Proper-wing fraudster allegedly behind sequence of robocalls spreading voting misinformation in Detroit

Benson went on to tweet that “Attorney General @dananessel and I will use every tool at our disposal to dispel this & other false rhetoric & seek justice on behalf of every voter who was targeted & harmed by this vicious attempt at voter suppression. Please report similar false info to [email protected]

Benson and our democracy received good news on Wednesday. A Court of Claims judge ruled that Benson was within her rights as secretary of state to send all 7.7 million registered voters in the state of Michigan absentee ballot applications. Republican operatives are still trying to invalidate these ballots before the election. This is because the fewer people vote, the less of a democracy we have, and the Republican Party does not want a democracy anymore (if they ever did).

Jacob Wohl is sort of what would happen if the portrayal of Caligula by John Hurt in I, Claudius had the creativity and charisma of a box of Milk Duds and became a real live boy. And while he and Jack Burkman are considered “fringe” in some circles, the fact-free conspiracy hokum that they peddle is not much different than what is being passed off as real by the president of the United States.

As fellow Daily Kos staff member Christopher Reeves has pointed out, Wohl and Burkman represent a form of domestic terrorism that works feverishly to pump misinformation and divisiveness into the political process. Their job is to obfuscate the facts of every situation in the hopes of creating a chaos out of which the most fascistic and racist entities can continue to hold power.

Here’s a recording of the robocall.

Friday, Aug 28, 2020 · 1:05:55 AM +00:00

Walter Einenkel

Per comments down below, similar robocalls with bogus voting information meant to deter people from voting by mail has been reported in Virginia and Chicago, and also New York.


My friend’s elderly parents in New York received a vile robocall attributed to Jacob Wohl, which lies about mail-in voting.

The audio file he sent me sounds identical to the one that sparked a Michigan AG probe.

— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) August 27, 2020

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