Men Admit To Skid Row Scheme Offering $1, Cigarettes For Fraudulent Voter Registration

By |2020-08-12T10:21:02-04:00August 12th, 2020|

“Four people admitted to offering homeless people money and cigarettes in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms.” Five others are awaiting trial. The slap on the wrist the confessed fraudsters received through an LA court included community service. The last place these fraudsters need to be is in the community. Vote fraud is real, and it is organized.

Sandman v. CNN is a case about fundamental freedoms

By |2020-07-31T15:41:04-04:00July 31st, 2020|

Freedom of the press is an important protection, but does not extend to the media deliberately lying and defaming to make a political point. That CNN settled the lawsuit with a young man it inaccurately maligned is an important precedent. It shows the media’s anti-pro life bias, but also that justice can prevail and reminds us that we must watch the watch dogs to ensure our rights to truth, free speech and assembly remain protected.

USPS failures contribute to suppressing votes

By |2020-07-24T18:23:40-04:00July 24th, 2020|

The current tally of mail in votes voided by California election officials in its March primary is 102,000+. Most were rejected because they arrived too late for counting. Combine the famous inefficiency of the post office with the potential of dishonest officials keeping ballots in the bottom drawer for a day or two, and what you’ve got is stolen votes.

New York election officials skipped math class

By |2020-07-24T18:20:43-04:00July 24th, 2020|

Many important things happen immediately after elections for outgoing, newly incoming, and even incumbent officials. Time wasted counting votes means constituents are ignored and fraud gains an edge. A month after New York’s mail in primaries, winners and losers are still in limbo. New York’s nearly mail-only election is a mess and it’s not going to get better by November.

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