BREAKING: Election Memo Explodes… 100 Poll Books Go Missing in Michigan


While many Democrats try to debunk voter fraud theories, an announcement from Michigan’s Bureau of Elections points to mistakes in the state’s voting process.

According to The The Detroit News, 95 poll books mysteriously went missing after the Nov. 8 presidential election, and five of those books remain missing today.

Poll books allow election officials access to voter registration information during an election and are crucial to the election process.

But missing poll books were coupled with another problem: Breitbart reported that machine errors registered too many votes in 37 percent of polling districts. However, no one knew exactly where the miscues were coming from.

Krista Hartounian, chairwoman of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers, said something was “off” about the 2016 election in Detroit.

“I’m not happy with how Detroit handled this election at all,” she noted.

Among other discrepancies, The Detroit News reported that over 100 city precincts’ results were not delivered in sealed envelopes, although officials never disclosed exactly what they were delivered in, or even if they had been delivered at all.

Moreover, books in 17 other precincts magically went missing — a violation of state law.

State election officials blamed the “mistakes” on old polling machines, lack of time or being short of staff. It should also be noted that while President-elect Donald Trump won the state of Michigan in the 2016 election, the race was a tight one, and every vote mattered in that state. Election officials knew that.

Fox News stated that because of the problems and instances of fraud in the city’s voting system, the recount demanded by Green Party nominee Jill Stein could not be performed in multiple districts.

“There’s always going to be small problems to some degree, but we didn’t expect the degree of problems we saw in Detroit,” Haroutunian said. “This isn’t normal.”

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