WATCH: Stein’s Recount BLEW THE LID off Major Voter Fraud in Detroit Where Hillary WON BIG!

I don’t really know what Democrats were thinking when they were joining Jill Stein’s “Recount 2016” campaign. It raised $10 million to fund a recount in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, three swing states that Trump won. Of course, none of these people wanted a recount in swing states Hillary won.

Not only was the recount basically guaranteed to ensure that Hillary Clinton would make history as the first female presidential candidate to lose twice, they’d blow the lid off of voter fraud. In fact, it seems that in one state in particular (Michigan), the more Hillary won by, the more likely it is that there was voter fraud uncovered!

As Truth Feed reported:

Jill Stein’s scam recount ended up exposing MAJOR FRAUD after all.

In the Democrat stronghold of Detroit, where Hillary won big, officials uncovered more votes than voters.

So, had it not been for “fraud for Hillary” Trump would have won Michigan by even more.

Wayne County elections officials gathered data showing vote tallying discrepancies in 248 of Detroit’s 662 precincts in which more ballots were tabulated than the number tallied by poll workers.

Michigan state Sen. Patrick Colbeck said, “The state needs to investigate whether or not the cause of the ballot count discrepancies in Detroit and elsewhere throughout the state are the result of fraud or negligence,” Colbeck said in a press release. “While some inadvertent human error can always occur, when it is identified in 59 percent of Detroit’s 662 voting precincts, the sanctity of our democratic voting process demands an investigation.”

Liberals have long opposed voter ID, but thanks to Stein’s recount, stricter voter ID laws are coming to Michigan. Meeting in its lame-duck session, the state House of Representatives passed a tough voter-ID bill that includes $3 million for funding of free state identification and birth certificates after over 18,000 voters cast ballots without identification in the presidential election. That’s an unintended consequence I think we can all get on board with!

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