Six pole workers cheating, five Electors, four poll watchers, three hanging chads, two spoiled ballots and a phone call from a phone tree.
Alex Nitzberg at JTN, Trump campaign wants Supreme Court to consider Wisconsin election case. I'm sure he does, but it's pretty clear that the Supes are going to stay out of it, unless some new extraordinary development forces them to step in.
From Sundance at CTH, Sidney Powell Gives Her Elevator Pitch to Supreme Court
Dan Chaitin at WaEx has another story on the discrepancy between the number of people who voted in Pennsylvania according to the records, and the number of votes apparently cast, Pennsylvania Republicans find 'alarming discrepancy' twice the margin of Biden's victory
Their analysis, released on Monday by state Rep. Frank Ryan and more than a dozen colleagues, found different vote counts when comparing Election Day data from counties and the Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors, or SURE, system used by Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar. They also raised suspicions about there being tens of thousands fewer votes in the presidential race than overall ballots.
Natalie Winters at TNP reports 368,000 ‘Fraudulent Votes’ Across Swing States
A new report from Department of Justice adviser John Lott concludes that up to 368,000 “excess votes” tipped election outcomes to favor Joe Biden in critical swing states.
Lott, a noted crime and gun researcher, alleged the wide-scale vote fraud plagued the recent presidential election, potentially “account[ing] for Biden’s win in” states such as Georgia and Pennsylvania.
Georgia Election witness speaks: ‘Abnormal 20,000 vote spike’
Michigan AG Dana Nessel Pursues Sanctions Against Lawyers Questioning Election https://t.co/Hb5xckedoN via @BreitbartNews These lawyers are true patriots who are fighting for the truth and, obviously, getting very close. AG should be sanctioned. Fight on!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 27, 2020
In other words, this clearly-compromised judge ruled in favor of her sister's vote fraud organization.
A county agreed to take 4,000 names off the voting rolls. For a very good reason: the Post Office had received a change-of-residence notification from these people, indicating that they had moved and were no longer eligible to vote from their old address.
Stacy Abrams' corrupt sister ruled that just because you've moved out of your address, doesn't mean you can't still vote from there.
If you're a Democrat, at least.
Sundance, Georgia Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections Hearing on Election Laws – 9:00am Livestream. Day 2.
Regarding the two outstanding house seats, which look like they should fall to the Republicans, David Avella at WaEx wonders Are House Democrats prepared to steal two elections? Yes, they are.
Will Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi rob Iowa voters by seating Democratic House candidate Rita Hart instead of the actual election winner in Iowa's 2nd District, Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks?
Hart is challenging the certified election results and seeking for the U.S. House to declare her the winner. The same may occur in upstate New York, where Democratic incumbent Rep. Anthony Brindisi and former Republican congresswoman Claudia Tenney are separated by fewer than 20 votes.
House Democrats refusing to validate certified election results in two closely contested districts is not exactly a crime. However, it certainly would rob voters in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District and New York’s 22nd District of what they decided with their votes. This would unlikely bother Speaker Pelosi, as it would give her two more Democratic votes that are completely beholden to her. It is almost impossible to imagine a single action by Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats doing more to unite House Republicans and becoming more determined in their opposition.
Recently, some House Democrats have openly suggested they might ignore these outcomes and simply seat the Democrats based on the Rules of the House that allow that body to make the ultimate decision as to who is allowed to hold office in the chamber.
It is certainly in Democrats’ playbook for keeping power and control. In 1985, when the Democrats were in the majority in the House, there was a very close election in the 8th Congressional District of Indiana. Republican Rick McIntyre was certified the winner by the Indiana Secretary of State. However, the House Democrats chose to ignore that outcome and seat the Democrat, Frank McCloskey. No Republican Speaker has ever required the House to take such action.
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