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Michigan Rep Daire Rendon: “I Am In Receipt Of Evidence Reflecting Systemic Election Fraud In MI”


The allegations just keep coming don’t they?

I think we could be on the precipice of something really big. Arizona and Georgia are already places where some really ground shaking developments have come to light recently.

New York is facing a lot of heat over its own local elections as well, Pennsylvania might be next, and finally we now have Daire Rendon of Michigan saying she has proof of fraud.

Our system appears to be broken ladies and gentlemen.

According to reports Rep. Rendon is speaking out, and claiming that she has evidence that fraud occurred in her own state.

Let’s take a look at her claims:

9&10 News reported:

She says she has a report from cybersecurity experts with two new claims, a wireless modem found inside voting machines and another connected to foreign IP addresses.

“We know there was a data breach on November 5th and on the 17th,” said Rendon, “One of those IP addresses was registered to the Ministry of Education data center located in Taipei, Taiwan.”

One thing she did not touch on is how any possible data breach would override the paper ballots used. The ones used in the 250+ audits already performed on the election.

“I mean, it is so plain and simple and so many of the purveyors of these theories ignored evidence to promote a false narrative,” said Sen. Ed McBroom, the author of the report.

The Oversight Committee hoped their report would squash false claims of fraud, it seems like it hasn’t. Nobody knows what the next step will be, but the state is not offering a forensic audit, like the group with Rendon is calling for.

The Detroit News showcased Rendon in the election integrity fight since late last year:

Maddock and Rendon were among a group of Republicans who tried to enter the building but were turned away. Rendon didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Tuesday.

“Our Republican electors felt that they needed to be seated today, too, due to all the irregularities in the past election,” Rendon said last week.

The suit says the plaintiffs seek “to restore the constitutional authority and duty of the legislative bodies of their respective states in the selection of presidential electors to correct ‘the tumult and disorder’ and lawlessness.”

“Plaintiffs hope a constitutional crisis can be avoided,” the suit adds. “There is time before the January 20, 2021, inaugural of the president and vice president for the court to require the state legislatures to meet and consider post-election certification of the presidential electors.


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