Three Michigan RINOs Censured After Election Report

Back in June, The Michigan senate released a report which claimed that there was no “systemic” fraud in Michigan.

Now, we have this.

Three RINOs have been censured by the Macomb County Republican Party.

The Republican Party in one of Michigan’s largest counties voted Thursday to censure three GOP lawmakers who serve on the Senate panel that found no evidence of widespread fraud in the state’s 2020 election.

The Macomb County party’s executive committee voted unanimously in favor of the resolution, according to Mark Forton, the party’s chairman; Lisa Mankiewicz, the vice chairwoman; and Terence Mekoski, a former GOP state Senate candidate who was at the meeting.

Also at the meeting, the Republicans said, was Matthew DePerno, an attorney from Kalamazoo who has helped lead the effort to question election results. The Senate’s election report accused DePerno of spreading “demonstrably false” information.

The Macomb County GOP’s resolution to censure Sens. Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan; Lana Theis, R-Brighton; and John Bizon, R-Battle Creek, focused on the Oversight Committee’s suggestion that Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel investigate those who pushed false claims “to raise money or publicity for their own ends.”

An audit is still being blocked in Michigan: