Michigan’s Democrat Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was placed on notice by Angelic Johnson, Dr. Linda Lee Tarver, and Kristina Karamo. Karamo is perhaps best known as the host of the Kristina Karamo Project. Dr. Tarver is known for her work as a former Secretary of State election integrity liaison. She spent 29 years in the role.
Phil Kline, director of the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, made a discovery that led to the confrontation. Apparently, the far-leftist group known as Rock The Vote had been given red carpet treatment at Michigan polling centers. This group claims to identify as non-partisan but nothing could be further from the truth.
Karamo claims that the group was provided with all sorts of information when they arrived on the premises. They are said to have received social security numbers, addresses, birth dates, and eye colors for numerous Michigan residents. Kline says that the group was even granted the ability to add names to the voter rolls as they saw fit.
The three ladies decided to travel to Lansing to put a stop to this behavior. When they made their way to Secretary of State Benson’s office, they took video. It was posted on the 100 Percent Fed Up Facebook page that was started by the Gateway Pundit. Dr. Linda Lee Tarver and Angelic Johnson have also been named as plaintiffs in a case that was filed on their behalf against Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.
Rock The Vote should never have been granted access to the personal information of Michigan’s residents.
Rock The Vote should never have been granted access to the personal information of Michigan’s residents. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has been up to a number of other evil deeds, though. This is not the only violation of our democracy that we have noticed. Millions of absentee ballots were set out by Benson, without taking the time to learn more about the specific locations.
She did not even know who was living in these homes when she sent the ballots out. The intended recipients may not have intended to vote and they may not even be alive anymore. This was of zero consequence to her. The Michigan Legislature has specific intent that was violated by Benson and this needs to be discussed.
Reports state that Benson is in hot water for allegedly violating numerous provisions of the process when she decided to start sending unsolicited absentee ballot applications to every household in the state. From there, she only made matters worse by botching the process for online absentee ballot applications.
This process made it so that voters did not even have to offer up an actual signature. This is required by law but it did not take place. Now, the state has been flooded with all sorts of illegal absentee ballots and this is a problem that could have been avoided entirely. These ballots are obviously far less secure than in-person voting. We recall that this is a point that was made by President Trump ages ago.
Courts have been investigating the matter and they agree. These ballots are especially susceptible to fraud. Thanks to all of the irregularities that cropped up during the voting process, the issue has become especially pronounced. The Amistad Project’s litigation has been detailed over the course of numerous affidavits and Wayne County is one of the areas that is said to have been most affected.
Conservative activist Genevieve Peters was present for the protest at Benson’s home and she had strong words for her as well. “This is about the integrity of our election,” she said. “We will not stand for a fraudulent election, and neither should you!” Peters continued. The mere idea that Biden could have won was funny to her.
“You can’t tell me that President Trump got fewer votes than a man that campaigned out of his basement,” she chuckled. “And, you can’t tell me that the guy who campaigned out of his basement got 15 million more votes than Obama!” Sing it, sister!