Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer of Michigan’s 13th District made a significant decision today on whether the 2020 election voter fraud lawsuit will proceed in the courts.
According to 100 Percent Fed Up, Matt DePerno, the counsel for William Bailey, the plaintiff in the Antrim County election fraud case, received a major setback today when Judge Elsenheimer dismissed the case. DePerno has put in a lot of time and effort to collect evidence of voter fraud. DePerno has discovered several ways in which the November 2020 election results may have been tampered with or compromised.
Judge Elsenheimer ruled that Michigan Secretary of State Joselyn Benson can conduct any form of audit she likes, and that her limited audit after the 2020 election meets the requirement that any Michigan citizen can demand an election audit. The issue is that Attorney DePerno has discovered several anomalies that would necessitate a more thorough investigation, and Michigan’s partisan Democrat Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has falsely claimed that she has already conducted an audit on the Antrim County election.
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Former Michigan Senator Patrick Colbeck blasted the judge’s ruling, reminding everyone that a “side recount” isn’t the same as a forensic vote audit:
BREAKING NEWS: Judge Kevin Elsenheimer dismisses Antrim County election fraud lawsuit filed by Attorney @mdeperno on behalf of Plaintiff Bill Bailey. Basis? An “audit” was already performed. Not true. “Recounts” were conducted NOT “audits”. @LizHarrisMBA @MrJustinBarclay
— Patrick Colbeck✝️ (@pjcolbeck) May 18, 2021
OUR REPORT ON YESTERDAY’S NEW EVIDENCE AND PRESS CONFERENCE:
Bill Bailey, the plaintiff in the Antrim County, Michigan voter fraud lawsuit, is represented by Matthew DePerno, a courageous lawyer.
Since filing a lawsuit on behalf of his client, Mr. Bailey, following the stunning vote flip of over 5,000 votes from President Trump to Democrat Joe Biden in the November election, he has been dismissed and shunned by the Republican-led state legislature.
DePerno’s law office was broken into shortly after he revealed that he had new information that he hoped to reveal soon. Mr. DePerno told us that he had called the cops, who have begun an investigation into the break-in.
Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer of Michigan’s 13th District will determine whether to allow Bill Bailey’s case to proceed or dismiss it. He is the only judge in America who has permitted the voting machine fraud-proof to be shared in court.
Matt DePerno gave a press conference at the American Legion Hall in Traverse City, Michigan, yesterday. Only two reporters turned up to cover his new results in the Antrim County voter fraud lawsuit, including 100 Percent Fed Up. At the press conference, DePerno revealed a major revelation: he and his investigators have reportedly found out how “anyone with access to the election tabulators” would “reopen the election, run more ballots through the tabulator, print off a new tabulator tape, with the new ballots, and backdate the tape to November 3rd.” DePerno clarified that county canvassers in Michigan would certify an election if the number of voters on the tabulator tape matches the number of voters in the poll books. According to DePerno, these computers have a “huge potential for fraud.”
DePerno also said that they were able to show that “the same ballots can be run into the device more than once” using the forensic images they collected from their analysis of the Dominion Voting machines.
When DePerno told the residents and a few journalists, “My team should not be the ones doing this!” he was greeted with thunderous applause. We completed the work of the FBI and the Department of Justice in just six months!”
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DePerno urged Michigan legislators to have the courage to speak up and demand a full forensic audit of the state’s ballots. “We’ve seen it in other states,” DePerno told the crowd, adding that they need to “give up the fever dream that this was the safest election in history!”
DePerno’s legal defense fund can be donated to at Depernolaw.com.