Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced this week that her department will go after those who made “false claims” about the 2020 presidential election in Michigan.
Nessel will use the state police to “assist in the matter.”
Nessel says she is using Republican Senator Ed McBroom’s report and recommendations on the 2020 election to support her actions.
Republican Ed McBroom and his colleagues said they found NO EVIDENCE OF FRAUD in the 2020 election. McBroom also encouraged Nessel to go after those individuals who made “false claims” about the process.
How is this even legal?
And how does Dana Nessel still keep a job?
She has no respect for or knowledge of the US Constitution.
In November The Gateway Pundit and our team in Detroit interviewed DOZENS of GOP election observers who were threatened, abused, attacked, and harassed at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan following the 2020 election landslide for President Donald Trump.
Several of these observers witnessed carloads of ballots arriving at the center in the middle of the night on November 4th marked for Joe Biden.
It took The Gateway Pundit two months and over $10,000 to gain access to this video footage of the late-night ballot drop at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan.
In June the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee released a report saying there was no “systematic” fraud in the 2020 Michigan election.
They meant “systemic” but it’s a garbage document anyway.
State Republican Senators Ed McBroom and Mike Shirkey then went on to urge government officials to investigate the Michigan and Detroit whistleblowers who spoke out about the election fraud and abuse.
Bridge MI reported:
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and state police will investigate allegations that unnamed individuals are making false claims about the 2020 election for personal profit, as requested by the Republican-led Senate Oversight Committee.
After reviewing the report prepared by Sen. Ed McBroom and colleagues, the department of attorney general “has accepted” the committee’s invitation to investigate, Nessel spokesperson Lynsey Mukomel told Bridge Michigan on Thursday.
The Michigan State Police “is also assisting in the matter,” she added.
The criminal investigation follows a nearly eight-month probe into election claims by the Senate Oversight Committee, which found no evidence of widespread systematic fraud in the Michigan election, contradicting claims by former President Donald Trump and his supporters.
Instead, the GOP-led committee urged Nessel, a Democrat, to investigate “those who have been utilizing misleading and false information about Antrim County to raise money or publicity for their own ends.”
Despite a hand recount of paper ballots, Antrim County continues to figure heavily in conspiracy theories about the 2020 election after a human and computer programming error skewed initially reported results in favor of Democratic President Joe Biden.