In an interview on Thursday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer attacked Michigan Republicans’ proposal to amend the state voting law. The eagle-eyed audience found a black pillow in the background with a sticker on it. With a portrait of Dr. Anthony Fucci.
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According to Michigan Bridge, the Republican-led Michigan legislature introduced 39 bills this week that would require new voters to be identified, prohibit prepayment of absent mailboxes, limit the number of absent drop boxes, and prohibit the Secretary of State from not being allowed unless requested. Send absentee ballots.
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Whitmer said in an interview that the United States has just got rid of “historical, free, fair, and comprehensive elections.”
“There is no liar, this kind of big lie has existed for a long time and aggravated people’s anxiety, and aroused unimaginable things on January 6. However, the truth is that this is a solution to the problem, which is impossible. Accepted, so if and when these bills arrive at my desk, their purpose is to make it more difficult for people to vote, and they will be rejected.”
Brie Stimson of Fox News contributed to this report