Analysis of the election data from Michigan shows thousands of people who are provably deceased voted in the November 3, 2020 General Election. This analysis proves that President Trump was spot on where the use of mail-in ballots in elections was concerned.
The analysis, provided by Richard Baris, the director of the Big Data Poll company, reveals that more than 10,000 people both confirmed or suspected dead returned mail-in ballots to vote in Michigan this past election.
The data gleaned from the analysis indicates voter fraud; that somebody other than the person named on the ballot tried casting the vote on behalf of these people.
“It’s also entirely possible that some of them aren’t even real people,” Baris told reporters. “If someone is 110 or some ridiculous age, we should have their death record but do not.”
Just under 10k confirmed dead returned absentee ballots in Michigan. We're done, for now.
While I'm open to the idea some of these have been rejected, I'm not open to any outright dismissal they all were rejected.
This was a small, tested listed that suggests irregs are plenty.
— Rich "The People's Pundit" Baris (@Peoples_Pundit) November 8, 2020
About 9,500 voters who were confirmed dead through the Social Security Death Index are marked in Michigan’s database as having returned mail-in ballots. Another roughly 2,000 are registered as being 100 years old or more.
Tracy Wimmer, spokeswoman for the Michigan Secretary of State, said even if somebody did try to vote on behalf of someone who was deceased the ballot would be detected, and the vote would be rejected.
Baris was less than confident in Wimmer’s statement.
“While I’m open to the idea some of these have been rejected, I’m not open to any outright dismissal they all were rejected,” he tweeted.
Wimmer said that information on how many ballots were rejected during ballot processing and vote tabulations isn’t available yet, adding, “[A] ballot received for a living voter may be recorded in a way that makes it appear as if the voter is dead.”
The Trump campaign has litigation outstanding against the State of Michigan alleging election malfeasance.