Huge: MI Rep Daire Rendon Says She’s “In Receipt Of Evidence Reflecting Systemic Election Fraud That Occurred In The November 2020 Election”

(Republican Insider) – A brand new report published by Gateway Pundit has revealed that Michigan Rep. Daire Rendon, a Republican from Lake City, has decided not to cherry pick the evidence of voter fraud that exists in her state, choosing instead to look at all that has been presented to lawmakers and be objective and open-minded.

In fact, Rendon has chosen not to ignore the will of the folks she represents who are all clamoring for an investigation into the November 2020 presidential election in their state.

During a recent phone conversation with 100 Percent Fed Up, Rendon noted that she’s extremely disappointed in the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee’s report that came out concerning the 2020 election.

“Last week, the MI Senate Oversight Committee Chair Ed McBroom and MI Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, who have both admitted they would consider a forensic audit if Arizona finds meaningful evidence of voter fraud in their forensic audit, released a report stating that they could find no evidence of ‘widespread or systemic fraud’ in Michigan’s November election,” the report says.

“Why would these two MI Republican Senators say they’d consider a forensic audit if they already claim they’ve found no evidence of widespread or systemic voter fraud in the election? Why would Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey say he’s been talking to the Arizona officials and would consider a forensic audit after telling the media last week, ‘I believe what we’ve done in our oversight process is equal to, or more robust than what they’ve been doing?'” The report continues.

“On December 16, House and Senate Oversight Committees sent subpoenas to Detroit and Livonia city clerks, demanding they surrender surveillance video from the TCF Center, hard drives, emails, absentee voter counting board laptops, and other election-related materials. Recently, 100 Percent Fed Up reported about how the House and Senate Oversight Committee chairs are making members of the MI state legislature sign an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) to look at the subpoenaed evidence? So why have committee chairs refused to allow the public to see what they found in the subpoenaed evidence?” It went on to add.

The report from the Michigan Senate ignores all the threats and intimidating behavior that hundreds of Republican and Independent poll challengers were forced to endure at the hands of paid election workers, supervisors, and left-wing agitators.

This report also tries to discredit Mellissa Carone, a contract worker for Dominion who signed a sworn affidavit regarding multiple ballots she witnessed being taken through the voting machines more than once by the paid workers at the TCF Center (screen shot here).

Unfortunately, they aren’t able to prove that these statements by Carone are untrue.

“They claim that workers cannot restart the stack unless they first clear the partial count and start from zero by pressing a button, while Carone has sworn testimony that claims she witnessed the act of re-submitting the same ballots over and over again after the error code appeared,” the report continues.

The Senate report then admits that there were issues with the chain of custody paperwork which includes the city of Detroit’s refusal to replace broken or badly constructed ballot boxes (screen shot here).

With all of this and much much more, Rendon decided to send a letter that was addressed to “The Citizens of the United States of America.”

“I have read and considered the June 23, 2021 report titled ‘Report on the November 2020 Election in Michigan’ from the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee,” she wrote (screen shot here).

“The Michigan Senate Oversight Committee concluded their investigation without examining appropriate evidence, expert reports, and requesting testimony from qualified experts. The report concludes that there was ‘no widespread or systemic fraud in Michigan’s prosecution of the 2020 election.’ And yet, the Oversight Committee Chair stated in his Executive Summary that “this investigation should not be considered exhaustive’ and that ‘every possible investigative avenue was not undertaken,” the letter reads.

“Many Michigan voters believe that the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee conclusion was formed without a proper investigation, and so I encourage attorneys in Michigan and beyond to pursue legal avenues that will reveal truth and transparency to the citizens of the United States,” Rendon said.

Isn’t it refreshing to see a lawmaker actually become interested enough in preserving election integrity that they dig deep into the evidence that has been provided of tampering with ballots with an open mind?

Many folks on the left are still quaking in their boots over the possible outcome of the Arizona forensic audit. Imagine how they will feel if Georgia and Michigan end up going through the same kind of investigation?

Can’t hide deeds done in the dark forever.

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