“Here We Go Again… Suspicious Ballots Arrive Way After Legal Deadline in Detroit,” Ben Wetmore reported on Wednesday, after a confusing election night.
Tuesday, Michigan voters voted to codify reproductive rights, early voting, and financial disclosures for some elected officials in the state constitution, according to the Detroit Free Press. Oakland County voters came out in support of transportation.
According to unofficial Associated Press results, incumbents Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and Attorney General Dana Nessel won their respective contests.
In a race for the newly formed 8th Congressional District, U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee beat Republican nominee Paul Junge. For the first time since the 1970s, voters in the Grand Rapids area chose Democratic congressional representation. The re-election of Democrat Elissa Slotkin in Michigan’s 7th Congressional District was anticipated to be one of the most costly contests in the country.
However, the Gateway Pundit found it difficult to accept these results since they got an exclusive look at some peculiar conduct.
“Michigan polls closed at 8:00 PM yesterday, election day 2022. The results strongly favoring Democrats shocked the pollsters and prognosticators, who all predicted some degree of a ‘red wave’ that never materialized. The results directly conflict with the perception by many campaign professionals, pollsters, and those in the media that were predicting strong Republican gains,” Wetmore reported, adding:
“The Gateway Pundit has exclusive video and photographic evidence that the City of Detroit in Michigan was collecting thousands of ballots significantly after the legal deadline in 2022. This video is from the Detroit Department of Elections at 2978 West Grand. Ballots are processed there, entering and exiting through the garage in the alley behind the building.”
Wetmore said that a number of votes were discovered beginning at 11:30 p.m. on election night and continuing until around 1:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
The photos on the Gateway Pundit website have timestamps.
“Where did these ballots come from? Why are they arriving at the Detroit Bureau of Election so suspiciously late on election night? What could possibly account for so many ballots arriving so late?” Wetmore asked and went on in more detail:
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Every Michigan ‘drop box’ is required to have a high-definition camera covering its location at all times. Michigan Patriots painstakingly examined the video from 2020 to determine how many legal votes could reasonably have been cast by dropping off ballots in the drop boxes, and the last hour of operation in 2020 the answer was about 100. The entire last day of operation showed that less than a thousand cast ballots by dropping them in ballot drop boxes. So there is no realistic way these observed ballots came from that source, and if they did not come from drop boxes, where did they come from? CONTINUE READING…