Carra Says Nessel Must Not Abuse Power In Election Investigation
By: Mike Stiles -
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
LANSING – State Representative Steve Carra says that Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is being monitored.
Over the weekend, Carra, a Three Rivers Republican, and some of his colleagues, announced they are monitoring Nessel's investigation of individuals making claims of election fraud. After introducing legislation calling for a forensic audit of the 2020 election, Carra stands undaunted by Nessel's threats. Carra says the threats, if acted upon maliciously, would constitute abuse of power, violating the fundamental rights of individuals claiming there was voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Carra won a lawsuit against the Secretary Of State in October 2020 that led to an amended advisory protecting the rights of poll challengers. The amended advisory should have ensured that poll challengers would be able to conduct the critical oversight that the so called “most secure election in history” would require.
The advisory was largely ignored by election officials in the 2020 general election. Carra says it's no wonder people have questions about the validity of this past election. He says the Secretary of State illegally relaxed the signature verification process and also send out unsolicited absentee ballot applications, among many other questionable tactics.
Carra pledged to stand up for the people of Michigan and if the Attorney General brings forward a frivolous or corrupt prosecution, she must be impeached.
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