January 17, 2022
Dear PIME supporter,
Hundreds of thousands of American patriots paid with their blood for our sacred right to vote. A free and fair electoral process forms the foundation of our republic. It protects our inalienable right to self-determination. Our vote—our voice—is our sole tool for throwing out the bums when they forget they are there to represent their constituents and abuse their positions.
Lose fair elections, and we Americans will be forced to kowtow to our oppressors.
Just ask the millions of Uyghurs and Christians corralled in “reeducation” slave labor camps and having their vital organs harvested. Ask the hyper-inflation-suffering Venezuelans, reduced to selling their children and eating their pets. How about hearing the opinions of the non-ruling class in Afghanistan, Iran, Yemen, North Korea, Guatemala, El Salvador, Egypt, and nations too numerous to mention on the African continent? Oh wait. These people can’t tell us about their first-hand knowledge of usurper strategies to “fortify” democracies, to pit citizens against on another, to instill fear, and spread misinformation. Their voices have been silenced. Communications? Mobility? Ways to earn a living? Access to schools, food, medicine? Forget about it.
The freedoms we take for granted have never been under greater assault. Each day we seem to face a new challenge in defending election integrity. But we can’t afford to take a break. We can’t allow ourselves the indulgence of wallowing at setbacks. Save fair election or lose them. It’s as simple as that, and today, three situations require our actions:
#1 Action. To quote writer Frank Miele, “Democrats needed to find some way to overcome Biden’s lousy poll numbers and win the midterms despite being massively unpopular. And the only way to do that was a little something called ‘election reform.’” Cheapening the Vote: The Other Inflation
If you oppose a federal takeover of our elections—
If you value voter ID—
If you think it’s disgraceful to legalize ballot harvesting—
If you are appalled at the thought of your hard-earned tax dollars matching, 6:1, donations to candidates you don’t wish to support—
Then email or telephone our two US Senators, Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters. Tell them to vote NO on the so-called “Voting Rights Act.”
Sandie Mackay-Brissette of the Faithful Patriots for Freedom “highly suggests calling” the senators at these numbers. Call all of them:
Senator Debbie Stabenow, stabenow.senate.gov/contact
616-975-0052–west Michigan office
810-720-4172–Flint area office
231-929-1031–Northern Michigan office
313-961-4330–SE Michigan office
906-228-8756–Upper Peninsula office
Senator Gary Peters,peters.senate.gov/contact/email-gary
313-226-6020–Detroit office 844-506-7420 toll free
616-233-9150–Grand Rapids office
231-947-7773–Traverse city office#2 Action. The Board of State Canvassers is meeting this Wed., Jan. 19 to consider a 100-word summary for a citizen petition to restore integrity to the state’s election auditing process. We all need to send an email and attend the 10 a.m. hearing if we are able. Jan. 19, 2022, at the Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Ave. in Lansing.
Email MDOS-Canvassers@Michigan.gov. Submit a written comment in support of AuditMI’s 100-word summary. Urge the BOSC to approve the 100-word summary for an audit initiative petition. Tell them the wording for this citizen initiative is well worded and fair and will help restore integrity to Michigan’s elections.
#3 Action. A little over a week into our efforts to recruit Republican Election Inspectors for the 2022 election, and the Democrats have already begun to try to stop us. Two far left organizations, the ACLU and Indivisible Michigan, have been asking questions and trying to mobilize their followers to deter our efforts.
Help us reach our goal of 100 election inspectors by March. Let’s show the Democrats we aren’t going to let them lock Republicans out of the electoral process anymore. Sign up today at www.mielectionprotection.com.
Thanks for your support and hard work.
For election integrity in Michigan,
Patrice Johnson, Chair