The following article, Michigan SOS Candidate Kristina Karamo Travels to Arizona Forensic Audit as State Republican Lawmakers Refuse to Act, was first published on Big League Politics.
Michigan Secretary of State candidate Kristina Karamo traveled to Arizona recently to observe the forensic audit of ballots that has the cheaters incredibly nervous.
Karamo will be giving her report on what she saw during a press conference on Tuesday. Big League Politics will be in attendance covering the event live. The video can be seen on our Facebook page on June 15 at 11am EST and will subsequently be uploaded to our Rumble account.
Even though she is only a candidate, Karamo is leading in a manner that no elected official in the state of Michigan has the courage to do. Not one single Republican lawmaker joined her during her recent trip to Michigan.
“If the Democrats have nothing to hide, what’s the problem with a complete audit,” Karamo has said. She has credibility that her challengers do not because she was in the trenches fighting the immense fraud that occurred during the ballot tabulating process.
Big League Politics has interviewed Karamo about the fraud she saw on election night as a poll challenger in Detroit and how Republican leaders in the state largely looked the other way:
“On the 13th edition of Big League Politics Live, Michigan secretary of state candidate Kristina Karamo appeared to discuss her experiences as a vote fraud whistleblower.
Karamo observed improprieties on election night and beyond as she was one of the poll challengers attempting to stop the coordinated rigging that was taking place by Democrats in Detroit. She explained how Republicans were disenfranchised and intimidated by the gangster operation perpetrated by Democrats.
“I support a complete full forensic audit. I support us completely revamping the way we handle elections in the state of Michigan,” Karamo explained.
“We have to get to the bottom of 2020 before we can have any meaningful election reform… Not just for meaningful election reform, but for the future of our Republic, it’s paramount,” she added.
Karamo also explained how Republicans in the state of Michigan dropped the ball repeatedly, and, if roles were reversed, how Democrats would have never acted in such a manner.
“If you had an army of Democratic volunteers, going to their Democratic legislators, with evidence of Republicans engaging in election corruption, they would be all over it. The press would be all over it. They would not sweep it under the rug,” she said.
If Karamo defeats far-left SPLC operative Jocelyn Benson to become the next secretary of state, she intends to remove all hyperpartisanship from the post and ensure a fair process for all Michigan residents.
“I don’t care how you vote, what you believe, that’s none of my business. If I’m elected secretary of state, the responsibility is to make sure that the elections are run per the law,” Karamo said.
“The fact of the matter is we feel a certain way because of what happened in 2020… This should be a bipartisan issue, but unfortunately those wishing to corrupt the election process are trying to make it seem like we are just a bunch of Trump sycophants or this is just about disgruntled Republicans. No, this is about protecting the Republic and protecting every voice,” she added.“
Activists with the Michigan Trump Republicans and other groups are going to drop off tens of thousands of signed affidavits to the state capitol in Lansing demanding a forensic audit on Thursday. More information can be found about Karamo’s campaign at kristinaforsos.com.
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Author: Shane Trejo
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