- Two weeks ago we told you the story about how a month before the 2020 election was to take place, an alert clerk in Muskegon, MI called the police when a woman mysteriously tried to turn in 10,000 fraudulent mail-in ballot applications. Muskegon only has a population of 38,000, so 10,000 new first-time voter registrations turning up out of the blue was a bit weird, to put it mildly.
A multi-agency law enforcement investigation took place, even though the Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel hid it from the public. New evidence from the case has now been leaked to the Gateway Pundit, including photos of the stacks of fake ballot applications.
The local Muskegon police department did a thorough investigation of the case, to their great credit. When AG Nessel found out about the probe, she sent the state police in to help as well.
It’s clear from the photos that the Gateway Pundit exclusively published that these 10,000 fake mail-in ballot applications were all written by one person in the same handwriting. All the signatures are in printed handwriting (not authentic cursive signatures).
All the ballot applications listed an address at a Staybridge hotel in Muskegon, which was GBI Strategies’ home base in Muskegon County as it was doing 2020 “voter outreach” on behalf of Joe Biden.
AG Dana Nessel lied to the people of Michigan when she said that there was no voter fraud in her state. Like every other elected Democrat in America, she claimed that it was the “safest and most secure election ever.” Nessel never mentioned the investigation into GBI Strategies, the 10,000 false ballot applications in the small town of Muskegon, or the evidence of further conspiracy to commit fraud (tons of ballot applications, sacks of pre-paid cash cards, burner phones, and firearms with attached silencers).
GBI Strategies was paid more than $11 million by a dark money PAC in 2020, to carry out “voter registration drives” like the one in Muskegon in 20 additional states. The CEO of the company has nuked his online presence and appears to have gone into hiding since this scandal was uncovered.
AG Nessel finally admitted that the Muskegon investigation was real earlier this month, when the thorough police report was uncovered by investigative journalists.
Amazingly, Nessel is spinning the exposure of this fraud ring as a victory for herself. She’s claiming that the system works, and that there was no voter fraud in Michigan in 2020 because this one individual was caught.
She has even gone so far as to claim that the woman caught turning in 10,000 fake mail-in ballot applications was a single rogue employee at GBI Strategies.
None of that passes the smell test. GBI Strategies was operating in cities and towns all across Michigan, and 19 other states. How could Nessel possibly know if there were other instances of GBI Strategies employees turning in stacks of fake applications like this? Where’s the proof that GBI Strategies ever turned in any real ballot applications in any community?
Nessel says that none of the 10,000 fake applications ended up in the voter rolls. But then she won’t let anyone check. This would be easy to verify. Pick a few random names from the fake applications and compare those to the voter rolls. Nessel has refused to allow anyone to do that, however. It’s always the same with these cheating Democrats: Just take their word for it, even though they’ve been caught lying over and over again.
As for the “rogue employee” theory, come on. The minor employee filling out thousands of fake ballot applications in a hotel room was not there by herself, considering all the other evidence that was recovered. The semiautomatic rifles with attached silencers were not hers, which suggests there was at least one other person there, who was probably acting in a supervisory position. Which elevates the whole thing to the level of conspiracy charges.
Under a normal law enforcement process, every office of GBI Strategies in every municipality should have been investigated. The Michigan State Police could have done that if AG Nessel had asked them to. The FBI could have investigated it as well, but after three years, the bureau has not found any reason to look into what appears to be what Joe Biden called “the largest voter fraud organization in American history.”