Conspiracy Theorist Mellissa Carone Won’t Shut Up, So a Republican Clerk Sued Her

The lawsuit filed Friday in Macomb County Circuit Court marks the latest clash between Michigan Republicans who are turning on themselves less than three months before the general election. 

According to the lawsuit, which was filed by attorney Michael Balian, Carone accused Grot of “running his elections using illegal procedures,” accepting bribes from a man sentenced to 11 years in prison, and taking money from “an illegal immigrant to turn in a lottery ticket.” 

Carone also claimed Grot committed bribery when he received $200,000 from the Michigan Republican Party’s administrative account when he was running for secretary of state in 2018. The party was accused of making the payment in exchange for Grot dropping out of the race. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel decided not to file criminal charges in the case. 

Interestingly, Grot cannot be accused of being insufficiently loyal to former President Donald Trump, as he was one of the Republicans who agreed to serve as a fake presidential elector in Michigan as part of Trump’s scheme to stay in power.

Mellissa’s twitter account says she’s a “Model, mom, pa†riot. Devout Chris†Ian.”

Detroit Metro Times

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