Category Archive: News

Loophole Law Promotes Voter Fraud

April 2, 2024 — North Carolina’s March 2024 elections will go down in history as the event that opened the eyes of millions of voters who discovered, despite a successful constitutional amendment battle and 13 years of legislative performance art on the subject, North Carolina still allows people to vote without photo ID. We’re told …

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NH Lawsuit Exposes Never-Trump GOP Strategy

Jan 25, 2024 — Exit polls from Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary expose the way globalist Republicans in NH, NC, and elsewhere, are again begging Democrat-leaning “Independent” voters to raid the Republican primary and vote against Trump, bleeding his campaign out of precious resources, while giving Nikki Haley enough delegate votes for her backers to stage …

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If Ohio Can, Why Can’t North Carolina?

Jan 10, 2024 — During the same week that NC election officials starts sending absentee ballots to voters and allowing them to vote without photo ID, a federal Judge in Ohio upheld one of the strictest voter ID laws in the nation, begging the question of when NC lawmakers will get around to fixing our …

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The Mark Harris Saga Continues . . . maybe

Dec 4, 2023 — At a hearing/non-hearing today in a Wake County court, we learned that a trial date may finally be set for Woody Hester, the last man standing in Bladen County’s infamous “voter fraud” investigation that North Carolina’s Democrat-RINO cabal used to oust Mark Harris from his duly elected congressional victory in 2018. …

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The New Phantom Menace

Nov 28, 2023 – Sometime during today’s NC State Board of Election canvass meeting, they will address a HAVA complaint, filed by the NC Audit Force, involving the SBE’s abuse a convenient provision of NC law (NCGS §163-82.4(b)) that gives election officials a seamless way to register as many non-citizen or other illegal voters as …

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About NC’s fake voter ID law

Nov 8, 2023 – People who voted in this year’s election cycle may be under the impression that they had to show a  valid photo ID in order to vote and a recent media blitz by credits Speaker of the NC House and soon-to-be-coronated Congressman, Timmy Moore for the voter ID law, but it’s really …

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ES&S Machine Problems in PA . . . but

. . .  not in North Carolina, according to the NC State Board of Elections. Nov 8, 2023 — By now, many in the election integrity world are buzzing over last night’s news reports that “voting machines forced multiple polling places to turn to emergency paper ballots” after “yes” became “no” and one judicial candidate …

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The NC-Purple State Myth

Sep 26, 2023 – Beyond keeping it in Legislative hands, we’ve been agnostic on the question of redistricting. By that, I mean we’ve strongly opposed any sort of “nonpartisan” redistricting commissions, but otherwise trust the lawmakers to fight it out in an effective way. Democrats and Republicans will engage in a tug of war over …

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An Open Letter . . .

Good morning, Lawmakers… I hadn’t planned to clutter your inbox, but I want you to know that NC Audit Force leadership has made an excellent point that changes my opinion. It starts with the SBE concerns over the hand counting of ballots. I originally weighed in as agnostic on a certain provision the SBE wanted …

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Possibilites for Positive Election Law Reforms (Part 4 of 4)

[North Carolina’s veto-proof Republican State Senate recently fast tracked a bill called “No Partisan Advantage in Elections (SB 749)” and sent it over to the veto-proof Republican House. On it’s surface, the bill sounds like an idea everybody could support. . . which is why we’re peeking under the hood to see what’s inside it. This …

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Life Inside the Sausage Factory

Last week’s passage of HB 747 brought an unsatisfying end to the 10-year battle Voter Integrity Project had waged, joined by NC Representative George Cleveland, to enact a law forcing North Carolina’s Clerks of Court to share jury disqualification information with election officials.  Far from “spiking the football,” I wanted to take a moment to …

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Hand-Eye Theater

CAUTION: THIS POST CONTAINS MATH AUG 23, 2023 — It’s becoming more and more apparent that the NCSBE has designed a hand-eye process to fool the public into believing they have the ability to detect any real or imagined machine manipulation. One clear indication of said manipulation would involve making sure the marked ballots match …

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Beware the Leftist Lies About Observer Bill

Aug 9, 2023 — The Left’s panic over HB 772, a bill codifying Poll Observer rights, has been exposed through an alarming propaganda campaign being pushed by Uber-Leftist, Bob Hall. For those new to this arena, Bob Hall is the “retired” Director of a Soros-backed group called, Democracy NC, and he recently socialized a panic-inducing …

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The Ugly: Legislative Tyranny (Part 3 of 4)

[North Carolina’s veto-proof Republican State Senate recently fast tracked a bill called “No Partisan Advantage in Elections (SB 749)” and sent it over to the veto-proof Republican House. On it’s surface, the bill sounds like an idea everybody could support. . . which is why we’re peeking under the hood to see what’s inside it. …

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Jovan spills the beans about Matt Braynard!

Aug 5, 2023 — Got a fun clip today from Jovan Pulitzer, offering more evidence that Matt Braynard is a fraud and briefly mentioned how Matt stole the Voter Integrity Project branding. Those of us who spend more than a decade keeping the election integrity movement alive before 2020’s election all see through Braynard’s grift, …

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Welcoming Soros Into NC Elections: The Bad (2/4)

[Note: The first part of this 3-part series highlighted some of the good features to NC’s Senate Bill 749, “No Partisan Advantage in Elections (SB 749).” You may view Part 1 by clicking here. After it is posted, you may view Part 3 by clicking here. Today’s post, part 2, deals with some of the dangers …

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