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Vosiznies (VINnews), a right-leaning Orthodox Jewish news site, has claimed that there has been

disturbing and sizable evidence of systemic voter fraud in Michigan.

They cite a video that they claim has been unearthed by Freedom of Information requests. It is ostensibly an interview made the Muskegan Michigan Voter Registration Fraud Investigation with an employee of GBI Strategies from August 2020.

She claims that there were a lot of fake addresses on the voter registrations she received via canvassers.

VINNews continues:

These now substantiated allegations show widespread, systemic, ongoing voter registration fraud in a major swing state in the 2020 elections, and major Democrats in Law Enforcement knew it.

The 30 minute video (with excerpts) was posted on Twitter/X by Yehuda Miller, Bergen County New Jersey Republican County Committee Member.

Was there systemic voter fraud in Michigan? Does the video provide evidence?

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    I don't think you can possibly get the answer you seem to be hoping for. People's opinions are off-topic here, and the official answer is investigations are ongoing (according to the same article). The video provides some evidence, but a single witness who is raising a red flag about some odd paperwork isn't likely to be sufficient proof for a trial. Meanwhile yes, there have been prosecutions for election anomalies.
    – Oddthinking
    Nov 24, 2023 at 2:09
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    FWTW the VINnews claim this has been ignored seems false fox17online.com/news/local-news/lakeshore/muskegon/… Nov 24, 2023 at 5:37
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    @TheAsh: That sounds like a personal opinion. It might be reasonable, but personal opinions are not what people are here for. If they were, they would go to Reddit.
    – Oddthinking
    Nov 24, 2023 at 5:53
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    @Fizz: That certainly gave more context (e.g. who GBI Strategies were) and helped me understand the claim. so maybe it is a good base for the answer. Ultimately, we have Newsweek saying "We believe the official story and here it is." and VINnews saying "The official story is false, and here is a video that proves it," I can't see how the video is inconsistent with the official story, but that is personal opinion with not much research; maybe others can point out the flaws.
    – Oddthinking
    Nov 24, 2023 at 8:36
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    Is the claim about "voter fraud" (that is, actual fraudulent votes) or just "voter registration fraud" (which doesn't result in fraudulent votes if caught)?
    – Laurel
    Nov 24, 2023 at 14:17

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