H.R. 1 would implode the rights of states in administering their own elections. This is in response, of course, to the hundreds of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of ballot irregularities and various kinds of legislation making their way through state capitols to push back against some uncertainty about the November 2020 elections. But there is also an aspect of H.R. 1 that has not been much discussed, and that’s the silencing of speech. Even the American Civil Liberties Union, itself a long-established organization that is normally aligned with the authors of H.R. 1, has said that language contained the bill assaults the First Amendment.Read more
A group of protestors gathered outside Miller Park in Chattanooga on Saturday voicing their belief that local lawmakers had a role in the riots at the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.Read more
All aspects of our lives were upended by the 2020 pandemic. The media reminded us daily of the violent social unrest and alleged racial injustice. They failed to cover abuses of our core democratic voting practices which cast long shadows over the efficacies of our election process. At a time so much went wrong and so little went right, when we needed unity, the media divided us even more. Debates were postponed or canceled. Candidates missed events, and held others on the internet or TV. Joe Biden hid in the basement of his Delaware home for days, and refused interviews. The media did Kamala Harris’ campaigning for her while Biden remained AWOL from most of America.Read more
Eric Buchanan has taken the time to summarize some of the most notable and concerning aspects about the election – complete with sources and citations for your review.
This report also highlights the liberal media’s refusal to report on news stories that conflict with their narrative or reflect poorly on democratic leaders… even when it is in the long-term best interests of the country.
Senator Hawley From Missouri Has Added His Name To A Growing List Of Republican Senators Planning To Object To Electoral College Results In Several States.Read more
U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, has filed a lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence In The U.S. District Court For the Eastern District Of Texas, Tyler Division, Attempting To Challenge The Results Of Some States’ Electoral College Votes.Read more
Texas Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania stating that they ignored both state and federal law and that their failure to abide by rule casts a dark shadow over the outcome of the entire election.Read more
The most recent of the three lawsuits filed by President Trump’s legal team and supporters opposing Georgia’s Election Results based on allegations of voter fraud has been dismissed by U.S. District Court Judge Batten.Read more
The Battle For Georgia continues as the Trump team cites surveillance footage of alleged voter fraud but receives pushback from Election Officials and “Fact-checkers”.Read more
As President Donald Trump continued his attack of Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and the outcome of the presidential election in Georgia on Monday, state elections officials said more than 250 investigations of voter fraud are open.Read more