This is absolutely fucking amazing...In their lawsuit in Michigan, the Trump Campaign cited an affidavit from an alleged cybersecurity expert showing that in certain counties of Michigan had more voters than residents. The list is on page 3 of the affidavit.https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.gand.283580/gov.uscourts.gand.283580.7.1_2.pdfSome of those precincts include Houston, Monticello, and Benville.The problem? There is no Houston Township, Benville Township, or Monticello Township in Michigan.It seems the expert that the Trump campaign relied on accidentally confused Minnesota with Michigan. And, to be fair to the gentleman, I have made that mistake several times when discussing polling in this election. They both start with MI afterall! It's an easy mistake to make...But, I'm a rando on the internet. It's ok for me to make mistakes. It's a bit less ok for someone trying to overturn the results of a national election to make such an error. That's the level of competence on this elite legal team XD. https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicholasreimann/2020/11/20/trump-ally-confuses-michigan-and-minnesota-in-affidavit-claiming-voter-fraud/?sh=39dc9aa5135e
Further, the areas that supposedly had more votes than voters were largely in the red areas of the state so the Trump team may accidentally be arguing that their side is the side which is committing fraud.
As far as what actually happened, in Minnesota you can register to vote when you go in to vote, so it is likely that this overage just came from people registering the day of. As these counties are generally real small, this may cause large discrepancies between the registered voter rolls and the number of votes cast. For example, Benville Township (the first listed precinct) only has 85 people in it, so it shouldn't be hard to imagine a big swing caused by same day registration.
EDIT: I also have no idea where he is getting his data from. He says he is using prelim data from the state, but from the publicly available data, he is just wrong. He says Benville had 350% turnout, however according to the state, there were 63 people registered on the morning of election day and 8 additional people registered throughout the day. There were then a total of 63 votes cast. Worth noting, only 14 of those votes were for Biden.
Another little hitch in this theory is that according to the state, Benville Twp didn't actually use any voting equipment (which means no Dominion was used, which means there goes the whole theory).