Following the bombshell news earlier this week that a joint local and state law enforcement probe in Michigan uncovered a massive election fraud ring—and the FBI subsequently killing the probe—there have been new developments.
Gary Bell, the founder of GBI Strategies, has taken down his website and Facebook page. Meanwhile, a White House official has come forward with additional unconfirmed details about what was going on in Michigan (and other swing states), and how Bill Barr ultimately killed the investigation into the very real fraud that had been uncovered.
In early October of 2020, a city clerk in Muskegon, Michigan got suspicious when a woman dropped off a batch of 10,000 absentee voter registrations. She examined the applications and ended up calling the police when she found tons of “errors” such as fake addresses, fake social security numbers, and many of the registrations appeared to have the same handwriting. The law enforcement investigation led to GBI Strategies, run by a guy named Gary Bell.
As a reminder of how the US Postal Service participated in the theft of the 2020 election, fake ballot registrations are a key part of the process. The corrupt secretaries of state and election clerks then mailed ballots to all of the fake addresses, which often include places like vacant lots, DMV offices, high schools, and other places that are clearly not valid legal residences.
The postal worker then takes the unfilled ballot back to the post office where they work. All of the undeliverable ballots go into the same basket. At the end of the day, the ballot fairy arrives, and the ballots disappear, only to resurface after they’ve been filled out (allegedly) by a Democrat Party organizing operation or PAC and stuffed in a drop box anonymously.
The Gateway Pundit uncovered more about Gary Bell through his bio on the website of a business called CompMo Group. His bio states that he runs 70 organizing operations in 20 states and has consulting gigs in seven others.
On August 10th, which was the day after this story broke, CompMo Group’s website disappeared off the internet. The company’s Facebook/Meta page was also deleted.
Michigan state and local police, as well as the Michigan Attorney General’s office, investigated GBI Strategies and conducted a raid on their offices in Muskegon with a search warrant. They found bags of prepay cards used to pay their on-the-ground operatives, like the lady who dropped off 10,000 ballot applications. There were also burner phones and cases of weapons, including semiautomatic rifles with attached suppressors and tactical sights.
When it became clear to investigating officers that this was a multi-state operation, they decided it was a federal crime and handed the entire thing over to the FBI. And then… crickets for the next three-plus years. The FBI stuffed the investigation in a bag with Hunter Biden’s laptop and dropped it into a lake somewhere. We only found out about the case this week when the state police report was finally released publicly.
Andrew Kloster worked for the White House during the Trump administration. He was in the Office of Personnel Management as the main personnel attorney. He appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast with new details.
Kloster says that in early October of 2020, there was actually an arrest made in Muskegon that was not part of the state police report. A junior police officer encountered a woman loitering near a drop box all day long, and he took her into custody. Once she was arrested, the woman spilled the beans.
She said she was a Democrat Party operative and she had 7,000 filled-out ballots in her possession. At the end of the day, the cops turned her loose and she went back to Detroit. A senior officer found out about it the next day and tried to get an extradition order from Detroit, to bring the woman back into custody. Detroit refused.
Kloster says he tried to send the case up the chain to the Department of Justice, because this was a clear-cut case of election fraud taking place in Michigan. That woman with 7,000 ballots at a drop box obviously wasn’t working alone. She pretty much admitted that she wasn’t. Kloster says that then-Attorney General Bill Barr shut down the investigation.