USA: Michigan Republican legislators have called for a new probe into the 2020 election as documentary film “2000 Mules” presented evidence from the True the Vote investigation.
The True the Vote investigators utilized cell phone location data and surveillance video to reveal what they claim as a well-organized operation in battleground states conducted by left-wing groups, which gathered mail-in ballots and paid mules to put them in drop boxes – usually in the middle of the night.
The Republican members of the Michigan House of Representatives pressed Attorney General Dana Nessel in a letter “to investigate, and bring charges if credible evidence is found, the Secretary of State of Michigan, members of her office and any organizations or individuals for crimes related to fraud committed in the 2020 election and crimes brought to light in the documentary ‘2000 Mules.’”
The legislators called for an investigation of Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson for using “4.5 million dollars of CARES funds to recklessly mail absentee ballot applications to all registered voters not on the permanent absentee voter list,” mandating “Michigan clerks in October 2020 to presume the accuracy of absentee ballot signatures … in contrast to state law, and not responding to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests by voters and groups like the Michigan Grassroots Alliance related to the voter rolls, Canton Township’s voters, and City of Detroit ballots.”
The state representatives mentioned that in “2000 Mules,” Michigan “was named as a state that had such mules influence the 2020 Presidential Election.”
They also ordered an investigation on the influence of the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life in Michigan cities. The lawmakers noted that some $7.6 million was divided among 19 municipalities in 474 grants – the most for any state in the nation.
Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary provided insight into appalling evidence of a nationwide ballot trafficking plot that happened during the 2020 presidential election. Former President Donald Trump previously mentioned that many ballot trafficking mules have been discovered on government surveillance video.
“With the recent release of the documentary ‘2000 Mules,’ there is additional evidence of individuals (referred to as mules), who would repeatedly visit ballot drop boxes and deposit multiple ballots, allegedly for payment, in states with controversial elections in 2020, such as Georgia and Pennsylvania,” added the letter penned by Rep. Steve Carra.
Michigan is at the center of ballot trafficking, dubious election anomalies
Michigan was at the center of ballot trafficking and dubious election anomalies based on the information given in “2000 Mules.”
“As the top legal officer in the State of Michigan, you are tasked with the enforcement of our state’s laws. You have a statutory obligation to investigate reported violations of the law and we urge you to look into the new evidence brought forth in ‘2000 Mules’ and to review the security of our elections,” Carra further stated in the letter to Nessel.
Meanwhile, the Republican Party in Spokane County, Washington has called for an investigation of the 2020 election even as a case in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, has been given to a judge, according to a Just the News report.
An Arizona election worker earlier said the sheriff’s office in Yuma County is leading an investigation into the 2020 election that targets non-profit associations that are involved in ballot-trafficking operations.
Earlier, a former mayor in Yuma County was indicted in an alleged ballot-trafficking scheme that was discovered in the True the Vote probe.
In northeast Washington state, Spokane County GOP State Committeeman Matt Hawkins has requested county commissioners for a “comprehensive election system audit” to “restore confidence in our elections.”
Hawkins demands the complete inspection to involve the software and hardware of tabulation machines and procedures for ballot distribution and collection.
In Delaware County, Pennsylvania, former Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar and 2020 election voting machine warehouse supervisor James Savage have been charged with election fraud and destruction of evidence in the 2020 election.
“Defendants intentionally and fraudulently conspired to and did destroy, delete, secrete and hide November 3, 2020, election data, materials and equipment to prevent discovery of election fraud and election law violations in Delaware County, which the defendants also conspired to commit and did commit while carrying out the November 3, 2020 election,” the case stated.
Watch the video below to know how “2000 Mules” provides indisputable truth that the 2020 election was stolen.
by: Kevin Hughes
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