What Do 10,000 Dead Michigander Voters Tell Us (Part II)

In part one of “What do 10,000 Dead Michigander Voters Tell Us”, the focus was the amateur nature of the voter fraud taking place in Michigan.

In this segment, we explore a different aspect of 10,000 dead Michigander voters.

Specifically, do we think the perpetrators included only the dead in their mail-in ballot scheme?

As discussed in part I, a competent criminal would never have included the dead in their crime, the dead simply would be too easy to detect if anyone were to challenge the election results. (See: 10,000 Dead Michiganders Key to Exposing Voter Fraud)

The most likely explanation, the perpetrators weren’t even aware they had included the dead in their crime.

The mail-in ballot scheme was straight forward:  

Cull county voter registries for potential candidates for inclusion in a mail-in ballot scheme.

The criteria for potential candidates:

Those still on a county’s voter registry who had not voted in recent elections.

The dead satisfied these requirements—but so did 1000’s of other voters. (See: Voter Fraud Not Limited to Blue Counties or States)

In fact, counties that do not routinely purge their voter registries of dead voters can be assumed not to purge their registries of voters no longer living within those counties.

These non-residents would also satisfy the criteria of viable voters who have not participated in recent elections.

Worse, this number could easily dwarf the number of dead. (See: Voter Fraud Not Limited to Blue Counties or States)

Counties that do not routinely purge their voter rolls were ripe, in the new world order of mail-in ballots, for the type of voter fraud committed in 2020. (See: Follow the Dead)

Sadly, the 1,000s of dead who voted in the Michigan election through mail-in ballots are likely just the tip of the iceberg.

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