(Kristin) Members of our Supreme Court have the least amount of transparency when it comes to financial disclosure.
(Christine Favocci) Voter identification laws are always racist, except when they’re not.
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(Jack Davis) In a glimpse of the vast reservoir of patriotism that lies beneath the surface of American life, one parent stood tall when the sound system failed before the start of a high school basketball game.
(Ryan DeLarme) Today could be an explosive day in Washington DC as Ninety Republicans have committed to objecting to electoral votes during the joint session of Congress on Jan. 6 according to an Epoch Times tally.
(Mike Adams) A dozen U.S. Senators have signed on to a demand for an emergency 10-day elections investigation commission that would dive into all the known allegations of election fraud and produce a final report. Speculation is swirling that VP Mike Pence will himself invoke this 10-day investigation on January 6th, refusing to open and read the electoral votes from swing states until this 10-day investigation is complete.
(noah) For several days now, we’ve been wondering if there were any Republicans in the Senate willing to stand up for President Trump and challenge the election.
(Andrea Widburg) Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) officially stated that he will object to the Electoral College vote count to be held in the Senate on January 6. May this courageous man be the first of many senators to take a stand against the overwhelming evidence of election fraud. If neither candidate wins enough Electoral College votes on January 6, Trump should win — and it’s all in the Constitution without the need for any strained statutory interpretations.
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(Mike Adams) In today’s Situation Update for Dec. 31st, we reveal Trump’s plan to unleash bombshell evidence in front of Congress on January 6th, right before Congress votes on which slate of electors to accept. The full podcast is embedded below.