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Witnessed Democratic Rep in Michigan for calling her a liar

Hima Kolanagireddy, who testified before a Michigan House Oversight Committee hearing as a witness to alleged electoral fraud, tried a Democratic lawmaker after being labeled a liar.

The hearing had some notable moments from witnesses and lawmakers that quickly became sensational on the internet.

Democratic MP Cynthia Johnson, the minority vice chairman of the committee, suspended proceedings during Kolanagireddy’s testimony to question the entire hearing and seek the witnesses’ oath.

“You allow people to come in here and lie!” Johnson called to the committee chairman, Republican Matt Hall. “And I know they are lying!”

Hall replied, “You are out of order. I spoiled you and we will move on. “

Rudy Giuliani, Trump campaign legal advisor, threw in the panel, recalling that “every single witness we have introduced here has made an affidavit on all of these facts.”

But it was Kolanagireddy’s response to Johnson that served as a true microphone drop.

“Can I please say something? If you want me to do this, I will, ”she said, referring to her affidavit. “And I’ll still be repeating exactly the same thing.”

“And I would also like to say one thing: if it’s a lie, this can change because a liar has to have a lot of memory,” Kolanagireddy continued. “But if it’s the truth, you can ask me in the middle of the night and it will still be the same.”

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Hima Kolanagireddy stars at the hearing in Michigan

During another part of the hearing, anonymous Michigan State Democrat MP Cynthia Johnson forced a witness to reveal her maiden name, leading to allegations that she was trying to “dox” the woman.

Dictionary.com defines Doxxing as “finding and posting private or identifying information about (a specific person) on the Internet, usually with malicious intent”.

Jenna Ellis, senior legal advisor for the Trump campaign, was not pleased:

It is totally unacceptable that a seated Michigan State Representative would attempt to intimidate and publicly abuse a witness on national television for not liking the witness’ testimony.

Sanctions ??? https://t.co/Ygb4PpZ7lh

– Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) December 3, 2020

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Other highlights of the alleged election fraud hearing

Aside from Kolanagireddy’s admirable abolition of the Democratic legislature, other moments during the hearing stood out as being powerful.

One witness, Melissa Carone, a Dominion-trained IT contractor, became an Internet sensation for her unqualified performance in the witness chair.

“I signed an affidavit under penalty of prison … right?” She asked a Republican legislature on the panel.

Carone went on to say that no additional witnesses will be produced for fear of intimidation.

“I’ll tell you why [more witnesses won’t step forward]”She said.” My life has been destroyed. It has completely destroyed my life. “

“I can’t even get a job anymore because Democrats love to ruin your life,” she added.

Observe their testimony:

Giuliani himself started the fire when Democratic MP Darrin Camilleri referred to a New York Times report indicating that he had discussed a possible pardon with President Trump.

Giuliani urged Camilleri to “be disciplined on this issue” and accused the Democrats of “defaming my character”.

See @darrincamilleri get the wrath of Rudy Giuliani after asking a disrespectful and completely stupid question pic.twitter.com/SHEMtSCWRH

– Roz al Gulag (olPolitiKurd), December 3, 2020

The total contempt for witnesses of alleged election fraud is disgusting.

Asking them questions in an attempt to dispel their allegations is fair game.

Trying to dox them and yell that they are liars is the intimidation tactic of a group of teenagers who have nothing to do.

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