Michigan Lawmakers Release Readout of White House Meeting With Trump That Sent Liberal Media Into Apoplectic Meltdown

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"Trump did not apply any over pressure on the lawmakers..."
When news broke late in the week that President Trump had "summoned" top Michigan State lawmakers to a White House meeting on Friday, as his campaign continued to challenge votes from heavily Democrat parts of the state, the so-called "mainstream" media lost their collective minds as they wildly speculated about all sorts of unconstitutional, dictatorial, banana republic-like stuff Dr. Evil had in mind.

The "likely agenda," fretted a Politico contributor, would involve "the felony of attempting to bribe a public official." Turns out the lapdog media's latest hysterical meltdown was much ado about nothing.

@Richard_Primus is right. And even if the MI lawmakers do meet with Trump. they'd better make 100% clear that they're not even considering doing Trump's bidding in violation of MI law and in defiance of the rights and wishes of MI voters. https://t.co/P1h4zixbIZ — Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) November 20, 2020

This tweet from "genius" Rep. Elissa Slotkin, who represents Michigan's 8th Congressional District, was even more hilarious.

"History has come for Speaker Chatfield and Senator Shirkey, who have been summoned to the White House, ahead of Monday's State Board of Canvassers' meeting meant to certify Michigan's results. These two men will soon have to choose between our democracy, and fealty to one man."

"Fealty," via Merriam-Webster: "the fidelity of a vassal or feudal tenant to his lord; the obligation of such fidelity." [Cue the scary organ music.]

History has come for Speaker Chatfield and Senator Shirkey, who have been summoned to the White House, ahead of Monday's State Board of Canvassers' meeting meant to certify Michigan's results. These two men will soon have to choose between our democracy, and fealty to one man. — Rep. Elissa Slotkin (@RepSlotkin) November 19, 2020

Anyway, after the private meeting ended, Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and House Speaker Lee Chatfield issued a readout, as reported by BizPac Review, in which they said they were…
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