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Antrim County Court Hearing Concludes After 3 Hours — Judge Will Announce His Ruling on Tuesday, May 18

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By Jim Hoft

Published May 10, 2021 at 3:46pm

Michigan Attorney Matthew DePerno was back in court on Monday afternoon.

The live-stream of the court hearing is running on YouTube.

LIVE-STREAM VIDEO: Attorney Matthew DePerno Court Hearing in Antrim County — Will Request Expanding Ongoing Audit and Investigation — 1:25 PM ET

Attorney Matthew DePerno filed his latest findings in the Circuit Court for Antrim County on Friday. DePerno told the court on Monday that he has proof now of the voter fraud and requested the court to allow him to broaden his investigation.

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The local judge heard arguments on whether to dismiss a lingering 2020 election lawsuit or to allow Attorney DePerno to expand his lawsuit.

Of course, Democrat attorneys are arguing to end the case. There are at least SIX Attorneys for the state in the hearing today representing the far-left Secretary of State.

The hearing concluded at around 4:14 Eastern Time.

They are to reconvene Tues. May 18, at which time the judge will rule on standing.

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