by Patty McMurray at The Gateway Pundit
On the evening of the 2020 election, a full 3 hours and 15 minutes after the polls closed in Michigan, a white male dressed in a white shirt and black pants can be seen on drop box surveillance footage at the Heilmann Satellite Voting Center in Detroit working with a black male dressed all in black to load what appears to be thousands of absentee ballots into a minivan with Indiana license plates.
The two men are seen rolling a flatbed filled with 13 postal trays used to transfer ballots in Detroit, 3 large (heavy) storage containers, and a large filled blue bag with red straps (we believe this bag was used to transfer ballots from satellite voting centers, potentially to the Detroit City Clerk’s office), and two open boxes filled with absentee ballots into the back of a black minivan that is backed up next to the drop box. It should be mentioned that, according to a thorough examination of the surveillance tapes by MC4EI, a scant total of 95 ballots were deposited throughout the day on Election Day, and only ONE ballot was dropped off after 6 pm on Election Day—so, where is this massive haul of ballots coming from?
When they are finished loading the contents of the flatbed, which includes several large black containers that are so heavy it requires two people to load them into the back of the minivan, they close the doors, and ONE person drives away, ALONE—with a van filled with thousands of ballots almost 3.5 hours after the polls have closed.
The number of ballots estimated to be inside the postal trays (if they are filled) is about 4,550. This number does not include the ballots shown inside the open boxes (1 USPS box and one cardboard box) where ballots are openly displayed inside, the blue bag with red straps, or the 3 very heavy black storage bins that are loaded into the van…Continue Reading