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Seven Million Voters Registered in Multiple States

“Some 7.2 million people are registered to vote in more than one state, according to data obtained this month by a voter-integrity law firm called the Public Interest Legal Foundation. The data come from the Interstate Crosscheck system, a 28-state … Continue reading

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Red Swamps Blue | Creating a National Precinct Map 

Creating a 2008-2016 National Precinct Map | Decision Desk HQ   full interactive version 

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California cases of alleged voting by illegal immigrants opened in 2016- Zero Found | Statistically Impossible 

California cases of alleged voting by illegal immigrants opened in 2016: Zero According to this article there were 16 million votes in California and not one of them was by a non-citizen. Only one conclusion can be drawn from this study: … Continue reading

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Evidence Suggests Voter Fraud in the 2016 Elections Was Likely – Full Inquiry to Follow

Evidence Suggests Voter Fraud in the 2016 Elections Was Likely “In Florida’s Broward County, one of the swing counties, election employees were allegedly caught filling out stacks of stolen absentee ballots. This was described in a Nov. 3, 2016, affidavit filed by … Continue reading

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Democrats: Left in the Lurch – Trump Benefited From Republican Surge

Democrats: Left in the Lurch REPUBLICANS HAVE A LARGE STATE LEGISLATURE ADVANTAGE. THAT WASN’T ALWAYS THE CASE. Russia had nothing to do with the election.  

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Magical Thinking – Time to End the Electoral College

The New York Times tries to keep it’s left wing happy by promoting an idea that requires 2/3 of congress and a super-majority of states to approve. One problem: the people voting for the change would give up their power … Continue reading

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Faithless Democrats – A Party In Disarray

Democrats turn ‘faithless electors’ in U.S. Electoral College surprise | Reuters Why did Democrats think Republican electors would be faithless? Because that’s what they would do. Democrat fear and hysteria are driven by their belief that Republicans are as mean spirited and … Continue reading

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