Michigan Lawsuit Seeks To Toss Out 1.2 Million Votes

A group of Michigan voters just filed a lawsuit that could change the outcome of the national election.

The plaintiff filed the case to overturn ballots in Washtenaw, Ingham, and Wayne counties.

According to the Washington Examiner, the suit argues “sufficient evidence exists to place in doubt presidential-election results” in the counties listed, specifically “issues with transparency, fraudulent changing of dates, a software glitch, clerical errors, illegal votes, and many other issues and irregularities.”

Although the chance for victory in the case is small, the outcome would be consequential.

The suit asks the court to invalidate the votes in question and to “declare that the inclusion of illegal votes in identified counties violates Voters’ right to vote under the First and Fourteenth Amendment by vote-dilution disenfranchisement.”

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