According to Philadelphia magazine, Marie Beren, 67, faces federal charges for participating in a voter fraud scheme from 2015-2019. The outlet said Beren faces four charges related to voter fraud, one of which is conspiracy.
Funny how they claim it ended on 2019, am I right?
Regarding Jan .6, some Brit at the Guardian claims ‘If it were the UK, police would have opened fire’: the explosive film about Trump’s Capitol Hill rioters, Funny, they did. Police in the UK don't even carry gun ordinarily. And, from PM, in the real insurrection, Portland Police say they can’t respond to riots because of Democrat-passed law prohibiting use of crowd control tools. Meanwhile the hanging judge was sober, at Da Wire, Obama-Appointed Judge Sentencing Non-Violent Jan. 6 Defendants To More Prison Time Than Asked
BREAKING: 138 Legislators from 38 States Write a Letter to the American People Calling for a 50-State Audit, Decertification Where Appropriate, and Possible Convening of the US House of Representatives pic.twitter.com/ksv1OiEW9C— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) October 15, 2021
In this year's governor contest in Virginia, Haut Hair cites WSJ in Dems rely on big guns in Virginia as early voting plummets and the NYT McAuliffe's other obstacle in Virginia race: Dems' apathy. No wonder, AllahPundit sees a Trafalgar poll of Virginia: Youngkin 48.4, McAuliffe 47.5. At the WaT, Alleged rape of teen girl in school bathroom tests McAuliffe’s stances on transgender, parent rights (more on that late). Guy Benson at Town Hall has More Evidence that Yes, Critical Race Theory is Being Taught in Virginia Schools, Despite McAuliffe's Lie. Lying scum weasel.
You’re gonna want to read this one.— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) October 15, 2021
In June 2020, a guy named Stephen Robeson held a “National Militia Conference” in Ohio. He pestered ppl tied to “militia” groups around the country to go.
But Robeson isn’t a militiaman —he’s a longtime FBI informant:https://t.co/LuDukNXoAz
Loudoun County School Board Member Resigns Following Daily Wire Investigation. “Beth Barts, a far-left member of the Loudoun County School Board, has resigned from her position. . . . Barts’ resignation comes amidst criticism of the Loudoun County School system, and a recent Daily Wire report that the superintendent of the school district misled the public when he claimed at a June 22 meeting that, to his knowledge, there were no records of assaults in school bathrooms.”
She currently faces a special prosecutor over her efforts to organize harassment of parents criticizing the Board.
HE, Pennsylvania Votes to Withdraw from National School Boards Association. Insty,
DEAR ATTORNEY GENERAL GARLAND: The four conservative members of the U.S Commission on Civil Rights (including me) wrote a letter to Garland about his infamous memo: “We have combed the internet for signs that parents petitioning school boards are anything approaching a national problem. Nearly all of what we have seen so far makes us proud to be Americans: Parents care about the education of their children, and they are not willing to allow them to be indoctrinated into a radical ideology. It is always possible that a few of these parents have gotten out of hand and made threats that they should not have. If so, law enforcement is entirely appropriate. But is there evidence that local law enforcement is not up to the job? Why is federal intervention needed here and not in the thousands of other unrelated cases of overheated exchanges that occur regularly across the country? Why does this case call for federal intervention? Is it surprising to you that concerned parents across the country view your memorandum as an endorsement of the [National School Boards Association]’s description of their protests as comparable to ‘domestic terrorism’?”
I hope Garland gets thousands of letters.
Weasel Zippers, Teachers Union Boss Randi Weingarten Agrees With Letter That Calls Protesting Parents ‘Domestic Terrorists’… Ilana Mercer at Town Hall, American Kids Can't Read, Write, Or Do Math, But Are No 1. In Critical Race Theory. Whoopee!
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