Michigan lawmakers have been told by leadership and by an unelected House lawyer to sit down and shut up about voter fraud accusations.
They were willing to wait until SEN McBroom came out with a report that claimed nothing was voter fraud in the state, even after Trump had 6,000 votes stolen in Antrim County.
Mcbroom is not worthy to lead a Hot Wheels parade, let alone the Republicans in the state Senate.
McBroom heard all of the testimony of witnesses and then not only did he absolve those who may have committed fraud but he took it one step further in calling on corrupt Democrat Dana Nessel, the most dishonest AG in Michigan history to harass those witnesses into submission.
If he is reelected, I will lose all respect for the intelligence of Michigan voters. Fortunately, they do have lawmakers that cannot be intimidated.
On June 22, 2021, Rep Steve Carra was the first Republican legislator to call for a full audit. Three days later MI Rep. Daire Rendon (R) reached out to 100 Percent Fed Up and told them that she was very much disappointed in the bogus Senate report. She did not think they went where the evidence led. Personally, I think they reached their conclusion and then began an investigation, ignoring all of the evidence.
Rep. Daire Rendon (R) sent a letter addressed to “The Citizens of the United States of America, stating that she “has evidence reflecting systemic election fraud in Michigan. one of Michigan’s most reliably conservative lawmakers, Matt (Mad-Dog) Maddock (R) is now also calling for a forensic audit. It will come down to whether the honest legislators can overcome the votes of the Democrats and RINOs.
Democrats and their allies in the dishonest Michigan media expected voters to quietly accept the outcome of the election. Never mind what voters saw with their own eyes, as the unpopular Joe Biden campaigned from his basement and could barely draw a dozen people to his rallies.
Within one week of the November election in Michigan, over 240 affidavits outlining voter fraud and voter irregularities witnessed by GOP poll challengers, a Detroit City worker, and a Dominion contract worker were filed in Michigan.