Scheduled to begin at 1:25 PM ET.
A judge will hear arguments on whether to dismiss a lingering 2020 election lawsuit in Antrim County, Michigan, that has ensnared the attention of former President Donald Trump’s allies who still claim the presidential contest was rife with voter fraud.
A remote hearing is scheduled to take place on May 10 after Antrim County Circuit Judge Kevin Elsenheimer denied a motion by the plaintiff, William Bailey of Central Lake Township, to adjourn it, according to the Traverse City Record-Eagle.
“The court has an obligation to review legal sufficiency issues when they are raised,” Elsenheimer said on Monday.
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Elsenheimer also allowed DePerno to proceed with an “expert witness” list and 30 days for testimony to be submitted to rebut an analysis by J. Alex Halderman, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan, that was released by the Michigan Department of State and reaffirmed that human error, not Dominion Voting Systems machine software, led to early tabulation errors in Antrim County.
Here is the supplemental brief/forensic audit presented by DePerno (Bailey’s attorney), which alleges intentional voting machine tampering.