Monthly Archive: March 2019

It’s Time for NCSBE to Answer Major Dave’s Questions

Mar 18, 2019 (Raleigh) — Those of you not into using Facebook for politics can be forgiven for not knowing about the selfless research conducted by Dave Goetze (a.k.a. “Major Dave”), a retired Army Military Police type who knows a thing or two about investigations, but today your blissful ignorance ends. He normally posts analysis that …

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SBOE Report Gives Answers . . . and Raises Questions

Mar 12, 2019 (Raleigh) — VIP has now obtained a report given to lawmakers by the State Board of Elections, who gave their “recommendations to secure the absentee voting by mail process.” (Click here to see the full report.).  We will list the main points of the March 1, 2019 report and provide elaboration and …

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Who Hid Robeson County Ballot Harvesting Evidence?

Mar 10, 2019 (Raleigh) Earlier last week, I was able to ask State BOE Chief Investigator Joan Fleming, about the disparity between the Absentee Ballot Request logs used by two counties in their investigation into alleged criminal behavior by McCrea Dowless in Bladen County. Last week’s post only offered an attachment of the Bladen documents, but not images …

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UPDATE: Wake DA is NOT Quietly Dropping the Dowless Prosecution . . . but

March 5, 2019 (Raleigh) — Now that questionable allegations have helped the NC SBOE nullify Mark Harris’ 905-vote Congressional victory, we grow concerned about the latest McCrae Dowless sighting. He showed up in court today and was told to go away. After reading the last sentence of this press release from the office of District …

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Lid Blown on SBOE Cover-Up Efforts in 9th CD

March 1, 2019 — (Raleigh, NC) Around noon today, the NC State Board of Elections ordered Robeson County Election officials hand over “newly discovered” evidence that implicates high-profile national and local Democrats in a major absentee ballot harvesting operation that dwarfs the number of ballots involved in Bladen County. “We’ve been quietly fighting for this and …

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