A lot emoting leading up to the attempt by Democrats to ram through the federalization of elections. 'Bonchie' at Red State claims Joe Manchin Folds Like a Wash and Wear Suit when he let HR 1 go to a debate. From Breitbart, Mitch McConnell says Democrats Want to ‘Rig the Rules of American Elections Permanently’ in Their Favor. Of course they do. At Da Wire, Obama Pushes Voting Rights Bill While Claiming He Tries Not To ‘Weigh In’ On Issues In D.C. and sundance at CTH, With Marching Orders From Obama The Senate Prepares to Ram Through The Federal Takeover of Elections. At the Peacock, 'Not acceptable': Obama slams GOP plan to filibuster voting rights bill. From PM, WATCH: White House uses Jan 6 Capitol riot as justification for federal voting legislation. Yeah, they'll turn all the states into Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona and Wisconsin. That'll shut 'em up! Capt. Ed at Hot Hair, Progressives' cri de coeur: "Where is the President?" on HR1
And then, CNN, Senate Republicans block signature Democratic election bill in key test vote, Fox, Republicans block 'rotten' election reform bill in Senate as VP Harris presides over debate, Reagan McCarthy at Town Hall, It's Over: Senate Republicans Defeat Corrupt 'For the People Act', sundance, Senate Republicans Block Advancement of Democrat Federal Election Takeover Bill, Schumer Vows to Keep Trying. I don't doubt it. John Sexton at Hot Hair, 'Seething' progressives demand end to filibuster as Republicans block Democrats' voting bill. Fox, Kyrsten Sinema: Dems hypocritical for trying to end filibuster after using it 'just last year'. Capt. Ed, Sinema to progressives: Pound sand. Stephen Kruiser at PJ Media's Morning Briefing: Progressives Are Having a Rough Time and It's Glorious.
But, they never quit trying. It's not over 'til the Fat Lady sings. HuffPo, Democrats To Introduce Bill To Combat Election Subversion As Part Of Voting Rights Push. Byron York at WaEx, Democrats' voter ID debacle. In a world where you need to show ID to do almost anything, most people think having to prove who you are to vote is a good idea. And speaking of the Fat Lady singing a different tune, from WaPoo, all of a sudden Stacy Abrams and other Democrats signal a shift toward accepting voter ID laws. Jazz Shaw at Hot Hair, Warnock: Who, me? I've always supported voter ID. The Political Insider opines Bad-Faith Democrat Attacks On Election Integrity Are Failing Life is hard.
One of the plaintiffs, a Yale graduate student, was asked in a deposition to explain why returning his ballot was difficult. He explained it was a 30-minute walk to his nearest post office. He was then asked if he knew of Google and if he had used it to look for a closer mailbox.
He stated that he had not used Google or done any other research to find closer mailboxes. The student was unaware of the USPS mailbox six blocks away from his apartment or that he could use the mailbox at his apartment complex.
Matt Margolis at PJ Media (VIP) has Five Things Democrats Could Do To Convince Us They Don't Want Widespread Voter Fraud
It comes down to this formula: When a Republican wins the election was stolen, and when a Democrat wins it was a secure election. Again, Democrats insist that the 2020 election was the safest and most secure election in history, and anyone who won’t take their word on that is a conspiracy theorist.
Dan Payne at JTN, 'Horrendous': Ga. audit lawyer demands full investigation into Fulton County's ballot irregularities. Paul Sperry at RCI, Georgia Conducting Secret 2020 Ballot Review -- Keeping Plaintiffs in the Dark
After several Fulton County, Ga., poll monitors testified last year that boxes of mail-in ballots for Joe Biden looked liked they’d been run through a photocopy machine, state investigators quietly broke the seal on one suspicious box and inspected the hundreds of votes it contained for signs of fraud, RealClearInvestigations has learned exclusively.
Suzi Voyles, Fulton County poll manager: Said state investigators pressured her to recant her account of unusually “pristine” mail-in ballots while sorting through them during last November’s hand recount.
At the same time, a key whistleblower told RCI that state investigators pressured her to recant her story about what she and other poll monitors had observed -- what they called unusually “pristine” mail-in ballots while sorting through them during last November’s hand recount.
“I felt I was under investigation,” said Suzi Voyles, a longtime Fulton County poll manager whose sworn affidavits have been used by election watchdogs to sue the county for access to the ballots in question.
Although the ballots are at the center of disputes about the Georgia presidential race, which Joe Biden won by just 12,000 votes, the state never disclosed its probe to the public or to election watchdogs suing to inspect the ballots.
State officials also neglected to inform the judge hearing the lawsuit that they were conducting such an inspection, even though the judge had issued a protective order over the ballots in January. In a nine-page amicus brief recently filed in the case, attorneys for the office of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger urged Superior Court Judge Brian Amero to deny petitioners’ requests to inspect the ballots, calling them a “fishing expedition.”
TNP, Arizona-Style Audit ‘A Very Real Possibility’ In Pennsylvania and Dan Chaitin at WaEx reports Michigan county requesting state audit of 2020 election results and Paul Bedard at WaEx reports One-third says Biden won ‘only due to voter fraud,’ 80% want voter ID. Henry Rodgers at Da Caller has an EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans Demand To Know How A Left-Leaning Group Allegedly Channeled Private Funds To Election Agencies
The Daily Caller first obtained the letter which was spearheaded by Republican New York Rep. Claudia Tenney who was joined by 13 other House Republicans. The letter mentions that CTCL gave $350 million to nearly 2,500 election officials in 48 states and the District of Columbia in 2020. The lawmakers call on the CTCL to immediately publish their full financial 990s for public review, saying it is the groups legal obligation as a registered 501(c)(3).
“Many state and local entities have reported spending your grant money on expenses as varied and unrelated to COVID-19 as advertising, designing absentee ballots, registering teen voters, automatic voter registration, and even pay raises and new vehicle purchases. An elections supervisor in Lowndes County, Georgia, stated that CTCL was ‘very lenient regarding what we could spend the money on. They put virtually no restrictions on it as long as it relates to the election.’ Furthermore, it appears that 92% of CTCL grants were given to overwhelmingly Democrat-leaning precincts,” the letter states.
From a Bulwark Girlz, a missive To the Man Who Shouted at Me About Stolen Elections, which does nothing to demonstrate the elections wasn't stolen.
Julie Kelly at Am Great maintains that Recent History Suggests FBI Involvement in January 6 "Sadly, the FBI is one of the least trustworthy agencies in the federal government—and that’s saying a lot." And has the receipts. Mike Brest at WaEx, Trump Organization sues NYC after city revoked golf course contract following Capitol riot. Petty. Bob Anderson at Da Fed, Democrats Are Turning ‘Homeland Security’ Into A Political Weapon. Yep.
Alex Nitzberg at JTN, Trump: 'I have not conceded' 2020 loss; might have 'different president' now if not for Pence choice. WaT, ‘Traitor!’: Pence’s bid to unite MAGA, traditional conservatives off to rocky start. I don't blame Pence for his failure of imagination. Hey, you never know unless you try.
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