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Michigan Recount REVEALS: 95 Detroit Poll Books Went Missing for SEVERAL DAYS!


Hmmm, I smell a rat. Jill Stein opened up a huge can of worms in Michigan with her recount scam, I’m assuming she was hoping to find more votes for Hillary. Sadly for her, she did the complete opposite…all she managed to do was uncover MASSIVE Democrat voter fraud instead.

Stein unintentionally uncovered voter fraud in the stronghold of Detroit, where Hillary won big.

Election officials in Michigan discovered that 37% of Detroit precincts counted more democratic ballots than actual Democratic voters.

Hillary Clinton got 67% of Detroit’s Wayne County votes compared to Donalds’s 30%. However, things got even worse than we first suspected.

They found this…

Evidence surfaced that 95 Detroit “poll books” actually went missing for DAYS!200-5

Reports revealed:

Detroit elections officials waited several days to deliver nearly 100 poll books to Wayne County officials charged with certifying the presidential election, newly released documents show.

County clerk officials on Thursday released a memo to State Elections Director Chris Thomas that said 95 poll books from the 662 precincts weren’t available at the start of the canvass, which began the day after the Nov. 8 election. Five of those poll books, which contain the names of voters and ensure the integrity of elections, were never delivered to county canvassers and presumably remain missing.

This revelation is merely an addition to the multiple other irregularities that prompted a state audit. Among other issues, last week the news reported that voting machines registered more votes than they should have in one-third of ALL city precincts. Poor another tall one Hillary, you’re gonna need it.200-2-copy

Not only did you lose pitifully the first go round, evidence has surfaced that you sucked even worse than you originally thought!


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