Michigan Secretary of State and Dominion Corp Warn Local Officials Not to Audit any Election Results


Posted originally on the conservative tree house on May 27, 2021 | Sundance | 235 Comments

Providing further suspicion that something is afoot in the world of fraudulent election systems, the Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (Democrat) and the Dominion Company (who control the ballot counting systems) are warning state officials not to conduct audits of their local results.

(Via WaPo) […] – In letters sent to the Cheboygan and Antrim county clerks last week, the office of Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said the county boards have “no authority” to order audits — and instructed election clerks not to provide access to unaccredited outside parties to conduct them.

“Interest in granting access to unqualified third parties to conduct a ‘forensic audit’ may stem from misplaced reliance on ongoing misinformation, which has been repeatedly, comprehensively, and definitively debunked,” wrote Jonathan Brater, director of the Michigan Bureau of Elections, in a letter to Cheboygan County Clerk Karen Brewster.

In a separate letter to all Michigan counties that use its equipment, Dominion warned that transferring machines to unaccredited auditors could void licensing agreements and render the equipment “unqualified for official use.” (read more)

What kind of voting machine company has a warranty policy where the warranty is voided when an audit is performed on them? Yes, one that has a lot to hide.

This comes on the heels of forensic auditors finding serious issues and discrepancies with the election ballots and Dominion tabulation machines in Antrim County.   What the evidence showed was an intentional manipulation of the ballot counting system that shifted votes from Trump to Biden, then the system was scrubbed of log-in details so the people who did the shifts would not be identified. {Go Deep}

Recap Video of the issues at stake [LINK HERE]:

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