No conversation about election integrity is complete without understanding the full picture of how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg strategically bankrolled and staffed local government election offices.
While the reports made several significant findings supporting former President Trump’s complaints about the 2020 election, the corporate media ignored those aspects of the audit.
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.
Voting officials worked with a group funded by Zuckerberg to create ballots, strategically target voters, and develop ‘cure’ letters.
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.
What accounts for the New York Times’ change from a dark presentation of absentee voting to a decidedly rosy one? The 2020 election, it appears.
When it comes to leftists protecting their own from accountability, it appears that only the strictest of scrutiny will do.
The efforts of state legislatures to enact new voting protections are in jeopardy if the Supreme Court fails to overturn the latest Ninth Circuit decision.
The losing side needed to know that a fair shake was given, and that justice prevailed, even if it wasn’t the outcome they wanted. That did not happen after Nov. 3.
Time magazine’s article intones the ‘Trump is crazy’ mantra over his claims of a ‘rigged’ election while telling anyone who reads it how powerful people conspired to rig the 2020 election.
Between his two major companies, Amazon and the Washington Post, Jeff Bezos does not hold consistent views on mail-in voting.
If the state senator was in the field working, she certainly was not ‘indefinitely confined’ under the meaning and intent of state statute. So, did she break the law? How many others did?
I suppose it’s the prerogative of opinion writers to twist the facts to defend or advance their preferred narratives, but that’s not what fact-checkers are supposed to do.
Texas argues that the case ‘presents constitutional questions of immense national consequences,’ namely that the 2020 election suffered from serious constitutional irregularities.
Mail-in voting increases fraud and error rates to within election-winning margins, as well as the ability to manipulate election outcomes by contesting ballots.
This is an incredibly dangerous moment for the country and may be a pivotal point in the future of America’s democratic republic. Did we just cross the Rubicon?
Too many irregularities, too many reports of fraud, and too much uncertainty about mass mail-in voting have created a crisis of confidence.
The Pennsylvania Department of State did not respond to The Federalist’s multiple requests for comment, leaving important questions left unanswered, including these.
Mail ballots from Pennsylvania voters who had failed to provide required ID by a Monday deadline will be invalid, rules appellate court.
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