Wednesday, July 24, 2024

WATCH: Does Video from Detroit’s TCF Center Show ‘Smoking Gun’ Ballot Drop?

'We have evidence of illicit and likely criminal activity and we have it on video...'

A conservative media outlet known for its investigative scoops said newly obtained surveillance footage from Detroit’s TCF Center offered “smoking gun” proof of organized vote fraud being coordinated in the wee hours of Nov. 3, 2020.

The Gateway Pundit said it was the first to fully review the footage, which it had requested in December but only recently obtained.

The website was compelled to request only two hours of video after the TCF Center quoted a cost of $22,000 for a full day’s worth.

However, the narrow window was more than enough to furnish evidence of the long suspected fraud, corroborated by ample witness testimony and affidavits.

“[A]fter our initial review of the TCF security video, we can assure you—We have evidence of illicit and likely criminal activity and we have it on video,” the Gateway Pundit said in a preview of the report on Thursday.

The outlet said Friday’s video—which it expected to be the first of many—confirmed eyewitness accounts of at least two known individuals.

It showed massive 3:23 a.m. ballot drop, delivered (well past the 8 p.m. deadline) by a van that appeared to be from the city clerk’s office, accompanied by a black sports car.

“There were thousands of ballots in each box,” said Shane Trejo, one of the eyewitnesses who spoke with the Gateway Pundit.

After unloading about 50 boxes in the hallway of the TCF Center (raising questions over chain of custody) the van returned roughly an hour later with more ballots.

“[T]here was no indication that there was a Republican and a Democrat during transfer,” said former Michigan state Sen. Pat Colbeck,” who also witnessed the drop.

“We don’t know if they stopped by a sidestreet in Coney Island and picked up a few more ballots during transfer,” Colbeck added. “We have no way of verifying any of that information.”

Those votes, which were not processed until after a new shift had arrived, gave Biden the edge, despite a commanding lead by Trump earlier in the night.

Michigan was one of six counties where President Donald Trump’s legal team focused their efforts to expose the widespread fraud. The others included Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Georgia—all of which, except for Nevada, Trump had won in 2016.

A similar video from Atlanta, Georgia, appeared to show Democrat workers pulling out suitcases of ballots after hours at the State Farm Arena, where election officials had claimed they were shutting down early due to a broken water line.

“Once everyone is gone, coast is clear, they are going to pull ballots out from underneath a table—watch this table,” said lawyer Jacki Pick, who presented the video footage during a Dec. 3 hearing with Georgia state legislators. “I saw four suitcases come out from underneath the table.”

Those two states would have brought Trump within six electors of securing victory, meaning that flipping any one of the other contested states would have changed the outcome.

The biggest prize would have been Pennsylvania, with 20 electoral votes, where a truck driver reported having dropped off a mysterious cargo-load of ballots from New York, only to see the shipment vanish afterward.

Trump’s team also explored ample other avenues for overturning Pennsylvania’s outcome, including legal challenges to the unconstitutional decision by Democrat executives to change voting rules at the last minute, in defiance of the state legislature.

However, the US Supreme Court and others dismissed the lawsuits on procedural grounds including lack of standing and laches (meaning they waited too long to file the complaint).

Of the 21 cases related to the 2020 election that, thus far, have been decided on their merit, Trump won 14 of them, the Gateway Pundit reported.

Another 34 have been dismissed for procedural reasons, and a stunning 25 cases related to the election challenges have yet to be decided.

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