Another Election Lawsuit By The Trump Campaign Hits Michigan

More election lawsuits surface as President Trump continues to defend the vote of the American people and ensure a fair and proper election. Another federal lawsuit was filed in Michigan that would seek to toss up to 1.2 million votes, flipping the state in President Trump’s favor. 

The lawsuit was filed by four voters in the U.S District Court. It would seek to throw out votes from Wayne, Washtenaw, and Ingham counties. There have been cited accusations of excluding Republican poll challenges, software glitches, clerical errors, and backdated ballots. If the votes were thrown out, President Trump would have a lead over former vice president Joe Biden. He currently has 147,000 fewer votes than Biden in Michigan. 

The plaintiffs in the lawsuit are Birmingham attorney Maxwell Gross and Indiana attorney James Bopp Jr, who also served as a campaign adviser to President Trump. Defendants include Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, members of the Michigan State Board of Canvassers, Wayne County Board of Canvassers, Washtenaw County Board of Canvassers, and Ingham County Board of Canvassers.

“Upon information and belief, the expert report will identify persons who cast votes illegally by casting multiple ballots, were deceased, had moved, or were otherwise not qualified to vote in the November 3 presidential election, along with evidence of illegal ballot stuffing, ballot harvesting, and other illegal voting,” the lawsuit reads.

The lawsuit argues that the state must certify the votes, otherwise it would violate the voters’ First Amendment and the Fourteenth Amendment rights by “vote-dilution disenfranchisement.” 

Complaints included that workers refused to record challenges to their process, removed challengers from the site who politely voiced a challenge, locked credentialed challengers out of the counting room so they could not observe the process, and allowed ballots to be duplicated by hand without allowing poll challengers to check if the duplication was accurate. 

One of the Michigan lawsuits have been thrown out due to lack of evidence. Another loss came when Judge Timothy Kenny denied a request for an audit of the Wayne County votes. This lawsuit was separated from one that is currently being undertaken by the county’s board of canvassers. 

With evidence suggesting that illegal ballots were included in the presidential results, the Trump campaign is fighting to ensure that those ballots are wiped by the executive of each state. Why are the Democrat-ran cities refusing to permit challengers to observe the process of ballot counting during the election process?

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