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 House passed an extreme election bill meant to give Democrats in Congress the “ultimate supervisory power over federal elections.”
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.
Holding Trump accountable for the actions of a handful of rioters is deeply misguided, and conservatives should know better than to support it.
The best way to secure public trust in the outcomes of our elections is to ensure that our elections are trustworthy. Right now, they’re not.
‘We all know that mail-in balloting was widely expanded. We all know and have known for a very long time that that leads to greater opportunities for fraud.’
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.
Illegal electioneering and ballot harvesting by supposedly nonpartisan groups reached new heights in this election.
GOP concerns about election integrity are warranted. Americans should focus on three keys to ensuring election integrity, for now and the future.
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.
The Supreme Court will likely weigh in on Pennsylvania’s handling of mail-in ballots, and notwithstanding the pundits’ claims to the contrary, serious constitutional issues are at stake.
At issue was President Trump’s request for an order changing the way Pennsylvania absentee and mail-in ballots are being reviewed at the Philadelphia Convention Center.
CNN’s Jake Tapper has some thoughts on accepting election results — even after he spent the last four years trying to delegitimize the Trump presidency.
In the three Midwest battleground states, vote counting irregularities persist in an election that will be decided on razor-thin margins.
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