Report and Findings of the Policy Sub-Committee on By-Law Violations
January 6, 2024, Meeting held at 1pm in Commerce Township, MI Possible By-Law Violations
Submitted on January 8, 2024
From the moment on December 16th, 2023 when Chairwoman Kristina Karamo posted the bylaws-compliant January 13, 2024 special meeting, all other special meetings - whether theDecember 27th or the rescheduled January 6th meeting - became NULL AND VOID. No amountof discussion, theories or conjecture can change that fact. And everything that came out of theunauthorized meeting on January 6th, 2024 is likewise NULL AND VOID. This preliminary report also includes additional detailed examples of why the unauthorized January 6th meeting was invalid, deceptive and counter to the true Republican spirit of an open, transparent, deliberative process. The January 6th, 2024 unauthorized meeting, and the manner in which it was conducted, disenfranchised elected State Committee members by deception and diversion, including misappropriating members' signatures, meant for one meeting, and one purpose, to a different meeting with a different purpose. Proxies on the January 6th, 2024 unauthorized meeting were also illegitimately assigned to members without their knowledge or consent. They directed that proxy forms be sent to an unauthorized person in place of the elected Secretary of MIGOP. These tactics continued right up to the point where signatures were released in an email 47 minutes aŌer their unauthorized meeting's scheduled start - leaving no time for the signatures to be verified, or for delegates who had been inappropriately proxied to consider geƫng to the meeting and participating. The following report will show convincingly that the meeting that took place on January 6, 2024, was NOT an official, special meeting of the State Committee and should not be construed as such, regardless of participants' or media pronouncements.