Think You’re Up to Date on All the Challenges to the 2020 Election? Think Again.

 

A good and dear friend of ours, who just happened to have also been one of the best lawyers ever produced by the Louisiana Bar, Mike Walker (a most worthy adversary, and I have the scars to prove it!), recently sent out a message about an invaluable treasure trove of information about the 2020 Election and offered his own analysis of the findings of that study. The website he referenced can be accessed here, and I cannot recommend it too highly, especially for those of us, and I include myself in that number, who thought we were well informed about( a) the totality of the irregularities in that election and the number of legal actions taken to try to remedy those problems and (b) just how blatant the mainstream media lies about the suits filed by or on behalf of President Trump really were and how corruptly inaccurate they were in their incessant bleating about the fact that they were all, or almost all, about claims of fraud.

Here are the highlights of Mike’s analysis:

It’s raining, and I’m recuperating from back surgery.  So out of sheer boredom, I got to looking around on the internet, prompted primarily the Stasi raid on Trump and the hit on Rep. Scott Perry.   ….

I’ve gotten real tired of hearing from the media that Trump/Trump supporters have “lost every lawsuit brought to challenge the election” and that there has never been any evidence of fraud produced to maintain these suits.  Well, as a Supreme Court Justice once said, “There are liars, damned liars, and there are God-damned liars.”  Put the media and the Dems behind Door #3.

If you go to https://election-integrity.info/2020_Election_Cases.htm, you will find an excellent breakdown of all election cases filed to date, with tabular descriptions of all 2020 Presidential Election-Related Lawsuits.   A physicist by the name John Droz, Jr., compiled it  apparently aided by a group calling itself “Promoting American Election Integrity,” whose website contains this and a number of other reports offered in an effort directed toward advocating making voting easy and cheating hard.  What you will find is very granular—the author(s) put a lot of painstaking research into this project—but the takeaways put the lie to the popular version advanced by the media, that there has been nothing but failure for interests seeking to challenge elections.  Examples:

–there have been 92 decisions, but only 30 decided on the merits;

–of those 30, 22 were decided favorably to Trump/GOP or Trump interests;

–5 cases involved Trump, his campaign, or the GOP as a or the defendant;

–of those 5, 4 were decided on the merits, 3 favorably to GOP defendants.

The other 62 cases did not reach adjudication on the merits.  Primary among them were dismissals for lack of standing (i.e., voter who filed as plaintiff had never registered to vote), mootness (the complaint resolved without the court’s intervention), the complaint was untimely or subject to the defense of laches (whoever filed it waited too long or conditions had evolved making it manifestly unfair to allow the lawsuit to go to decision), jurisdiction (court found it had no legal authority to entertain the claim) or ripeness (the condition complained of had not evolved to the point causing injury which could be addressed by the court).

What inspired me to write this, though, is that mainstream reporting has disingenuously invited the public to believe that all of the election-related cases sought to throw out election results due to fraud, and resulted in courts’ rejection of that allegation.  Another complete and utter falsehood.  Of the cases dismissed or withdrawn for mootness, lack of standing, etc., the claims were in large part objections to poll observer access; requests to sequester ballots until after election day; failure of the state to enforce absentee ballot deadlines; use of unreliable voting machines; legality of no-excuse absentee voting; and unsolicited mailing of absentee voter registration applications, to name those comprising the majority of the claims.  Thus, the media would have you believe that Trump interests/GOP went to trial on whether cheating had occurred to such an extent that the vote totals were illicitly skewed in Biden’s favor.  To the contrary, every one of the 92 cases dealt with election rules, voters, machines or processes, and very few got to the merits on those.  But NONE ever adjudicated a claim that elections were thrown to Biden through fraud, as the media would have you believe.  The issue has simply never been tried.  Of the 92 cases filed, 51 were about election rules; 33 were about election processes; 3 were about voters’ qualifications or fulfillment of state law requirements for voting; and 6 were about voting machines.  While these 6 conceivably might have decided the issue of whether fraud had changed the election outcome, none of them ever got to the merits; some are still pending.  One, O’Rourke v. Dominion, which conceivably could have gotten to the stage where the court would opine on whether skullduggery had in fact taken place, was couched as a civil rights action on behalf of 160 million voters seeking damages against Dominion, Facebook,  Mich. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer,  Ga. Secy. of State Raffensperger, and a host of other public officials around the country.  On a Motion to Dismiss, the court found that the plaintiffs had failed to state a claim for relief legally cognizant under civil rights law and therefore lacked standing to bring the suit.  The case was thrown out without ever getting to the merits of the plaintiffs’ claims.  Trump/GOP were not plaintiffs in this suit.  BUT THAT IS THE CLOSEST ANY CASE HAS COME TO A COURT DECIDING THE “ISSUE OF ELECTION FRAUD.”

I send this primarily because I keep talking to people who seem to think that every case which has involved election issues was filed by Trump and resulted in a court holding that there was no evidence of fraud, or that the election was not stolen.  Such a perception is a stunning win for the Dems and their media, in that they have fooled a significant portion of the population.  They are, as Gingrich said yesterday, “Bad people doing bad things.”  So maybe I’m just behind the curve and everyone already knows what I’ve set forth above, but I don’t get that impression from the people I’ve spoken with.

Recently, I stumbled upon news about the creation of a truly wretched group in DC (dare I say: but I repeat myself?) named The 65 Project, created to try to get every lawyer who represented President Trump disbarred, suspended, or disciplined in some way for having the ghastly temerity to advance a client’s cause in a Court of Law. My post about this group can be accessed here, and I noted the name was based on what they understood was the number of cases filed by President Trump, every one of which, according to these Masters of the Universe, was unsuccessful for some reason or other. Here is the way it describes its purpose:

Right after the 2020 election, Trump’s Big Lie Lawyers filed 65 lawsuits across swing states to overturn the legitimate election results. Finding the assertions baseless and riddled with false statements, Republican and Democratic appointed judges uniformly dismissed the lawsuits.

Once you read this analysis, you will more fully appreciate the depths of depravity to which so many of our “betters” have sunk. The above statement is, quite simply, one lie after another, a fact that will become crystal clear after you read this set of factual reports on the actual cases filed regarding the 2020 Election.

As I am technologically still residing in the Paleolithic Era, I was unable to include the entire graphic analyzing the cases and their disposition, but I urge all, with full credit and appreciation noted to the group “Promoting American Election Integrity” and to friend Mike for unearthing this invaluable source, to go to the link above and study this report for yourself. It will be time well spent in readying yourself for the inevitable jousting with the stalwarts of the regime, a thankless task if ever there was one.

God Bless America!

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  1. Gary Robbins Member
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    I was unable to reach either link.  I would like to see verification of the assertion that Trump won some 30 lawsuits.  Trust but verify.

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  2. Hoyacon Member
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    I am not attempting to debunk this info in anyway.

    But it conflicts with the alleged “conservative” case against election fraud that @garyrobbins has called to our attention and used for statistical analysis of the results.

    I’ll be reading Mr. Walker’s stuff a bit later.  Thanks.

     

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  3. Gary Robbins Member
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    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    I am not attempting to debunk this info in anyway.

    But it conflicts with the alleged “conservative” case against election fraud that @ garyrobbins has called to our attention and used for statistical analysis of the results.

    I’ll be reading Mr. Walker’s stuff a bit later. Thanks.

    The truth will set you free.  I have to be open to read points of view that I disagree with.  I just have never heard of some some 30 lawsuits won by Trump or the GOP, only 1 lawsuit that did not impact on the results of any state.

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  4. Jim George Member
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    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    I am not attempting to debunk this info in anyway.

    But it conflicts with the alleged “conservative” case against election fraud that @ garyrobbins has called to our attention and used for statistical analysis of the results.

    I’ll be reading Mr. Walker’s stuff a bit later. Thanks.

    The truth will set you free. I have to be open to read points of view that I disagree with. I just have never heard of some some 30 lawsuits won by Trump or the GOP, only 1 lawsuit that did not impact on the results of any state.

    Here is a link that just worked for me—- https://crimeofthecentury2020.com/promoting-american-election-integrity—it takes you to their website and the referenced report is #6 in the list. Please let me know if you continue to have difficulties with the link and I will endeavor to get it straight as I want to be sure all interested parties can have full access to what I saw. By the way, I have not looked at the other reports but there is a considerable list of what appear to be most interesting reports by State and otherwise. Jim

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  5. Hoyacon Member
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    Jim George (View Comment):

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    I am not attempting to debunk this info in anyway.

    But it conflicts with the alleged “conservative” case against election fraud that @ garyrobbins has called to our attention and used for statistical analysis of the results.

    I’ll be reading Mr. Walker’s stuff a bit later. Thanks.

    The truth will set you free. I have to be open to read points of view that I disagree with. I just have never heard of some some 30 lawsuits won by Trump or the GOP, only 1 lawsuit that did not impact on the results of any state.

    Here is a link that just worked for me—- https://crimeofthecentury2020.com/promoting-american-election-integrity—it takes you to their website and the referenced report is #6 in the list. Please let me know if you continue to have difficulties with the link and I will endeavor to get it straight as I want to be sure all interested parties can have full access to what I saw. By the way, I have not looked at the other reports but there is a considerable list of what appear to be most interesting reports by State and otherwise. Jim

    This seems to work also.

    Note interior link to table.

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  6. Vince Guerra Member
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    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    I am not attempting to debunk this info in anyway.

    But it conflicts with the alleged “conservative” case against election fraud that @ garyrobbins has called to our attention and used for statistical analysis of the results.

    I’ll be reading Mr. Walker’s stuff a bit later. Thanks.

    The truth will set you free. I have to be open to read points of view that I disagree with. I just have never heard of some some 30 lawsuits won by Trump or the GOP, only 1 lawsuit that did not impact on the results of any state.

    That’s not surprising at all. I’ve given you this information six times previously, by the way, but here we go again…

    https://election-integrity.info/2020_Election_Cases.htm

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  7. Vince Guerra Member
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    Jim George (View Comment):

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    I am not attempting to debunk this info in anyway.

    But it conflicts with the alleged “conservative” case against election fraud that @ garyrobbins has called to our attention and used for statistical analysis of the results.

    I’ll be reading Mr. Walker’s stuff a bit later. Thanks.

    The truth will set you free. I have to be open to read points of view that I disagree with. I just have never heard of some some 30 lawsuits won by Trump or the GOP, only 1 lawsuit that did not impact on the results of any state.

    Here is a link that just worked for me—- https://crimeofthecentury2020.com/promoting-american-election-integrity—it takes you to their website and the referenced report is #6 in the list. Please let me know if you continue to have difficulties with the link and I will endeavor to get it straight as I want to be sure all interested parties can have full access to what I saw. By the way, I have not looked at the other reports but there is a considerable list of what appear to be most interesting reports by State and otherwise. Jim

    I had issues with the original link as well. Not surprising because sites that post this data have a short shelf life. Here is another site that breaks it all down by state. https://electionfraud20.org/

    It’s the best I’ve seen. They also have a telegram channel with daily info as more is revealed. https://t.me/ElectionFraud20_org

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  8. Flicker Coolidge
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    Jim George (View Comment):
    https://crimeofthecentury2020.com/promoting-american-election-integrity

    This worked for me.  The “–it” is removed from the end.

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  9. Hoyacon Member
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    Here is John Droz on YouTube.

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  10. Saint Augustine Member
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    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    I was unable to reach either link. I would like to see verification of the assertion that Trump won some 30 lawsuits. Trust but verify.

    It’s not “Trump” winning lawsuits. It’s people concerned with the illegalities in the 2020 election.

    Start with Teigen v. WECI’ma make this easy for you, ok?

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  11. David C. Broussard Coolidge
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    As with most of these discussions, it all depends on where you draw the line. One can cherry pick only cases filed after the election and come up with one success rate or go back to before the election and find a different one. One can say that dismissed cases count as losses,  or one can only look at cases decided on the merits.

    People tend to pick the data set that fits their narrative. Much like Michael Mann did with his hockey stick graph on warming Temps.

    In the end only two things matter. The most important is that Joe Biden was able to claim victory and become President. The second is that there were numerous irregularities in how the election was conducted. If people cannot agree on both of those points,  it’s not worth talking to them. Lastly,  when it comes to the irregularities, I’d like to believe that no one wants to see those irregularities in the future and working to stop that is to all of our benefit. Looking at the proposed legislation by the Dems we know that they want them to continue and even be expanded. That should tell you everything you need to know about them and how they feel about elections.

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  12. kedavis Inactive
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    David C. Broussard (View Comment):

    As with most of these discussions, it all depends on where you draw the line. One can cherry pick only cases filed after the election and come up with one success rate or go back to before the election and find a different one. One can say that dismissed cases count as losses, or one can only look at cases decided on the merits.

    People tend to pick the data set that fits their narrative. Much like Michael Mann did with his hockey stick graph on warming Temps.

    In the end only two things matter. The most important is that Joe Biden was able to claim victory and become President. The second is that there were numerous irregularities in how the ek ctiin was conducted. If people cannot agree on both of those points, it’s not worth talking to them. Lastly, when it comes to the irregularities, I’d like to believe that no one wants to see those irregularities in the future and working to stop that is to all of our benefit. Looking at the proposed legislation by the Dems we know that they want them to continue and even be expanded. That should tell you everything you need to know about them and how they feel about elections.

     

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  13. David C. Broussard Coolidge
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    David C. Broussard (View Comment):
    The second is that there were numerous irregularities in how the ek ctiin was conducted

    Egads, typing on my phone leads to some really weird words.  ek Ctiin = election

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