Learn more about RevenueStripe...
You Might Like

When people do the right thing, you should always be rewarded for it. Well, not all the time. Sometimes doing a good deed should be enough.

That being said, people should never be punished for doing the right thing. If you do something right and get punished for it that is the most nonsensical thing that someone could ever think of because at the end of the day, aren’t we all supposed to try to do the right thing?

Take a look at the recent election, there are people that tried to do the right thing by saying that things were not right with the ay that the votes were counted, and now there are people that are wanting to punish those people.

The Midwest, hard working down to earth Americans who mostly want to be left alone. What baffles me is the reality that the fine people in the wolverine state have elected a psychopath governor, Gretchen Whitmer, and a modern-day Gestapo tyrant Attorney General, Dana Nessel.

Governor Whitmer has developed an infinity for locking down and controlling her states’ citizens like an increasing work camp. Her excessive stay at home orders were finally ruled unconstitutional by the Michigan Supreme Court.

The AG seems to get off threatening to arrest anyone, including the President for holding “Super Spreader” events in her state.

Now she is at war against the 1st Amendment. She is targeting American citizens, in this case, “whistleblowers”, who through sworn testimony and signed affidavits, are sharing their experiences concerning election fraud on November 3rd and 4th.

Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel issued a public threat to whistleblowers against electoral fraud in her state: Shut up and fall in line, or potentially be prosecuted. For what you might ask, calling out election fraud in the state of Michigan.

She responded to former state senator Patrick Colbeck’s whistleblower testimony. Colbeck was on the voting center floor as tens of thousands of mystery ballots were delivered to the absentee voter counting board in Detroit on election night.

Nessel made the comment that whistleblowers may be prosecuted for a crime if they come forward to authorities. Colbeck has not gone to Nessel, who has threatened to prosecute Republican leaders who refuse to certify the fraudulent vote before an investigation, with his first-hand testimony.

“I can confirm that Patrick Colbeck has never made a complaint of election fraud to the Michigan Dept of Attorney General. If he had, we would have fully investigated said claim,” she wrote in tweet.

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.