Trump’s legal team seemingly didn’t notice its allegation of election fraud in Michigan is based on data from Minnesota

One, from a Texas resident who works in cybersecurity, was filed in Georgia on Wednesday, but claims vote tallying machines in Michigan are highly susceptible to fraud. It goes on to list several “statistical red flags” that purport to show how those machines may have been manipulated, including numbers that imply as many as 350 percent of estimated voters in a range of Michigan towns cast ballots. The problem is, the towns the affidavit lists are all scattered across eastern Minnesota, not Michigan.

The affidavit also claims there have been reports of votes switched from Trump to Biden in “Antium County, Michigan.” There’s no such county in the state, or in the United States at all. And if the affidavit means to imply there was fraud in Antrim County, Michigan, well, its county clerk has already corrected and testified regarding any mistaken voting tallies there.

Source: Trump’s legal team seemingly didn’t notice its allegation of election fraud in Michigan is based on data from Minnesota