Jazz Shaw at Hot Hair proudly announced Nine Democrats shut down Pelosi's voting agenda, but that appears to have been temporary as Landon Mion at Town Hall reports House Passes Partisan John Lewis Voting Rights Act
The House pushed forward the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act on Tuesday despite zero Republicans voting in favor of it.
The bill, which passed with a 219-212 vote, now heads to the Senate, where it faces an uphill challenge due to the 50-50 split.
At JTN, Voter fraud concerns mounting in tight California recall election "In social media posts and news outlets, proliferating reports detail alleged mail ballot theft, undelivered ballots, compromised vote privacy." This might contribute to distrust too, KCAL, Torrance Police: More Than 300 Stolen Recall Election Ballots Found In Vehicle Of Suspect, Rick Moran, PJ Media, California Man Found Passed Out in Car With 300 Unopened Recall Ballots and Forged Licenses. Just your average Democrat poll worker. 'Tyler Durden' at Zero Hedge, California Man Found Passed Out In Car With 300 Unopened Recall Ballots And Forged Licenses "First, this public service announcement: There is no voter fraud in U.S. elections. Thank you for your attention." Orlando State Sentinel, South Florida ‘ghost’ candidate pleads guilty in vote-siphoning scheme. This one appears to have benefited a Republican.
Rodriguez, 55, was struggling financially when Artiles approached him last year and offered him $50,000 to file to run as an independent, or no party affiliate, candidate in the competitive Florida Senate District 37 race, according to charging documents from the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. The scheme was intended to confuse voters and siphon votes away from the Democratic incumbent, José Javier Rodríguez, and help Republican Ileana Garcia, who won by 32 votes.
Prepare for a decade of blackmail and leaks about sexts and dick-pictures as the Democrats decide to use the nation's spy capabilities against the real enemy, all domestic opposition.
John Solomon at JTN reports Judge questions whether DOJ followed policy in charging InfoWars reporter in Capitol riot
"The events of January 6 were an attack on the foundation of our democracy," Faruqui wrote. "But this does not relieve the Department of Justice from following its own guidelines, written to preserve the very same democracy."
Shroyer was arrested this month on charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct on the Capitol grounds. Prosecutors allege he violated an agreement that he signed after being removed from a 2019 impeachment hearing for heckling a Democratic lawmaker.
DOJ guidelines require approval from the attorney general to investigate or charge a member of the news media with a crime.
So, did Merrick Garland sign off? Inquiring minds want to know.