Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch is no longer answering any questions from the tiny number of media outlets that are asking about the 2020 ballot registration scandal in her city.
Two weeks before the 2020 election, Ms. Meisch encountered a lady trying to turn in 10,000 fraudulent ballot registrations and called the police. This case has been gaining huge attention despite the lack of MSM coverage, especially since Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has said repeatedly that there was absolutely no fraud in the 2020 election in her state.
Muskegon is a small town that had a population of 38,309 people in 2020. About 29,800 of them were of voting age. Most of the people in the town were already registered to vote. There were only 3,843 people of eligible voting age in the town who were not registered to vote.
That’s when a woman named Brianna Hawkins suddenly brought in 10,000 absentee ballot registrations one day. Oops.
Since fact checkers have been publishing articles claiming that this story is false, we’d just like to point out that 10,000 ballot registrations is more than Muskegon could have possibly had, since there were only 3,843 outstanding non-registrants in the city.
Michigan State Republican Party official Phil O’Halloran says, “Even a casual observer can readily see that something is wrong. The numbers do not add up. The number of registration forms turned in by one person represents a third of the population of the city.”
City Clerk Ann Meisch called the cops. A multi-agency investigation ensued that involved the Muskegon city police, Michigan state troopers, Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office, and eventually the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE).
Brianna Hawkins admitted to police that she worked for a company called GBI Strategies, which handles ballot registrations for the Democrat Party in 20 states, including Michigan. She said it was her job to register Joe Biden voters in Muskegon.
When the police talked to Ann Meisch, she pulled a sampling of 42 ballots out of the stack of 10,000. All of them were fake. They had fake addresses, fake names and other fake information. Most of them were written in the same handwriting. The “signatures” were all printed, rather than signed in cursive.
GBI Strategies received $11 million in cash from a dark money Democrat Party PAC in 2020 register Biden voters. The head of GBI Strategies doesn’t appear to have been interviewed by the cops and has since disappeared. Nothing fishy there!
When Michigan State Troopers raided GBI Strategies’ office in Muskegon, they found semiautomatic rifles with silencers attached (hence BATFE being involved). They also found bags full of prepaid cash cards, voter registration forms, and a bunch of burner phones.
All of the results of the investigation, which clearly uncovered what looks like a massive voter fraud operation designed to sway the 2020 election, was hidden from the public for three years. Investigators in Michigan turned everything over to the FBI and… it died.
The Epoch Times contacted City Clerk Ann Meisch with two follow-up questions. First, where did the 10,000 fraudulent voter registration forms come from? Those are official election documents, so they had to come from somewhere. Someone in an election office somewhere in Michigan had to have given those forms to GBI Strategies.
The second question was, are the 10,423 fraudulent voter registration forms that were turned in still in Ann Meisch’s possession at the city clerk’s office? Are they in a box in Dana Nessel’s office? Does the FBI have them? The current location of the ballots might tell us something about whether this investigation was taken seriously by the AG’s office or the FBI (although we have some deep suspicions that it was not, for some reason).
Meisch responded to the Epoch Times in an email, “I cannot speak to the facts of the case at this time. I am sorry that I cannot be of more help.”
AG Nessel has indicted the 16 lawfully appointed electors for Donald Trump in the 2020 election, based on the contention that there was “no evidence of fraud” in her state. The FBI is not returning any calls regarding the ballot registration scandal in Muskegon.