A City of Detroit election worker said at a Michigan State legislature on Wednesday that she was told to backdate absentee ballots.
The woman, who was identified only as Jessy Jacob, told the bipartisan legislative hearing on Wednesday night that she and others were directed to backdate about 100,000 absentee ballots, or about 10,000 per day. The woman confirmed to former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, one of President Donald Trump’s lawyers, that her supervisor told her to do this.
Giuliani asked her if her supervisor told her to use the “phony date of the day,” and Jacob replied in the affirmative.
“Would you say Jessy that was an experience you never expected? That level of crookedness and dishonesty at the Detroit center for counting votes?” Giuliani also asked her. “Yes, the whole city,” she responded.