Trump victory margin in Michigan: 13,107
Michigan Crosscheck purge list: 449,922
Electionomist Greg Palast explains that Michigan officials declared in late November that Trump won the state's count by 10,704 votes. Yet a record 75,355 ballots were not counted. The uncounted ballots came mostly from Detroit and Flint, majority-Black cities that vote Democratic.
The votes went uncounted because Blacks in Detroit and Flint voted on old, broken down voting machines. An astonishing 87 machines broke down in Detroit, responsible for counting tens of thousands of ballots. Many more were simply faulty and uncalibrated. [MORE] and [MORE]
From [HERE] More than half of the states in the U.S. are reportedly refusing to provide some or all of the voter information requested by a commission established by President Trump to examine whether any fraud occurred in the 2016 elections.
But election officials in Michigan say they will have little problem giving the commission information about voters in the Wolverine state. That’s because they say most of that data is already available to the public.
The panel is requesting the personal information of voters in all 50 states.
President Trump says the Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is investigating his controversial claim that millions of people voted illegally in the most recent U.S. elections. The President questioned if states who refuse to offer details on voters and voting behavior are trying to “hide” something. [MORE]
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