(Daniel Payne) A group of pro-Trump representatives in Congress have formed what they have dubbed an “America First” set of policy initiatives, which they say will address domestic issues ranging from Big Tech to immigration to mail-in voting.
(Kyle Becker) A Mississippi judge has discovered what is presumed to be the rarest of election regularities: Fraudulent mail-in ballots.
(Andrew Pollack) I suppose it’s the prerogative of opinion writers to twist the facts to advance their narratives, but that’s not what fact-checkers are supposed to do.
(Jim Hoft) A former FBI special agent spent several hours scouring the over 580,000 registered voters in the Peach State. Derek Somerville found over 57,000 cast ballots in a county DIFFERENT than where they reside. And Derek found over 17,000 ballots with OUT OF STATE mail requests.
(Natural News) A new sworn affidavit from a poll worker in Clark County, Nevada (the home of Las Vegas) details a voter fraud operation by Biden/Harris operatives in the parking lot of a polling place:
(Brian C. Joondeph, M.D.) Back in March, the COVID mantra was, “15 days to slow the spread”, meaning flattening the curve. The purpose was to avoid overwhelming the medical system as no one really knew what we were up against with the Wuhan virus.
(Tom Zawistowski) Most people supporting President Trump in this election are confident that he will get more votes in 2020 than he did in 2016, but they fear that fraudulent mail-in ballots will steal or delay the election results. After analyzing state voting laws — and the 2016 electoral map — I feel confident in saying that neither is a likely outcome.
(Cassandra Fairbanks) Claims from users on the anonymous messageboard 4Chan went viral on Saturday evening, as people said they discovered a way that ballots can be cancelled online in Washington — and that an Oregon voter’s registration can be changed, using just the voter’s name and date of birth.
(Jim Hoft) New Hampshire voters are receiving fake ballots in the mail with personal notes attached. The letter encourages New Hampshire voters to turn in the bogus document.