Michigan State Analysis Finds 10,000 Dead People Voted In 2020 Election

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A few days after major news outlet “declared” Democratic candidate Joe Biden as the 2020 presidential election winner on Saturday, President Donald Trump’s campaign has been working double to find more proof for voter fraud “allegations” to progress.

Recently, Michigan State Analysis found out that 10,000 dead people have voted in the November 3 election, as reported by The Epoch Times.

According to the news outlet:

More than 10,000 people confirmed or suspected dead have returned their mail-in ballots to vote in Michigan, according to an analysis of the state’s election data.

About 9,500 voters confirmed dead through the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) are marked in the state’s mail voting database as having returned ballots. Another nearly 2,000 are 100 years old or more and aren’t listed as known living centenarians.

The analysis was provided by Richard Baris, director of Big Data Poll.

The data indicates that somebody else was trying to vote on behalf of these people.

“It’s also entirely possible that some of them aren’t even real people,” Baris told The Epoch Times via email. “If someone is 110 or some ridiculous age, we should have their death record but do not.”

Americans older than 110 are exceedingly rare; only a handful of such seniors are known to live in Michigan.

According to the 2010 Census, there were 1,729 centenarians in Michigan.

Even if somebody tried to vote on behalf of a deceased person, the vote would be rejected, according to Tracy Wimmer, spokeswoman for the Michigan secretary of state.

“Ballots of voters who have died are rejected in Michigan, even if the voter cast an absentee ballot and then died before Election Day,” Wimmer told The Epoch Times earlier.

But Baris doubts that.

“While I’m open to the idea some of these have been rejected, I’m not open to any outright dismissal they all were rejected,” reads his tweet on November 8.

A few lawsuits have already filed by the GOP against some states, including a lawsuit that was brought on November 9, wherein a Detroit poll watcher said he witnessed thousands of votes were added to vote counts for individuals who were not properly registered to vote.

In a sworn affidavit, he said that polling workers were adding names with their addresses to a polling book with fake birth dates like 1/1/1900.

Baris explained that he wasn’t able to see if there were irregularities, which happened on the election day and the days after because the mail voting data he examined was not probably up to date.

“If they did that on Election Day in Michigan, then we likely wouldn’t know until December,” he noted. “If it is true, then they’d, unfortunately, get away with it in the short-term.”