New video footage shows election fraud in Detroit

by Timothy Frudd

Photo: Alamy

Newly released video footage shows a woman in Detroit attempting to drop off a stack of unsigned mail-in ballots in a drop box during the 2020 presidential election.

Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington shared the video footage on Twitter, saying, “Here’s a woman dropping off stacks of mail-in ballots in a drop box in Detroit before she realizes they aren’t signed.”

The video footage shows a woman dropping off stacks of mail-in ballots at a drop box before she it appears that she realized the ballots were not signed.

The video claims, “This woman is delivering a stack of ballots. And the person behind her rolls down the window and hands her a ballot to put in the ballot box with her stack.”

Then, the video continued, “She goes back to her car with the stack of ballots again, and I think at that point she realized that the ballots were not signed… You’re gonna watch her sign each ballot in the vehicle.”

In the footage, the woman appears to sign each ballot and place each one on the dashboard. “When it’s slowed down, you can see the pen in her hand when she reaches up and puts the ballot on the dashboard each time,” the video claims.

After Trump shocked the nation by winning the state of Michigan in 2016, many expected the same to happen in 2020. However, Michigan was awarded to Biden after he narrowly came out over Trump. Since the election, Michigan has been one of several states where widespread voter fraud evidence has emerged.

Calls for decertification of the 2020 election have grown in recent months as evidence of widespread voter fraud continues to mount. Countless examples of voter fraud have been discovered in Wisconsin, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Michigan.

Despite video footage like this appearing to prove Trump’s claims of election fraud, the Fake News media remains committed to their narrative that the 2020 presidential election was the most secure election in the history of the United States.

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