Voter Fraud Investigation Opened in October 2020 by MI State Police: Report

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A recently obtained Michigan State Police report reveals that an investigation into voter fraud was opened in October of 2020 following reports of voter registration application irregularities by Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch.  Meisch suspected fraud based on the fact that numerous forms appeared to have been completed with the same handwriting, contained invalid or non-existent addresses, erroneous phone numbers, and signatures that did not appear to match those on file.  The black female suspect who delivered 8,000-10,000 voter registration application forms to the Muskegon city clerk’s office told Michigan State Police that she was being paid $1150/week “to find un-registered voters and provide them with a form so they can get registered to vote or obtain their absentee ballot.”  An expert analyst confirmed “a quantity of the forms are clearly fraudulent.”  After the Michigan police documented the crimes after weeks of investigating, they turned the case over to the FBI, who has failed to follow-up on the alleged crimes.