The authorization by both chambers requires Detroit Clerk Janice Winfrey (D), and Livonia Clerk Susan Nash (D), to produce documents about how they ran their elections. The clerks will have to surrender hard drives, emails, absentee voter counting board laptops, and other election-related material.

The Michigan legislative bodies actions tacitly admit they believe vote fraud and ballot tampering took place. The Republican majority legislature was repeatedly thwarted by the Executive Branch and the Michigan Supreme Court in their quest for relief for their complaints about election “irregularities.”



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