Michigan County Elections Supervisor is Placed on Unpaid Leave During Felony Election Tampering Trial

Genesee County elections supervisor Kathy Funk has been placed on unpaid leave while she is on trial over allegations of felony election tampering.

The charges come from Funk’s time as Flint Township clerk when a ballot seal was broken during the Aug. 4, 2020 primary election. The broken seal, which occurred during an alleged break-in, prevented the ballots from being recounted under Michigan state law.

It is being alleged that Funk orchestrated this scene purposefully in order to secure a narrow election victory to stay in power. Funk was the elected official who oversaw elections in Flint Township during the stolen presidential election of 2020. She was promoted to a position of authority over the entire county in the aftermath of this alleged fraud.

Genesee County Clerk John Gleason has put Funk on leave as of March 21, requesting a “future review of this status and appropriate transitions.” This happened after the Genesee County board of canvassers demanded Funk’s removal from the post pending the case.

Big League Politics reported on how Funk and her superior paraded around in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election claiming that no fraud took place before any real investigation could occur:

A major voter fraud scandal unfolding in a destitute, Democrat-run town in Michigan may vindicate whistleblowers who have been demonized and threatened for exposing electoral criminality in the state.

The Daily Gazette, a newspaper operating out of the metropolitan Flint area, has confirmed that former Flint Township clerk Kathy Funk is being investigated for voter fraud after being accused of tampering with absentee ballots in order to steal an Aug. 2020 primary election by a small amount of votes.

A warrant request has been made to the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office following an investigation by the Michigan State Police, with the county prosecutor already recusing himself from the case. Funk reported a mysterious break-in that occurred at the Flint Township Municipal Building in her office on the night of the Aug. 2020 primary election. A canister containing absentee ballots conveniently fell to the ground amidst the break-in, removing the seal, and making the ballots contained within ineligible to be recounted under state law.

Around the time of the mysterious break-in, Funk was losing the election for township clerk. When the vote counting was all said and done, Funk defeated her opponent Manya Triplett by a narrow 79-vote margin. Funk is being accused of staging the break-in and tampering with absentee ballots. Sources have reportedly told The Daily Gazette that she has ducked lie detector tests on several occasions.

Funk recently quit her post as the township clerk to supervise elections for Genesee County, which encompasses the city of Flint. She made sure to trash her former colleagues in the public announcement of her resignation.

“I can make it official as word has officially gotten out. I have resigned from my position as Clerk of Flint Township, effective (Nov. 16 at 8 am). I have taken a position as Elections Supervisor for Genesee County. I have enjoyed serving the residents of Flint Township in my capacity. However, over the last almost two years, it has become abundantly clear that certain members of the Township Board would rather play political games with the department that is supposed to ensure the most fundamental act of democracy — voting. I look forward to serving all the residents and clerks/deputy clerks across the county in my new role,” Funk said.

It should come as no surprise that Funk was out in front of the cameras immediately after the 2020 presidential election to deceive the public that the proceedings were conducted with the utmost levels of honor and integrity.

“My staff worked extremely hard on the election and balanced the number of ballots every day,” Funk said. “At the end, our counting board rechecked the numbers and counted each precinct. I’m confident in the integrity of our election and elections across the county.”

“There’s been a great deal of duress put on our staff and people that do our type of work across the state of Michigan about fraudulent activity,” said Genesee County Clerk John Gleason, who would go on to hire Funk as county election overseer even after she was widely suspected of committing voter fraud. 

“That’s a hoax. That’s a witch hunt on well-meaning and very honest individuals. There’s no way in the world Kathy Funk or the other clerks would ever understand the results ahead of time to manipulate the outcome to favor one candidate over another,” he added.”

The fake news media, even in Michigan, is glossing over this story because it is the canary in the coal mine with regards to the rigged elections of 2020. The amount of corruption within the system is of biblical proportions, and the swamp needs to be ruthlessly drained with all of these criminals being put to swift justice for America ever to be great again.

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