Good Evening, I’m still reporting on the coup.
A Michigan judge has confirmed President Trump’s charges that Michigan
Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson’s orders issued a month before the last
presidential election concerning how signature verification on mail-in ballots
would be handled by county clerks to be invalid because the Sec. of State lacked
the authority to overrule the laws of the state.
According to the written ruling issued by Judge Christopher Murray, the chief
judge of the Michigan Court of Claims:
“The standards issued by defendant Benson on October 6, 2020, with respect to
signature-matching requirements amounted to a ‘rule’ that should have been
promulgated in accordance with the APA.” The APA refers to the state’s
Administrative Procedures Act.