We have had wins in several places on various Election Voting Integrity issues.
1- When the evidence is actually examined, it is overwhelming.
The Gateway Pundit
QUOTE: The Maricopa County Republican Committee Executive Governance Committee voted unanimously in a voice vote to officially reject the certification of the 2020 Presidential Election.
Similar resolutions have passed unanimously in Wisconsin and Texas.
The Maricopa County full forensic audit and the "2000 Mules" documentary showcased massive findings of voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election.
Both investigations discovered a total of hundreds of thousands of illegal or fraudulent or questionable votes in the 2020 Election.
All Maricopa County Legislative District Chairmen voted in favor of the resolution, and none opposed it.
2- Good news in Wisconsin. Drop boxes will not be used in upcoming elections.
QUOTE: Most absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal and only the voters themselves can return their ballots in person to local election offices, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled.
In the 4-3 decision, the court said the Wisconsin Elections Commission erred when it allowed local election officials to use unattended ballot drop boxes, and that an absentee ballot can be returned by mail or the voter must personally deliver it to the municipal clerk.
The decision will impact the state's primary next month and the November election. There were more than 500 drop boxes in Wisconsin for the 2020 election, and several other states allow their use in some fashion. Absentee ballots made up more than 40% of votes cast in 2020, according to the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
"We should expect drop boxes to essentially disappear from the Wisconsin landscape," said Barry Burden, director of the Elections Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
3- It is shocking that we have to pass laws and referendums to assure that only American citizens have the right to vote, but, that is where we are now.
QUOTE: Ohio voters this fall will vote on a referendum that, if passed, will allow only American citizens to cast ballots. But even though that should be a nonpartisan issue, it wasn't in the Ohio House, Frank Larose, the state's secretary of state, said on Newsmax Saturday.
The Ohio Senate passed the measure to get it on the ballot, said the Ohio Republican. "Unfortunately, the same issue went to the Ohio house and, uh, and passed with very few Democrats voting to support it, so maybe they had a different view over in the Ohio House than they did in the Ohio Senate."
But still, Larose said he believes Americans from both parties "believe that citizenship is important and it has value."
He added that many states do not have laws protecting the vote, and he is hoping to start a trend this week among other secretaries of state at the national convention in Louisiana, which he is attending this weekend.
4- We pray that this woman is defeated in the August primary. She does not represent the people of Wyoming.
QUOTE: Many of the Democrat political elites are funding Rep. Liz Cheney's (R-WY) reelection bid in Wyoming's Republican primary against Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman.
While polling shows Hageman has taken a huge lead with the primary just around the corner, the American donor class has taken notice of Cheney's shrinking chances of retaining her seat on August 16. Fearing Cheney may lose through a series of political miscalculations, establishment donors are coming out of the woodwork to protect one of their own.
One of the Democrats' most prominent donors, film producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, who has funded Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's former presidential campaigns, has donated at least $43,000 to Cheney. The totality of the sum has not been disclosed for unknown reasons.
During the campaign season, Cheney has spent large amounts of time helping Rep. Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) highly promoted January 6 committee hearings. On Thursday, Cheney even accepted President Biden's invitation to attend the televised Medal of Freedom ceremony 1,711 miles away from Casper, Wyoming. It is relatively unheard for a Republican candidate to be seen at the Democrat-controlled White House, far away from her home state one month from Election Day.
Hageman has pushed back on Cheney's opinion of Wyoming voters. "Liz Cheney has lost Wyoming. Liz Cheney doesn't live in Wyoming. She doesn't represent us," Hageman told Breitbart News. "She doesn't represent our values."
5- Good advice from Newt Gingrich.
QUOTE: The Left understands that it cannot tell the American people the truth. This is why the Jan. 6 Committee has been so manipulative and consistently secretive and dishonest.
As I wrote in my last column, I was stunned when Susan Ferrechio of the Washington Times reported that the Jan. 6 Committee "has interviewed more than 1,000 witnesses and obtained more than 25,000 documents related to last year's riot at the Capitol — yet most of the evidence remains a secret."
I described the committee as a show trial in the Soviet tradition wherein the outcome was decided, and the spectacle was meant to educate the public on the authority's version of truth.
I just had not realized how arrogant and open they were about stacking the deck and rigging the game. The Jan. 6 Committee provides a perfect example of the growing totalitarian pressures I describe in my new book, "Defeating Big Government Socialism."
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