Trump calls them ‘true patriots who are fighting for the truth’
By Joe Kovacs
Published December 27, 2020 at 4:04pm
The top law-enforcement officer in the state of Michigan is looking to punish lawyers who have challenged the results of the 2020 presidential election, claiming the lawsuits include “intentional misrepresentations.”
Attorney General Dana Nessel, a Democrat and open lesbian, says she’ll pursue action against attorneys who filed vote-fraud lawsuits amid claims that Dominion Voting Systems machines were electronically switching votes intended for President Donald Trump to votes for former Vice President Joe Biden.
“You know if you will have your name attached to it, and you have made intentional misrepresentations of facts to the court, I absolutely believe that you ought to be held accountable,” Nessel told reporters, according to Michigan Radio.