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Mich. Lawyer Who Led Vote-Fraud Suit to Challenge Soros-Tied Attorney General in 2022

'DePerno will engage in impartial criminal investigations and will follow and enforce the law...'

The Michigan constitutional attorney who represented the plaintiff in the Antrim County election fraud case announced on Wednesday that he will challenge George Soros-backed Attorney General Dana Nessel for her post in 2022.

Matthew DePerno said in a press release that he has practiced law in Michigan for 26 years and “will work to serve the people of Michigan by providing transparency of government functions.” He will run as a Republican.

“DePerno will engage in impartial criminal investigations and will follow and enforce the law,” according ot the announcement. “He is committed to being a servant of the people in the role of Michigan State Attorney General.”

He came into the public spotlight representing election-integrity advocate Bill Bailey in Bailey v. Antrim County and Secretary of State Benson, a case that challenged the county’s results after votes flipped from President Donald Trump to then-candidate Joe Biden.

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The case actually challenged a local marijuana ballot proposal’s results, not the presidential election results, but the audit that DePerno sought would have uncovered information about every county race, 9&10 News reported.

Judge Kevin Elsenheimer, of the 13th Circuit Court, prevented DePerno from issuing “critical” subpoenas to “look at the township records, look at the machines, look at their ballots.”

DePerno alleged that election fraudsters had activated weighted voting totals within Dominion Voting Systems, causing Biden to capture a huge victory in a solidly Republican area. The county later admitted a mistake and reversed the results.

Elsenheimer falsely claimed that the county had already conducted a forensic audit, so he dismissed the lawsuit.

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“In no event has plaintiff been granted the relief of an audit,” DePerno said. “All we’ve seen so far is a hand recount conducted by [Soros-backed Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson] on December 17.”

After conducting its own probe and concluding there was nothing to see, Michigan’s Republican-controlled legislature colluded with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Nessel to threaten anyone who challenged the election’s results.

Sen. Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan, authored a report that dismissed fraud allegations in the 2020 election and called for Nessel to prosecute “those who have been utilizing misleading and false information about Antrim County to raise money or publicity for their own ends.”

Now DePerno’s fighting to prevent Michigan from wiping its election servers.

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