Michigan State House Candidate and Vote Fraud Whistleblower Leads Canvassing Effort to Find ‘Ghost Votes’
Michigan state house candidate Jacky Eubanks recently appeared on Big League Politics Live where she discussed her campaign as well as her canvassing effort to find so-called “ghost voters.”
Eubanks, who knocked doors for Trump in the lead up to the 2020 presidential election, had previously worked in the absentee ballot room at her clerk’s office and has always shown an interest in election integrity. Eubanks said she became alerted about fraud when she saw many absentee ballots show up that were suspect.
“I remember thinking that it looked like the same person had filled out all of these absentee ballot applications. It was the same handwriting on a bunch of them, and they all came in an envelope from the Secretary of State’s office,” she said.
After she sounded the alarm about this, Eubanks was harassed at the clerk’s office by far-left employees until she was forced to quit. She started canvassing for “ghost voters” in Macomb County in the wake of the 2020 presidential election that was riddled with fraud.
“Ghost voters or phantom voters are basically votes that were cast and counted that don’t have a real-life person who can account for them,” Eubanks explained. claiming that her group has found an anomaly rate of about 17 percent through canvassing efforts.
Eubanks is leading a charge of canvassing homes in order to verify data on suspected ghost voters. These efforts have won Eubanks the support of President Donald Trump and have earned her the ire of Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, whose office has inferred that Eubanks’ canvassing could be a form of voter intimidation.
“Jacky Eubanks has taken it upon herself to go out and document voter fraud,” Trump said in a statement. “This courageous young woman went door-to-door in Macomb County and Detroit asking voters if they really voted, and she is finding further proof of the rampant Election Fraud in 2020.”
“Any effort to violate citizens’ privacy or intimidate them by showing up at their doorstep demanding to know how they voted is a desperate attempt to further sow seeds of doubt about election results that were a secure and accurate reflection of the will of the voters,” Benson spokeswoman Tracy Wimmer said, obviously worried about their fraud schemes unraveling due to the efforts of activists like Eubanks.
A report from Judicial Watch has indicated that there are at least 1.8 million ghost voters nationwide, according to their analysis of 29 states.
“In other words, the registration rates of those counties exceeded 100% of eligible voters. The study found eight states showing state-wide registration rates exceeding 100%: Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Vermont,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton of the report that was released in Oct. 2020.
“The new study of excess — or ghost voters — highlights the recklessness of mailing blindly ballots and ballot applications to voter registration lists. Dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections,” he added.
The full BLP Live episode can be seen here:
For more information on Eubanks’ campaign for Michigan’s 63rd state house district, visit VoteJacky.com.