The Inside Story of Michigan’s Fake Voter Fraud Scandal

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Now this is a pretty good read:




After five years spent bullying the Republican Party into submission, President Donald Trump finally met his match in Aaron Van Langevelde.
Who?
That’s right. In the end, it wasn’t a senator or a judge or a general who stood up to the leader of the free world. There was no dramatic, made-for-Hollywood collision of cosmic egos. Rather, the death knell of Trump’s presidency was sounded by a baby-faced lawyer, looking over his glasses on a grainy Zoom feed on a gloomy Monday afternoon, reading from a statement that reflected a courage and moral clarity that has gone AWOL from his party, pleading with the tens of thousands of people watching online to understand that some lines can never be uncrossed.

“We must not attempt to exercise power we simply don’t have,” declared Van Langevelde, a member of Michigan’s board of state canvassers, the ministerial body with sole authority to make official Joe Biden’s victory over Trump. “As John Adams once said, 'We are a government of laws, not men.' This board needs to adhere to that principle here today. This board must do its part to uphold the rule of law and comply with our legal duty to certify this election.”

Van Langevelde is a Republican. He works for Republicans in the Statehouse. He gives legal guidance to advance Republican causes and win Republican campaigns. As a Republican, his mandate for Monday’s hearing—handed down from the state party chair, the national party chair and the president himself—was straightforward. They wanted Michigan’s board of canvassers to delay certification of Biden’s victory. Never mind that Trump lost by more than 154,000 votes, or that results were already certified in all 83 counties. The plan was to drag things out, to further muddy the election waters and delegitimize the process, to force the courts to take unprecedented actions that would forever taint Michigan’s process of certifying elections. Not because it was going to help Trump win but because it was going to help Trump cope with a loss. The president was not accepting defeat. That meant no Republican with career ambitions could accept it, either.

Which made Van Langevelde’s vote for certification all the more remarkable. With the other Republican on the four-person board, Norman Shinkle, abstaining on the final vote—a cowardly abdication of duty—the 40-year-old Van Langevelde delivered the verdict on his own.
 

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“Not because it was going to help Trump win but because it was going to help Trump cope with a loss. The president was not accepting defeat.” ibid

Where exactly in the Constitution, or anywhere in Federal or state election law, does it state that a defeated incumbent president who was voted out of office must be coddled, placated, and helped to ‘cope’ with that election loss by undermining our democratic institutions and jeopardizing the political process contrary to the will of the American people.
 
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Politico is fake news. The truth will come out. At least that's how it's supposed to work until the last decade came along.
Everything you don't like..fake news---Perhaps..this story...IS the truth coming out..how about that?
 

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Politico is fake news. The truth will come out. At least that's how it's supposed to work until the last decade came along.
Everything you don't like..fake news---Perhaps..this story...IS the truth coming out..how about that?
When I'm not sure about something, I play the odds. I never trust people investigating themselves. That lends itself to abuse as much as mail in voting.
 

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Now this is a pretty good read:




After five years spent bullying the Republican Party into submission, President Donald Trump finally met his match in Aaron Van Langevelde.
Who?
That’s right. In the end, it wasn’t a senator or a judge or a general who stood up to the leader of the free world. There was no dramatic, made-for-Hollywood collision of cosmic egos. Rather, the death knell of Trump’s presidency was sounded by a baby-faced lawyer, looking over his glasses on a grainy Zoom feed on a gloomy Monday afternoon, reading from a statement that reflected a courage and moral clarity that has gone AWOL from his party, pleading with the tens of thousands of people watching online to understand that some lines can never be uncrossed.

“We must not attempt to exercise power we simply don’t have,” declared Van Langevelde, a member of Michigan’s board of state canvassers, the ministerial body with sole authority to make official Joe Biden’s victory over Trump. “As John Adams once said, 'We are a government of laws, not men.' This board needs to adhere to that principle here today. This board must do its part to uphold the rule of law and comply with our legal duty to certify this election.”

Van Langevelde is a Republican. He works for Republicans in the Statehouse. He gives legal guidance to advance Republican causes and win Republican campaigns. As a Republican, his mandate for Monday’s hearing—handed down from the state party chair, the national party chair and the president himself—was straightforward. They wanted Michigan’s board of canvassers to delay certification of Biden’s victory. Never mind that Trump lost by more than 154,000 votes, or that results were already certified in all 83 counties. The plan was to drag things out, to further muddy the election waters and delegitimize the process, to force the courts to take unprecedented actions that would forever taint Michigan’s process of certifying elections. Not because it was going to help Trump win but because it was going to help Trump cope with a loss. The president was not accepting defeat. That meant no Republican with career ambitions could accept it, either.

Which made Van Langevelde’s vote for certification all the more remarkable. With the other Republican on the four-person board, Norman Shinkle, abstaining on the final vote—a cowardly abdication of duty—the 40-year-old Van Langevelde delivered the verdict on his own.
thats some of the best fiction writing I have ever read,,,

thanks,,
 

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WTF is that. Not a single fact regarding the fraud is presented and that somehow debunks fraud... okay.

Further, it's more election fraud than voter fraud that is at play in Michigan. Although both are relevant.
 

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Now this is a pretty good read:




After five years spent bullying the Republican Party into submission, President Donald Trump finally met his match in Aaron Van Langevelde.
Who?
That’s right. In the end, it wasn’t a senator or a judge or a general who stood up to the leader of the free world. There was no dramatic, made-for-Hollywood collision of cosmic egos. Rather, the death knell of Trump’s presidency was sounded by a baby-faced lawyer, looking over his glasses on a grainy Zoom feed on a gloomy Monday afternoon, reading from a statement that reflected a courage and moral clarity that has gone AWOL from his party, pleading with the tens of thousands of people watching online to understand that some lines can never be uncrossed.

“We must not attempt to exercise power we simply don’t have,” declared Van Langevelde, a member of Michigan’s board of state canvassers, the ministerial body with sole authority to make official Joe Biden’s victory over Trump. “As John Adams once said, 'We are a government of laws, not men.' This board needs to adhere to that principle here today. This board must do its part to uphold the rule of law and comply with our legal duty to certify this election.”

Van Langevelde is a Republican. He works for Republicans in the Statehouse. He gives legal guidance to advance Republican causes and win Republican campaigns. As a Republican, his mandate for Monday’s hearing—handed down from the state party chair, the national party chair and the president himself—was straightforward. They wanted Michigan’s board of canvassers to delay certification of Biden’s victory. Never mind that Trump lost by more than 154,000 votes, or that results were already certified in all 83 counties. The plan was to drag things out, to further muddy the election waters and delegitimize the process, to force the courts to take unprecedented actions that would forever taint Michigan’s process of certifying elections. Not because it was going to help Trump win but because it was going to help Trump cope with a loss. The president was not accepting defeat. That meant no Republican with career ambitions could accept it, either.

Which made Van Langevelde’s vote for certification all the more remarkable. With the other Republican on the four-person board, Norman Shinkle, abstaining on the final vote—a cowardly abdication of duty—the 40-year-old Van Langevelde delivered the verdict on his own.
The impeached president trump's devoted RWNJs cannot believe any Republican would choose their personal integrity over accepting all the lies told by the impeached president trump, and then refuse to defend those lies and actively help overturn the will of 80 million voters.

Yes, the impeached president trump planned to make the United States into a carbon copy of his buddy Putin's Russia, but the will of rational voters prevailed over his devoted RWNJs.


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WTF is that. Not a single fact regarding the fraud is presented and that somehow debunks fraud... okay.

Further, it's more election fraud than voter fraud that is at play in Michigan. Although both are relevant.
What fraud?
 

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WTF is that. Not a single fact regarding the fraud is presented and that somehow debunks fraud... okay.

Further, it's more election fraud than voter fraud that is at play in Michigan. Although both are relevant.
What fraud?
The "fake voter fraud" that the OP was supposed to debunk.

Rather comical how you come to a thread about it but pretend to not know what is talked about. The mind of the leftist is dumb as a brick.
 

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WTF is that. Not a single fact regarding the fraud is presented and that somehow debunks fraud... okay.

Further, it's more election fraud than voter fraud that is at play in Michigan. Although both are relevant.
What fraud?
The "fake voter fraud" that the OP was supposed to debunk.

Rather comical how you come to a thread about it but pretend to not know what is talked about. The mind of the leftist is dumb as a brick.
What voter fraud? I haven't seen any voter fraud. Except that orange guy who keep lying about how he won the election.
 

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