A Michigan circuit court judge is allowing Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson to conceal the findings from the forensic audit of Dominion voting machines in Antrim County from the public.
Judge Kevin Elsenheimer made the ruling on Thursday to approve an intervention by Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office on Benson’s behalf. Benson contended that she has supervisory control over the Antrim clerk. Democrats in charge of the state are pushing to make sure that forensic imaging on 22 Dominion vote counting machines never sees the light of day.
“We’d like to know more about what was obtained, what the intent is for the use of the images obtained,” said Assistant Attorney General Heather Meingast, who apparently cares more about protecting Dominion’s trade secrets than safeguarding electoral integrity.
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