President Donald Trump delivered a 46-minute speech Wednesday railing against what he claimed was a stolen election.
“I was there to just do my job and they didn’t like that simply because I had a GOP lanyard on, even though I’m an unaffiliated voter,” said one poll challenger.
This battle is far too important to be buried by conspiracy-theory accusations from the left and its media, which means it’s far too important to be left to conspiracy theorists.
State legislatures should initiate and oversee their own election audit. Anything less will leave half of America questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 election.
GOP concerns about election integrity are warranted. Americans should focus on three keys to ensuring election integrity, for now and the future.
Michigan State Representative-elect berated and doxxed the chairwoman of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers on a public Zoom meeting.
More could have been done earlier about big-city voting machines, vote tracking and accountability, and the Democratic Party’s long-sought unlimited mail-in voting rules.
Michigan GOP lawmakers are asking the secretary of state to issue a full audit of the general election votes before the state certifies the results.
Eyewitnesses testify they saw approximately 40,000 irregular ballots arrive in vehicles with out-of-state plates during an early-morning poll worker shift change Nov. 4. That’s not even the half of it.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr authorized the Department of Justice to probe ‘substantial allegations’ of voting irregularities.
A Republican poll challenger in Detroit signed an affidavit describing how he was kicked out of the voting center after witnessing ballots processed from ineligible voters.
Nothing has changed since Friday night.
Election workers overseeing the counting of absentee ballots in Detroit are kicking out GOP observers, processing invalid ballots, and breaking the law.
A glitch in software used to tabulate ballots in Antrim County, Michigan caused at least 6,000 Republican votes to be mistakenly counted as Democrat.
The Trump presidential campaign is suing Michigan, saying Republicans were denied access to observe and oversee the opening and counting of ballots in the state.
In the three Midwest battleground states, vote counting irregularities persist in an election that will be decided on razor-thin margins.
The newly announced restrictions also emphasized and extended the use of face masks, including on children as young as 2 years old at daycare, school, or ‘similar indoor settings.’
President Donald Trump is polling better in Minnesota than in Michigan and Wisconsin, which could offset a loss in Arizona to capture a second term.
A week-long trip through these Midwest battleground states talking with ordinary people convinced us the polls aren’t telling the full story.
John Daniel Davidson and Christopher Bedford discuss their recent reporting trip through the Rust Belt on The Federalist Radio Hour.
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