This afternoon, 13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin J. Elsenheimer heard arguments from Erik Grill, Assistant Attorney General for the radical Attorney General Dana Nessel, representing MI Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and Antrim County Attorney and Chair of the Grand Traverse Republican Party, Haider Kazim, to dismiss the election fraud lawsuit. Constitutional Attorney Matt Deperno of DePerno Law, who is representing the plaintiff, William Bailey, has been fighting to expand the case.
According to the Record Eagle – Assistant Attorney General Grill filed a motion to quash the subpoenas, as did Peter Wendling, a Bellaire attorney representing several of the townships, and the issue is on hiatus, pending the judge’s ruling.
“We will do anything that is appropriate if we’re asked to do so by the court,” said Stanley Garnett, an attorney for Dominion based in Denver who coordinates the company’s state-to-state legal representation.
Peter Wendling, an attorney representing township supervisors in Antrim County argued that the court should not allow further discovery on the Dominion voting machines because it could be too costly to replace the equipment should it be damaged or rendered unusable. Wendling called an investigation into the machines, “overly burdensome and unnecessary.” Incredibly, Mr. Wendling requested that if experts look at the equipment, Dominion should have a say in who inspects their machines—the machines DePerno is claiming intentionally changed the results of the 2020 election.
Antrim County attorney Chris Bzdoz agreed that an investigation into the Dominion machines should not be allowed.
Attorney Matthew DePerno responded to the allegation that an audit of the vote in Antrim County has already been granted, “In no event has the plaintiff been granted an audit,” but instead included a hand recount ordered by the Secretary of State. DePerno stated that there has been no reveiw of any of the down ballot races.” DePerno told the judge, “We haven’t inspected the absentee ballots, how they were folded or what kind of paper they were printed on.”
DePerno explained that the Halderman report suggests that there was no problem with this election, and since we’ve received the Halderman Report, “we’ve received mutliple problems that include problems at the tabulotr, wehre we show people that the election can be flipped at the tabulator. We can flip votes up and donw the ballot as we choose based only on the informatona and the programming that’s availabe to us on the Dominion voting system.” Certainly the video we released last week, The video we put out today shows the actual subversion fo the votes.
“We’ve been requsting discovery from the defendent since February 2021. We still have not received answers. We’ve done all this work, even without the help of the discovery responses from the Secretary of State or Antrim County. So, the question is really not why this has taken so long, but the real question is, why are we rushing this?” DePerno told the judge.
DePerno added new findings that he released last week, “We also discovered that in these individual townships, in the age group of 65-80, almost 100% of this age group voted,” adding that this is an unheard of statistic.
“We also showed that over 20% of the absentee ballots were mailed out to PO Boxes which is illegal,” DePerno exclaimed.
DePerno also told the court that they have also identified 1061 “phantom votes” in Antrim County— votes cannot be tied to a registered voter.
After Kazim argued that the case needs to be shut down, DePerno responded by accusing MI Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and the Antrim County Clerk of fraud, telling the judge,”We are dealing with a voting system, where we have submitted substantial proof to the court, that these voting systems are able to switch votes—to manipulate votes and it’s so easy to do.” DePerno told the judge that this case all hinges on his client being granted an audit. He explained that the most recent so-called audit was only a hand-recount and and did nothing to prove that his client, Mr. Bailey’s ballot was not counted.
DePerno told the judge, “We now know how the votes were flipped in Antrim County,” he said, adding that his client didn’t even vote in the last election because he no longer trusts the election process in his county.
After hearing this case, why would any judge not rule in favor of looking into the voting machines in Antrim County and other counties in Michigan?
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