Jocelyn Benson is not only corrupt, but she is not above making accusations that she makes up in her head. She is heading into an election against a very popular opponent, Republican Kristina Karamo. She can’t run against her on the issues because she would get stomped. She can’t against her based on her record just like Al Capone couldn’t. So she needs to rely on pity. That might work. I know I pity her.
Last night, Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips were holding an event in Michigan in which they discussed the crooked dealings in Michigan during the 2020 election, which reflects very badly on Benson and her role of running interference for those who may have committed crimes during the election count. She needed a distraction, so she made one up. She claims that an anonymous friend got second-hand information that President Trump called for her assassination.
Now, that’s what I call a credible source. Not the imaginary friend, but Benson herself. She is as solid as a pocketful of sand. Do you really believe Trump would call for her to be assassinated? Arrested? Yes. Charged with treason? Absolutely. But, assassination? I was born on a Monday, but it wasn’t last Monday. She happened to tell that story just before she was about to be shredded. How convenient. But, if you believe that, I have some land in Florida I’d like to sell you. It’s surrounded by water…………. on all six sides.
Hundreds of ballot traffickers were able to dump tens of thousands of ballots into Michigan drop boxes to steal the election for Joe Biden.
So Jocelyn Benson had to think of some kind of distraction. Moments ago she told NBC News that President Trump called for her arrest and assassination. She heard this through a second-hand source.
And the fake news mainstream media is running with it!
Business Insider reported:
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson told NBC News that President Donald Trump suggested in a meeting that she should be arrested and executed for treason after the 2020 election.
Benson, the state’s chief election official, said she heard about the comments from “a source familiar with Trump’s White House meeting,” per NBC News. It is unclear when or in what context Trump made the alleged comment.
“It was surreal and I felt sad,” Benson told NBC News.
“It certainly amplified the heightened sense of anxiety, stress and uncertainty of that time — which I still feel in many ways — because it showed there was no bottom to how far he and his supporters were willing to stoop to overturn or discredit a legitimate election,” she added of Trump.