Citing numerous witnesses who filed sworn affidavits under oath, the lawsuit alleges that lawful voters are being disenfranchised by the prolific fraud taking place in Michigan. The suit also says Michigan may have gone for Trump had fraud not been involved.
Filed by the Great Lakes Justice Center, the suit lists as Exhibit A evidence to suggest that ballots were processed in Detroit and Wayne County that had not been properly validated. It also says voters who had already voted absentee or mail-in were voting a second (or more?) time with the help of corrupt poll workers.
Larsen says he personally observed election officials changing names on ballots when counting machines identified that such-and-such person had already voted. These fake names were then illegally entered into the voting logs as unique voters, Larsen maintains.
"Mr. Larsen reviewed the running list of scanned in ballots in the computer system, where it appeared that the voter had already been counted as having voted," Exhibit A of the lawsuit explains.
"An official operating the computer then appeared to assign this ballot to a different voter as he 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 Larsen, a "majority" of the voters whose ballots he personally observed being scanned into the computer were non-eligible, meaning either their names could not be matched to the poll book or they had already voted another way.
Concerned that similar fraud was taking place at other counting stations, Larsen explains in his sworn affidavit that he attempted to look over the should of another poll worker who was counting ballots, only to have her glare disapprovingly at him for trying to hold her accountable.
"He stood still until she began to loudly and aggressively tell him that he could not stand where he was standing," Exhibit A further explains. "She indicated that he needed to remain in front of the computer screen where he could not see what the worker was doing."
In other words, this nasty poll worker did not want to be observed presumably committing fraud – though nobody knows for sure what she was doing since she refused to let anyone observe her work.
Using the excuse of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), this poll worker and others began to lecture Larsen about how he needed to stay six feet away from the other poll workers, even though all were wearing face coverings.
The six-foot rule was just far enough to prevent Larsen from reading the other poll worker's screen and poll books, which by all appearances would explain why so-called "social distancing" has been hammered into people's heads all year in anticipation of the election.
It is important to note that Larsen had no problems in Lansing and East Lansing observing poll workers up close. Only in Detroit and Wayne County did he encounter both obvious fraud and hateful animosity from poll workers who were clearly up to no good in their attempts to steal the state for Biden.
"Mr. Larsen's experiences are not unique," reports 100percentfedup.com's Patty McMurray, who also worked as a poll challenger.
"Several GOP Poll Challengers, including myself, experienced the same or similar issues while attempting to witness absentee ballots' processing and tabulation at the TCF Center in Detroit."
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