Conservative Activists Wonder Why Republican Leaders are Unwilling to Act
LANSING, MI (Nov. 27) — Republican state leaders have refrained from scheduling a hearing that addresses the hundreds of sworn affidavits attesting to grotesque fraud under penalty of perjury.
The hearings in Pennsylvania on Wednesday unveiled shocking stories of impropriety, delivered by countless credible sources, that have started to influence public opinion. Still, Michigan lawmakers refuse to schedule hearings despite significant constituent pressure demanding them.
Former state senator Patrick Colbeck of Canton does not believe the attitude from his former colleagues is acceptable. He was on the floor of the absentee voter ballot counting board on election night in Detroit and believes the sworn testimony of these whistleblowers must be heard.
“Media says they see no evidence of fraud. Legislative leadership says, “We have not yet been made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election in Michigan.” Hundreds of poll challengers who witnessed fraud such as myself beg to differ. We believe that the truth about election needs to finally be heard without a media censorship filter,” Colbeck said.
Other whistleblowers who observed fraud on election day and have signed sworn affidavits attesting to such are speaking out and demanding to be heard as well.
“The people of Michigan deserve fair, open, transparent elections, and this year, for the first time in decades, their trust in our elections was shattered. If lawmakers fail in this most basic duty to hear the testimony of dozens of not hundreds of eyewitnesses, Michiganders at large will lose faith not only in their electoral process but in their Legislature as well,” said poll worker Adam de Angeli of Milan.
“I believe that what I saw, not only at the TCF Center but also in over 3 weeks of early voting poll watching, and by reading the sworn affidavits of dozens of my fellow poll challengers, that citizens were denied a fair election guaranteed by the State of Michigan. We should demand House and Senate hearings immediately,” said whistleblower Phil O’Halloran of Bloomfield.
“We were not allowed to see ballots at tables close up because of COVID, but when it was time to leave, that meant nothing. We were pushed out as quickly as possible then the crowds were huddled in areas by the elevators since most had to get to the roof where cars were parked. The elevator, which were to have only 2 in at a time, were full of people. COVID was only an issue to keep the challengers from seeing ballots,” poll challenger Kathy Kubik of Commerce said about how her rights were violated at the absentee vote counting board in Detroit.
“I was a credentialed election challenger in both the primary and the general election at the Detroit Absent Voter Counting Boards in Detroit. I have sworn testimony that I have presented that, I believe, is clear evidence of election fraud of significant degree,” said whistleblower Bob Cushman, who sued the state of Michigan to reaffirm the rights of poll challengers before the election.
Republican state leaders have steadfastly refused to conduct any investigation into the claims made by these whistleblowers. It was attorney Aaron Van Langevelde, who works as deputy legal counsel for the Michigan House Republican Policy Office, that certified the dubious vote result even as whistleblowers pleaded with him at the hearing not to do so.
Now, it’s House Oversight Committee Chair Matt Hall of Marshall who is making up pathetic excuses to refuse to do hearings like what has taken place in Pennsylvania. “We considered it, and we determined that logistically, it wasn’t going to work,” Hall said to Bridge Michigan.
Republican leaders in Lansing have never acknowledged what happened and apparently have no interest in even addressing the facts of what occurred on election night.
“It is unfathomable that Michigan Republican leaders in Lansing would stab their own constituents in the back,” said Shane Trejo of Whistleblowers United, a nascent organization founded to venerate whistleblowers who are speaking out against voter fraud.
“It was conservatives who were down there in Detroit, getting terrorized, harassed, demeaned, in order to protect the Republican Party against a third-world style vote steal. Now, Republicans must stand up for their rights, so their voices can be heard, so justice can be served. Any Republican who does other wise needs to be driven out of public service forever,” he added.
A rally is scheduled to take place in Lansing on Sunday, Nov. 28 at Noon outside of the Capitol in Lansing. Conservatives hope that these continued protests will compel Republican lawmakers to act before it’s too late and faith in democracy is lost forever.
Editor’s Note: Matt Hall can be reached at (517) 373-1787 and MattHall@house.mi.gov. Please ask him why he refuses to act as a Trump supporter to support electoral integrity and the whistleblowers who were on the front lines against third-world gangster fraud. Please let him know that his career will be over unless he finds his spine quickly and convenes hearings where whistleblowers can let the truth be known. And make sure to let others know that the power is in Hall’s hands, and any excuses for inaction are unacceptable.