Jacky Eubanks is running for Michigan’s 32nd House seat and she is dedicated to fixing elections in Michigan before it is too late.
This is despite the fact that Michigan state police are being weaponized by Attorney General Dana Nessel to target people who are looking for the truth.
Canvassing of the Arizona election in Maricopa County, led by Liz Harris revealed hundreds of thousands of lost votes and ghost voters.
Jacky Eubank’s canvassing efforts in Macomb County are finding similar results and Republican officials are fighting against a full forensic audit in Michigan.
The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson spoke to Eubanks last week for an update.
Conradson: I know you’ve been leading grassroots election integrity efforts throughout the state. Can you tell me about your canvassing efforts?
Eubanks: Yes. So, it all started with, after the election we thought, not only did funny business and fraud happen in Wayne County. Which obviously everybody knows that the city of Detroit is notoriously corrupt and ballot box stuffing happened and there’s apparently 9000 affidavits that were signed as witnesses to the fraud that took place on election day and the day after in Wayne County. But nobody really took a look at Macomb because Macomb went for Trump, in 2020. But what I thought was interesting was that Macomb has been the bellwether County for the state of Michigan and has been one, I believe one of nine counties, who have determined who would win the presidency in every presidential election, like ever. So when Trump won Macomb but didn’t win the presidency, I thought that was weird and strange because that was the first time that’s ever happened, and also that his margin of victory went down. So we decided to take a random sample of absentee voters from my hometown of Chesterfield Michigan, and just go knock on their doors and verify that the name and address on the ballot matches up with what happened in real life. And what we found was really startling. We found between 18% and 20%, it fluctuates because we’re still gathering data, but we’re looking at an 18% to 20% irregularity and anomaly rate based on the canvassing we’ve been doing this summer.
Conradson: Right, so are you finding issues like ghosts votes and lost votes like we found out here in Arizona?
Eubanks: So we’ve definitely been finding what we call phantom voters or ghost votes. We have not looked at Lost voters. I didn’t even think to do that until the Liz Harris report was released and now there’s a lot of interest in doing that. We may adjust, but mostly our, our MO was just going to houses, and people that we know there’s an absentee ballot that was counted in their name. And then we just go to that addresses and try to see if we can talk to the voter, whose name is on that ballot. And what we’ve been finding is that there’s a series of different kinds of anomalies. Number one is, if we go to that address, and we find out that there is nobody by that name who lives at that address, and the current homeowner will even say I don’t know who you’re talking about I’ve lived here for two years, 10 years, 20 years, and they don’t know who the person that we’re asking for is. And then another irregularity we have, is when we try to go to an address to verify that name and the address is not valid. For example, we had one ballot assigned to a dentist/a real estate office, we had another ballot that, well many ballots have been assigned to a gigantic apartment complex with many buildings and many numbers within each building and the addresses do not specify a building number or apartment number, so there’s no way to track down to see if this person is real. Other irregularities include, we, we talked to the voter and we say did you, we ask did you vote, and they said no I did not vote in the November 2020 election, and then we say well records show you voted absentee, and then they get upset because they realize they’ve been defrauded and they sign an affidavit.
The third and most mysterious kind that we found is people who swear they voted in person at the polling precinct on election day, And even recall putting their ballot into the tabulator and recall shredding their absentee ballot if it was mailed to them. Yet, There’s still an absentee ballot that’s been counted in their name, according to official records.
Now keep in mind all the records we’ve gotten we’re FOIA’d through the township, through the county, and through the state, but all this is online. We would literally need to do a full forensic audit, in order to verify these anomalies, because we’re just checking them against online records, and we don’t know if there’s actually paper ballots and signatures to match the online records.
Conradson: Yes. Have you brought this to any elected officials?
Eubanks: I have been in constant talks with the county clerk. And his response was at first, “Just bring me more affidavits and I will consider doing an audit for Macomb County, you know, I just need hard proof.” Then when I brought him affidavits he said “Great, I’m turning it over to the state police.” Well, the state police are headed by Dana Nestle, our attorney general who has openly stated that she will come after anybody who questions the results of the 2020 election. So then it got turned over to the FBI and as far as I know, the affidavits I turned it to him are being investigated by the FBI, which I don’t, I’m not necessarily a fan of that outcome.
Conradson: Right. Um, so another thing I was wondering, are you facing any pushback for your canvassing efforts from Dana Nessel or the Democrats in Michigan?
Eubanks: Shockingly, not the Democrats it’s the Republicans who are trying to shut this down. So I had no idea that so many people did not want this canvassing effort to go through, or they don’t want an audit at all. And I’m very quickly realizing, the more attention I’m getting for this canvassing effort, the more volunteers who get involved, the more events I go to where I present my findings, the more Republican politicians currently in office try to stop it.
Conradson: Why do you think that is do you think they’re scared, and they might have lost?
Eubanks: So, this is where things become speculative, and I like to stick with the facts, but if I were to guess. Well, their narrative is that we just want unity and we just want to focus on 2022 and, and turning Michigan red, and just winning back. Congress, and I can’t help but think that if the Democrats got away with rigging the election in 2020, how can we ever be sure that they won’t rig 2022, 2024 and every election here after. So either the current politicians don’t believe there was any fraud, which I’ve presented enough evidence to show that there was, and plenty of other people have shown that there was through their findings. So either they, they don’t want to see it, they don’t want to look at it, they don’t want to believe it or they know something. And if the audit went through something about them could come out that implicates them in a crime. Those are the only two things, I can figure, but I don’t know. Yeah, that’s what we’re dealing with.
Conradson: Yes 100% getting to the bottom of 2020 is the top priority before 2022 Who do we need to pressure in Michigan to get a full forensic audit going?
Eubanks: At this point, I would, I think our best hope is the state legislature because we do have a Republican majority in both the Michigan House and Michigan Senate. I spoke to a Michigan Senator last night. He said he has been in constant talks with the Arizona State Senate, and that they have told him to hold off until the Arizona report comes out, which I believe is this Friday. So, basically, he said, there is a group of Republicans in the state legislature working towards getting an audit but they’re waiting for the final results to come out from Arizona before they proceed, I would still say people should call their Michigan representatives and tell them that they need to do this.
Republicans in these fraud-ridden states like Georgia, Michigan, and Arizona have dropped the ball and refused to stand for their constituents.
Republican Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri admitted that issues like ballot harvesting, dead voters, and faulty machines affected these states, as well as Arizona.
Chucri and Republicans across the country continue to fight against audits, leaving their constituents wondering who they really work for.
Now that the Arizona audit report has been publicized to show massive amounts of fraud, it is time for the Michigan Legislators to act on their promises.