Michigan attorney claims ‘explosive’ evidence found in Antrim County 2020 election fraud case
New “explosive” information out of Antrim County, Michigan, suggests the 2020 election outcome in the state could have been influenced by fraud, according to a local attorney.
Attorney Matthew DePerno says that a judge-approved forensic audit of the Antrim County election results, voting machines, and software found that there were multiple ways there could have been issues with ballot tabulations. DePerno is calling for the state legislators to conduct a statewide audit of the election.
“It’s nearly impossible to uncover fraud unless you have an actual audit of the ballots,” DePerno said after his team uncovered possible ways that fraud could have impacted the result.
Antrim County’s results initially showed that Democratic candidate Joe Biden won the race, but tabulation errors were discovered, and the results flipped to Republican candidate Donald Trump. Local and state officials blamed human error for the mistaken results, but DePerno insists that Dominion Voting System machines could have been manipulated to show a fixed result.
Dallas-based cybersecurity firm Allied Security Operations was chosen to perform the forensic audit of the Dominion machines in Antrim County. In their final report, the firm stated that Dominion machines were “intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.”
“The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud. Based on our study, we conclude that the Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified,” the report said.
Dominion CEO John Poulos refuted the report saying the findings were “categorically false” and released by a “biased group.”
A hand recount was also conducted in Antrim County in December and found a deviation of just a dozen votes from the first tabulation, with 9,759 votes won by Trump and 5,959 going to Biden. Biden’s total margin of victory in Michigan was roughly 150,000 ballots.
DePerno claims that the recount tallied 15,962 ballots, but only 14,901 votes were shown in the Michigan secretary of states’ database. This means 1,061 voters don’t exist on Michigan’s voter rolls. He calls these “phantom ballots.”
The Michigan Secretary of State’s office released a statement rejecting DePerno’s claims of “phantom ballots,” saying “there is no such database showing such a discrepancy.”
Former President Donald Trump released a statement last week regarding the Michigan voter fraud case saying, “The major Michigan Election Fraud case has just filed a bombshell pleading claiming votes were intentionally switched from President Trump to Joe Biden.”
“This will prove true in numerous other States. All Republicans must UNIFY and not let this happen,” Trump said.