The best way to expose voter fraud due to mail-in ballots—follow the dead.
On the positive side for President Trump—those who are behind the voter fraud in Michigan have included the dead in their criminal actions.
The 10,000 dead Michiganders are a clear example of how the perpetrators of voter fraud went about their crime. (Read: What Do 10,000 Dead Michigander Voters Tell Us (Parts I, II)
Voter registries were culled to generate viable voter names who had not voted in recent elections, hence the dead.
The dilemma for President Trump’s legal team—it would be next to impossible to track voters who are living but may no longer reside in a particular county where they remain on the voter rolls.
Unfortunately, in a mobile society without a national registry—voters are routinely left on registries where they no longer reside.
In the new world order of mail-in ballots it makes the current system ripe for abuse.
On the upside for President Trump and his post-election legal team—the conspirators of voter fraud aren’t that cleaver.
The dead Michigan voter example is a case in point.
This is low hanging fruit.
The President’s post-election legal team merely has to follow the ballot requests for the dead.
These requests likely will result in a limited number of addresses generated.
It then becomes an issue of tracking any other requests generated for other mail-in ballots to be sent to the same address. (Read: 10,000 Dead Michiganders Key to Exposing Voter Fraud)
Any additional mail-in ballots sent to the same address, as the dead, should immediately be purged from the vote totals.
The President and his legal team can also look for high volume addresses—those addresses where an unexpectedly high number of mail-in ballots have been sent. (Read: Successful Ballot Harvesting Requires Economies of Scale)
It is worth pointing out: Those individuals who remain on voter registries but no longer reside in the county—no longer reside in the county.
Therefore, these non-residents no longer live at the address on record at the county clerk’s office.
To fraudulently receive a mail-in ballot for these non-resident voters, the conspirators would have to submit a new address.
Again, all mail-in ballots sent to this address would be called into question.
(Note: These high-volume addresses, clearing houses, should have sent up a red flag to county clerks. Given the new paradigm of mail-in ballots, county clerks should have taken precautions to limit the number of mail-in ballots delivered to a particular address. (Read: Mail-in Ballots Represent New Paradigm))
To expose the voter fraud associated with mail-in ballots, all President Trump’s post-election legal team needs to do is follow the dead.