Abject failure McBroom fails at least ten fact based tests of logic.
It really doesn’t take much imagination to see the likelihood of fraud in the 2020 election.
At the very least, where this an appearance of something wrong in one of the most important aspects of government, we need to be reassured that all doubts about the election are unfounded. Yet instead of pressing for a REAL audit, and not the sham of a spot poll of selected counties, Ed McBroom’s commission report not only says ‘there is nothing to see here,” but adds “..maybe we arrest anyone who dared to say otherwise!”
Which has correctly earned the rat a little appropriate shame from at least some in the Michigan Republican Party. It needs to be spread a little more. The Detroit news reports:
A committee inside the Michigan Republican Party plans to consider Saturday a proposal that calls for the resignation of GOP state Sen. Ed McBroom, who led a probe finding no evidence of widespread fraud in the 2020 election.
A frightening hellish reality has been thrust upon us. From the COVID-19 disinformation campaign and subsequent lockdowns to the Black Lives Matter terror uprising and demonization of law enforcement to the third-world style vote rigging in Detroit and other inner-city fraud centers on election night, our current reality is outpacing many of the dark prophecies laid out by the literary greats of the 20th Century about the technological enslavement that was to come.
And it’s all about to get a million times worse. We can all feel it. If there was a time where political unity was desperately needed among Republicans with the burying of internecine squabbles, it would be now, right?
First off, a big “Thank You” to those of you who took part in the Unlock Michigan petition campaign (Part 1).
After all of the political and legal hurdles which were thrown down in front of everyone, we had finally removed one of the laws which were misused and abused by a megalomaniac to destroy Michigan.
Second, a big “Thank You” goes out to the Michigan Legislature, both Senate and House for acting on this in a very timely manner. I was especially impressed by the fact that the Michigan House took this up immediately following the Roll Call and Morning Invocation after the session had began on Wednesday.
Third, I have a short message to pass along from The Unlock Michigan Team below.
” MICHIGAN (WLUC) – On Wednesday, Jason Roe, executive director of the Michigan Republican Party (MIGOP), resigned under pressure from the grassroots organizers for not being loyal to former President Donald Trump and “The Big Lie.”
The MIGOP says he joins a parade of staff departures which have the left the GOP in turmoil on the watch of Chairman Ron Weiser and Co-Chair Meshawn Maddock.
In April, party activists mounted a campaign to censure and remove Roe because of his comments.