Questions are being raised about what exactly is going on at a Detroit absentee ballot counting facility after video surfaces showing people bringing in coolers, Radio-Flyer wagons, suitcases, and other containers after the polling location was closed.
First reported on the program Louder With Crowder, video captured by a Texas-based poll watcher and lawyer who was watching a ballot counting facility in Detroit early Wednesday morning when she witnessed someone unloading what appeared to be a box into a small wagon and wheeling it into the facility. According to the witness, the facility was closed.
Shortly after host Steven Crowder aired the live interview, workers are seen at the very same Detroit location, blocking the facility’s windows. According to Fox News reporter Matt Finn, an attorney for the city Detroit told him he ordered the windows covered because some of the workers were concerned people outside the windows were filming them or the ballots.
It is worth mentioning that when Michigan reportedly stopped counting ballots early Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump was leading the election in that state. Just a few hours after the announcement of the stoppage, Biden took the lead…..before the counting officially resumed.
Late in the day, several news stations called Biden as the winner of Michigan.