Michigan Constitutional Attorney Matthew Deperno’s election fraud case has been dismissed in Antrim County. Deperno gained access to 22 election machines after the Nov 3rd election and imaged the servers. His follow-on reports have been shocking and showed massive election fraud in the 2020 U.S. general election.
🤬 😤 DePerno case is dismissed. Judge rules that Plaintiff’s claims are moot as relief has already been granted, wrote Arizona Conservatives Take Action Telegram channel. (Please consider joining this channel for real time AZ updates)
All other matters are stayed pending an appeal.
The judge kicked the can down the road and threw it back on the legislators for the manner and scope of an audit requested by a citizen, in accordance with Article 2, Section 4 (1)(h) of the Michigan Constitution.
13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin Elsenheimer, a Republican nominee, ruled that plaintiff William Bailey, a resident of Antrim County, had received the relief he sought after he filed the lawsuit last year following the election, reported The Epoch Times.
Bailey was seeking an independent audit of Antrim County’s election but Elsenheimer decided that the February risk-limiting audit conducted by county clerks, who reviewed a random sample of some 18,000 ballots, was sufficient under state law.
“There is no right either in the constitutional section or the statue for the independent audit that Mr. Bailey seeks,” Elsenheimer told the court.