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We know that President Trump has not been guilty of criminal incitement to violence. We know that because we have transcripts of everything he’s said, and we have clear standards for criminal incitement to violence. He hasn’t met those standards. We know that anyone who says there was no fraud is mistaken. Preview Open

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Let me get right to it. We need a real audit of this election, and that looks nothing like the farce that was just concluded in Georgia, which did not involve any attempt to identify fraudulent votes or verify any of the election records, including something as basic as matching signatures on absentee ballot envelopes […]

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Join Jim and Greg as they welcome growing evidence that coronavirus transmission rates are very low in the schools. Jim explains why the Trump campaign’s accusations of massive election fraud don’t seem to hold water. And they shake their heads as Barack Obama reveals why his Middle East peace efforts went nowhere.

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My wife saw this on a smaller scale in Illinois back in 2006 when she worked as a ballot integrity coordinator. She saw Venezuelan technicians working on voting machines. The GOP then wasn’t interested in fighting this. It is now a threat to our Republic. https://djhjmedia.com/kari/the-kraken-sidney-powell-talks-about-dominion-voting-system-claimscommunists-are-counting-our-votes-on-limbaugh-show/ Preview Open

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National Election Fraud: Evidence of National Chicanery During America’s 2020 Presidential Election by Ammo.com’s lead writer, Sam Jacobs, originally appeared in Thought Grenades, the blog on LibertasBella.com. Source links for the claims made can be found in the original post there. Below we explore the details and the data of what happened across the nation […]

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As the shock of Election 2020 wears off and multiple challenges to count legitimate votes across several states kick into high gear, how will President Trump‘s legal fight end? One of the country’s most respected legal minds, John Hinderaker, President at the Center for the American Experiment and Powerline Founder returns to Whiskey Politics to discuss the rapidly evolving efforts to ensure the integrity of the vote. Find John at https://www.americanexperiment.org/ and http://PowerlineBlog.com.

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https://twitter.com/danielchaitin7/status/1327384533428285441?s=21My wife in 2006 saw Venezuelan technicians fiddling with voting machines in Chicago. She was working for the Illinois GOP to fight voter fraud but they were apathetic. Venezuelan emigres were warning her that Chavez style elections were coming to the US. It appears that we may have achieved that dubious distinction in 2020. Preview […]

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Below we explore the details and the data of what happened in the unassuming State of Wisconsin, nicknamed “The Badger State“, on Election Day. Elsewhere we explore similar efforts in the key swing states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia. Preview Open

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Today I was invited to join a Facebook group called, “People I Think I Should Talk With.” The invite came from an old college friend and I appreciated that he wanted my perspective. Maybe I should have known better. Preview Open

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My apologies to @saintaugustine, I was trying to respond or add to your “Keeping Track of Election Fraud” post and I went over the limit. My two typing fingers are sore and I could figure out how to split my comment in two to stay on thread. I did nt in any way intend to […]

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To recap, Antrim County saw some odd numbers in their voting. One location tallied 2 votes for a local R candidate when one family of 6 all voted for them. This caused them to halt counting and audit. The end result was 6,000 votes that had been tallied for Biden were actually for Trump. This […]

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Politics is a dirty business, and apparently so are elections. Andrew McCarthy is an attorney whom I’ve admired for years. So, when he seemed to state that fraud in elections is inherent in the process, I was very disappointed. But then I realized that his statement was reasonable. And deeply disturbing. It wasn’t the fact […]

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For years I’ve listened to and agreed with the diatribes about the feckless Republican party. Republicans were known for being cooperative, reasonable, even polite in their interactions with Democrats. They would also whine and complain endlessly about lying and cheating they faced, but nothing seemed to change.

People have proposed forming a new party to replace the Republicans, but that might not be necessary. We’ve had a four-year seminar on how to fight back against the Democrats and the media, and it may have been ugly, chaotic, and confusing, but the public is finally taking note: You may not like Donald Trump, but he’s a power to be reckoned with.

We’re watching Trump’s feisty and predictable demands for fairness in this election; that every vote be counted, and that fraud and manipulation are the unacceptable strategies of the Democrats in several states. Those kinds of actions are not new, but Trump is finally telling everyone that the Democrats are not going to get away with these tactics. He is calling them out big-time and will fight tooth-and-nail for the voices of the people to be heard.