Going to make this sorta short and to the point on our two criminal Grrlpower™ losers in the AG office and SoS.
STORY: @MichiganEGLE, @MichiganDNR & AG @dananessel sue "slow-walking" Edenville dam owner over Midland County flood response, warns of a second potential dam failurehttps://t.co/FXDHE6fc3n via @crainsdetroit pic.twitter.com/kT2lu3XTXx
— Chad Livengood (@ChadLivengood) June 9, 2020
Onto… Ballot Harvesting Benson.
— Michigan Rising Action (@MIRisingAction) June 9, 2020
About time the crooked Democrat (but I repeat myself) husband and wife team from Detroit operating out of the Secretary of State office is brought into a court of law for at least ONE of their crimes.
The lawsuit asserts that the state has an obligation to resolve this issue under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA). The NVRA allows individuals to notify state officials of voter registration record problems, and to sue them if reasonable action is not taken within 90 days. Daunt sent a letter through attorney William Consovoy – who has represented Trump in a number of matters — to Benson and Brater in February and claims that they have not taken appropriate measures to maintain accurate records.
God bless you, Mr. Daunt! I just love our President. He’s been watching our three crooks in Lansing the whole time.
Ballot Harvesting Benson knows her tit is in a wringer, as that’s why she abruptly left Senate Committee hearing without answering questions.
Point to remember, Johnson is the former Secretary of State, who purged hundreds of thousands of names – dead people and those who moved – from the voting rolls during her tenure https://t.co/Gm6xbP2kVz
— Kathy Gray (@michpoligal) June 9, 2020
Whitmer, Benson, and Nessel. All three with law degrees, and their radical left agenda has not only decimated our state budget and closed businesses that will not open again displacing good people into lengthy unemployment which they still have not received due to Whitmer administration incompetence but, now their radical agenda is starting to rack up legal fees as well.
History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.