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Voter Integrity

No, Virginia, There Was Not A Civil War… Yes, Virginia, There Is One Now

 These are the opponents of real conservatives in the present civil war. The real conservatives were born in Virginia and spread South with an agrarian pleasure in conserving that which was worth conserving. The South and its conservative history are Jeffersonian, not Lincolnian. Not these shallow swamp-dwelling Republicans and their unread right-wing media acolytes.

Our Election System Has Fallen And Can’t Get Up

With only trivial exceptions, the same mechanisms that facilitated a Leftist takeover in 2020 are present now and will be employed in November.  At least four major vulnerabilities remain unaddressed across the country.  These include the near universal use of no-excuse mail in voting, the use of hackable election hardware and software, poorly maintained voter rolls, and widespread lack of adequate identification for both mail-in and in-person voting.

Voting Is A Citizen’s Right

The move to destroy the thought of America as a stand-alone country began many years ago. Some states have had challenges to eradicate the Pledge in schools. In some states, those challenges have been successful. Professional athletes started kneeling in protest for the Anthem a few years ago, and the action has caught on at the college and even high school levels.

We Now Understand The Maricopa County Audit Results: What Next?

While I do not recommend the default position, I can understand why some might prefer that option.  Among those are the ones responsible for the fraud in the first place.  One of the consequences of the audit is that of exposure.  There is now extreme pressure on those responsible to take action to protect themselves and the results they obtained through their fraud.

Election Integrity – Part I – Setting the Stage

In most elections, there are a large number of people who by age, citizenship, and other factors, are eligible to vote.  There is also a subset of those people who have actually registered to vote.  In states that have not regularly maintained their registration databases, there are significant numbers of deceased voters, voters who have moved, ones who have lost the right to vote, and others still included in the registry.  Finally, there are those who actually vote in an election.