Democratic Michigan Secretary of State: Can't Steal Election on Election Night: Will Take a Week

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said Sunday that it would probably be too hard to manufacture enough votes to win on election day and might take up to a week to cheat enough to win for Biden and Peters. Manufacturing votes is sometimes a lengthy procedure. Just look at 2018 for an example.

On election night Jon Tester, a Democrat in a deeply red state was losing by quite a bit but by a week later he won by 5 points. Taliban-supporting Marxist Kyrsten Sinema  was losing but was declared the winner a week later. In Florida, they found 83,000 votes for Bill Nelson but they must have used common core math because he still lost by 12,000 votes.

In California in the red area of the state, the Republican won the vote for governor but somehow Democrats won all six house seats, many of them a week later. Imagine what they can pull off this year.

The Daily Caller reported on Michigan’s efforts already to tamper with the 2020 Presidential election vote:

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said Sunday that it could take up to a week to count all of Michigan’s absentee ballots for November’s election.

“We should be prepared for this to be closer to an election week, as opposed to an Election Day,” she said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “The bottom line is we are not going to have the full results and a counting of all of our ballots on election night.”

Benson said that Michigan’s election officials were “laser-focused” on ensuring that all ballots are counted accurately, and referenced how her office had purchased more voting tabulators in order to ensure that the influx of absentee ballots could be counted as efficiently as possible.

“If it takes a few extra days to ensure we have a full and accurate counting of the results of every race, that’s what it’s going to take. And we’re going to be transparent throughout that whole process to make sure every citizen knows exactly where we are in the counting process and how many more ballots we have to get through,” Benson said.

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