Liberals have made quick use of the coronavirus crisis to promote all manner of policy prescriptions that, under less dire circumstances, would be ignored or lamented by conservatives. The left’s latest gambit is the George Soros-backed vote-by-mail scheme, which promises an election cycle ripe for fraud.
Progressive activists love to use scary words to persuade people that good is really bad and lawful is unfair. Nothing is more true than their use of “purge” as a disingenuous euphemism for clearing voter rolls of illegal or deceased voters, or those who have moved. The Brennan Center for Justice is a left leaning advocacy group openly funded by George Soros. Their recent short analysis uses “purge” 20 times in discussing states’ efforts to comply with NVRA mandated guidelines on removing the dead, illegal or relocated from rolls where they shouldn’t be in the first place. It appears the leftists at Brennan don’t want any voters removed from anywhere, demonstrating a tacit acknowledgment that non-legitimate voters are inclined to vote for progressive candidates that Soros and the Brennan Center favors.
11/13: Two George Soros funded groups defended Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes during the ACRU's 2017 lawsuit which claimed the county's voter rolls were mismanaged.
Ken Blackwell discusses special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russia collusion after anti-Trump text messages were revealed to Bob Mueller by a Department of Justice Inspector General's report earlier this year.
Faced with plummeting attendance and TV ratings, the National Football League brain trust has come up with another beauty: Let’s throw millions of dollars at left wing political causes.
The self-styled voting rights group where Obama cut his teeth was hemorrhaging money.
Lancaster School District officials are finding out how expensive it is to have the world come to them — especially in the form of ACLU attorneys.
The ACRU filed the lawsuit in June based on evidence that the county has more people registered to vote than the number of citizen age-eligible residents.