Monthly Archive: May 2020

GOP House fast tracks “crisis” bill that legalizes ballot harvesting

Tuesday, May 26, 2020 (Raleigh) This message is the Voter Integrity Project’s response to HB-1169, a bill the NC House of Representatives introduced just before a three-day weekend. Now they’re trying to fast-track it before the public realizes what’s in the bill. Their current plan is to shoot it through two House committee meetings tomorrow …

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The Coming Ballot Harvest Tsunami

May 25, 2020 (Raleigh) Among the silver linings of last year’s “Republican ballot harvesting” investigation is that it exposed the California Blueprint for how Democrats can sweep North Carolina this November. We’re still amazed at how many Wizards of Smart simply missed that fact. These otherwise bright media pundits (including Rush) push a “minimal-impact” lie …

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Who Targeted McCrae Dowless?

May 22, 2020 (Raleigh) Besides generating more than 700 unique hits to our website, last week’s expose on some strange “mistakes” made by DOJ career employees in Raleigh’s US Attorney office also generated a flurry of new evidence that begs for a criminal investigation. It started when two media outlets ran news stories featuring confidential …

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Emergency Powers — Hearing Details

May 20, 20120 (Raleigh) — Tomorrow at 9 A.A., it’s zero hour for the usually quiet little “rules commission,” as they stand on the front lines of a battle being waged by NC’s State Board of Elections (NCSBE), in their (now exposed) guerilla warfare efforts to subvert Legislative authority over the state’s election laws. You …

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Is the DOJ Targeting McCrae Dowless?

May 14, 2020 (Wilmington, NC) Some bizarre behavior coming out of US Attorney Robert J. “Bobby” Higdon Jr.’s office, in the matter of Leslie McCrae Dowless Jr., suggest that LTG Michael Flynn might not be the only person being targeted by so-called “Deep State” operatives, lurking within our government. Maybe I’m just paranoid, but several …

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Time to Pepper Your Lawmakers

NC’s Legislature approved Covid-related federal funding for state agencies, but excluded elections funding, pending further deliberations. While it’s good they didn’t approve anything in a state of panic, it’s still important to keep an eye on the process . . . unless you want fraud to determine the outcome of November’s elections.

Goose the Vote

May 1, 2020 (Raleigh) In her closing argument for a panic-driven election law reform, NC State Board of Elections (NC SBE) Executive Director, Karen Brinson Bell, urged the state legislature to enact a slate of measures that would make it harder than ever to conduct open and honest elections in North Carolina. While there were …

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