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The Fight for Election Integrity Continues -- Audits, Criminal Investigations, Legislative Reform

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posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 07:49 AM
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a reply to: Boadicea

Smoke and mirrors that all this is. Just like its been all along.



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 08:01 AM
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originally posted by: Karen657
a reply to: Boadicea

Smoke and mirrors that all this is. Just like its been all along.


Nope. Talking about other posters is not smoke and mirrors. It's quite rude. It's against the T&Cs. It's a pathetic desperate coping mechanism when one wants to be relevant but has nothing of value to add to the topic of discussion. Nothing "smoke and mirrors" here except the distraction, deflection and cheap shots when they don't like the facts, and don't want to address the facts.

We've seen quite a bit of it here.

So hope this helps: The thread is not about me. So don't make it about me. Don't talk about me -- or any other poster.



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 08:02 AM
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originally posted by: Karen657
a reply to: Boadicea

Smoke and mirrors that all this is. Just like its been all along.


Yes, the smoke and mirrors to cover up, hide and deflect scrutiny towards all that private money given to election officials by Zuckerberg, Dorsey, and Gates to "make sure" Trump lost through any means available.

Bribes and graft and fraud are what smoke and mirrors are for.

After all, everyone should be on board with shining a light on illegal activity, unless you are one of officials doing the illegal activity. And that is where the smoke and mirrors is coming from, are those doing the illegal activity this past election and beyond. Obfuscate, and obstruct is the name of that game.

Ridicule and shame all those investigations by all the media and those people on board with promoting election fraud, while at the same time claiming it was all fair and square? That dog has never hunted in history.



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 08:08 AM
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Neither did the dems but that hasn't stopped that story for over a year.
Too funny cuz this sure looks a whole lot more like stealing than anything that's been suggested so far.


Do tell. No vague and cryptic remarks. No cheap shots towards other posters. Explain.

How is following the law and Constitution "stealing"? How is lawfully and Constitutionally objecting to suspected uncertifiable results, under investigation in an official proceeding, based on sworn witness statements and testimony, "stealing"? How is filing a multi-state lawsuit in a court of law for judicial review "stealing"?

And then, perhaps, you can explain how violating duly enacted election laws (as affirmed in multiple courts) to "win" an election -- and then fighting tooth and nail to hide any and all proof -- is not stealing?



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 08:14 AM
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Another win for the people!!!

This may just be new information to me, but it's sure good to see --

Judge rules absentee ballot drop boxes illegal in Wisconsin, regulators must retract guidance

This is the second court decision that has deemed the Wisconsin Election Commission's 2020 election behavior unlawful.

A Wisconsin judge has ruled that the absentee ballot drop boxes widely deployed during the 2020 election are not allowed under state law, a decision that could dramatically impact voting ahead of the swing state's midterm elections.

Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bohren ordered on Thursday the Wisconsin Elections Commission to retract its instructions to election officials on how to use drop boxes. Bohren declared that the WEC had overstepped its authority in issuing the guidance in the first place.

Bohren called the WEC's guidance a "major policy decision that alter[s] how our absentee ballot process operates," that was significant enough that it should have required approval by the Legislature.

It seems to me that if illegal means are used to "win" an election, that could be considered "stealing" an election...

And when those illegal means, AND the ones who illegally implemented/imposed/instituted those illegal means, are covered up and/or destroyed and/or deleted or otherwise tampered with, then there is a criminally corrupt obstruction of justice.

Truth and facts are beautiful things. Let the sun shine!!!



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 10:12 AM
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Rasmussen has posted new(ish) December 2021 Election Integrity poll numbers on their Twitter:

  • 59% now say cheating was likely in the 2020 elections, just up from 56%
  • 55% of Black voters now say there was cheating in the 2020 elections
  • 55% support 2020 election audits including 53% of Black voters
  • 60% agree that opponents of requiring a Photo ID to vote just want to make it easy to cheat in elections, including 63% of Black voters
  • 61% say Election Reform must happen in Swing States like PA, MI, GA, WI & AZ where voters have lost confidence
  • 65% say preventing cheating more important than making it easier to vote
  • 66% say wider use of mail-in voting will lead to more cheating in elections
  • 70% say private 'Zuckerbucks' type partisan election funding is "a bad thing for American Democracy," including 52% of Black voters
  • 75% say requiring Photo ID to vote is a reasonable measure to protect the integrity of elections, including 73% of Black voters
  • 75% of Black voters either believe the level of difficulty to vote is currently about right or believe it is already too easy to vote
  • 90% think it is Important to prevent cheating in elections, including 83% who say it's Very Important. These are down from 95% and 89% respectively in October.
  • Among Black voters, 87% now say it is Important to prevent cheating in elections, including 77% who say it is Very Important


I'm betting every sitting congress critter who voted to allow the Feds to take over our elections was well aware of these numbers. They obviously weren't voting in the best interests of, nor in the manner desired by, their constituents. No surprise there. But whose interests are they voting???
edit on 18-1-2022 by Boadicea because: spelling



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 11:51 AM
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Like the 4 elderly people in Florida they arrested acting like that’s the only kind of voter fraud that could be found. Desantis is in with them. POS.



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 11:53 AM
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Same ones as always. Whoever pays the most.



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 12:00 PM
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originally posted by: Karen657
a reply to: Ghostsdogood




They had no ability or motive to 'steal' an election with these actions


Neither did the dems but that hasn't stopped that story for over a year.
Too funny cuz this sure looks a whole lot more like stealing than anything that's been suggested so far.



Maybe you see what you want to see?

Or is it what the democrats on teevee tell you to see?


Filing additional slates (publicly) had no ability to change the election results and you know it.

So why all the dishonest spin?



posted on Jan, 18 2022 @ 12:10 PM
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originally posted by: mcsnacks77
a reply to: Boadicea

Like the 4 elderly people in Florida they arrested acting like that’s the only kind of voter fraud that could be found. Desantis is in with them. POS.


Yes -- exactly like that!

We don't need or want fall guys and scapegoats. Either get to the top of the corruption and the heart of the corruption, or don't bother. That's just throwing good money after bad.



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