Yesterday, we reported about the hearing in the Antrim County, MI, voter fraud case, where Judge Kevin J. Elsenheimer heard arguments from Erik Grill, Assistant Attorney General, to 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, who were both fighting to dismiss the election fraud lawsuit. Constitutional Attorney Matt Deperno of DePerno Law, who represents the plaintiff, William Bailey, has been fighting to expand the case.
In March, Attorney Matt DePerno subpoenaed 8 clerks in key counties in Michigan: Barry, Charlevoix, Grand Traverse, Kent, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne. In his subpoenas, DePerno asked to have access to their poll tapes, ballots, logs, tally servers, election management servers, election media, spreadsheets, and canvasser notes from the 2020 election. The judge denied their requests after all 8 counties filed motions to quash his request. In Grand Traverse County, Haider Kazim and Michigan’s dishonest Democrat Secretary of State filed a joint motion to quash DePerno’s request.
In our previous report, we asked why the Grand Traverse Republican Party chair would be fighting so hard in court to stop the investigation into voter fraud in Antrim County? We asked what could possibly be in it for Mr. Hazim to stop the voter fraud case from moving forward?
Less than 24 hours after we outed Mr. Kazim’s seemingly duplicitous role as the Chair of the Grand Traverse County Republican Party and the attorney fighting have the voter fraud case in Antrim County dismissed—Mr. Kazim withdrew from the case.
According to Attorney Matt DePerno, representing the plaintiff William Bailey in the Antrim County voter fraud case, Mr. Kazim has been “unbearable” to work with. DePerno told us Kazim has been so “belligerent, rude and angry” that he was forced to tell Kazim he was no longer willing to communicate with him on the phone and that all future communications would be through email.
Haidin Kazim is listed as an “equity partner” at the Cummings, McClorey, Davis and Acho law firm. According to Matt DePerno, Mr. Kazim has withdrawn from the Antrim County case, but his law firm will continue to represent Antrim County.
Why would a GOP Party Chair be so angry about an independent lawyer fighting for election integrity in his county where so many still believe election fraud cost Trump the election in November?
Today, we discovered another head-scratcher—an incredible resolution published by the Grand Traverse County Republican Party Executive Committee, with Mr. Hakim as the acting chair.
Here is the resolution as it appears on the Grand Traverse County Republican Party website (we have taken screenshots of the resolution as a way to preserve every word). Curiously, several of the key elements of the resolution (in bold) are the very points Mr. Kazim is fighting against in DePerno’s voter fraud lawsuit in neighboring Antrim County.
On December 10, 2020, the Voter Integrity Resolution was adopted by the Executive Committee of the Grand Traverse County Republican. We want to be very clear, the adoption of this resolution does not in any way, shape or form suggest any doubt from the Executive Committee regarding the accuracy and integrity of elections in Grand Traverse County. Instead, the resolution is an expression of solidarity with our brothers and sisters statewide who are demanding accountability and transparency in our elections and to send a unified message to the Michigan Legislature that these concerns must be addressed.
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE VOTER INTEGRITY RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the State of Michigan Legislature, pursuant to Article 2, Section 1, Clause 2 powers of the United States Constitution, is vested with the authority of administering, conducting, and certifying all elections and selections of Presidential Electors in the State of Michigan;
WHEREAS, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in McPherson v. Blacker (1892) that, “Whatever provisions may be made by statute, or by the state constitution, to choose electors by the people, there is no doubt of the right of the [state] legislature to resume the power at any time, for it can neither be taken away nor abdicated.” This plenary power was re-emphasized and specifically cited (as herein quoted from McPherson) in Bush v. Gore (2000);
WHEREAS, widespread loss of confidence in the integrity of the election process in the State of Michigan, and the U.S. at large, threatens the stability, and therefore ultimately, the peace of the State of Michigan and the U.S. Republic at large; and
WHEREAS, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee, pursuant to our bylaws are vested with the obligation of campaigning, organizing, and fighting for Republican candidates and causes up and down the ticket. Confidence in the integrity of those we have helped elect is being called into question as we observe blatant election fraud being tolerated by those who appear to lack courage and resolve in the face of corruption;
NOW THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature exercise its Article 2, Section 1, Clause 2 power to withhold the certifying of Michigan Electors to the Electoral College until such time as a full investigation into the widespread claims of election fraud have been completed and voter confidence in Michigan’s election integrity restored. Additionally, any claims to the contrary that the state legislature does not hold this power under current state law must be completely and utterly rejected out of hand according to the United States Supreme Court rulings in both McPherson v. Blacker (1892) and Bush v. Gore (2000);
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature immediately initiates, and conducts, a full third party independent forensic audit of all ballots with the purpose of ensuring the transparency and honesty of the 2020 election and that all illegal ballots are investigated and that perpetrators of election fraud be prosecuted to the full extent of the law;
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature make every effort to restore confidence of the citizenry in Michigan’s election integrity, by conducting a full investigation into alleged claims of election fraud;
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature bans the use of Dominion Voting System and Hardware because of various “glitches” and ranked choice voting glitches discovered in counties across the great State of Michigan and states across the Union. Furthermore, any and all Michigan voting hardware and software systems must be required by law to undergo independent annual, extensive, ethical hacking audits with the purpose of finding potential points of weaknesses and require those weaknesses to be resolved prior to the use of the equipment;
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature mandate a third party, independent audit of the Michigan qualified voter file to be conducted annually with the purpose of removing all deceased voters, or voters who have moved out-of-state, from the qualified voter file;
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature complete a random sampling audit of Republican-dominant and Democrat-dominant districts with the purpose of ensuring that chain of custody remains intact during election day operations;
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature pass legislation further regulating County Boards of Canvassers, by requiring all poll books to balance and for voter turnout to be less than or equal to 100% of registered voters in order to be certified;
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature pass legislation requiring precincts whose poll books and ballots do NOT balance without justification must automatically receive a third-party forensic audit conducted by a bi-partisan team funded at the expense of that precinct’s election workers who permitted the unjustified error to occur in the first place;
IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature pass legislation requiring absentee ballot applicants to appear in their local jurisdiction with their state issued identification to request a ballot;
AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, we the Grand Traverse County Republican Committee demand that the Michigan Legislature count every single legal vote (as ascertained only after a full investigation and third-party forensic audit of Michigan’s ballots) that was cast in the 2020 general election;
THE RESOLUTION WAS DECLARED ADOPTED.
Grand Traverse Republican Party passed a resolution to remove Dominion voting systems from their county?
Why would Kazim, as chairman of the Grand Traverse GOP Party, file a motion to quash the subpoena if he also voted in favor of getting rid of the machines in his county?
The resolution by the Grand Traverse Co. Republican Party Committee is incredible because it’s everything DePerno has been asking for in court that Hazim has been opposing in court.
ARTICLE SOURCE : 100PERCENTFEEDUP.COM