In this hard-hitting Townhall editorial, ACRU Action Fund President Lori Roman calls out the liberal game plan to codify vote fraud. Whatever happens with the Senate COVID-19 bill -- we now know their game.
Russia! They altered votes! They interfered! They elected Republicans! They moved my cheese! Although the ridiculous Russian collusion hoax has fallen into the lake of fire where it belongs, progressive activists, media and politicians could not have harped on it more in 2017 and 2018. And yet, as ACRU Issue Expert Christian Adams points out, domestic voter fraud is just fine with liberals. He notes that voter ID is supported by around 80% of Americans. So, liberal friends, if our voting programs are being targeted by the Russians … why don’t you want to make sure legal votes are protected?
Thanks to ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and Kaitlynn Samalis-Aldrich, a researcher at the Meese Center (founded by ACRU Board Member Ed Meese,) for doubling up on this great article about double voting. Listing numerous recent, demonstrable cases of double voting in several states, they note in particular a history of double voting in Ohio, a state where 56 elections between 2013 - 2017 resulted in a tie vote and 86 were decided by only one vote. There are a lot of cases of double voting that we know about —how many do we not? Voter ID matters. Matching your face to your name to your ballot is a simple fix and the only reason we can think anyone would be against it would be to encourage cheating.
11/12: Former ACRU counsel John Eastman talks about helping the ACRU sue Broward County and what the beleaguered district's problems with voter fraud mean for the country.
10/22: ACRU Policy Board Member J. Christian Adams explains why a citizenship question on the 2020 Census would help safeguard the United States' election integrity.
ACRU Policy Board member J. Christian Adams discusses with Megan Barth, Reaganbabe Radio, the current flaws that are exploited in our election process on KBET AM790, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Don’t expect genuine and civil debates about voter fraud, election integrity, or the very real threat of alien voting in our elections before June 15, or after June 15. Name calling is easier than substantive discussion.
Election fraud is serious. But it’s not as destructive as the sacrifice of America’s republican heritage.