Jocelyn Benson made a case for Conspiracy against Donald Trump. I would like to see him, and his co-conspirators, dragged out f bed at 4:30 A.M. They need to be locked up for conspiring to silence The Voice of The People, and, alter the results of our elections. Evangelical leaders, who have acted like political advisors for the Republican President, need to be brought to FBI headquarters for questioning. Did their King Trump ever discuss a lawsuit, or, the idea he will stir up militias to disrupt the voting process. I believe we are looking at a religious coupe from religious leaders who know God and King Jesus will look bad if their King-man loses. We are looking at the end of Christianity in America as our forefather’s knew it.
The other path for the Democrats to the White House, is the JAILING of the treacherous conspirators that will include Bill Barr. Nancy Pelosi will become President, and appoint Biden as her VP, and Harris as the new Attorney General General. As it stands, King Trump should be impeached again.
Michigan’s secretary of state blasted the lawsuit filed by President Trump’s campaign on Wednesday as “frivolous.”
Jocelyn Benson told CBSN that the suit — which seeks to halt the counting of mail-in ballots in Michigan — was “misinformation designed to sow seeds of doubt among our voters about the integrity of our elections process.”
The key swing state was called for Democrat Joe Biden on Wednesday despite Trump’s re-election campaign announcing the lawsuit.
Campaign manager Bill Stepien claimed campaign observers had been refused access at counting stations to observe the opening of mail-in ballots.
Benson told the outlet that poll workers had been “following every rule meticulously” as they tallied the vote, “transparently with people from both sides of the aisle — both looking on.”
As absentee votes continued to be tallied earlier on Wednesday, protesters gathered outside the TCF Center in Detroit, chanting “stop the count.”
Benson said claims that campaign observers weren’t being allowed inside the counting center appeared to be designed to drive “a false narrative that the process is anything other than open and completely secure.”
“There are plenty of representatives and challengers as there have been throughout this process inside TCF Center, watching the process, observing the process,” she said.
“We’ve been very clear that as soon as someone became disruptive, they would have to leave. We’ve had actually very little examples of that.”
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department told federal prosecutors in an email early on Wednesday that the law allowed them to send armed federal officers to ballot-counting locations around the country to investigate potential voter fraud, according to three people who described the message.
The email created the specter of the federal government intimidating local election officials or otherwise intervening in vote tallying amid calls by President Trump to end the tabulating in states where he was trailing in the presidential race, former officials said.
A law prohibits the stationing of armed federal officers at polls on Election Day. But a top official told prosecutors that the department interpreted the statute to mean that they could send armed federal officers to polling stations and locations where ballots were being counted anytime after that.
The statute “does not prevent armed federal law enforcement persons from responding to, investigate, or prevent federal crimes at closed polling places or at other locations where votes are being counted,” the official, Richard P. Donoghue, told prosecutors in an email that he sent around 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday.