BREAKING: Former Michigan Senator publishes Election Fraud Evidence
Justin Haggerty | The Daily Knight
Former Michigan State Senator, Patrick Colbeck, who represented the northwestern portion of Wayne County from 2011 to 2019, has published a "complete list of the affidavits and other items of evidence" that he was privy of.
In this age of communistic cancel culture, "these affidavits and items of evidence have been redacted to protect affiants from assault, doxing, lawsuits, threats of lawsuits and other forms of intimidation which have been directed at many of those who assert that there was election fraud in this election."
Colbeck confirms that "many of the affidavits presented have already been entered as exhibits into state and federal lawsuits."
To address the mainstream charge that there was no election fraud in the 2020 General Election, Colbeck asserts that "across the nation, thousands of signed affidavits and other items of evidence attesting to election fraud have been generated...clearly, assertions that there is no election fraud conflicts with this fact."
While evidence is surmountable and widespread, state and federal courts have continued to refuse to hear the arguments and view exhibits. Ironically, this is done while the left glotes about stealing the election in the Times Magazine article by Molly Ball entitled “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign that Saved the 2020 Election."
"There has been a concerted effort by Big Tech, Media, and Deep State operatives to suppress this information," said Colbeck.
"See for yourself the statements made by actual witnesses, including my own, under penalty of perjury if false," stated Colbeck. "I have chosen to organize these affidavits into the following primary categories in alignment with the structured followed in my Case for the Decertification of Michigan Election Results:"
Chain of Custody Breaches
Voting Systems Vulnerabilities
Use of COVID to Subvert Election Integrity
EVIDENCE ORGANIZED BY FRAUD CATEGORY
1 Chain of Custody Breaches
1.2 Poll Books
1.4 Vote Tallies
2 Statutory Violations
2.1 State Statutes
2.1.1 MCL 168.509o Qualified Voter File
2.1.1 MCL 168.735 Poll Books
2.1.1 MCL 168.734 Poll Challenger Interference
2.1.1 MCL 168.727 Poll Challenges Documentation
2.1.1 MCL 168 .765 Bi-Partisan Poll Inspectors
2.1.1 MCL 168.765a Absentee Ballots
2.1.1 MCL 168.798 Public Notifications
2.1.1 MCL 168.931 Election Official Bias
2.2 Federal Statutes
2.2.1 Title 52 Section 20701
2.2.2 Title 52 Section 20702
3 Constitutional Violations
3.1 Michigan Constitution
3.1.1 Article 1 Section 2
3.1.2 Article 1 Section 3
3.1.3 Article 1 Section 5