Cheating at the TCF Center in Detroit and State Farm Center in Atlanta.
The Michigan Supreme Court dealt a blow to the lawless Democrat leadership in the state.
The court ruled in favor of a pathway to repeal Governor Whitmer’s emergency power grab from 2020 that allowed Democrats to use any measure possible to cheat legal voters in the state.
The Board of State Canvassers must certify a voter initiative to repeal the Emergency Powers of Governor Act, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled in a Friday order.
That means that once the board acts on the court’s order, the Republican-controlled Legislature can repeal the law with majority votes in each chamber, and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will be unable to veto the measure.
The order gave no breakdown on what position each justice took on the question, but there was no dissent accompanying the order, suggesting the decision was unanimous.
“The court has it exactly right — the Board of State Canvassers had a clear legal duty to certify what was obvious, that we had collected far more signatures than required,” said Fred Wszolek, a spokesman for Unlock Michigan, the group behind the petition drive.