When Americans went to bed last night, Trump had a sizeable lead that in an honest world would have been insurmountable. When Americans woke up, however, Biden had suddenly been given 138,339 new votes, while Trump's vote count remained the same.
"So while everyone was asleep and after everyone went home, Democrats in Michigan magically found a trove of 138,339 votes, and all 138,339 of those 'votes' magically went to Biden? That doesn't look suspicious at all," tweeted The Federalist's Sean Davis in the early morning hours on Nov. 4.
Davis' tweet was immediately "locked" by Twitter as being "misleading," of course, even though it contained undeniable evidence of voter fraud in Michigan, a key battleground state that Trump may end up needing in order to rightfully win the election.
Dave Rubin from The Ruben Report also drew attention to the voter fraud taking place in Michigan, only to have one of his tweets similarly blocked by the Twitter gods for "break[ing] the Twitter Rules" concerning posts that suggest Biden is not the winner of the election.
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Meanwhile in Detroit, a far-left enclave where a bulk of Biden's Michigan "votes" are obviously being manufactured out of thin air, poll workers counting absentee ballots were caught on film boarding up the windows of the facility to prevent outsiders from seeing what is taking place inside.
Matt Finn, a national correspondent at Fox News, tweeted the footage which shows a masked elderly man applying large pieces of cardboard over the windows of the absentee ballot counting center, raising serious concerns about what might be taking place behind closed doors.
According to Finn, there are allegations that this boarding up violates election rules, and the Secretary of State has said she is now welcoming challenges to the process due to the awareness and backlash that is being generated.
"Some of the windows remain blocked off," Finn tweeted. "I asked a few people who taped them up and why, no clear answer. A few poll challengers / workers tell us they feel there wasn't a fair number of repubs and dems in this room."
After writing the Sec. of State's office for clarification, Finn says he received the following response, which he also tweeted as a screen capture presumably from his email account:
"There are poll challengers who have a legal avenue to address any legitimate concerns regarding any rules they claim were not followed. This has been a bipartisan, open and transparent process from the beginning, with a record number of Republican challengers observing it. The individuals who made these claims to you said they were challengers which means they have the ability to bring any violation they thought had occurred to the election inspectors."
Numerous followers of Finn were furious over what the video footage depicts, as it clearly suggests that blatant fraud is taking place behind closed doors. If allowed to persist unchallenged, Michigan could very easily slip away into the hands of Biden, resulting in a fraudulent "win."
"There is absolutely no reason for this," one wrote about the boarding up of the windows. "If the crowd is getting unruly, get a couple cops in there. Bad scene!"
Another pointed out that this all feels worse than what might happen in a communist third-world country.
"My father fled communist Cuba and now we're watching the same evil come to life here," responded another.
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