Category Archive: Director’s Blog

Cooper Veto Exposes Feckless Legislature

Dec 3, 2021 To the shock and dismay of nobody, North Carolina’s Democrat Governor, Roy Cooper, yesterday, vetoed Senate Bill 326, called the Election Day Integrity Act, that would have prevented organized ballot harvesting efforts after the results are known. The Democrat strategy of post-election ballot harvesting was widely exposed in 2018 after Bladen County’s …

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All eyes on Jersey

Nov 6, 2021 Establishment media and politicians have already tuned up their chorus to dismiss concerns about New Jersey’s suspicious election as a bunch of “conspiracy theorists,” so let’s start right there. We can forget about the 1960s-era CIA training against “conspiracy theories” when the convictions follow the theories as it did in Chicago, 1982. …

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The Sordid Lewis Legacy

A Political Eulogy? Aug 20, 2021 (Sanford) We were so distracted by our nation’s military failure in Afghanistan that the quiet plea agreement deal earlier this week by disgraced State Representative David Lewis nearly slipped past us. One day we may fully recount the lies (former) Rep. David Lewis threw our way during our seven-year …

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Things Looking Up for HB 1169

Jun 2, 2020 (Raleigh) House Bill 1169, the COVID cash-grab election bill, moving through the enactment process at break-neck speed, passed its first Senate hurdle today and heads to the Finance Committee. NC State Board of Elections (NCSBE) Director, Karen Bell, was a no-show at today’s hearing, held in one of the largest committee meeting …

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House Approves Three (no longer four) Ways to Steal Elections

[Correction: While Multipartisan Assistance Teams are still a major vulnerability, a Senate committee debate on June 2, 2020, has convinced us that the Legislature has mitigated this problem adequately. MATs will continue to be a major vulnerability, but it is up to the county-level party chairs to aggressively recruit and train MAT members.] June 1, …

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Trouble Brewing for Both Political Parties in Indianapolis’ Mayoral Race

July 23, 2019, Indianapolis — The Mayoral race in this “blue-dot city” in “deep red” Indiana is getting shaken up by a masonry contractor, vying as an Independent candidate against both major parties, but the bi-partisan Marion County Election Board has found ways to derail his effort. The candidate, John Schmitz told @VoteChecker that he …

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Fix the Floyd Amendment

July 11, 2019 (Raleigh) – Despite the stellar efforts the NC House and Senate have made in preventing (criminal?) enterprise-level absentee ballot voter fraud, they still need to fix one provision snuck into 2018’s voter ID law that will make California-style absentee ballot chaos the new normal in North Carolina.  The perpetrator, Rep. Elmer Floyd, snuck in …

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Disgusted? Try a stronger D-word: Defunded!

Note to the NC Legislature . . . Hey Gang. Loved your letter to the SBOE, but y’all need to flex your oversight power and force SBOE to answer the Federal subpoena. We the taxpayers are not going to pay the SBOE to obstruct justice. Feds are digging into corruption and voter fraud in North Carolina’s …

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