Chairman of the Republican Party of Michigan said Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson had sent a memo that “requests the large-scale deletion of election data.”
Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox (Laura Cox) issued a statement on the 4th, saying: “When both parties are calling for the review of votes , Secretary of State Benson requested the deletion of election data (electronic voter list software and related documents). This action once again shows that she puts bipartisan politics above the interests of Michigan people and uses bipartisan politics to cover things that are truly beneficial to Michigan.”
The election office under the Michigan State Council issued a memorandum to the counties of the state on December 1, stating that “the (electronic voter list) must be deleted from all devices within 7 days after the election results are verified (November 30). Software and related documents, unless there is a request for a recount, or the recount has not been completed, or the ballots have to be reviewed but the review has not been completed, or the court or the State Council orders to stop deleting.
The electronic voter list software and related documents mentioned in the above memo are all stored in the laptops and USB flash drives used in this election.
Cox said in the statement: “Given that (Michigan’s) election violations are spread across counties, it is very important that we delete election data after we review the ballots. Secretary of State Benson’s request to delete data is questionable. , What is the Democratic Party covering up?”
“Secretary Benson’s move to request the deletion of election data amidst bipartisan calls for an audit is just another example of her putting partisan politics over what’s best for Michigan.” said Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox. Cox continued, “With election irregularities rampant across the state, it is vital that we have this audit before any election data is deleted. Secretary Benson’s move to delete this data before an audit raises a serious question, what are the Democrats hiding?”
Earlier this week, the Michigan State Department told The Epoch Times that the relevant witnesses “lack of relevant knowledge” and there is no evidence of election fraud .
The Michigan State Senate Oversight Committee held a hearing on December 1. Witnesses included Detroit polling staff and Republican scrutineers. They testified to congressmen that Michigan’s election irregularities and fraudulent activities were rampant, including the Dominion voting machine network, questionable votes counted to the Democratic Party, staff trying to “guide” voters to vote for Biden and the Democratic Party, and not requiring voters to show ID.