‘Corrupted or corruptible’: Judge dismisses election lawsuit, but prepares for appeal


from WND:

‘The court is not saying that there were no problems’

A Michigan judge, admitting that the 2020 presidential election results in Antrim County may have been “corrupted or corruptible,” still has dismissed a lawsuit over a new audit.

The judge’s ruling also prepared immediately for an appeal.

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The case was brought by lawyer Matthew DePerno on behalf of Antrim resident William Bailey.

The county was where suspicions of vote interference were raised immediately because the GOP-leaning district was declared to have voted for Joe Biden last November. Officials later said there was human error and President Trump actually won.

But it became representative of shady actions or results across the country.

Further, Michigan was one of six battleground states that drew charges of election fraud. Several states suspended counting on Election Night with Trump leading. Hours later, after massive ballot dumps that were nearly 100% for Biden, the Democrat took the lead when counting resumed.

The Washington Examiner reported 13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin Elsenheimer issued his ruling during a Zoom call.

“By deciding this motion, the court is not saying that there were no problems in the way that Antrim County conducting its November 2020 elections,” he said. “The clerk has admitted that there were challenges and problems in the elections, although the hand count ultimately of the presidential election showed the results were largely consistent with the canvas totals that were entered by the state and reported by the county. Nor am I saying that the processing of election data here wasn’t corrupted or corruptible. I don’t have the facts to make that determination.”

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