Jessy Jacob, "an employee for the City of Detroit for decades," according to a signed affidavit, says she was told by her supervisor to alter the mailing dates of absentee ballots received after the legal deadline, an obvious crime.
Others in her department – Jacob was assigned to work in Detroit's election department this year – were allegedly told to do the same, as well as to ignore the legal requirement that mail-in ballots have matched signatures.
"During the last two weeks while working at this satellite location, I was specifically instructed by my supervisor not to ask for a driver's license or any photo I.D. when a person was trying to vote," Jacob's affidavit reads.
Jacob further claims that she observed "on a daily basis" election workers from the City of Detroit "coaching and trying to coach voters to vote for Joe Biden and the Democrat party."
"I witnessed these workers and employees encouraging voters to do a straight Democrat ballot," she adds about the illegal activity that was taking place. "I witnessed these election workers and employees going over to the voting booths with voters in order to watch them vote and coach them for whom to vote."
Early on Monday morning, Matt Finn from Fox News tweeted about the lawsuit, which will add to the growing mound of litigation arising in response to what many say was widespread voter fraud in all of the key battleground states.
Jacob says she also observed people who had already voted with absentee ballots coming into her polling place to vote a second time in person. These individuals were not required to sign an affidavit indicating that they had already voted by mail.
The next morning on Nov. 4 when Jacob was called in to count more ballots at the TCF Center, she says she was specifically instructed not to validate any ballots for authenticity. Instead, Jacob was told to just count them all as if they were valid.
Zachary Larson, a former assistant attorney general who also worked as a poll challenger at the TCF Center, signed his own affidavit likewise suggesting widespread voter fraud in Detroit.
Larson says another poll challenger for whom he took over when she went to lunch expressed concern about ballots being scanned and processed that were not being matched in the official poll book.
The first ballot Larson watched go through the system showed up as an eligible match, indicating no problems. But the "next several," he says, "did not match any eligible voter in the poll book."
"When the scan came up empty, the first official would type in the name 'Pope' that brought up a voter by that last name," Larson wrote in his affidavit.
"I reviewed the running list of scanned in ballots in the computer system, and it appeared that the voter had already been counted as having voted. Then the first official appeared to assign a number to a different voter as I observed a completely different name that was added to the list of voters at the bottom of a running tab of processed ballots on the right side of the screen."
According to Larson that same official would then make a handwritten notation in a "supplemental poll book," which he says also concerned him because non-eligible voters were obviously voting, and this appeared to be true "for the majority of the voters whose ballots I had personally observed being scanned."
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