Category Archive: Director’s Blog

My “Arrest” for Stealin Pine Straw

  Dear Friends of Election Integrity… In hopes that our supporters would get my side of this story before they read about it in hostile media, I decided not to hit the hay until I could get this posted. My life officially went off the rails last night, but … in the immortal words of that …

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Voter ID Finally Arrives in NC . . . but . . .

The courts still threaten judicial nullification. The Left continues to create new circumvention tactics. Even still… this is a great week to celebrate the new voter ID law in NC. Why? Because it’s our state’s first-ever presidential primary that required many voters to present a valid photo ID before being allowed to vote. There were several areas of concern …

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Pushing Back Against Common Cause and Democracy NC

[This speech was given extemporaneously, only with the aid of a few talking points. I didn’t record it and do not have an exact copy of the words that came out of my mouth. That said, a friend encouraged me to piece it together as best I could and send him a copy. Below is my …

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NC Voter ID On Trial

Opening Gambits North Carolina’s trial of the century is finally back underway and make no mistake, the outcome will decide if NC (or any other state for that matter) will ever be allowed to pass laws intended to reduce vote fraud without their being litigated to death by the federal government and a rogue’s gallery …

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Did accused attempted murderer commit vote fraud too?

STORY UPDATED: SPOILER ALERT: The answer is “no,” but it helped the SBOE identify a website-display error in their programming. Updated after SBOE data wizard, Brian Neesby looked into it. The answer is “nope.” The Wake County BOE is not to blame. Mr. Avery-Kennedy had registered on two occasions and this triggers a data merging function …

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Corrupt Alabama Politician Refuses to Resign

Dec 1, 2015 (Dothan AL)–This corruptocrat won by 14 votes and won absentee balloting by a margin of 119 to 5. After the election, several of his campaign staffers were prosecuted for absentee ballot fraud. some confessed and other were found guilty. One of them was convicted of 24 counts of voter fraud. Let’s see… 24 …

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Voter Impersonation Fraud Research Project Begins

Oct 7, 2015 — RALEIGH — With the ink still wet from the last night’s election results, now is the best time to dig up evidence of election fraud and CAZARTS!! It didn’t take us long to find something.  Actually, this oddity happened in Mecklenburg County’s September 8 primary, but today, it triggers a season-long VIP research project into the problem. Imagine …

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Appeasement Invites More Bullying — Duh!

Aug 19, 2015 (RALEIGH) – The NC NAACP has signaled the federal courts that they’re almost ready to drop their challenge against NC’s already weakened voter ID law, but not without making more demands of their vanquished foes from the Legislature, by forcing them to sign a consent decree. The move comes just a few weeks …

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