Wayne County, Michigan, WON’T Certify Election Results, Republican Legislature May Choose Electors

(TheFreedomFlag.com)- Owing to widespread concerns about voter fraud and irregularities in the vote in Michigan, officials in Wayne County, Michigan, have refused to certify their election results. The county, which contains the city of Detroit, will not certify the results after the local Board of Canvassers voted 2-2 on the issue.

The Board of Canvassers for Wayne County is made up of two Republicans and two Democrats, as are other boards across the state.

Should the State Board of Canvassers follow suit, which is entirely possible given the widespread issues in counting ballots across the state, then it would mean that the Republican state legislature would pick electors. It is a massive win for President Donald Trump’s campaign and his legal efforts to avoid potentially fraudulent election results being certified.

Data scientist Sarah Eaglesfield refuted claims that there is no evidence of vote irregularities in Michigan (and the rest of the United States), publishing a long thread on Twitter with data that showed otherwise.

In the thread, she showed how in Wayne County alone, there were instances of a single ballot being counted two, three, and four times.

Eaglesfield described how the errors occurred on Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5A – a ballot-counting computer system that is at the center of the 2020 voter fraud scandal.

Republican chairwoman of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers, Monica Palmer, described why she voted against certifying the results.

“Based on what I saw and went through in poll books in this canvass, I believe that we do not have complete and accurate information in these poll books,” she explained.

Democrat members of the board were naturally angry, with Jonathan Kinlock claiming it was “reckless and irresponsible.”

With evidence of voter fraud, is it not irresponsible to certify the results?

Should this trend of discovering irregularities in Michigan continue, President Donald Trump could be set for a victory in the state when the state legislature chooses electors more likely to vote for the president.