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Fake News Washington Post Publishes Hit Piece on Former Sen. Patrick Colbeck — Forgets to Mention His Witness of Massive Drop of Illegal Ballots in Michigan

Ashley Jarrett



The Washington Post published a hit piece on former Michigan State Senator Patrick Colbeck on Monday.

The WaPo accuses Colbeck of smearing Dominion Voting Systems saying the former state senator, “Repeated baseless claims about mass fraud in the presidential election to state senators and pro-Trump crowds, falsely insinuating that rigged voting machines and bogus ballots swayed the results.”

Dominion Voting Systems is suing Colbeck for damaging its reputation.

It should be noted that it was the Dominion voting machines in Michigan that were first caught switching thousands of votes from President Trump to Joe Biden in the November election.

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In December former Senator Colbeck revealed that the radical Michigan Attorney General refused to release the forensic audit of the Dominion machines in Antrim County.

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But what the Washington Post forgot to mention in their hit piece is that it was Senator Colbeck who first reported on the fifty boxes of ballots that were unloaded at the TCF Center in Detroit at 3:30 in the morning on election night.

Senator Colbeck told The Gateway Pundit back in November that the tens of thousands of suspect ballots were driven into the center and unloaded WITHOUT proper chain of custody documentation.

Then the next day the Democrat officials locked out GOP observers when they were counting these mysterious ballots.

The Gateway Pundit later obtained footage in January of the ballot drop at 3:30 AM on November 4th. We included Senator Colbeck’s recorded testimony in November to play in the background.

Senator Colbeck was completely accurate — word for word — on what he saw in November and what the video exposed in late January.

For some reason the Washington Post refused to mention this in their Monday report.
Why is that?

Maybe by tomorrow they’ll create some lies to explain this video!

Formerly an online tech and science reporter at The Sun Online, Ashley stepped up to the mantle of technology reporter at the Daily Telegraph late last year. She writes about everything from drones, web security and cryptocurrency to social media apps, like Facebook and Spotify, and technology brands including Apple and Toshiba.

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