The Michigan election is back in doubt.
On today’s Jay Sekulow Live, we discussed the irregularities with the Michigan vote. Two election officials have pulled back their certification of the vote.
In Wayne County, which is Detroit, the largest county in the state of Michigan, you have the election commission. There were four members of the commission: two were Democrats and two Republicans. The two Republicans were initially not willing to sign off on the election, and then suddenly reversed course and did signed off. The election officials had agreed that in exchange for their signing off, a full audit of the vote would be conducted.
The issues here are that in Wayne County, in 71% of the precincts, the number of people who signed in to vote was lower than the amount of votes that were cast.
The two Republicans have now said that they were pressured, threatened, and lied to. The audit they were told would be conducted still hasn’t happened, and so they have pulled back their certification of the vote. In fact they say they never went through the full certification process. This would put the certification of the entire state’s election into question.
This cuts to the bigger issue of whether or not these states meet their deadlines where they have to certify these votes, and subsequently certify the electors.
My dad, Jay Sekulow, taked about the failure of these election processes:
This is called failed elections. These are elections that are not working. This is a process that does not work. We’ve seen it in Georgia, which is a total mess. They’re supposedly certifying that tonight, which I can’t even imagine. Now, you’ve got Wayne County, which is Detroit, Michigan and you’ve got two of the electors saying, you know what, we don’t think we can certify this because there were these 71% irregularities. What is going on in Detroit?
ACLJ Director of Policy Harry Hutchison, who is from Detroit, made the following point about the vote in Wayne County:
What is going on in Detroit is what has gone on in the past. The city of Detroit has been a voting mess for decades. In this particular case, if you go back to the August primary in 2020, the city of Detroit had the same voting problems that they experienced in November 2020. So one of the key points to be made here is that the city of Detroit did nothing to clean up its act over the last four or five months. Essentially, we have unbalanced voting rolls, suggesting one of two things. Either that more people voted than actually registered or there’s a huge problem with respect to the voting rolls. In either case, the vote should not be certified in Wayne County.
This election has been a mess, full of irregularities, and it is not over yet. We’ll continue to bring you the latest updates as the legal process unfolds.
The full broadcast is complete with much more analysis and discussion by our team of the election irregularities that are being discovered all over the country and in this particular case, Michigan.
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