The Gateway Pundit has secured security camera footage taken at the TCF Center during the early morning of November 4, 2020. This is the place where ballots were counted in Detroit on Election Night.

We now have another powerful piece of evidence that proves there was election fraud in 2020.

At least three election observers had submitted sworn affidavits in which they said that they had witnessed vans delivering large quantities of what were likely fraudulent ballots to the Center during the early morning of November 4.

Now that the Gateway Pundit has the relevant security camera footage, we have the ability to answer a few very important questions about what happened that night.

For example: How many people were at the TCF Center that night, and is it true that the venue really was over COVID capacity — thus giving election workers a valid excuse to eject Republican poll watchers? Were poll watchers ejected merely for challenging ballot counts, or did they really refuse to wear masks, as poll workers have claimed? Was security ejecting Republican poll watchers?

And also: What was actually delivered to the TCF Center from around 3:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m.? Why did so many Democratic poll workers have large suitcases, and were they hiding ballots inside of them as they were in Georgia? Were the Dominion voting machines networked, as alleged by Patrick Colbeck? Was Nick, the co-owner of Dominion, present at the scene, as alleged by Melissa Carone?

The Results

On Friday, February 5, the Gateway Pundit released its report showing the relevant surveillance camera video. It paid the TCF Center $22,000 for the video.

The video shows that at 3:23 a.m., a white van registered in Detroit entered the gate at the TCF Center. Two minutes later, at 3:25 a.m., three people can be seen unloading more than 50 boxes of ballots from the van and into the TCF building just outside of the counting room. The ballots were put onto carts and were wheeled into the counting room. Twenty-five minutes later, the van left.

An hour after that, the van returns yet again, and people unload yet more boxes of ballots from it. On both occasions, a black sports car was seen escorting the van.

Since these deliveries happened on November 4 — the day after election day — that would make the ballots in them of questionable legality.

This confirms reports made by witnesses like Shane Trejo, who claimed to have seen massive amounts of ballots brought into the TCF Center at around 3:30 to 4:00 a.m. on November 4. It also explains the documented statistical irregularities that were observed in Michigan on that night. Trump was initially ahead by about 100,000 votes in Michigan on Election Night, but then vote spikes totaling more than that amount suddenly occurred in the early morning hours of November 4.