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GOP lawmakers in Michigan are shaking things up with a powerful demand that new election-related investigations be kickstarted in light of shocking evidence related to voting irregularities and alleged violations of election procedures during the 2020 presidential election.
According to a report from Just the News, the Michigan GOP is asking the state attorney general to investigate the Michigan secretary of state for “possible election fraud and allegations” revealed in Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules.”
The current Michigan secretary of state is Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat.
According to a letter penned by Rep. Steve Carra, R-Mich., the GOP is urging Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel to “investigate and bring charges if credible evidence is found” against the “Secretary of State of Michigan, members of her office, and any organizations for crimes related to fraud committed in the 2020 election and crimes brought to light in the documentary, 2000 Mules.”
The letter further states that there are three violations that the attorney general’s office has not yet investigated:
- The Secretary of State allegedly used $4.5 million of CARES funds to “recklessly” mail absentee ballots to registered voters “not on the permanent absentee voter list,”
- An alleged violation of the “Administrative Procedures Act,” in which Carra’s letter states Secretary Benson issued a directive to Michigan clerks in October 2020 to “presume the accuracy of absentee ballot signatures” in contrast to a standing state law,
- And a “reported lack of response” to Freedom of Information Act requests from groups “like the Michigan Grassroots Alliance” as it pertained to voter roll data and Detroit ballots.
D’Souza’s documentary shed light on shocking evidence of a nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy that transpired during the 2020 presidential election.
“With the recent release of the documentary 2000 Mules,” Carra’s letter continued, “there is additional evidence of individuals (referred to as mules) who repeatedly would visit ballot drop boxes and deposit multiple ballots, allegedly for payment, in states with controversial elections in 2020, such as Georgia and Pennsylvania.”
According to information presented in “2000 Mules,” Michigan was also a target of ballot trafficking and suspicious election irregularities.
Carra continued to pressure the attorney general, stating, “As the top legal officer in the State of Michigan, you are tasked with the enforcement of our state’s laws. You have a statutory obligation to investigate reported violations of the law and we urge you to look into the new evidence brought forth in 2000 Mules and to review the security of our elections.”