Whistleblower Discovers Private Facebook Group Engaging in Discussion about Evidence of 2020 Election Fraud

A whistleblower has come forward to expose a private Facebook group where clerks from Michigan have been discussing compelling evidence of organized fraud in the 2020 election.

The whistleblower in question is the Michigan GOP Director of Election Integrity, Phil O’Halloran. He shared a startling Michigan State Police report with Patty McMurray and Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit.

The report, which was obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by a Muskegon resident who questioned the results of his 2020 race, initiated an investigation on October 8, 2020. The FBI took over the investigation in 2022.

According to the report, there was a massive cover-up by Michigan’s Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel and Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson regarding an explosive statewide investigation by the Michigan State Police and Muskegon Police Department.

The anonymous whistleblower confirmed the accuracy of the police report and expressed fear of retribution by elected officials in Michigan, which is why they wished to remain anonymous. They revealed that the issue extended beyond one city clerk receiving suspicious voter registrations.

In reality, clerks across Michigan received boxes and priority mail envelopes filled with registrations, many of which had identical signatures, the same last four digits of social security numbers, and fake names and addresses.

Despite these alarming findings, Michigan residents were repeatedly assured by AG Nessel and SOS Benson that the 2020 election was the most secure in history. However, the evidence suggests otherwise.

The Gateway Pundit released new evidence obtained from their 2020 election fraud investigation, revealing that many Michigan clerks privately expressed concerns about potential fraud months before the November election.

One example is Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch, who notified the police after receiving over 10,000 suspicious and fraudulent voter registrations from GBI Strategies.

Other clerks also reported receiving similar “care packages” from GBI Strategies, a left-wing campaign and organizing group known as Empower Michigan.

Despite these revelations, many clerks publicly denied any voter fraud in the 2020 election, aligning with the narrative of the left-wing power establishment.

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Written by Western Reader

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