Michigan Candidate Matt DePerno Boasts of Effort Showing How to Stuff Ballots

September 03, 2022, 11:03 AM

Matthew DePerno

Michigan Republican attorney general candidate Matthew DePerno is determined to undermine voter confidence in elections.

The Detroit News reports:

Michigan Republican attorney general candidate Matt DePerno told a crowd last year he had a "lab" where he could take people and show them how election equipment can be manipulated, according to a previously unreported video obtained by The Detroit News.

The footage, dated Sept. 9, 2021 and shared in a Facebook group, appears to support some of the allegations brought by Attorney General Dana Nessel's office, which has said DePerno was involved in an effort to gain access to voting machines in Michigan and run "tests" on them.

DePerno, a lawyer from Kalamazoo who rose to prominence advancing unproven election fraud claims, is challenging Nessel to be Michigan's top law enforcement official. In the video clip, DePerno says Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was "trying to find" his "lab."

Here's the video obtained by The News:

Read more:  Detroit News

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