Hima Kolanagireddy, testifying as a witness to alleged election fraud before a Michigan House Oversight Committee hearing, took a Democrat lawmaker to task after being called a liar. 

The hearing had several notable moments from witnesses and lawmakers who quickly became sensations on the internet.

Democrat State Rep. Cynthia Johnson, the Minority Vice-Chair on the committee, interrupted proceedings during Kolanagireddy’s testimony to call into question the entire hearing and demand the witnesses be placed under oath.

“You’re allowing people to come in here and lie!” Johnson shouted at Committee Chair, Republican Matt Hall. “And I know they’re lying!”

Hall responded, “You’re out of order. I’ve indulged you, and we’re going to move on.”

Rudy Giuliani, legal counsel for the Trump campaign, interjected and reminded the panel that “every single witness we’ve presented here has sworn an affidavit as to all these facts.”

But it was Kolanagireddy’s response to Johnson that served as a veritable mic drop.

“Can I say something please? If that is what you want me to do, I will do it,” she said in regards to making her claims under oath. “And I will still repeat the exact same thing.”

“And I also want to say one thing, if it is a lie it may change because a liar has to have a lot of memory power,” Kolanagireddy continued. “But if it is 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 Michigan Hearing

During another portion of the hearing, the unhinged Democrat Michigan State Rep. Cynthia Johnson forced a witness to give her maiden name, leading to accusations that she was trying to “dox” the woman.

Dictionary.com defines doxxing as “search for and publish private or identifying information about (a particular individual) on the internet, typically with malicious intent.”

Jenna Ellis, the senior legal adviser to the Trump campaign, wasn’t happy about it:

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More Highlights From The Alleged Voter Fraud Hearing

Aside from Kolanagireddy’s admirable takedown of the Democrat lawmaker, other moments stood out as impactful during the hearing.

One witness, Melissa Carone, a reported Dominion-trained IT contractor, became an internet sensation for her no-holds-barred performance in the witness chair.

“I signed an affidavit under penalty of prison … Did you?” she asked a Republican lawmaker on the panel.

Carone proceeded to explain that more witnesses aren’t coming forward because of fears of intimidation.

“I’ll tell you why [more witnesses won’t step forward],” she said. “My life has been destroyed. My life has been completely destroyed because of this.”

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

Watch her testimony: 

Giuliani himself brought the fire when Democrat State Rep. Darrin Camilleri referenced a New York Times report indicating he had discussed a possible pardon with President Trump.

Giuliani demanded Camilleri “be disciplined for that” question and accused the Democrat of “defamation of my character.”

The utter disdain expressed towards witnesses to alleged voter fraud is disgusting.

Asking them questions to try and dismantle their accusations is fair game.

Trying to dox them and shouting that they are liars are the intimidation tactics of an unhinged group of juveniles.