Poll Worker Goes Public about Ballot Irregularities in Detroit, Affidavit

She appeared on “Lou Dobbs Tonight.”

Poll worker Mellissa Carone is going public after signing an affidavit that detailed extensive abnormalities happening at the absentee ballot counting board in the TCF Center in Detroit on election night.

Carone wrote in her affidavit about how ballots were scanned and counted multiple times at the facility. She has also attested that Republicans were deliberately disenfranchised throughout the process and robbed of their rights so they could not snuff out any potential fraud.

“I witnessed countless workers rescanning the batches without discarding them first which resulted in ballots being counted 4-5 times,” Carone wrote in her affidavit.

She appeared on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on Wednesday. Dobbs described an IT specialist who was “contracted by Dominion voting services to offer technical support while votes were being counted in Detroit.” Her attorney, David Kallman also appeared on the broadcast alongside her. She explained how mysterious food vans showed up bringing up cargo that did not appear to be food.

“I worked a 24 hour shift… I was there during their day shift and their night shift. The city provides the workers with food for their shift. Well, they only had enough food for one-third of their workers. So, that is the reason why they were claiming that these vans were brought in, but these vans did not have food in them,” Carone said.

“I was not allowed over in that area at all, but the van was definitely not big enough to be carrying food for two-thirds of those workers,” she added.

Kallman explained how he is proceeding with lawsuits to create an audit for the elections to ensure full transparency.

“Michigan now has a new constitutional provision that allows voters to request a results-oriented audit to ensure the accuracy and integrity of elections, so we are asking the court, and we did it today…The judge is going to rule at noon on Friday as to whether or not an injunction will issue to stop the certification of the vote and whether or not there or not will be an audit order as well as a protective order to protect evidence so it is not destroyed,” Kallman said.

It Has Been reported thousands of ballots showed up in Detroit in the dead of night with no chain of custody over seven hours after they had to be turned in to be lawful:

One day after the election, the results are still pending and will likely depend on the rust belt. President Donald Trump holds a strong lead in the state of Michigan, but the city of Detroit and their mail-in and absentee ballots have yet to be officially tallied.

In news that will likely cast further doubt on the election results, tens of thousands of absentee ballots arrived in large U.S. Postal Service boxes at the TCF Center in Detroit, Mich. on Wednesday morning at 3:30 am. The TCF Center, formerly Cobo Hall, is where the absentee ballots are counted for Wayne County, which is the home of Detroit.

Former Michigan state senator Patrick Colbeck wrote that the total number of ballots dumped on the counting board totaled 38,000…

Before the ballots showed up mysteriously at 3:30 am, no ballots had arrived at the TCF Center for over six hours, and many poll workers in the facility sat around with no work to do while getting paid hundreds of dollars by the state of Michigan.

According to Michigan election law, all of these mail-in and absentee ballots had to be submitted before 8pm on Tuesday night in order to be lawfully accepted and counted for the election. This means the city of Detroit potentially sat on these ballots for hours. The white van that arrived had the name of Detroit city clerk Janice Winfrey emblazoned upon it as well as a logo and a phone number. Last month, Winfrey set the stage to drag out the process in an interview with ABC 7 News.

“We’re back in control, and we know that we will have nearly 10,000 poll workers that will be working with us to process ballots on election day, or election week is what we’re calling it now, because we know we’re going to be slow,” she said, adding that she was not going to let “outside influencers” get in the way of her election day schemes…

The ballots were kept away when they could have otherwise been taken to the TCF Center in smaller, more manageable batches. Countless taxpayer dollars were wasted and many poll challengers were disenfranchised because delivery took so long. The ballots being in limbo for such a lengthy period of time also increases the potentiality for fraud as well.

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