NTD reporters interviewed Angelic Johnson, a poll challenger who worked at the TCF Center in Detroit the day after Election Day. The TCF Center has been at the center of voter fraud allegations.
“Working there, I saw a few of our lawyers being put out, and the cheers that went up when that happened,” said Johnson.
Other participants said it was important to preserve America’s foundational values. They said election integrity relates directly to America’s identity.
“We need to have a full and complete audit. Let us see if in fact the opposition lost, and how they lost. It does no good for transparency, in fact, it is intransparent, it’s opaque, to prevent this from happening. To cover it up and to tell people to just accept what they are told. That’s not consent of the governed. That’s not how it works in our constitution, and that’s not a republic,” said Jack Sterns.
“We want to preserve what our country is about, we want to preserve our democracy, and we need to defend our republic at the same time. We need to make sure that our senators here are held accountable, otherwise we are no better than any other country, we are not a great country like America anymore,” said Micah Johnson.
“We are a bastion here, we are a country like no other. If this country goes, the world will go with it. … You have to look at our morals have really degraded in our country. Moral integrity plays into everything. … I’m asking all our elected officials to have moral integrity, look on your faith and draw from that. We are here to support you morally as well, through our faith,” said Mark Egerer.
The Michigan public hearing lasted for about seven hours.