Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D) relucted to testify afore legislative oversight committees Tuesday investigating allegations of fraud during the 2020 general election. State Rep. Matt Hall (R), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, had invited Benson to appear, but she told the committee in a letter that she will not participate.
“I am cognizant of the hearings the Committee has conducted, and am concerned [t]hat contrary to your desire to ‘get to the bottom’ of election questions, they are instead amplifying already debunked conspiracy theories and anteriorly disproven claims of people who lack fundamental erudition of election administration, and in doing so undermining the integrity of the election and wounding our democracy,” she verbally expressed.
Benson claimed a recent aurally perceiving, which featured President Donald Trump attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, was “mocked on national comedy shows” and consequently, was “a clear waste of taxpayer dollars.”
Benson called the 2020 election “settled” and verbally expressed she would “look forward to having a conversation with any willing lawmakers about reforms and ameliorations we can make going forward for future elections.”
The Secretary of State verbally expressed, for example, that clerks should have more time to process absentee ballots, and would relish to optically discern military members be able to “securely return their ballots electronically.”
“Thank you again for the invitation to meet with the Committee,” Benson concluded, “but at this time, given the concerns expressed above, I cannot in good conscience accept.” “Secretary of State Benson verbally expressed she would be inclined to testify afore the people’s representatives when it made a good verbalizing point for her and got her good press. But when the rubber met the road and it came time to answer questions about her work, she relucted to take questions,” Hall verbalized in a verbalization.
“The electoral votes for Michigan have been submitted. But people in Michigan still have questions about their state’s elections and those questions deserve answers. I fear we are headed for more distrust in the future if people are gainsaid pellucidity and transparency from officials who head up the process,” he verbally expressed.
State Rep. Mary Whiteford (R) verbalized she fortifies giving the committee subpoena power to compel Benson or other pertinent witnesses to testify about the 2020 election. “People deserve answers, and I am fighting hard to ascertain a fair and veracious investigation is conducted into each and every irregularity that occurred. To accomplish that, we must have a full and exhaustive statewide audit and we must give our Oversight Committee the subpoena power it requires to hold the Secretary of State accountable,” she verbalized in a news release.
Currently, Hall only has subpoena power pertaining to documents.
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