With lawsuits pending charging multiple instances of voter fraud in the State of Michigan, now an eyewitness has come forward saying the vote tabulation machines in Detroit’s absentee-vote counting center were connected to the internet.
H/T: National File
Patrick Colbeck, a poll challenger and former Michigan state senator, has sworn out an affidavit stating that he witnessed the computers used to tabulate absentee ballot votes at the TCF Center in Detroit connected to the internet and transmitting and receiving data on Election Night.
“I was on the ground in Detroit at the AV Counting Board,” Colbeck said on Twitter. “I have evidence that suggests their computers were connected to the internet despite objections to that fact by top election officials.”
I was on the ground in Detroit at the AV Counting Board. I have evidence that suggests their computers were connected to the internet despite objections to that fact by top election officials. Why is this important?— Patrick Colbeck✝️ (@pjcolbeck) November 9, 2020
Find out in the following post. https://t.co/bAMuRvJv3m
eye witness account from Former Senator Patrick Colbeck- of ballots brought in at 4 am - he was there!! https://t.co/jXHLuDRuNJ— sherry danalis (@sherrydanalis) November 5, 2020
Media reports of Biden victory got you down? #FakeNews— Patrick Colbeck✝️ (@pjcolbeck) November 9, 2020
Every single battleground state is in play for @realDonaldTrump. How? Massive vote manipulation via voting systems likely to have swung hundreds of thousands of votes to Democrats...not just in the Presidential Race.
It's not just Colbeck saying this either. Watch Michigan voter fraud witness Barry Doherty describes seeing networked voting machines below.
“That connection had a connection to a transmitter closer to the ceiling, which had lights coming on and off, which from my experience working in technology for many years, that signaled to me that there was some sort kind of in and out data happening,” Doherty said.