According to the news outlet, activists Phil O’Halloran, Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party’s Election Integrity Committee, and Lori Skibo, director of the Michigan GOP’s Poll Challenger Program, obtained a copy of the state police report and began investigating the story in June of this year.
It all began when Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch noticed a black female (whose name was redacted initially from the police report), dropping off between 8,000 to 10,000 completed voter registration applications at her office on October 8, 2020. During the deadline for in-person voter registration applications, the said woman delivered an additional 2500 registration forms. The city clerk then contacted the local police, an investigative task force was formed, and an investigation was initiated.
As per Meisch, numerous forms appeared to have been completed by the same writer, and upon initial examination, addresses on multiple forms were invalid or non-existent. They also found that phone numbers on multiple forms were erroneous and signatures on multiple forms didn’t appear to match signatures on file with the Department of Secretary of State. The state investigator spoke with the female suspect who explained that she was being paid by GBI Strategies $1150 per week to look for "unregistered voters and provide them with a form so they can get registered to vote or obtain their absentee ballot." But this statement did make sense as the handwriting on the registrations was the same and many of the addresses were fake.
State Senator Ruth Johnson even admitted to GP: "My estimate is over 800,000 ballot applications were sent to non-qualified voters in Michigan, including many individuals who moved or died, and even some individuals who were underage or non-citizens. Many were sent to people who had moved out of state."
When the police inspected the GBI's office near Muskegon they found semiautomatic guns, silencers/suppressors, burner phones, a bag of pre-paid cash cards, and incomplete registrations, in an office space that was styled as an eyeglasses store that had gone defunct. (Related: Guns, burner phones and fake registrations – the buried Michigan voter fraud scandal: GBI Strategies Director Gary Bell had 70 organizations operating in 20 states in 2020 – TIED TO JOE BIDEN CAMPAIGN.)
Michigan Attorney General (AG) Dana Nessel asked the MI State Police to join the Muskegon Police and AG’s investigation of the potentially massive, multi-city voter fraud operation. However, no one was ever arrested. Nassel also seemed to fail to mention the investigation to the public. She is still claiming that there was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in her state. “This is despite the fact that she knew her office and the office of Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson were both involved with the state police in a large-scale investigation," GP reported. The investigation was later turned over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and it just died, just like all of the other Democrat voter fraud investigations. Using the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as the pretext, the Left set the stage for scores of absentee ballots that would never receive scrutiny as to whether they were valid or not.
GBI Strategies is a left-wing campaign consulting company run by Gary Bell, who manages over 70 "organizing operations" in 20 states. He also is said to lend logistical and consulting support to another seven states.
The woman involved in the voter's registration fraud in Michigan was paid by GBI $1150 per week and given a rental car. She said she was also provided with a "reloadable pay card."
But who is funding GBI? The investigators found that the company was paid $1,571,386 by Doug Jones for a Senate campaign back in 2018. It was also paid $188,000 by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in 2018.
BREAKING? A recently released report from Michigan law enforcement unveils a concerning voter fraud incident involving a group funded by Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign.
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— KanekoaTheGreat (@KanekoaTheGreat) August 8, 2023
Moreover, according to an "X" account user called Kanekoa the Great, the Federal Election Commission filings showed that the far-left Black PAC organizations paid the company $11,254,919 in 2020 for the purpose of "canvassing." The organization's 2020 presidential candidate was Joe Biden.
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