The initial vote by the Wayne County Board of Canvassers was 2-2, an exact split along party lines, with the two Republicans pointing out that "irregularities" were observed with the absentee ballot count. A whopping 93 of Detroit's 134 absentee counting boards, or 70 percent, they revealed, saw mismatches of "anywhere from one to more than four votes," necessitating further investigation.
"Based on what I saw and went through in poll books in this canvass, I believe that we do not have complete and accurate information in those poll books," Republican board chairwoman Monica Palmer told the room.
News about the deadlock quickly spread, unleashing ire among leftists nationwide who became triggered by the possibility that President Trump may, in fact, be the rightful winner of Michigan – or as the left would put it, Trump is clearly trying to steal Michigan from Biden because he is a fascist dictator.
Within two hours of the announcement, the board's two Republicans mysteriously backed away from their no vote, suddenly agreeing to certify the election for Democrats. They instead switched their tune to asking Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson for a "comprehensive audit" of all precincts in question, though there is no guarantee that this audit will ever actually occur.
What changed these two Republicans' minds other than cowardice, you are probably asking? The answer is simple: Democrats like Abraham Aiyash, who is running for State Representative District 4, both threatened and doxed them, publishing the names of their children, their children's schools, and other sensitive personal information online.
Aiyash, a domestic terrorist who lives at 5000 Yemans St., Hamtramck, Michigan, 48212-3341 – he can also be reached at (313) 285-9992 (this is publicly available information, by the way) – put up a Zoom video in which he openly threatened Monica Palmer and her children.
"This extortion attempt directly influenced the decision to agree to certify the election fraud in #WayneCounty," tweeted "Miss Michigan," the Twitter account linked to @correctthemedia.
While it remains somewhat unclear precisely how many votes in Wayne County are questionable, it has been suggested that the state's razor-thin margins could swing back in Trump's favor were there to occur a full and honest audit.
The official count suggests that Trump lost to Biden in Michigan by 146,007 votes, though as we reported, many of these votes likely belonged to Trump or were simply manufactured out of thin air after everyone went to sleep the night of the election.
The Trump campaign says a combination of recounts, lawsuits and audits in numerous contested states will eventually deliver the 270 electoral votes the president needs in order to win reelection.
"Only a complete coward would even hint at an attack on someone's children," wrote one commenter at LifeSiteNews about Aiyash's Zoom video, which shows that the guy should probably be sent to prison rather than be allowed to run for political office.
"To make a statement of where these kids go to school is in fact a hint or suggestion for an attack. How low can these cowards go without being arrested?"
Another, pointing a finger right at the Trump administration, responded with:
"Where is the Justice Department? Where is the FBI?"
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