A Michigan state lawmaker was seen on Tuesday wearing a button that prominently featured the letter “Q” while he attended a rally outside the state capitol in which he questioned the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election . Detroit News-A rally endorsed by former President Donald Trump despite no evidence of widespread fraud.
State rape. Dare Rendon (R) wore a gold cue and a button featuring an American flag, telling the newspaper that he had somehow worn it in reference to a high-level security clearance within the Department of Energy—”That’s it. It is,” he said.
She reportedly denied that this was in reference to QAnon, an internet conspiracy theory that claims Trump was robbed of the 2020 presidential election and that his agenda was stifled while in office by a slew of diabolical pedophiles who also runs the Democratic Party.
Rendon did not respond to a request for comment Businesshala To clarify the meaning of the button.
Tuesday’s Rally Allegedly The crowd drew up to 400 people—more than the originally expected 100.
Trump promoted the incident last week, saying in a statement Friday that participants in the “Big Michigan Rally” will “demand forensic audits of the 2020 presidential election scandal.”
Michigan More than 250 audits of election results were conducted at the state and local levels in the months following President Joe Biden’s victory. The audit confirmed Biden’s victory in the state by more than 150,000 votes. On Monday, Michigan’s attorney general and secretary of state announced charges against three people accused of voter fraud in the 2020 election, but Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said the charges show only “rare circumstances when fraud If it happens, we catch it and hold the criminals accountable.” He also urged Trump supporters to “stop spreading lies” about the election results.
After Election Day last year, Rendon filed oath Claiming to have impeached Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer, claiming he exceeded his emergency COVID powers, and signed a court case Seeking to reverse the election results, claiming that Dominion voting machines were rigged against Trump. Both those attempts were baseless and ended in failure. Across the country, Trump supporters relentlessly litigate after his loss, in hopes that courts would overturn the election results. But the judges, many of whom were appointed by Trump, have repeatedly dismissed the lawsuits. With the lawsuits lacking any significant evidence to support the fraud claims, Trump-supporting 2020 election conspiracy theorists have shifted their focus to large-scale, legally questionable audits of election results. By far the most notable of these took place in Arizona, where more than 2 million Maricopa County ballots were counted over a period of nearly five months. An audit conducted by a cybersecurity company whose CEO is known to advance conspiracy theories was completed last month. It concluded that Biden won Arizona by a wider margin than the official results, on which the audit has no effect. The effort cost Trump supporters nearly $6 million.
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