Monthly Archive: September 2021

Media Meltdown Over AZ Audit & WIIFM

Proverbs 27:1 “Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring.” (NIV) Sep 27, 2021 (Sanford, NC) Too many pundits are hyping the Arizona audit’s results in terms of what’s “gonna” happen next. Let’s instead focus on what did happen and how responsive state governments might address the problems. …

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AZ Audit Sonic Boom Impacts NC

Sep 25, 2021 (Sanford, NC) The results of the Arizona Senate’s election audit came in and there’s something in it for everybody. For example, while the never-Trumpers are ecstatic over the top line reassurance from Senate President Karen Fann, that the ballot counts remained unchanged, they ignore the rest of the report and are nervous …

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Arizona Audit and Robin Hayes’ Treatment of Mark Harris

Proverbs 24:1-2 “Be not envious of evil men, nor desire to be with them, for their hears devise violence, and their lips talk of trouble.” Sep 24, 2021 (Sanford) Today will be like no other with the Arizona audit details set to be released this afternoon at 4 PM (Eastern Daylight Time). If you want …

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Be wise as serpents. . .

Yesterday, I asked folks to fight racial gerrymandering by engaging with people after studying Pro Publica’s account of how the Democrats fooled California’s “nonpartisan” redistricting commission. Talking politics with people can be fun, but it can also be dangerous. We might avoid the subject at church, unless somebody brings it up, never let fear stop …

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Racial Gerrymandering by Another Name

[Note: Today is the third day of a video podcast series that features Voter Integrity Project co-founder, Jay DeLancy. The plan is to produce one each day, beginning with a live feed (currently) on DeLancy’s Facebook page, which features the audio narrative accompanying a series of screen shots, which are shown in the video, that’s …

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The next step toward an audit

Nobody wants to waste time doing unproductive activism,  and people have asked how to plug into the audit movement. We’ve searched out this question pretty extensively. Spoiler alert: Both political parties are fairly content with how the last election turned out, so they are fighting against any audit beyond the pretend audits conducted by the …

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Dowless Convicted for Under Reporting Income to Social Security

Sept 2, 2021 (Greenville) Despite the appearance of prosecutoral misconduct, Federal District Judge Terrance Boyle, today, accepted a guilty plea arrangement and sentenced Leslie “McCrae” Dowless to 6 months in prison for voter fraud over his failure to report cash payments to Social Security he said he could prove was passed along as legitimate expenses …

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