Michigan Democrat Reveals Coalition to Rig Elections Against Trump in Battleground States

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson basically admitted that she has launched an unconstitutional effort that intends to partner with other critical states to RIG THE 2024 ELECTION against Donald Trump.

Benson – obviously a Democrat – announced that she intends to “coordinate” with the secretaries of state from six other battleground states in order to fight a “common adversary” come November.

After confessing to having partnered with other Democrat secretaries of state to rig the 2020 election against Donald Trump, Benson said that she and her leftist allies are working even more closely to make sure they can do it AGAIN in 2024.

“One of the things we saw in 2020 was that particularly in battleground states, we are all battling–were all battling–a common adversary, a nationally coordinated effort to undermine the will of the people, before, during and after Election Day,” she said.

 

Benson specifically named the other states she’s working with – Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Nevada – all states which were known for their fraudulent election practices which altered the outcome of the 2020 election.

“And we learned to semi-coordinate with each other in 2020, Katie Hobbs and I — she was secretary of Arizona at the time, she and I are friends, we would talk regularly…”

She carries on, saying that now they have a more closely coordinated effort to handle this “common adversary” AKA Donald Trump.

“Because the battle for the future of our democracy isn’t going to be in the post-election process only, it starts now.

They fully intend to try and rig the 2024 election and they’re not even hiding it.

Watch the video here to see her bragging about the coordinated rigging effort.


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