Michigan Republicans Reject MyPillow Guy’s Election Fraud Allegations in New Report



The Michigan State Republican Party would like the world to know that it does not unanimously agree to the kidnapping of its state governor. Or something.

There is no evidence presented at this time to prove significant acts of fraud or that an organized and large-scale effort to commit fraudulent activity has been carried out in an attempt to subvert the will of Michigan voters. Our clear conclusion is that citizens must be convinced that the results represent the true results of the votes cast by the people of Michigan. The committee strongly recommends that citizens use a critical eye and ear for those who have pushed manifestly false theories for their own personal gain.

And this report is fully prepared to show people how to use that critical eye, and use it like a torch. For example, here is Mike Lindell’s report on the subject, The MyPillow Double-Aught Spy:

Many theories surrounding cyber attacks have been consolidated in the visuals and narratives included in the ‘Absolute Proof’ video series first shown in January 2021 and continuing in June 2021 by Mike Lindell (the video relied heavily on the situation in County Antrim and the ASOG report). In summary, Mr Lindell claims that attacks from foreign and domestic enemies were successful in gaining access to the computers containing the results of the offices of the local and county clerks, as well as the secretary of state. In some cases, the assumed access included the actual tabulators. However, this narrative ignores the multiple levels of the actual electoral process.

Impossible !

Then there’s Jovan Pulitzer, the failed gadget-meister and former TV treasure hunter who claims to be able to tell whether a ballot is marked by a machine or by a human being. Pulitzer also searched New Hampshire, but the Michigan GOP has had enough of him.

Videos and reports of how easily the Dominion’s current voting machines can be hacked from outside Michigan, say Georgia, have never demonstrated a vulnerability in the vote counting or tabulator software. The president contacted various officials in Georgia to understand the testimony and the events in question there. In particular, the testimony of Jovan Pulitzer, who claimed to have on-site access to manipulate the voting files and the vote count, turned out to be false and completely fabricated.

And then the Committee got very serious:

The committee recommends that the attorney general consider investigating those who have used misleading and false information about County Antrim to raise funds or advertise for their own purposes. The committee considers those who promote County Antrim as the primary evidence of a national plot to steal the election are placing all other statements and actions they make in a position of zero credibility.

I can submit a suspect up front. But you will have to go to Florida to serve it.

There is enough bilateralism in the report for the casual reader to understand that this is, after all, a Republican report. But it can also be an indicator that, in Michigan at least, the Big Lie is losing ground among local Republicans. I refuse, of course, to hope on this.

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