MI Attorney Explosive Interview

MI Attorney Explosive Interview: ‘We have Proof Election Was Subverted’

In an explosive interview, a Michigan attorney stated that she has “proof that Election Source was accessing machines and that the election was subverted.”

During an interview with Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit and Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up, attorney and former prosecutor Stefanie Lambert provided proof of election fraud in Michigan.

According to Lambert, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is required to keep the passwords to the state’s voting machines in escrow and perform regular and frequent testing, but according to Benson, only Dominion Voting Systems and their subcontractor Election Source had access to the passwords.

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“This may surprise you, but the passcode used in Antrim County, Michigan, was 1,2,3,4,5,6,” Lambert said.

“What the evidence shows, and what the clerks have told us is that they [Election Source] are essentially running the elections.” the attorney continued, adding, “Really, it’s the vendor that has all of the control of the elections. The vendor has access to the election management system and can remotely access it. So, really, what we’re finding is that the vendors that were not elected by the American people are controlling our elections.”

“Did they, in fact, access the machines?” the interviewer asked.

“We have proof of that in Michigan. We have anonymous logins and we have proof that Election Source was accessing machines and that the election was subverted,” Lambert replied.

To make matters worse, a former executive at Dominion Voting Systems in now in charge of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.

“There was a person by the name of Jennifer Bowers that was an executive at Dominion until 2019,” Lambert said. “She is now in charge at the EAC of determining who should be certified and which company should come out and check the election machines and certify them. So in my opinion, we essentially now have Dominion watching Dominion.”

Recently, a letter was sent from Election Source to all city clerks in Michigan, informing them that the company needed to perform “preventative maintenance” on their voting equipment. In the letter, Election Source states that they will be replacing batteries in the machines, but also notes that “in essence, the battery is not necessary.”

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The question is, why do they need to replace the batteries in all of the machines if they are not necessary?

Lambert told the interviewers that changing the batteries in these machines causes them to erase all microelectronic memory.

100 Percent Fed Up spoke with an assistant city clerk in Michigan who told them that Election Source came to their office and changed their battery. He also said that they ran a series of ballots through their machine while they were there to “change the battery.”

Lambert said:

“I’ve been working closely with Matt DePerno and with other attorneys and experts like I said. And we’ve obtained a lot of evidence. In fact, there’s going to be a lawsuit filed in the very near future against Election Source which is a contractor to Dominion. Matt Deperno sent a cease and desist letter to Election Source today because there was a letter sent out by Election Source to all of the clerks in Michigan stating that they’re coming to do preventative updates regarding removing a battery in most of the election equipment which is problematic because this would erase data [on those machines]. That’s one piece of what’s happening with Election Source.”

Watch the full interview here:

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