Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire: 100,000 Stolen Votes in Chicago

In its reporting, the Chicago Tribune discovered that the supposed home address of three voters in the 17th Precinct of the 27th Ward was a vacant lot. The paper also discovered that votes had been cast for seven residents of a nursing home who denied having voted-their signatures on the ballot applications were all forgeries. In fact, one resident had no fingers or thumbs with which to write a signature. The fraud was so blatant that the resident without fingers or thumbs "was counted as having voted twice by the end of the day." Not surprisingly, Stevenson easily won the 17th Precinct, by a margin of 282 to 30.

By |2022-04-08T22:21:59+00:00March 10th, 2022|

This Man Figured Out the Fraud Inside Dallas’ Council Elections

It starts with a knock. Someone in your family opens the door, because you’re old, most likely over 80, certainly poor, possibly infirm, probably a minority. You see a familiar face. She is a community organizer, young, passionate. She has come by often, campaigning for Obama or Wendy Davis. Today she comes bearing a fruit basket, because she wants to help. She’s also kind enough to carry in your mail.

By |2022-04-08T22:22:21+00:00March 10th, 2022|

Dad Facing Jail Time For Going Maskless To Son’s Game Wins In Court, Has Further Plans For District

A judge cleared a father from Rochester, New York, who was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing last spring for not wearing a mask at this son’s outdoor baseball game while he was social distancing. Chad Hummel, an attorney, was facing up to 90 days in jail and professional licensing consequences; he was acquitted last week after a four-hour bench trial before Judge Joseph J. Valentino.

By |2022-03-09T07:57:23+00:00March 9th, 2022|

Dad Facing Jail Time For Going Maskless To Son’s Game Wins In Court, Has Further Plans For District

A judge cleared a father from Rochester, New York, who was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing last spring for not wearing a mask at this son’s outdoor baseball game while he was social distancing. Chad Hummel, an attorney, was facing up to 90 days in jail and professional licensing consequences; he was acquitted last week after a four-hour bench trial before Judge Joseph J. Valentino.

By |2022-03-09T07:57:23+00:00March 9th, 2022|

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