On November 17, it was initially reported that Michigan’s largest county was unable to certify its election results, noting that in 71 precincts the vote totals exceeded the number of registered voters. Immediately, Democrats began accusing the two Republicans who refused to certify the results of racism, with Democrat Abraham Aiyash suggesting that GOP Election Official Monica Palmer‘s children will suffer the consequences for her actions.
“What that tells us, is you Ms. Monica Palmer from Gross Point Woods, which has a history of racism, are deciding to enable and continue to perpetuate the racist history of this country,” said Aiyash to Palmer, who was at the time refusing to certify Wayne County’s election results. “I want you to think about what that means for your kids, who probably go to Gross Point North, and when they see all their black classmates.”
Another one of your heroes @jaketapper. You are complicit.
Democrat Abraham Aiyash threatens Wayne County, MI GOP Election Official Monica Palmer's children on zoom.
— TexasNeanderthal.357 (@ASimplePatriot) November 18, 2020
Michigan has been a hotbed of voter fraud and irregularities, as National File has extensively reported.
Last week, National File reported that votes were cast using the names of at least 10,000 dead people using mail-in ballots, with around 2000 of these fraudulent votes cast by individuals who, if alive, would have been over 100 years old. One vote was cast by a man born in 1902, who would have been 118 years old on November 3, had he not been long deceased.
Biden also suspiciously received an unimaginable 100% share of the votes when counting resumed during the early morning hours following the November 3 election.
Michigan was also the first point of discovery for the now infamous Dominion voting software that some say has systematically defrauded President Donald Trump out of votes across the country. In Michigan, it was discovered that in one small county, it adjusted approximately 33% of the vote total, or 6,000 votes, to Joe Biden. In short, it switched these 6,000 votes, originally cast for President Trump, to the man now declaring himself President-elect.