16 April, 2021

Trump Proven Right—Again. but You’re Probably Not Allowed to Talk About It on Twitter or Facebook

Trump Vindicated as Judge Rules Michigan Secretary of State Violated Election Laws – PJ Media

A judge in Michigan has vindicated President Trump by ruling that Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat, broke state law when she unilaterally changed election rules concerning absentee balloting in the 2020 election. This ruling legitimizes a key claim made by the Trump legal team in its challenges to the 2020 election.

A major change imposed by Benson was loosening the signature verification requirement for absentee ballots. Michigan Court of Claims Chief Judge Christopher Murray ruled that this change violated Michigan Administrative Procedures Act.

So, what’s the end result of this? There were 3.1 million votes cast by absentee ballot in 2020. A significant number of them were probably invalid. I won’t say fraudulent. We can speculate that the loosened restrictions allowed for more fraud potential and therefore it’s more likely that fraud occurred. But we don’t really have any hard evidence on how much fraud there was. Nor are we likely to find any, because it’s just very hard to prove after the fact.

But we can say “invalid”. The loosened restrictions allowed many ballots to be counted that normally would not be. Biden led widely in absentee ballots, so any significant reduction in the legal count of absentees likely would have turned the state election to Trump.

In fact, I think it’s fair to say that based upon this ruling, that without the loosened restrictions, Trump would have almost certainly won the state. I am not saying the election will be overturned, or even that it should be. I don’t believe either of those are the case at this point. This is one of the many problems with voter fraud. If you can ever prove it, it takes so long to do, that it’s almost certainly too late by then.

I’m really curious, though. Twitter and Facebook have blocked almost any discussion regarding voting issues in the 2020 election. I assume that they still are doing so, and now you’ll not be allowed to talk about a legal win for Trump in court.

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