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REPORT: Dems Pad Biden’s Projected Michigan Win w/ Nearly 10K Votes from Dead People

'It’s also entirely possible that some of them aren’t even real people...'

As President Donald Trump’s campaign fights to expose the vote fraud that padded Democrat challenger Joe Biden‘s projected wins in key battleground states, gathering demonstrable evidence of the fraud has been key.

One of the most shockingly widespread examples—and one often easy to prove—is  occurrences of dead people voting. Already, the Trump campaign has pointed to cases of this in states like Nevada and Pennsylvania.

Several recent findings in Michigan prompted Trump’s legal team on Wednesday to file an emergency injunction requesting a recount after he saw an impressive early-voting lead on election night reversed in the wee hours of the morning by alleged absentee ballots from Detroit.

Among the red flags, the Epoch Times reported that there were about 10,000 Michigan ballots cast under the name of people who are either suspected or confirmed to be deceased.

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Richard Baris, director of Big Data Poll, compared Michigan’s election data against the Social Security Death Index.

He confirmed that there are about 9,500 ballots that were returned in the name of people who are listed as dead in the SSDI.

Almost 2,000 more ballots were cast in the name of people who would be at least 100 years old. These centenarians are not listed in the database.

Census data showed that there were 1,729 centenarians living in Michigan in 2010.

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Someone may have applied for these absentee ballots and cast them on behalf of the deceased.

“It’s also entirely possible that some of them aren’t even real people,” Baris said. “If someone is 110 or some ridiculous age, we should have their death record but do not.”

Tracy Wimmer, spokeswoman for Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, claimed Michigan does not accept votes from deceased citizens.

“Ballots of voters who have died are rejected in Michigan, even if the voter cast an absentee ballot and then died before Election Day,” she said.

Baris, however, said he does not believe that the state rejected all ballots from deceased voters.

“While I’m open to the idea some of these have been rejected, I’m not open to any outright dismissal they all were rejected,” he tweeted on Nov. 8.


Wimmer said Michigan has not released the total number of rejected ballots.

She said that “a ballot received for a living voter may be recorded in a way that makes it appear as if the voter is dead.”

“This can be because of voters with similar names, where the ballot is accidentally recorded as voted by John Smith Sr., when it was actually voted by John Smith Jr., or because of inaccurately recorded birth dates in the qualified voter file,” Wimmer said.

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