Large numbers of precincts in Michigan, which voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton, may be disqualified from the presidential election recount that began Monday in Michigan because of indications of fraud, it has emerged.
Wayne County with over 1.7 million residents voted overwhelmingly for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She won 95 percent of the vote.
But one thid of its precints could now be disqualified from the recount because of discrepancies between the recorded number of votes cast and the actual number of votes counted.
The suspicious votes for Hillary Clinton appear to be ballots that may have been stuffed into ballot boxes opened illegally after the polls closed.
Also almost two thirds of the precints in Detroit, a city which also voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton, did not match those of voting machine printout reports. That means more than half the votes for Hillary could be fraudulent.
According to state law, precincts whose poll books don’t match with ballots indicating fraud can’t be recounted. If that happens, the original election results stand.
The revelations reinforces the notion that Hillary Clinton and Globalists are in meltdown. They have insisted on a recount of three swing states, but the main result so far of that recount in Michigan has been to document the massive voter fraud of Hillary.