Not that I don't think it's hilarious that half of Detroit ballots (which went 95% for Clinton) can't be recounted under Michigan law, because the votes sent to the Secretary of State don't match the number of voters ostensibly signed into the poll books on election day, but I really can't understand how that law is supposed to work. It seems to freeze in place whatever overcounted vote was produced by the Detroit machine. How would anyone ever succeed in throwing out the votes that exceed the number legitimately signed into the poll books?
In many years of working the polls and serving as an election judge, I can remember exactly one instance in which my cast-ballot total differed from the poll-book total by exactly one vote. People, it is just not that hard when you're making an effort to be honest.