Following an appalling display of hubris from elected officials on “both sides” of the aisle over the undeniably obvious election fraud which occurred last month, Conservatives are not only asking themselves why this level of theft has been allowed to happen against President Trump given the actors involved, but are now asking themselves “What’s next”?
One Township/county alone reveals that Michigan elections are straight up untrustworthy garbage.
One could speculate a numb er of different ways what might have happened here.
In the end, a number of ballots that were apparently prepared by the same person tallied 68-62 Trump over Biden. The result however, is that “the most secure election ever,” as described by every non thinking pundit is probably the most damaging to our democratic process. The crooked SoS Benson, even said “With these final numbers, we again have conclusive proof that the safety security and accuracy of the election results ..”
The lack of curiosity by the state officials who for all we know might well have worked for Ruth Johnson prior is alarming. And in an era where every single election does have consequence on those who may or may not participate, we have some in the judiciary who refuse to even look at real evidence when it is presented, the role of the elections chief becomes even more vital.
With all due respect to the person in charge of the most vital component of our Republic in Michigan?
Antrim Debate video with Colbeck and Calley at the ACRP event at Shanty Creek Resort
Hines flaked out, and Bill Schuette likely felt the fundraiser nearby was a more productive use of his time.
Two candidates decided not to show for a major county party event. The Antrim county party, while not overly large has active and influential players and participants. Ignoring this base might not be a good idea.
The content was good however. Typical 1 minute to 90 second responses were changed to three minute responses. Allowing substantive answers to things that matter, and answer times for bit more of a philosophical element as well.
Worth the watch if you care about who might be Michigan’s next governor.
Or to help demonstrate that there can be more underneath the hood than soundbite soliloquies.
“He’s our hometown boy.” Said one of the executive committee members of a vote taken this last Thursday.
The vote, was one by the executive board of the Grand Traverse County Republican Party on whether to endorse State Senate Candidate Wayne Schmidt over Greg MacMaster in the 37th State Senate primary contest. The vote to choose one candidate over another in partisan (GOP) races would normally be considered off the table except under extraordinary circumstances. At least that is how it is designated in the by-laws of a number of other GOP county parties.
Questions must be asked. Is it prudent or even a legitimate practice? Is it fair to the candidates? Is it fair to the membership, and does it misrepresent the opinion of the party at-large?