Recently, the Michigan federal court finally dismissed the Jill Stein suit, which had requested a hand recount for the state. In agreement with the State Court of Appeals, they said Stein is not an aggrieved person. The results are valid — the integrity of the voting process remains intact

Basically, this means Stein had no chance of winning and if Hillary wanted a recount, she should have asked for one. With Michigan out of the race, there is no chance for Stein to make any additional attempts to overturn the election.

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Pennsylvania Attempts by Jill Stein

With that in mind, she now needs to stop her other suit in federal court in Pennsylvania. Stein has no evidence of fraud, and the court should sanction her with the various court costs involved. In addition, counsel fees should be awarded to Trump’s attorneys, tasked with defending the frivolous suit.

Regardless, Stein’s website continues to raise money and believes their justices fall on the topic of race.

We are fighting Trump and the Michigan GOP in a battle that goes to the very heart of the struggle for voting rights in communities of color. Donate now to stand up for election justice and integrity.

The attention brought by the Michigan recount campaign is already raising red flags for the widespread disenfranchisement of voters of color, in what amounts to a modern Jim Crow-type election system.

At stake are over 75,000 “undervotes” — ballots are filled out except the vote for president— many of which are concentrated in communities of color in the Detroit area.

This unprecedented number of blank ballots may actually represent errors in the optical scanners counting the votes. According to a U.S. Civil Rights Commission report, voters of color are 900% more likely to have their votes misread or simply tossed out by human error, or by badly maintained and poorly calibrated machines in underserved communities.”

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Hacking the Voting Machines?

Jill Stein feels someone hacked the voting machines. With that in mind, she raised $7 million to also say the voting machines do not properly read ballots for voters who are “persons of color.” I had no idea persons of color received a different ballot.

So how would a voting machine know a voter is a “person of color?”