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Months after the election, credible evidence of voting fraud remains unexplained, raising doubts over the election results. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how Democrats and lawmakers could finally put the question to rest.

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One of six charged in plan to kidnap Michigan governor pleads guilty

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Ty Garbin, one of the six men who have been charged for planning to kidnap Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, pleaded guilty to conspiracy on Wednesday in a Grand Rapids federal court after agreeing to a plea deal with prosecutors.

Hours after prosecutors filed the plea agreement in which Garbin pledged to fully cooperate with them, he appeared before Judge Robert J. Jonker of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan in a change-of-plea hearing.1 As part of the plea deal, the government agreed not to charge Garbin with other related crimes.

The plea agreement, signed Tuesday, said Garbin still faces a maximum sentence of life imprisonment and a $250,000 fine.

In May, Whitmer had spoken about death threats she and others had received after initiating rigorous COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions in the state. Armed demonstrators appeared at the state capital in protest of the restrictions.

An October federal criminal complaint said Garbin and the five other men had plotted to kidnap the governor at her vacation home and blow up a bridge to delay law enforcement vehicles coming to her aid.

Members of the group “stopped at the M-31 highway bridge on the way, where (they) inspected the underside of the bridge for places to seat an explosive charge,” the criminal complaint said.

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Michigan GOP Dumps Official Who Voted to Certify Election Results

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The Michigan Republican Party has chosen to drop the member of its party who voted to certify the state’s disputed presidential election results, instead putting forth the names of three others for the Board of Canvassers including one who sought to have the state legislature reclaim its authority over the electojrs.

Michigan GOP Chairwoman Laura Cox submitted the names of Linda Lee Tarver, Tony Daunt, and Tori Sachsin to replace Aaron Van Langevelde, whose term expires Jan. 31, a letter to Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Jan. 8, The Detroit News reported.

Van Langevelde voted with two Democrats on Nov. 23 to certify the vote, making it 3-0 despite numerous claims of fraud and other irregularities.

The other Republican on the board, Norm Shinkle, abstained, saying his home was the focus of Democrat demonstrators and he received 7,000 emails and more than 40 phone calls – many of them threatening – demanding he vote for certification.

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“The mentality here was whoever threatens the most wins,” Shinkle said.

In a statement Monday quoted by The Detroit News, Van Langevelde said he was never contacted by the Michigan GOP if he wanted to serve a second term and stood by his vote.

“My conscience is clear, and I am confident that my decision is on the right side of the law and history,” the statement said.

Whitmer has until Wednesday to select one of the three nominees.
(Newsmax)

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VIDEO: ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT ON ELECTION FRAUD WITNESS IN MICHIGAN!

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Key witnesses are being taken out. Fourth one this morning. MSM hiding everything.
Will dig up the others and publish, if possible. We only got this because of doorbell cam. Police seizing all videos.

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