We were told there was no internet connection. We were told there was no remote access. We were told this was human error. All lies.
This is fraud. This decertifies the Antrim County election.
SOS Benson should resign or be impeached.
— Matthew S. DePerno, Esq. (@mdeperno) June 9, 2021
The dominoes are falling in Maricopa County in Arizona.
Will Antrim County in Michigan be next?
It sure looks like it!
Detroit News confirms that Antrim County is quickly becoming the new front in auditing the 2020 election:
Republican activists in Michigan are mounting a campaign for a so-called “forensic audit” of the 2020 presidential election, which could force GOP legislators in the battleground state to take public stances on the idea.
During a rally in Antrim County over the weekend that drew hundreds of former President Donald Trump’s most devout supporters, speakers focused on pressuring Republican lawmakers who control the state House and state Senate into forcing another review of the presidential vote, seven months after Election Day.
Attendees signed affidavits demanding an audit. The documents will be delivered to officeholders on June 17.
One lawmaker who was there Saturday, Rep. Ken Borton, R-Gaylord, said he expects a proposal calling for an audit to be introduced in the Legislature later this week. Borton said he thinks there’s an appetite in Lansing for attempting to require an audit.
“I was told that something is coming,” the legislator said.
It’s unclear what the specifics of the proposal are and whether lawmakers will be able to somehow force an audit without gaining the support of Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. Trump backers have been encouraging audits in battleground states in recent months after the GOP-controlled Arizona Senate orchestrated one in Maricopa County. The Arizona Senate issued subpoenas for ballots and voting machines, according to the Associated Press.
Multiple states are now in the process of beginning or contemplating audits.
Because these audits are being ordered by the state legislatures, it will be very difficult (if not impossible) for Democrats to stop these efforts.
It’s not just Antrim County.
Republicans in Wayne County are also calling for an audit.
Wayne County is home to Detroit, where observers were blocked during the counting process.
Let’s do same in Wayne County!!
Wayne County needs a Maricopa County style audit.
— GaryTap Liberty 6% 💎 (@tap_gary) June 9, 2021
AZ #AUDIT new forensic tables – Tomorrow GA delegation is arriving ( meanwhile in GA SoS is censured for Dereliction of constitutional duty, gov is booted)
PA is working on petition.
Nevada next #AUDIT
Antrim county is fighting for an audit.
Windham investigates fake machines pic.twitter.com/te1WGUU4KW
— Karol Gajdos K7 (@KarolGajdosK7) June 7, 2021
This news comes after it was revealed that election officials from across the country flew to Maricopa.
Why did they travel all the way to Arizona?
Well, these elected officials wanted to see the audit process first hand.
The prevailing theory is that these election officials want to see how the audit is unfolding so that they can demand an audit in their home states.
The Denver Gazette confirms:
The Republican-led Arizona Senate’s audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County is becoming a national attraction for people who may be interested in re-creating the controversial review in their own states.
Elected officials from at least two states, Alaska and Georgia, were spotted on Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, where private firm Cyber Ninjas is leading the audit. Alaska state Rep. David Eastman and Georgia state Sens. Burt Jones and Brandon Beach took part in a tour, according to KTAR News reporter Griselda Zetino.
OANN anchor Christina Bobb, who has helped raise funds for the audit through a nonprofit group, Voices and Votes, suggested in a tweet that Colorado also had representation at the venue. She did this while covering the review as a reporter.
This follows a delegation of Republican lawmakers from Pennsylvania last week. Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano, who was present at the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, was one of them.
“The AZ Forensic Election Audit is the most comprehensive election audit in the history of [the] United States,” Mastriano said in a press release. “Transparency is a must in our republic. Every citizen should be confident that their vote counts.”
Even as pressure mounts in states such as Pennsylvania and Georgia to replicate the Maricopa County audit, the review has earned criticism from county officials and Democratic Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and prompted concerns from the U.S. Justice Department. Critics argue the results from two previous election machine audits, conducted for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, showed no irregularities in the county’s 2020 election. A recount of a sample of ballots also did not turn up any problems.
Arizona Senate President Karen Fann said the audit is not meant to overturn the 2020 election results. However, former President Donald Trump has touted how he believes it will show “massive” election fraud. Instead, the state Senate president insisted that the audit is meant to restore trust in the system and influence changes to the law.
Organizers expect the audit, which includes a vote tally and machine analysis, to wrap up by the end of June, after which a report will be produced.
2022 and 2024 will be here before you know it.
If we want free and fair elections, then we need to get to the bottom of what happened in 2020.
Without ensuring that our election process is secure, the people will not have faith in their government.