Friday, May 22, 2020

Detroit, Michigan has at least 30,000 more registered voters on their voter rolls than citizens even eligible to vote

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🟥🟥REVEALED🟥🟥 Government Accountability Institute @drilldowntv Research Director Eric Eggers, author of Fraud: How the Left Plans to Steal the Next Election, says the city of Detroit, Michigan has at least 30,000 more registered voters on their voter rolls than citizens even eligible to vote. This week, Michigan’s Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson, announced that the state would send absentee ballot applications — not actual absentee ballots — to 7.7 million voters. In response, President Trump threatened to withhold funding from the state. In an exclusive interview with SiriusXM @siriusxm Patriot’s Breitbart News Tonight, Eggers said ineligible voters could end up receiving mail-in ballots because Detroit’s voter rolls have at least 30,000 more registered voters on them than citizens who are eligible to vote. “I do think it’s fair to kind of raise eyebrows and some alarms at what’s happening in a state like Michigan … of course, we want people to be able to vote without imperiling their own health,” Eggers said. “But it’s the problems with the voter rolls. The fact remains that many of the voter rolls in this country, 1-in-8 according to the Supreme Court, 24 million voter registrations are wrong or partially inaccurate.” “In the city of Detroit … according to a lawsuit filed just last year, the city of Detroit itself has over 30,000 more registered voters than citizens of legal voting age,” Eggers continued. “30,000 people in Detroit at least will receive … an absentee ballot request form,” Eggers said. “Well Donald Trump only won Michigan by less than 11,000 votes in 2016. So this is a state that if it flips … the margins are very small here.” Eggers said Michigan officials should look to recent mail-in voting problems in Wisconsin’s April 7 primary elections where at least 30,000 mail-in votes were counted after Election Day. “It led to all kinds of problems in terms of employees weren’t ready for it, the system became overloaded, you had people working over 100 hours a week, you had ballots being misplaced and then not actually being counted and cast,” Eggers said. “It wasn’t exactly perfectly executed.”

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