Zuckerberg Funded Entity Bought Machines for Michigan County
William Bailey, a realtor in Central Lake, Michigan knew there was something suspiciously wrong when his vote was not counted in Antrim County on Election Day 2020.
Bailey, also a member of the Antrim County Planning Commission, was not intimidated when County Clerk Sheryl Guy refused to allow access to the county’s voting machines to determine exactly why his vote did not count.
Bailey and other citizens became even more concerned when independent news reports indicated there was massive evidence coming out of battleground states showing the algorithms in the Dominion systems were programmed to steal a certain percentage of votes from President Donald Trump and give them to Joe Biden.
Residents realized when they continuously read and heard the buzz phrase “without evidence” and the term “glitch” repeatedly being broadcasted and posted by liberal mainstream media, their suspicions of election fraud were more clear.
The county soon became the symbolic epicenter of ‘glitch’ when it was proven, with evidence, that 6,000 votes for Trump were illegally switched to Biden. The votes were later ordered reversed back to President Trump.
The pivotal point was reached when they heard media immediately calling former vice president Biden the “president-elect,” and outrage among the county’s citizens grew considerably.
When Guy cited election security protocols as the reason she would not allow Bailey understanding of why his vote was not counted, he contacted attorney Matthew S. DePerno, of Portage, and a lawsuit was filed on Nov. 23, 2020.
DePerno argued there was election fraud in Antrim County, along with a clear violation of the “purity of election clause.” He requested access to the county’s 22 precinct tabulators, thumb drives, software and the clerk’s “master tabulator.”
Thirteenth Circuit Court Chief Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer heard oral arguments on the complaint Dec. 3 and issued the order at 5:51 p.m. that Friday, according to Antrim County deputy administrator Jeremy Scott.
Judge Elsenheimer granted the access to Antrim County’s election equipment allowing a forensic examination.
“The Court believes that confirming the accuracy, integrity and security of the electoral process is a greater public interest at this juncture than the potential future misuse of reverse engineered data. Therefore, the public interest weighs in favor of granting the Plaintiff’s preliminary injunction.”
Patriotic citizens, not trusting Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and the corrupt Democratic machine, devised a plan to keep the heat on local officials and prevent outside interference with the forensic audit.
“We felt our country and freedoms depended on us,” said one longtime resident who would only give his first name–Bob. “We can’t trust the news and sure as hell don’t believe anything the Democrats in this state tell us.”
“There was no way anyone was going to get to those (Dominion Voting) machines if we had anything to do with it,” Bob said. “They were going to get the Hillary Clinton treatment of being wiped of evidence here. Those machines were going to stay here until they were properly examined.”
Patriots began circling the courthouse building on East Cayuga Street on Sunday morning.
Allied Security Operations Group flew into Michigan on Saturday and began their “white-hat and coat” cyber team forensic audit Sunday morning.
They determined that the system was “intentionally and designed” to “create systematic fraud and influence election results.”
“The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors…This leads to voter or election fraud.”
One area newspaper said the forensic team arrived at the local airport Saturday evening via a “private jet and is said to be reporting to General Michael Flynn and General Jack Bergman.”
“Mr. Bailey is working with Rudy Giuliani’s team and is going to take pictures, is my understanding,” Ed Boettcher, chair of Antrim County Commissioners, attempted to protect Guy, based on what he knew at the time. “The unofficial results were skewed because of some errors on the clerk’s part, and that got everyone’s attention. I think this court case is because of that.”
“Boettcher said he had full faith in Antrim County Clerk Sheryl Guy, that she had made mistakes but owned up to them and the county’s vote was secure and accurate,” local news reported.
“I have not seen any of the forensic qualifications that Mr. Bailey is telling us that he is going to bring,” Guy said. “I’ve been transparent, I am transparent, it was human error and the idea that anyone could think a county clerk would tamper with an election is heartbreaking for me.”
“Guy said details of the forensic examination were worked out in a conference call late Friday night between her, Bailey, U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman and others.”
Michigan counties were forced to purchase and use these machines for about $7,500 each. According to the terms of the backdoor deal, counties also were required to sign grant agreements restricting county election officials from examining the equipment.
A Zuckerberg-funded entity provided the equipment for free once local officials agreed to not ask any questions.
Among the findings of the audit:
“The Antrim County Clerk and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson have stated that the election night error was the result of human error caused by the failure to update the Mancelona Township tabulator prior to election night for a down ballot race. We disagree and conclude that the vote flip occurred because of machine error built into voting software designed to create error.”
“Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s statement on November 6, 2020…was false.”
“The allowable error rate established by the Federal Election Guidelines is 1 of 250,000 ballots (.0008%). We observed an error rate of 68.05%. This demonstrated a significant and fatal error in security and election integrity.”