Five Courts Have Concluded That MI SoS Jocelyn Benson Conducts Unlawful Elections
Canton, MI, September 25, 2023 –
Legal challenges throughout the tenure of Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson reveal that she repeatedly issues directives to clerks that violate state law. In five separate court decisions, Secretary Benson’s election directives have been deemed unlawful, raising serious questions about the legality of elections conducted under her guidance.
These cases span a range of election-related issues, including absentee ballot signature verification, restrictions on firearms at polling places, poll challenger rights, and election process guidance. The undeniable consensus of these five courts is a disturbing pattern of disregarding the law in election administration.
Furthermore, it is clear that these cases may only reveal the tip of the iceberg. To this day, there remain glaring discrepancies in the accuracy and integrity of election records pertaining to the 2020 general election. Inaccurate voter history data, unbalanced precincts, and even vote tally discrepancies all indicate that the ramifications of this lawlessness are significant. Moreover, Benson’s directives to clerks ordering the unlawful destruction of key election records has given rise to suspicions of efforts to obstruct investigations into election irregularities, further eroding public trust.
Michigan residents and officials nationwide are now confronted with a fundamental question: Can elections conducted under Secretary Benson’s directives be considered valid when five court rulings have declared these directives unlawful?
In the face of these pressing concerns, the demand for thorough audits and accountability is growing louder. The undeniable fact that Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has faced five separate court rulings declaring her election conduct unlawful serves as a stark reminder of the urgent need for transparency, strict adherence to the law, and the preservation of election integrity.
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