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Electoral College Wins a Victory in Federal Court


By Steve Byas
TheNewAmerican.com

Texas, like 47 other states, uses a winner-take-all system in awarding all of its Electoral College votes. That process is constitutional, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals said in its decision in a case announced on Wednesday.

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) had filed lawsuits across the country, arguing that the present system used in 48 states is unconstitutional, as it violates the concept of one-person, one-vote. But the three judges in the Fi Circuit disagreed with the plaintiffs' reasoning, which they described as “flawed.”

Judge Jerry Smith wrote, “Democratic elections necessarily result in winners and losers. The frustration of losing, however, does not violate the Constitution.” Smith was appointed by President Ronald Reagan, as was Judge W. Eugene Davis, but the third member of the appellate court that made a unanimous ruling, Judge Carl E. Stewart, was tapped by President Bill Clinton.

The Constitution, in Article II, gives plenary, or full, power to each state’s legislature to determine the method in how their presidential electors are selected. “Each state shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors equal to the whole number of senators and representatives to which the state may be entitled in the Congress,” reads Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution.

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Over 2 Million Voters Approved North Carolina’s Voter ID Amendment — One Unelected Democratic Judge Just Threw it Out


By Dan Forest 
The Daily Signal

It’s a cornerstone of our democracy: Government is to be of the people, by the people, and for the people, deriving its authority from the consent of the governed.

These fundamental principles are at stake in North Carolina, due to a ruling from an activist federal judge on voter ID.

It’s amazing that we’re still having this debate today.

Presidents from Jimmy Carter to Donald Trump have advocated for the use of IDs to protect the integrity of the vote, and the Supreme Court has confirmed that states have the right to safeguard their elections. Thirty-five states have done so already, passing laws requiring voters to show identification before casting their ballots.

Against that backdrop, voters in North Carolina overwhelmingly approved adding an ID requirement to the state constitution in 2018. The General Assembly quickly took up the task of drafting a law to put that mandate into place.

The result was a voter ID law that is a model for the nation—making it easy to vote, but tough to cheat.

We got the system in place just in time for the 2020 election cycle. When North Carolinians stepped into the voting booth, they were to have confidence that their vote was protected.

But just a few weeks ago, an unelected federal judge tossed it aside. In a 60-page ruling, Obama appointee Loretta Biggs struck down our voter ID law, calling it “discriminatory” and comparing it to the dark American legacy of slavery and Jim Crow.

More than 2 million voters approved North Carolina’s voter ID amendment. One unelected Democratic judge threw it out.

Never mind that our voter ID law was co-sponsored by an African American Democrat and passed with bipartisan support.

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Video: Judicial Watch Finds Millions of ‘Extra’ Registrants on Voting Rolls in Multiple States--Lawsuits?


Judicial Watch announced it is continuing its efforts to force states and counties across the nation to comply with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), by sending notice-of-violation letters to 19 large counties in five states that it intends to sue unless the jurisdictions take steps to comply with the law and remove ineligible voter registrations within 90 days. Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act requires jurisdictions to take reasonable efforts to remove ineligible registrations from its rolls.

 

 
 
 
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Video: Prager U: The Myth of Voter Suppression.

Dems & Media lie to your face…


Do Republicans win elections by preventing minorities from voting? The Left says yes, but the data says no. Jason Riley, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, settles the argument with hard evidence, separating fact from fiction.

 

 
 
 
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Video: FLASHBACK: Trump WILL NOT Be President! Master Collection of the Election


Trump will not be president. That’s what Obama said. That’s what the Turks said. That’s what every media outlet said. And here is them melting down after trump wins. The night of. This is the best Trump won’t win montage.

 

 
 
 
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Trump Administration Sues California DMV For ‘Voter Fraud’ After Hundreds of Thousands of Discrepancies Discovered


The Trump administration is suing the state of California for voter fraud involving the Department of Motor Vehicle, citing the agency is failing to verify the citizenship of people applying for voter registration.

By Missy Crane
WayneDupree.com

The Trump administration is suing the state of California for voter fraud involving the Department of Motor Vehicle, citing the agency is failing to verify the citizenship of people applying for voter registration.

Attorney Harmeet Dhillion filed the suit on behalf of the Trump administration after a state audit found that the “motor voter” program was riddled with technical errors that led to hundreds of thousands of discrepancies in voter registrations.

The lawsuit states that the California Secretary of State has “forsaken its duty to ensure that non-citizens are kept off voter rolls.”

A Republican lawyer who has waged lawsuits on behalf of the Trump administration sued the state of California and its Department of Motor Vehicles Tuesday, saying the agency is failing to verify citizenship for voter registration.

A federal lawsuit filed by attorney Harmeet Dhillon comes after a state audit found the California DMV’s “motor voter” program that started last year was riddled with technical problems that led to hundreds of thousands of discrepancies in voter registrations. Dhillon said that audit helped bring issues raised in her lawsuit to light.

The lawsuit alleges that California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and the director of California’s DMV, Steve Gordon, have violated the National Voter Registration Act and that Padilla has “forsaken his duty to ensure that non-citizens” are kept off voter rolls. She said the lawsuit does not allege voter fraud but that the state is neglecting one of its duties as outlined by the voter act. [Washington Post]

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Video: Epoch Times-Look Who’s Interfering With the 2020 Election


Apparently, China can’t take another four years of Donald Trump in the White House. To make sure he’s a one-term president, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is enlisting the help of anti-Trump Americans from Washington to Wall Street and beyond.

 

 
 
 
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