How long must it go on for the whole country to realize just how fraudulent the last election was? How many more states need to speak out about voting machine issues, fraud within voting staff, and major issues with mail-in ballots?
The latest headline comes out of Michigan where they have voted to recount in an entire county due to the vast amount of amount of voting machine tampering.
Here is more from the ConserativeBrief
The Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners voted 4-3 to send a letter to the state elections director seeking a hand recount of the ballots and a comparison of the results with those reported after the Nov. 3 election, The Hill reported.
The board also proposed hiring an “accredited election auditor” to examine whether the county’s voting equipment had been “in communication with any unauthorized computer and whether there is any evidence that any unauthorized computer actually manipulated” the votes.
The issue arises in the fact that Michigan’s election system is ran by Democrat Secretary of State Benson so it will be a battle to get the letter approved.
Maricopa County AZ has been an illustration of an election audit path that other states can and should utilize. It seems that Michigan has taken notice and put in their own plan of action.
Last week, it was revealed that a whopping nine state delegator will tour the Maricopa County audit facility on Friday.
Ward, who threatened that there “could be arrests of people who are refusing to comply,” says the audit could be completed much sooner than expected.