Is it just me, or there a lot of state level Democrat politicians that are starting to run scared? They’ve locked down their states, killed the economies in those states in many cases, and are desperate to hold on to power.
And, yet, they’ve often won their elections to stay in power. So, what are they scared of?
The answer, in the case of at least one Secretary of State, seems to be: Election Audits.
In fact, this particular SoS told a county clerk saying that the clerk didn’t have the authority to audit or review election records.
Smells fishy to me. Zachary Stieber writes,
The office of the Michigan secretary of state has told two county clerks that they do not legally have to provide access to voting equipment maintained by their office if ordered to do so by county boards.
“The Board has no authority to require you or any municipal clerk to provide external access to voting equipment maintained by your offices, and neither you nor municipal clerks in Cheboygan County should provide this access,” Jonathan Brater, director of the Michigan Bureau of Elections, told Cheboygan County clerk Karen Brewster in a May 20 letter obtained by The Epoch Times.
Another official from the office of Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat, sent a similar letter on the same day to the clerk in Antrim County, conveying the view that the board of commissioners there has no authority to require an audit or compel the providing of election records.
Now, let me be fair. Maybe there is a legitimate reason that Benson doesn’t want to let the county clerk audit the ballots. If that’s the case, I’d love to hear it because, for the life of me, I can’t think of a single reason why they would fear the audit except that election fraud would be uncovered. And we can’t have the truth known about election theft, can we?
What do you think? Is Benson acting because she’s scared of Democrat election fraud being discovered, or is she issuing these letters for another reason? Tell us below.