Swing states should preserve their election evidence—that’s what a non-partisan legal group known as the Amistad Project is demanding after the forensic audit of Dominion Systems in five key swing states. And in one county, Michigan found a 68 percent error rate and indications of potential fraud.
On Dec. 1, Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson issued a memo instructing election clerks that electronic poll book files must be deleted from all laptops and flash drives.
Director of the Amistad Project, Phil Kline, said, “This joins with the Michigan Attorney General threatening legislators with a criminal investigation and possible prosecution if they disagree with her, and the Michigan Governor and other officials shutting down the peoples’ house and preventing them from gathering today to perform their constitutional duty.”
The Amistad Project is now demanding that evidence is protected from being destroyed or spoiled by executive officials. They’re asking judges in all swing states to issue emergency orders preventing state and local officials from destroying such evidence.
From NTD News