Michigan AG’s investigation could lead to indictment of November opponent
Michigan’s Democratic State Attorney General Dana Nessel is asking for a special prosecutor to review a charging request and handle any subsequent prosecutions in an election related case because of a potential conflict of interest.
The conflict? One of the men facing possible charges is Nessel’s November opponent Mathew DePerno, the presumptive Republican Nominee for Michigan Attorney General.
Nessel and Michigan State Police are jointly investigating a conspiracy to unlawfully obtain access to voting machines used in the 2020 General Election.
It is now time for a prosecutorial review of potential charges which include Willfully Damaging a Voting Machine and Malicious Destruction of Property. DePerno is one of nine people who could be charged.
The petition sent to the Prosecuting Attorneys Coordinating Council states quote: “When this investigation began there was not a conflict of interest. However, during the course of the investigation, facts were developed that DePerno was one of the prime instigators of the conspiracy.”
The petition alleges that DePerno and his co-conspirators obtained voting machines under false pretenses from three different counties and took them to hotels or AirBNB’s to perform tests on them. Deperno said in a statement that Nessel is trying to weaponize her office! He added She is running scared & is calling for legal action against me. THIS IS UNPRECEDENTED! Straight from DC, I’m Ray Bogan.