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Oakland County GOP Censures Senators That Called for Witch Hunt of Those Questioning Election Integrity
by Adam de Angeli      Posted August 20, 2021

 
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The Oakland County GOP has censured Senators Ed McBroom, Lana Theis, and John Bizon for releasing a report that called for, among other things, left-wing lunatic Attorney General Dana Nessel to investigate "those who have been utilizing misleading and false information about Antrim County to raise money or publicity for their own ends."

Although the report provided zero evidence of anyone discussing the irregularities in Antrim County, it was an obvious attack on attorney Matt DePerno – who, incidentally, is a candidate to replace Dana Nessel. "With this declaration, the Committee has declared the Constitutional rights to freedom of speech, freedom of the press and freedom to seek redress for our grievances to be null and void.  They are asserting that anyone who disagrees with their flawed assessment of the election particularly in matters regarding Antrim County should be investigated by the Attorney General.  They have in fact weaponized the state against citizens who disagree with them," the censure resolution read. (Read the full resolution here.)

The resolution made absolutely clear this was about protecting the rights of citizens to engage in constitutionally protected speech and assembly, saying "please do not mistake this call for censure as a derivative of a profound disagreement with their conclusions.  This call for censure is a direct result of their abject disregard for their oaths of office and for the Republican platform to which they claim alignment."

Nevertheless, the Detroit (Fake) News editorialized to its gullible readers: "The symbolic campaign is a sign of tensions within the party about former President Donald Trump's loss and his ongoing assertions that the contest was ‘rigged.’"

The resolution was passed 40 - 7.






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