Senate Oversight Committee meeting to discuss election irregularities

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LANSING, Mich (WLNS) – This Michigan’s Senate Oversight Committee heard testimonies from individuals that believe they experienced irregularities during the ballot counting process at the TCF Center in Detroit.

Currently, it’s unknown who will be testifying in the hearing today, but the committee is accepting written statements from anyone interested in speaking.

The hearing began at 10:15 a.m. in Lansing, inside room 1100 of the Binsfeld Office Building, located at 201 Townsend Street.

Dozens had three minutes to tell Michigan’s Senate Oversight Committee about what they say happened and about how they believed the election was unfair. Many of the claims include voter fraud and people believe some of the ballots were dumped.

Michael Dabiel says, “I was at the TCF Center at 10 A.M. TO 5 A.M. in Detroit election night, I saw some things that I thought were concerning.”

Outside of the senate building many people gathered holding signs that say stop the steal and Trump 2020. Although there hasn’t been any evidence the election was rigged, Mark Murewski says, “Our election was stolen.”

Jack Sterns testified today because he just wants proof, “I said if Joe Biden won the election fairly if he won Michigan fair and square I will accept that but there needs to be an absolute assurance that this was decided fairly.”

This morning the Democratic party released this statement saying “false claims of illegal actions at the TCF Center have been debunked by the court system and the lawsuits have been withdrawn or dismissed. the vote has been certified.”

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