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Goes here too DR.........

 

 

1 minute ago, Deranged Rhino said:

 

 

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25 minutes ago, B-Man said:

 


Did those voters check the “Last Wishes” box on the ballot?

 

If so, I think it has to count.

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3 hours ago, B-Man said:

 

 

Nonsense, all we've been hearing from the left is that there is no such thing as vote fraud.

 

You know, like their genius assertions that walls won't work on the southern border because smuggled drugs only get found at official border crossings.

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9 minutes ago, Buffalo_Gal said:

Biden’s Texas Political Director Implicated in Massive Mail-In Ballot Harvesting Scheme in Harris County
 

A Biden Campaign operative in Texas is attempting to rig the 2020 election with the help of others in a massive ballot harvesting scheme, according to two private investigators who testified under oath that they have “video evidence, documentation and witnesses” to prove it. With the help of mass mail-in ballots, the illegal ballot harvesting operation could harvest 700,000 ballots, one Harris County Democrat operative allegedly bragged.
 

The investigators—a former FBI agent and former police officer—claim that Biden’s Texas Political Director Dallas Jones and his cohorts have been “hoarding mail-in and absentee ballots” and ordering operatives to them fill out for people in Harris County illegally, “including dead people, homeless people, and nursing home residents in the 2020 presidential election,”  Patrick Howley of the National File reported.
 

While law enforcement agencies are reportedly investigating these potential crimes, nothing will be done about it until “well after the November 3, 2020 election” the former FBI agent said.
 

Dallas Jones was appointed the Biden campaign’s Texas Political Director in late August.
 

Mark A. Aguirre and Charles F. Marler provided sworn affidavits as part of a class-action lawsuit in the Texas Supreme Court, Steven Hotze, M.D. et al., against Harris County and the state of Texas.


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It's always shady in Philadelphia.........

 

 

 

 

 

Satellite locations ???

 

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Buffalo_Gal said:

Searches must have been up after the debate:
 



 

 

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On 8/5/2020 at 11:20 AM, BullBuchanan said:

I love how people think that receiving a ballot indicates that just anyone can fill it out and it's going to be accepted - like there's no processing steps whatsoever that look for fraud. 

I also love how people point to the cases of people being charged with attempted voter fraud as some sort of example that it's a problem, when in reality it's an example of why it's not because they've been caught.

If you wanted to make an argument about fraudulent ballots at a smaller scale for something like the local school board, I'd listen to that. When you're talking about statewide and federal elections though, it's always going to be a lot easier to suppress to vote, gerrymander districts and use the news cycle to your advantage. Hell, even having people not record the voting numbers is a bigger issue.

Cases of voter fraud are statistically irrelevant in presidential elections.

Reminder. Voter fraud where invalid ballots are counted is statistically irrelevant.

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A Supreme Court Showdown Over Federal Judges Rewriting State Election Laws Based on COVID Is at Hand

 

Over the past four weeks, we have seen a slew of federal district court and appellate court decisions impacting the terms and enforcement of state election laws in several states across the country.

 

As a general proposition, efforts are being undertaken by litigants in numerous jurisdictions to claim that the risk to voters created by COVID 19 is such that (m)any state election laws which impose limits on the ability of voters to cast ballots without having to go to a polling location, or which limit the timeframe within which remotely-cast ballots can be received in order to be counted, constitute violations of the right to vote under the terms of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment.

 

Basically, in the application of “Solomonic” wisdom, federal district court judges are re-writing election codes they find to be wanting in the time of a pandemic, and fashioning new requirements and timeframes which satisfy their sense of propriety — but only for now.  For when the pandemic passes (and Donald Trump is no longer running for re-election), these constitutionally offensive provisions in state election laws will once again be perfectly constitutional.

Got that?

 

Pandemic — Thomas Jefferson is rolling over in his grave that state legislatures would impose such monstrous and draconian limitations on poor and minority voters.

 

Non-Pandemic — Thomas Jefferson rests at peace that the people’s legislatures take care to safeguard a fair electoral process.

See how that works?

 

Without any consistency of reason or justification beyond “Pandemic = limitations bad”, several district court judges have limited or eliminated measures requiring witnessing or confirming signatures of absentee ballots, factual justification for absentee voting, extending deadlines for receipt of mailed ballots, excusing the absence of postmarks on mailed ballots, adopting of a presumption of timely mailing in the absence of evidence to the contrary, mandating that states/counties allow ballots to be deposited in a “drop boxes” without any security features, allowing voters to access voting devices while sitting in their cars, eliminating limitations on third party ability to deliver ballots on behalf of absentee voters, express expansion of “vote harvesting” authorization, etc.

 

As a general rule, the Supreme Court will often step in to decide a case of national significance when two Circuit Courts of Appeal come to opposite decisions on the same or similar issue.  It seems that we may have now reached that point in terms of judicial intervention with the rewriting of state election laws via the granting of “preliminary injunctions” and/or issuing “declaratory judgment” on the merits.

 

We also have state court decisions altering legislative codes by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and via a “consent decree” suspending state election laws in a Minnesota state court.

 

We are now just one month from the election.  The Court begins its 2020-21 session tomorrow.  I expect we will see some filings for relief on these subjects this week.

 

More at the link:

 

 

 

 

 

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