Numerous Dead People Older Than Oldest Living Person Voted in Michigan, One Born in 1850!

They say dead men tell no tales, but in Michigan, they certainly do vote.

In the ongoing battle for votes in Michigan, it's been discovered that several people who are dead voted in this election. In fact, some of them, seven of them to be exact, are all older than the oldest living person alive today.

The oldest living person today was born in 1903, meaning that they're 117 years old. The seven people who are older than this, and all in Michigan were born in either 1900,1901,1902, and then there is one of them who was born in 1850! This would make them 170 years old!

And wouldn't you know it, all of these people "voted" by absentee ballots.

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, Democrat, was criticized earlier this year when she was repeatedly sending out ballot applications to people who were clearly deceased. This led many Republicans to accuse Democrats of planning to cheat the election results by putting more voters in the mail. One mail vendor, who requested to be anonymous because he regularly interacts with the Secretary of State, said that it appears that Benson reverted the work that a prior Republican Secretary of State had done to clean up the voter rolls.

Former Republican Secretary of State Ruth Johnson worked to remove dead people from the voter rolls.

William Bradley, registered as having born in 1902, last updated his voter registration in 2002, and cast his first ballot in 2020. His son, also named William Bradley and lives at that address, reached by phone he says that he was sent a ballot for both himself and his deceased father but that he threw the other ballot away. “My father passed away in 1984, and I was born in 1959, I voted absentee but I’m quite sure I threw the other ballot away. I am William T. Bradley and my father didn’t have a middle initial.”

According to the Social Security Administration, William Bradley indeed died in June 1984, but according to the Michigan Secretary of State two applications for voting by mail were received for William Bradley at that address, but only one live ballot was sent and received.

I can't stress enough how bad this is and how much this just blows my mind.

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