Attorney Robert Norton told The Kyle Olson Show this week that election investigations and reform must continue, despite the riot that occurred at the Capitol on Wednesday.
That was the moment when evidence could have been aired during congressional debate, only for it to be dashed when agitators filled the building and disrupted the session.
Norton, a vice president of Hillsdale College who appeared in his personal capacity as a Michigan resident, said, “In Michigan’s case, there’s a long list of questions that have never been answered.”
He said Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson needs to answer questions under oath about the chain of custody for ballots, storage warehouses and who had access to them, and the role outside money — particularly from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg — played in the ballot collection and counting process.
Norton said there are also questions about absentee ballot signature validations.
“There needs to