Michigan Judge and Donor Whitmer Rule That Citizens Not Allowed to Check Voting Machine Tabulators Without Proper Court Orders – Opens Door to Lawsuits Against Pro-Trump Researchers | Gateway Experts | by Jim Hopt

Leftist Michigan judge Phyllis McMillen ruled that Michigan law prohibits a person from possessing a voting tabulator without a court order or authorization from the office of the Secretary of State.

Judge McMillen is Gretchen Whitmer’s donor.

Whitmer contributed judge rule against the brave souls who proved the election was stolen!
No surprise here in the most corrupt state in the United States! (https://t.co/ylXkG5zgfs)@pjcolbeck @100PercFEDUP @christina_bobb @PeterBernegger @PhillDKline pic.twitter.com/RPS1uQTgm0

— @BobCushman (@BobCushman1776) July 13, 2023

Judge McMillen opened the door for a county reporter to sue Trump supporters for checking the tabulator after a stolen election.

Voting machines are now so sacred and ethereal that no normal human being without years of work experience is allowed to touch them.

But don’t worry – you can trust their results.

Lou Dobbs reported:

That decision lays the groundwork for local prosecutors to potentially bring criminal charges against supporters of former President Donald Trump.

Oakland County Circuit Judge Phyllis McMillen ruled Wednesday that “undue possession” of a tabulator is always a crime in Michigan, not just during an ongoing election or the time period before results are counted, The Detroit News reported.

Muskegon County Attorney DJ Hilson has sought the ruling as he considers whether to criminally charge a group of Trump supporters who allegedly acquired a voting machine after the 2020 election.

The possible indictment of Hilson comes after Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said in August that nine people allegedly conspired to gain improper access to the election machine. The group convinced officials in three counties to provide them with five tabulators, which they then took to a hotel or rental property in Oakland County, Nessel’s office said.

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