DOCUMENT: Sworn Affidavit Eyewitness Of White Tape Used To Count Rejected Ballots And 10+ Other Irregularities
- November 15, 2020
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Social Media
The media who lied to the American people for four years would like them all to believe we can trust them this time. Well, we can’t. That ship has long sailed. The Trump administration filed suit against Michigan on November 11th, 2020. Included in that suit were copies of sworn affidavits MADE PUBLIC from American citizens who swore to witnessing a wide variety of election frauds under perjury or penalty of the law.
My goal is to transcribe and publish these affidavits to the best of my ability. I apologize in advance for any spelling or grammatical errors. I am also including a cover photo, page number, and direct link to the PDF file disclosed by the Trump administration. This will allow you to read the affidavit directly.
C******a B******l, being sworn, declares under penalty of perjury:
1. I am personally familiar with the facts stated in this Affidavit and, if sworn as a witness, am competent to testify to them as well.
2. I am a registered voter in the State of Michigan.
3. I was a Republican Party poll challenger for the November 3rd presidential election.
4. Prior to election day, I volunteered and participated in on-line training through the Republican Party.
5. On election day, I was assigned as a Republican poll challenger to a late-night shift (9pm to 5am) at the TCF Center in Detroit.
6. I arrived at the TCF Center a few minutes before 9 pm on Tuesday November 3, 2020 with my husband, D******d B******l, an attorney volunteer for the Republican Party
7. I was assigned to table 21.
8. Table 21 consisted of a circle of separate work tables, staffed by five (5) individuals who performed designated functions for the opening and reviewing of absentee ballots.
9. There was also supervisor who oversaw the ballot review for Table 21 and a number of other tables.
10. When I arrived, I was directly by the election official supervisor to sit in the center of the aisle way, 6 to 8 feet from the circle of tables where the absentee ballots were being reviewed.
11. The election workers sitting at the circle of tables for Table21, refused to speak to me, only occasionally stating that I should move away, that I was too close or that they weren’t allowed to talk to me.
12. No one would tell me their names. One of them invited me to sit near him at his work station but the other workers quickly admonished him – leaving me sitting in the aisleway.
13. Election worker in position #1, slit open the envelope. Position #2 verified the ballot umber against the voter registration data base using a laptop computer. Position #3 would pull out the inner envelope containing the ballot and re-verify the name and ballot number. Position #4 opened the ballot, removed the perforated top of the ballot and reviewed the ballot. Position #5 flattened the reviewed ballots and assembled them into bundles of 50 for actual processing.
14. Over the course of time, I was trying to keep track of ballot issues that were identified, but I couldn’t see what was going on so I eventually left my aisle seat and started walking around the election workers performing their jobs in the circle of tables.
15. The ballot issues that were identified by the election workers, included ballot numbers not matching, lack of signatures, unregistered voters and ballots which indicated straight ticket selection for both political parties.
16. When I heard of an irregularity, I would write down the issue in order to keep track. As the night wore on, I started writing down names and ballot numbers.
17. Some of the irregularities that I reordered were as follows:
a. Voter D******e B******s didn’t sign the envelope or ballot. Her ballot was processed through the electronic ballot counter.
b. Voter D******a W******n didn’t sign the envelope or ballot. Her ballot was processed through the electronic ballot counter.
c. Voter K******n D******s M******r Ballot numbers didn’t match. His ballot was processed through the electronic ballot counter.
d. Voter M******s W******d numbers on envelope and ballot did not match. White tape was placed on his ballot. HIs ballot was processed through the electronic ballot counter.
e. Voter S******y D******e P******t didn’t sign envelope or ballot. Her ballot was processed through the electronic ballot counter.
f. Voter S******n A******e O******y S******t born in 1929 was not a registered voter. His ballot was processed through the electronic ballot counter.
18. I was never afforded an opportunity to look at any of the ballots at any point in the process, in order to ascertain for myself, if there were irregularities. I was forced to keep a distance. When the electronic workers identified a problem with a ballot, I would try to observe it, but was constantly told to keep a distance and if I asked to see something, they told me they were not permitted to talk to me.
19. On eleven (11) occasions, irregularities were identified. Those ballots were not segregated. On a number of occasions, the supervisor directed that some of the flagged ballots be returned to the election worker in position #3 who was instructed to place white tape over some portion of the flagged ballot. I could not identify what specific information was covered by the tape. I assumed that the white tape indicated that the ballot was flagged and would not be processed. The ballots with white tape were not separated or segregated but were bundled with the other ballots for processing and counting.
20. There was a box for rejected ballots on one of the tables, but no ballots were ever placed into the box. The supervisor instructed the worker at position #3 not to use the rejection box because the process for dealing with flagged or irregular ballots had changed.
21. Twice during my shift, the supervisor removed a stack of ballots from Table 21 after they were opened at position #1 but before they were verified at position #2. I don’t know what he did with those ballots but I know they were not verified or reviewed by Table 21.
22. To my surprise, all of the 268 ballots reviewed by workers at Table 21 were electronically processed and only 4 were rejected. Based on the irregularities that were identified by the election workers, I had expected that at least eleven ballots would have been rejected.SIGNED: C******a B******l
Trump Campaign Michigan Lawsuit – Sworn Affidavit Exhibit 1, Pages 35-38
This is just one of the many affidavits provided to the public and the media from the Trump Campaign. They are disclosed for PUBLIC RECORD. One should ask themselves why the mainstream media is not disclosing, following up, or investigating these claims.