WATCH: Michigan Lawmaker Bombarded with Questions About Trump Meeting — Responds By Singing ‘He Touched Me’

Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey was pressed with questions about his controversial meeting in the White House with President Donald Trump — which also included Michigan Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield, on Saturday afternoon upon his return trip back to his home state.

Notably, after they met with Trump Friday, the duo put out their own statements, which indicated they wouldn’t get involved in overturning the state of Michigan results in the 2020 election — which went blue for President-elect Joe Biden.

Yet, on Saturday morning, Trump via Twitter appeared to assert that the Michigan legislators remained open to proof of widespread voter fraud, which Trump falsely claims exists.

Shirkey, when asked by reporters about his visit to the White House on Saturday, didn’t respond with words. Instead, he sang gospel hymns.

Following his arrival at Detroit Metro Airport, Shirkey reportedly broke out in gospel song.

“Then the hand of Jesus touched me, And I am no longer the same. He touched me, Oh he touched me, And oh the joy,” Niraj Warikoo, a staff writer for the Detroit Free Press reported.

While Shirkey and Chatfield might not have pledged to get involved in overturning the 2020 election in their home state of Michigan, the duo did enjoy drinks at the Trump Hotel on Friday night following their controversial meeting.

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