Five of these absentee ballots sent to “old” voters were recorded as having been returned and counted. One of the persons in the list, William Bradley, was reported to have been born in 1902. Records show that he last updated his voter registration in 2002 and cast his first ballot this year. His son William T. Bradley, who lives in the same address, said he received a ballot for him and his father. However, he threw the other ballot away as his father “passed away in 1984” and his father “didn’t have a middle initial.”
According to the Social Security Administration, William Bradley indeed died in June 1984. On the other hand, the office of Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson indicated that two applications for absentee voting were received for William Bradley at the indicated address – but only one live ballot was sent and received.
Cases such as that of the Bradleys are either an instance of ballots being requested and cast in the name of deceased individuals, improperly cleaned state voter rolls or incorrect recording of the birth year – the third one potentially causing problems if someone were to cast their vote in person.
The erroneous sending of absentee ballots to deceased voters appeared to be the work of Benson, who was criticized for this action early this year. A mail vendor who requested anonymity told the Gateway Pundit that Benson, a Democrat, appeared to have reverted the efforts of her predecessor Ruth Johnson – a Republican – in cleaning up voter rolls. This led to accusations from Republicans that Democrats planned to commit vote fraud using mail-in ballots.
Detroit News reported in August that Michigan clerks rejected more than 10,000 mail-in ballots during the state's primaries, with 846 of these being deemed invalid because “the voter was dead.” Data from Benson's office at that time showed more than 6,400 mail-in ballots were rejected due to late arrival, more than 2,200 ballots had no signature on the envelope and more than 1,000 were deemed invalid as the voter moved. (Related: SEVEN VOTERS older than the oldest human being alive today voted in Michigan including one man born in 1850.)
These same mail-in ballots played a role in skewing the state’s election results. President Donald Trump had a 290,000 vote lead in Michigan on Nov. 4. However, this quickly evaporated once mail-in ballots mysteriously sent by a Ferrari, and unmarked van and what appeared to be a Chrysler 300 arrived at the state’s counting center. These votes subsequently gave Joe Biden a wide lead against the incumbent.
An anonymous tipster later suggested that the three vehicles had out-of-state license plates and delivered the votes under the cover of night. The tipster added: “They’re saying Trump has no chance of winning here,” and noted that some 7,000 military ballots were still being counted.
Despite the tipster’s suggestion, Michigan does not require front license plates, and the three vehicles pulled in from the front – which made them harder to identify. However, the tipster mentioned that “someone took photos” of the Ferrari and Chrysler – but none were able to document the van.
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