When I say the Republicans made the election coup happen, this is what I'm talking about. Democrats, by nature, are dumb sheep who will cut their own genitalia to advance a communist revolution. They do the dirty ground-level grunt work.
Republicans, however, strategized, executed (and hung the narrative on the Democrats), and protected the coup at the executive levels, state and local.
Matthew DePerno, who's representing his Michigan voter client to audit the county election, named three specific Republican RINO clowns in the Michigan State Legislature in his segment on "War Room" (below): Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, Senator Ed McBroom, and Senator John Bizon.
Republicans control the State Legislature in Michigan.
DePerno says he believes the reason these three Marxist clowns are fighting the hardest against the audits is because they're part of the group that appropriated funds to purchase the machines. Yes, machines with modem chips embedded in the motherboard.
Their phone numbers are included in the above links if you live in Michigan in their districts to let them know what wonderful people they are.
In the "War Room" segment (not in the video snippet, but here's the full episode), DePerno says no Michigan press are covering this. I didn't find that odd, but he included the Detroit Free Press. You'd think they'd at least be interested, but they're not even touching it (I looked).
The press do take shots at Whitmer to present the illusion of credibility, like her use of a private jet, but that's a point that is lost on conservatives in general and why I pull my hair out making the point about not getting distracted; if they don't have to worry about the voters, who cares? All our problems in society and government spawn from a compromised voting system.
Whitmer acts like she's Queen Dictator of Michigan, but she does that because they believe they will beat the audits (they won't). Again, if they have no fear of the people then anything goes, hence why the audits and taking back our election system is priority number one. Period.
DePerno has a hearing on Monday, where there's a motion to dismiss the case. It should continue to move forward because there was an amendment to the Michigan State Constitution in 2018 that every voter has standing to challenge the election.
Here's the section of Michigan's Constitution to which DePerno referred, with the relevant text in bold:
Article II Section 4 in the State Constitution:
4 Place and manner of elections.
(1) Every citizen of the United States who is an elector qualified to vote in Michigan shall have the following rights:
(a) The right, once registered, to vote a secret ballot in all elections.
(b) The right, if serving in the military or living overseas, to have an absent voter ballot sent to them at least forty-five (45) days before an election upon application.
(c) The right, once registered, to a "straight party" vote option on partisan general election ballots. In partisan elections, the ballot shall include a position at the top of the ballot by which the voter may, by a single selection, record a straight party ticket vote for all the candidates of one (1) party. The voter may vote a split or mixed ticket.
(d) The right to be automatically registered to vote as a result of conducting business with the secretary of state regarding a driver's license or personal identification card, unless the person declines such registration.
(e) The right to register to vote for an election by mailing a completed voter registration application on or before the fifteenth (15th) day before that election to an election official authorized to receive voter registration applications.
(f) The right to register to vote for an election by (1) appearing in person and submitting a completed voter registration application on or before the fifteenth (15th) day before that election to an election official authorized to receive voter registration applications, or (2) beginning on the fourteenth (14th) day before that election and continuing through the day of that election, appearing in person, submitting a completed voter registration application and providing proof of residency to an election official responsible for maintaining custody of the registration file where the person resides, or their deputies. Persons registered in accordance with subsection (1)(f) shall be immediately eligible to receive a regular or absent voter ballot.
(g) The right, once registered, to vote an absent voter ballot without giving a reason, during the forty (40) days before an election, and the right to choose whether the absent voter ballot is applied for, received and submitted in person or by mail. During that time, election officials authorized to issue absent voter ballots shall be available in at least one (1) location to issue and receive absent voter ballots during the election officials' regularly scheduled business hours and for at least eight (8) hours during the Saturday and/or Sunday immediately prior to the election. Those election officials shall have the authority to make absent voter ballots available for voting in person at additional times and places beyond what is required herein.
(h) The right to have the results of statewide elections audited, in such a manner as prescribed by law, to ensure the accuracy and integrity of elections.
All rights set forth in this subsection shall be self-executing. This subsection shall be liberally construed in favor of voters' rights in order to effectuate its purposes. Nothing contained in this subsection shall prevent the legislature from expanding voters' rights beyond what is provided herein. This subsection and any portion hereof shall be severable. If any portion of this subsection is held invalid or unenforceable as to any person or circumstance, that invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect the validity, enforceability, or application of any other portion of this subsection.
(2) Except as otherwise provided in this constitution or in the constitution or laws of the United States the legislature shall enact laws to regulate the time, place and manner of all nominations and elections, to preserve the purity of elections, to preserve the secrecy of the ballot, to guard against abuses of the elective franchise, and to provide for a system of voter registration and absentee voting. No law shall be enacted which permits a candidate in any partisan primary or partisan election to have a ballot designation except when required for identification of candidates for the same office who have the same or similar surnames.
For a deep-dive into the journey of the Antrim County audit and battle with the state, check out this insane UncoverDC interview with DePerno. DePerno is very good at explaining the technical shenanigans in a digestible way for the laymen. He also explains, because they proved it, how Creepy got his numbers by getting his votes plus Trump's votes. He also explains HOW it wasn't obvious to the election officials on election night.
If you're minimally following this election, that interview is mandatory required listening, and will help you easily explain what happened to your cerebrally-challenged leftists or RINO friends who insist Biden won the most votes ever, while at the same time, ushered in a GOP landslide at local, state, and national levels on his coattails, where no GOP lost a state house. On its face alone that's a stupid narrative.
Here's the "War Room" clip with DePerno: