Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

In the midst of a controversial voter fraud debate surrounding the 2020 election, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, often seen as a far-left figure, has claimed that there was no significant voter fraud during the election. However, The Gateway Pundit (TGP) has been uncovering evidence to the contrary. The news outlet reported instances of substantial voter registration fraud in Michigan, notably in Muskegon, where both the City and the Michigan State Police investigated thousands of suspicious registrations. Nessel acknowledged the accuracy of these reports but framed the situation as evidence that the system was functional, as the fraudulent registrations were allegedly caught before entering the voter file.

What makes this situation more intriguing is that the voter registration scandal isn’t limited to Muskegon. TGP has revealed new evidence that the controversial GBI Strategies, implicated in voter registration irregularities in Muskegon, sent similar suspicious packages to clerks across the entire state of Michigan. Online conversations among the clerks substantiate these claims, as several clerks confessed to receiving packages with incomplete or missing information, such as names, Social Security numbers, and driver’s license numbers. The most striking revelation is that the signatures on these packages were often inconsistent, implying that the same entity was responsible for sending these packages to multiple locations.

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This widespread distribution of dubious packages indicates that the issue was not confined to a single incident in Muskegon. Instead, it appears to have been a state-wide phenomenon during the 2020 election. Adding to the intrigue, some of these packages contained personal protective equipment (PPE) like face masks. The Gateway Pundit promises further revelations as they continue their investigation into GBI Strategies and its potential impact on the 2020 presidential election.

Acknowledging the collaborative efforts of individuals such as Patty McMurray, Ben Wetmore, Phil O’Halloran, and Braden Giacobazzi, TGP’s investigation serves as a reminder that claims of election integrity and voter fraud are complex matters that continue to be examined closely.