Michigan Democrats Openly Plot Election Fraud Scheme in Republican State House Race

Michigan Democrats are openly plotting election fraud in a Republican state house race, colluding to put a stealth Democrat into office as a Republican and urging Democrat voters to illicitly flood the Republican primary race during the Aug. 2 primary.

Failed state house candidate Sarah Schulz is bragging about the plan to put Midland County Clerk Ann Manery, a far-left liberal, into office as a Republican under false pretenses by duping the voters on election day.

“All it takes is a few thousand local democrats and independents to vote over on the Republican side of the primary ballot for Ann. (and NOT cross your ballot and vote for any Dems this time),” Schulz wrote in a Facebook post.

“Ann is pro reproductive rights, pro gun safety, and pro LGBTQ+ rights.  She believes in the validity of the 2020 election (and I think we should listen to her on that one – she is, after all, the county Clerk!). She’s a 30-year+ public servant in our county who has always put people over politics. Regardless of party, I would be honored to have her as my representative,” she added.

Manary is taking on Bill Schuette Jr. in the Republican primary for Michigan’s 95th State House District. Schuette Jr.’s father is Bill Schuette Sr., the Trump-endorsed Republican nominee for governor in 2018. Schuette Sr., the state’s former attorney general, lost to current Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who oversaw the presidential vote steal operation against Donald Trump in 2020.

Manary is clearly a willing party to Schultz’s dishonest and potentially illegal election fraud ploy, reposting Schultz’s articles regularly on her own Facebook page. Manery is coming out of the closet as a liberal in disguise, a fact that she has concealed for decades to serve as clerk in the solidly conservative county of Midland.

Big League Politics has reported on the immense corruption committed by other Michigan clerks who are being brought up on charges of improprieties after looking the other way as fraud occurred in the 2020 presidential election:

Genesee County Clerk-Register John Gleason, who was overseeing the city of Flint during the 2020 presidential election, is being charged with bribing or intimidating a witness as well as neglecting his duties.

Gleason has been charged with felony witness intimidation, which can be punished by up to four years behind bars and a $5,000 fine. His misdemeanor willful neglect of duty charge could be punished with up to one year behind bars and a $1,000 fine.

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