Motion for reconsideration in Antrim County election case

Conservative TreehouseMichigan attorney Matthew DePerno, on behalf of plaintiff William Bailey, files a motion [pdf available here] with Judge Kevin Eslenheimer for reconsideration of prior rulings given the nature of new evidence discovered by the legal team in Antrim County.

The 42-page brief contains new findings within the data forensics of the county. Two larger items include the remote log-on of the system by someone anonymous who was not at the election office. The implication is that the system was connected to the internet; and the user did not have to enter identifying credentials for their entries.

The second larger item is the identification of modifications, specific irregularities, of the ballots outer markings that led to a rejection of the ballots and the need for adjudication.

Two elements here are important, and for the same reason. These are not theoretical anymore. Someone actually tampered with ballots in a way that would send those ballots to adjudication. It actually happened.

Similarly, the remote access logins. No longer is this a theoretical issue. Someone actually logged in, remotely and anonymously, obtained admin rights, and conducted some election related actions.

This entry was published Sat Jul 17 22:35:03 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-07-17 22:35:03.0. [Tweet]

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