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Michigan Police Raid Uncovers Largest Voter Fraud Operation in American History

Semiautomatic rifles with silencers attached, burner phones and fraudulent voter registration forms were uncovered in a Muskegon, MI police investigation that happened just one month before the 2020 election.

Clear, solid and indisputable evidence of voter fraud was uncovered in the course of that investigation. One state senator says as many as 800,000 ballots in Michigan could have been impacted.

The Democrat Party organization running the alleged fraud ring has offices in 20 states. This is the biggest smoking gun to be discovered yet when it comes to the stolen 2020 election. Here is what happened.

 

A month before the 2020 election—October 8, 2020, to be exact—Muskegon, MI City Clerk Ann Meisch called her local police. She felt suspicious after a woman showed up and dropped off a huge stack of approximately 10,000 completed voter registration packets. When Meisch examined the packets, it looked like they all had the same handwriting.

The same individual later dropped off another 2,500 ballot applications on October 20, 2021. Meisch explained to the police that she believed these were all fraudulent mail-in ballot applications.

Within a few days, a multi-agency task force had been formed consisting of Muskegon City Police, Michigan State Troopers, and the Chief of Investigations from the Michigan Attorney General’s Office.

It’s important to note that the Democrat Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has never mentioned this huge investigation or its findings, but right now she’s trying to prosecute the Trump electors from Michigan who doubted the election results.

Here are just a few quotes from the Michigan State Police report, which has just been obtained by election integrity groups in Michigan:

“Numerous forms appeared to have been completed by the same writer and upon initial examination, addresses on multiple forms were invalid or non-existent… Phone numbers on multiple forms were erroneous and signatures on multiple forms didn’t appear to match signatures on file with the Department of Secretary of State. Examples included an address in the and another in the [REDACTED]. Those addresses do not exist in the Muskegon City house numbering system. Another form listed 80 W. Southern Ave which is the address for Muskegon High School and is clearly not a residence.”

Police tracked down the suspect who dropped off the 12,500 false ballot applications. She told them she was being paid $1,150 per week to find people who were not registered to vote and to help them fill out ballot applications. She was paid on a reloadable pay card and was also provided an Enterprise Rental car to carry out the work. A rental car is quite a perk for a sh*t job like that, don’t you think?

The Democrat Party campaign group that the suspect worked for was GBI Strategies, LLC. Its director is a guy named Gary Bell who lives in Alexandria, Virginia. GBI is headquartered in Tennessee, and its website says it has “organizing committees” set up in 20 states. Gary Bell’s bio states that he employs hundreds of campaign managers and thousands of “canvassers” like the one discovered in Muskegon.

The suspect told police that she had been doing these “voter registration activities” for GBI since August, in the Michigan cities of Muskegon, Detroit, Ypsilanti, Southfield, Flint and Lansing.

Obviously, this one suspect that police tracked down was not the only person working for GBI. In fact, GBI was given an infusion of $11 million in cash in 2020 to canvas for the 2020 Joe Biden presidential campaign. The cash came from a Democrat Party super PAC called Black PAC.

When police raided GBI’s office in Muskegon, they found two pelican cases that four semiautomatic rifles with attached suppressors and tactical sights, multiple handguns, and a handgun with a folding stock. The ATF was called in to examine the weapons, but it was determined that they were all legal.

Michigan State Senator Ruth Johnson, who used to serve as Michigan’s Secretary of State years ago, said, “My estimate is over 800,000 ballot applications were sent to non-qualified voters in Michigan, including many individuals who moved or died, and even some individuals who were underage or non-citizens. Many were sent to people who had moved out of state.”

A detective investigating the case in Muskegon pulled out a random sampling of 18 ballot applications out of the massive dump that the suspect dropped off. All 18 had the same handwriting. Many of the forms had “missing information, had duplicate last names at different addresses and had inaccurate information.”

State and local police believed they had found a massive, interstate voter fraud ring that was in operation in Michigan since at least August of 2020. The reason why we are only hearing about this in August of 2023 is because the multi-agency task force forwarded their findings to the FBI, which is where real investigations go to die.

The FBI simply hasn’t had time to look into a suspected voter fraud organization that operates in 20 states and was “canvassing” for Joe Biden. They’ve been too busy harassing innocent January 6ers to look into it.

Plus, they’ve had to keep all those pesky parents under investigation at school board meetings. The FBI has also been protecting America from pro-life Catholics who prefer the Latin Mass.

The FBI has also had plenty of time to raid Mar a Lago, steal the former president’s passport, and rifle through Melania Trump’s underpants.

But the biggest crime in American history—the stolen 2020 election? Nope. They’re too busy to look into that. Besides, Bill Barr told them he had seen “no evidence” of fraud that could have changed the outcome of the 2020 election.

Well, guess what? This is the evidence. This is the smoking gun and the dead body. Burner phones. Rifles with attached silencers. Rental cars. 800,000 fake ballots in a state that Joe Biden supposedly won by 154,188 votes. Nothing to see here. Move along.


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