The Hill reports:
A report from the GOP-controlled Michigan state Senate released Wednesday found no evidence of fraud in the 2020 election. “The Committee can confidently assert that it has been thorough in examination of numerous allegations of unlawful actions, improper procedures, fraud, vote theft, or any other description which would cause citizens to doubt the integrity of Michigan’s 2020 election results,” the committee wrote.
The Detroit Free Press reports:
A long-awaited report on the 2020 election from a Michigan Senate committee recommends that Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office consider investigating individuals who have pushed false claims “to raise money or publicity for their own ends.”
The suggestion, which focused on misleading statements about the results in Antrim County, is among the most striking details of the Republican-controlled Senate Oversight Committee’s recap of a months-long examination of the presidential election. The report was released Wednesday morning.
“The committee finds those promoting Antrim County as the prime evidence of a nationwide conspiracy to steal the election place all other statements and actions they make in a position of zero credibility,” the document says.
Attorney General Dana Nessel’s spokeswoman Lynsey Mukomel said the office will review the Senate report in its entirety to determine if a criminal investigation is appropriate. https://t.co/3Zwi854QEu
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