Americans should see 2020 and the January 6 riots as a wake-up call to the future our nation faces should election integrity not be restored.
One must wonder how seriously the Georgia secretary of state takes its fraud investigation if its staffer frames those who violate state law as merely ‘trying to exercise their right to vote.’
The tangled web of voter reform laws, the Trump voter fraud accusations, and the Secretary of State Office’s findings show why we need more digging on what happened in Georgia.
“Every time we think we’ve reached the peak of Fulton’s elections mismanagement issues, more comes to light,” Raffensperger recently lamented.
A new ad lambasts Democrats for their deceitful maligning of Georgia’s election security law, which resulted in tomorrow’s MLB All-Star Game being moved.
While Democrats and their partners in the press push the Jim Crow canard, they ignore the real disenfranchisement that took place in the mess of the 2020 election.
The vice president claimed voter ID laws are unfair to rural Americans because “there’s no Kinkos, there’s no OfficeMax near them.”
There was both an audit and a statewide recount confirming Joe Biden’s victory, but ignored in the process was evidence that nearly 35,000 Georgians had potentially voted illegally — more than Biden’s margin.
The Supreme Court’s response to the arguments made in attacking Arizona’s voting-integrity provisions expose the folly of the Biden administration’s lawsuit against Georgia.
From claiming Georgia lawmakers are racist to relitigating 2020 voter fraud cases, the Biden Department of Justice’s complaint against Georgia would be laughable if it weren’t so frightening.
For each of the challenged provisions, DOJ’s complaint alleges black voters are burdened more than white voters in Georgia’s new voting law.
Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III, a fellow at The Heritage Foundation and a Reagan administration member, filed an amicus brief Monday in New York.
Judge-Executive David Voegele in Oldham County, Kentucky, wrote a letter calling out Coca-Cola for malfeasance and demanded the removal of its products.
A Republican-controlled county in the state of North Carolina moved to ban Coca-Cola vending machines from office buildings.
The Job Creators Network filed suit Monday in a federal New York City court seeking $100 million in damages – the estimated amount of economic impact.
A major county in Georgia will be examining absentee ballots from the 2020 presidential election to check for fraudulent activity.
Sen. Jon Ossoff called out Apple for its business practices, but the Georgia Democrat holds a stake in Apple stock worth millions, according to Senate financial disclosures.
The ruling class did everything in their power to make sure what happened in 2016 — a Donald Trump election victory — would never happen again in 2020.
More than 100,000 fans packed Atlanta’s Truist Park this weekend for a three-game series between The Braves and the Philadelphia Phillies.
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