As a point of reference, on 11 April 2022, I searched on Virtual Mirage using the terms “Cheney, 6 January” and came up with a list of 60 articles published in 2022 that referred to Liz Cheney and her actions taken against the 6 January 2021 protesters.
When she stops pursuing the Americans who protested at the Capitol on 6 January 2022 (and I am not referring to those who destroyed property), then I will think of posting fewer articles on the election fraud of RINOs and Democrats.
Her first as one of our purported elected leaders, but until then, I will continue to post.
In Arizona, Trump lost by 10,457 votes. Over 11K votes were found to have been cast without proof of citizenship
The Washington Examiner explores the review of the Maricopa County 2020 election.
A blockbuster review of Maricopa County’s mismanaged 2020 election by Arizona’s attorney general is raising new questions about the final vote in a state former President Donald Trump was expected to win but lost to Joe Biden by 10,457 ballots.
“We have reached the conclusion that the 2020 election in Maricopa County revealed serious vulnerabilities that must be addressed and raises questions about the 2020 election in Arizona,” said an “interim report” issued today by Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
The 12-page report, reviewed by Secrets, did not condemn the county’s handling of the election outright but raised enough questions about voter identification, ballot handling, and counting to prompt Brnovich to call for a vast tightening of the rules.
It also revealed that he is readying criminal and civil fraud charges against some individuals the attorney general’s Election Integrity Unit has probed.
“The EIU’s review has uncovered instances of election fraud by individuals who have been or will be prosecuted for various election crimes,” said the report on its first page. The investigation is ongoing.
The report followed an Arizona Senate probe into the election and ballots in the state’s most populated county. In his follow-up review, Brnovich found serious irregularities with how signatures were verified and ballots safely transported in a state where some 80% voted by mail or absentee.
Brnovich, who has led the nation in calling for election integrity laws and even won a Supreme Court case on the issue, said in his report, “Whether we agree with peoples’ reasons for questioning election integrity or not, we should go above and beyond our call of duty to assure Americans that each legal vote was counted, and no illegal votes were allowed.”
The issue, and his calls for reform, could directly impact his future, as he is running in the GOP Senate primary to take on Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly in the fall.
Among the key findings in his report to Senate President Karen Fann:
- Maricopa officials were not cooperative with his demands for information.
- In many cases, election officials were given less than five seconds to verify voter signatures on file with ballots filed early.
- The number of ballots nullified because of problems dropped even though those filed nearly doubled in 2020.
- There were “multiple violations” in how about 20% of ballots in drop boxes were handled and delivered to election offices.
- Some $8 million in outside funds and grants were used in the vote count, now illegal under a recently passed law. Notably, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and his wife funded more than half of that.
“We can report that there were problematic system-wide issues that relate to early ballot handling and verification,” said the report.
(Read Brnovich’s concluding statement and the full PDF letter at the Washington Examiner)
Democrats found weaknesses in laws and drove Mack trucks of votes through them
It seems that Maricopa County skirted chain-of-custody protocol.
Appeals court sides with Louisiana Attorney General Landry regarding the “Zuckerbucks” election lawsuit
In a statement by the Louisiana Attorney General, it seems that the lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg actions in Louisiana will go back into action.
In a major win for election integrity, a Louisiana Court of Appeal has sided with Attorney General Jeff Landry in his lawsuit against the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) over private funding of elections.
After a district judge dismissed the suit over CTCL violating state law by trying to inject private funds into our election system during the 2020 presidential election cycle, a three-judge panel at the Third Circuit yesterday reversed that decision and remanded the case back to the trial court.
“Our law is clear: no individual, including Mark Zuckerberg, should supersede the people’s elected representatives,” said Attorney General Landry. “Our elections should never be for sale; private money should not fund our elections.”
The appellate court agreed with Attorney General Landry that the trial court’s conclusion was “legally incorrect” – ruling that Attorney General Landry “has stated a cause of action to protect an interest of the state by preventing the funding of elections with private money.”
“I applaud the great work done by my Assistant Attorneys General Jeffrey Wale, Carey Jones, Jeddie Smith, and Ryan Montegut,” continued Attorney General Landry. “My office and I will continue to defend Louisiana’s election system against improper influence.”
(Read the Third Circuit opinion at the Louisiana Attorney General site)
From reading this article, the illegal activity that Zuckerberg’s group undertook seems unclear
While this article never spells out the exact offenses that the Attorney General tracked, if they were anything like the cases found in Arizona, then we need to control the vote by adhering to the law. That means that non-citizens do not vote. That means that people go through the proper steps to get registered (providing the required means of identification and proof of residency).
Additionally, in most states, that means that votes do not get gathered by a third party and delivered to the state. Hence, no more ballot harvesting.
Three Milwaukee city officials are being accused of election bribery for accepting “Zucker bucks”
The Western Journal reports on Milwaukee corruption related to acceptance of “Zucker bucks.”
Three city officials of Milwaukee are being accused of election bribery for accepting “Zuck bucks” to beef up in-person and absentee voting and to fund illegal privately-funded absentee ballot drop boxes, according to the Thomas More Society.
Zucker bucks are monies from the Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life, which was funded by billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, and his wife, Priscilla Chan.
As a result of a CTCL Zucker bucks “bribery scheme,” the Wisconsin Office of the Special Counsel last month suggested state legislators consider decertifying the state’s election results that favored Joe Biden, according to The Washington Times.
The Thomas More Society, a public interest law firm “dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, and religious liberty,” filed before the Wisconsin Elections Commission on behalf of a voter an accusation of CTCL-based election bribery against Milwaukee’s acting mayor, former mayor and the city clerk.
“The complaint alleges that the City of Milwaukee’s privately funded absentee ballot drop boxes in the 2020 election were illegal under multiple Wisconsin Statutes and violated federal law,” according to a Thomas More Society news release regarding the March 23 filing.
Similar complaints against CTCL occurred in Wisconsin cities of Racine, Green Bay, Kenosha and Madison.
Local and state governments are pushing back against such “dark money,” including a pair of Wisconsin counties, Walworth and Brown.
“This is representative of a national trend,” Thomas More Society Special Counsel Erick Kaardal said. “Sixteen states have now passed legislation to ban or regulate the acceptance and use of private funds by public election officers.”
Arizona, Georgia and Texas have banned dark money, according to Kaardal, while Minnesota, Iowa and South Carolina are regulating it.
(Read the Western Journal assesses the dark money which has become evident in the 2020 election)
As uncovered by Project Veritas during the last presidential cycle, this even happens in Texas
While electoral corruption may occur just about anywhere (even in Texas), it is disheartening to discover it anywhere. Much less, it really rubs wrong when a platform that primarily trends to the conservative spectrum gets used by the founder to support a socialist. This is where people, like myself, should abandon Facebook.
About a year ago, I stopped looking at Facebook to keep up with family. A month ago, I deleted the app from my phone. Now, I need to delete my profiles and have WordPress stop publishing my posts to Facebook (since, very likely, those posts have been shadow banned into oblivion anyway).
The FBI kidnapping caper was a flagrant case of election interference
American Greatness outlines all of the manners in which the failed attempt by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to stage the “kidnapping” of Governor Whitmer by way of set-up “right-wing” conspirators.
On October 8, 2020, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced shocking news: federal authorities had arrested several men for conspiring to kidnap and possibly kill her before Election Day. After indulging in a moment of self-pity, Whitmer quickly pinned the blame on President Trump, a man with whom Whitmer had engaged in a very public feud throughout 2020 over pandemic-related lockdowns.
Trump, Whitmer claimed, fueled the rage of alleged white supremacists and right-wing militias responsible for the dastardly abduction plot. “When our leaders meet with, encourage, or fraternize with domestic terrorists, they legitimize their actions,” Whitmer said in a televised speech. “And they are complicit.”
Earlier that day, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, also a Democrat, and officials from the U.S. Department of Justice detailed the charges in a separate press conference. “Last night, the FBI and Michigan State Police arrested six individuals charged in a criminal complaint with conspiring to kidnap the governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer,” explained Andrew Birge, assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Michigan. The defendants, Birge claimed, plotted to kidnap Whitmer from her vacation cottage “before the November election.”
His office took the lead in prosecuting the six defendants, who also faced weapons of mass destruction charges.
Exactly 18 months to the day, Birge’s prosecutors suffered a humiliating defeat in a Grand Rapids courtroom after a jury acquitted two of the men and deadlocked on the guilt of two others. (Two defendants pleaded guilty and testified for the government during the three-week trial). Despite endless resources and favorable rulings by the judge overseeing the case, the government failed to secure a single conviction in what the Justice Department considered one of its largest domestic terror investigations ever.
Daniel Harris and Brandon Caserta, after a year and a half in prison, went home to their families on Friday night; Adam Fox, the alleged ringleader, and Barry Croft, Jr. remain incarcerated while Birge’s office prepares to retry the men—a fool’s errand, as they didn’t know each other prior to the FBI’s involvement in the faux plot and live almost 1,000 miles apart. (Croft resides in Delaware.) It’s a desperate attempt to save face, regardless of the lives and the principles of justice at stake.
Not only were jurors unpersuaded by Birge’s prosecutors, the jury instead seemed to believe defense attorneys’ arguments that their clients were entrapped by the FBI. At least a dozen FBI undercover agents and informants, working out of numerous FBI field offices across the eastern half of the country and at the direction of supervising agents, concocted and funded the sting operation. Dan Chappel, the main informant compensated at least $60,000 by the FBI for “bringing people together,” as his FBI handler ordered him, took the stand to explain his role. But his testimony was lackluster and ultimately did not convince the jury the men were guilty.
The Justice Department and FBI have lots of explaining to do—so, too, does Andrew Birge. Hundreds of hours of secret recordings and thousands of texts fail to prove what Birge said in his initial press conference: there was no evidence to support his claim that the defendants wanted to “kidnap” Whitmer before Election Day. After all, if no kidnapping conspiracy or legitimate threat existed, no deadline existed, either.
The only people pushing to do something big before Election Day resided in the J. Edgar Hoover Building in Washington, D.C..
In a redux of the 2016 Trump-Russia collusion farce designed to sabotage Trump before Election Day, the FBI used its powerful resources to again interfere in a presidential election to help the Democratic nominee for president. News of the arrests made national headlines for days; Joe Biden made the most of the political gift to his campaign. “There is a throughline from President Trump’s dog whistles and tolerance of hate, vengeance, and lawlessness to plots such as this one,” Biden said in a statement released on October 8, 2020. “He is giving oxygen to the bigotry and hate we see on the march in our country.”
At a campaign stop with Kamala Harris in Arizona later that day, Biden blasted Trump for his alleged coddling of “white supremacists” and accused the president of “breath[ing] oxygen to those who are filled with hate and danger.” A week later, in an unhinged tirade at another campaign event in Michigan, Biden continued to blame Trump. “All President Trump does is fan the flames of hatred and division in this country!” Biden screamed from the stage. “What the hell’s the matter with this guy? When the president tweeted ‘Liberate Michigan, Liberate Michigan,’ that’s the call that was heard. That was the dog whistle.”
The media portrayed Whitmer as a victim of Trump’s bullying—and Whitmer fully embraced the role. In a Washington Post op-ed published on October 9, 2020, Whitmer accused Trump of encouraging “domestic terrorists.” When a sympathetic Chuck Todd interviewed Whitmer on “Meet the Press” several days later and asked how she was personally coping with the pretend threat against her, Whitmer condemned the president for continuing to criticize her lockdown policies “after a plot to kidnap, put me on trial and execute me,” was uncovered. She again accused Trump of inciting “domestic terrorism,” a claim she repeated during an interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on October 21, 2020.
(Read at American Greatness how journalists continued the effort to deceive us)
This seems to be a repeat of the Strozk/Page testimony of the Muller testimony
It looks like this, like the Peter Strozk/Lisa Page fiasco of the tawdry FBI, was nothing but a partisan effort by a group of biased, liberal law enforcement officials intent on keeping Trump from being elected.
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