Tag: 2020 election; voter fraud

This week on Hubwonk, host Joe Selvaggi talks with Ilya Somin, author and George Mason Law professor, about the newly released report on all court challenges to the 2020 presidential election entitled, Lost, Not Stolen, exploring what its authors intended to achieve, what its readers can learn from its findings, and whether such intra-party scrutiny can serve to reassure voters that their concerns about election integrity have had their day in court.

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Dinesh D’Souza’s new film about voter fraud in the 2020 election. will be released next week. He’s bought out the 7:00 pm showing at a number of theaters on 5/2 and 5/4. You can find out if there’s one near you and buy tickets online.  https://2000mules.com/   Preview Open

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Fighting Voter Fraud in Virginia

 

I heard last Thursday about the Friday-Saturday Virginia Election Integrity Summit III about eight miles from my house. Saturday we drove there and found that it was sold out. But they found space for us to attend the morning sessions.

These people are serious. The sessions were detailed. People told about experiencing voter fraud in 2020 and working hard to make last year’s gubernatorial election cleaner. A woman who worked in the Justice Department for 20 years said in the first year of the Obama administration they were told that they would not enforce Section 8 of the Motor Voter Law to clean up voting rolls.
We made many useful contacts. It’s clear that the grassroots will have take the initiative because the Republican Party is not serious about fighting voter fraud. And people like former Attorney General William Barr have their heads in the sand. My wife experienced this when she had a paid position for Illinois GOP investigating voter fraud. Some of the worst roadblocks came from Republicans who had agreements with Democrats not to investigate rampant voter fraud in Chicago. 

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 You might think that Congress threw everything including $600 gold-plated toilets in the soon-to-be-passed $1 trillion Covid Stimulus 3.0 bill. They didn’t reportedly include the toilets, but I’m continuing to read the bill. Stay tuned. If there’s $700 million for the Sudan and $10 million for “gender programs” in Pakistan, there’s gotta be a golden […]

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Most of what we hear about election/voter/ballot fraud in general, and clear indications of substantial amounts of fraud in this election, falls into the category of “everyone knows”; people repeat it because they’ve heard it from someone else, and they want to appear smart.  One example of something “everyone knows” is that voter fraud is […]

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Apprently, the Trump Campaign will be filing even more lawsuits come Monday. Sadly, I don’t think the courts, even SCOTUS is going to provide the remedy here. Even if fraud is conclusively proven – and it certainly can be proven – is there a legal remedy that can be ordered, even by the SCOTUS (Roberts […]

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I made this point on an earlier post about election facts and rumors, but I really think that it’s worth repeating. The election results in Wisconsin are not “fishy” or even irregular. My home state is really weird sometimes when it comes to elections. In the last 12 years we elected Scott Walker 3 times […]

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