Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has confirmed the discovery of “8,000 to 10,000” potentially fraudulent voter registrations submitted to the Muskegon City Clerk before the 2020 election. The case has gained attention as Michigan officials have referred the investigation to the FBI due to its national implications. The individual responsible for submitting the registrations was linked to GBI Strategies, a Tennessee-based organization involved in voter registration campaigns.
The Muskegon city clerk detected and reported the suspected fraud, leading to a comprehensive investigation involving various state agencies. Michigan officials emphasized that the attempted fraud was identified and prevented before Election Day, underscoring the effectiveness of the state’s election procedures. Although the ongoing investigation has sparked interest from right-leaning sources, Michigan officials maintain that the incident showcases the vigilance of election administrators in safeguarding the election process.
The FBI’s involvement is due to the case’s potential national impact. In October 2020, the Michigan State Police began investigating irregularities in voter registration forms in Muskegon. This led to the execution of a search warrant at GBI Strategies’ Southfield location, during which operational devices and voter registration forms were discovered, along with firearms.
Critics, including lawyer and political commentator Rogan O’Handley, have questioned the legitimacy of the registrations and speculated about potential widespread fraud. O’Handley suggested the case might unveil a foundational organization for systematic election fraud.
As the investigation continues, the controversy surrounding the case has drawn attention to broader discussions about election integrity, with some critics asserting that instances of irregularities and potential fraud warrant closer examination. Meanwhile, others argue that the case demonstrates the effectiveness of election safeguards in Michigan. With the 2020 election remaining a subject of debate, legal and political discourse continues to unfold regarding the validity of claims and the extent of fraudulent activities.