Footage Shows Woman Dropping Off Mysterious Package During Election

( The Gateway Pundit and 100 Percent Fed Up are releasing another stunning video clip from the Wayne County, MI drop box surveillance footage as part of our ongoing efforts to expose the truth about the November 2020 election. Michigan’s dishonest Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson calls 2020 “the most secure election in history.”

The MC4EI team, a group of courageous folks from Michigan, made the astonishing discovery after watching hundreds of hours of drop box footage obtained by The Gateway Pundit through a FOIA request.

Two ladies walk through a parking lot at the Heilmann Recreation Station satellite voting center in Detroit at 10:40 a.m. on November 2, 2020 (the day before the election). As she comes up to a drop box, a lady in a green sweater carries a large stack of what looks to be absentee votes. The lady with her is dressed in medical scrubs (perhaps a nurse or nursing home staff), and as she approaches the drop box, she goes into her pants pocket and takes out a cell phone. The lady in the green sweater begins stuffing absentee ballot envelopes into the drop box slot, while the woman in scrubs places her iPhone over the woman’s hands as if filming the activity.

Afterward, they stroll into the Heilmann satellite polling facility, where voter registration and in-person early voting are taking place. Many viewers were perplexed as to why the women stopped at the drop box to deposit their absentee ballot envelopes when they looked to be on their way to the polling facility. Why didn’t they just bring the ballots with them inside? The women leave the satellite polling facility with a huge stack of white paper (blank ballots?) held by the woman in the green sweater as they go back to their vehicle in the parking lot.

It’s worth noting that the ladies who are outdoors are both wearing face masks throughout the video, but as they get back inside the car, the lady in scrubs, who is also the driver, can be seen lowering the face mask down below her chin as they depart the parking lot. Is she removing her face mask because COVID is less transmissible inside a car while she’s close to a passenger than when she’s walking outside the polling place? Is the mask just a good technique to hide their faces?
For the record, Michigan law prohibits nursing home personnel or nurses from delivering absentee ballots to drop boxes or voting centers on behalf of patients.

Michigan does not have particular legislation governing nursing home absentee voting and observation: Michigan does not have separate voting deputies for nursing homes (like Wisconsin does) or specific guidelines for aiding nursing home patients in absentee voting.