Category Archive: News

Beating Back the Deniers

June 2, 2021 (Raleigh) This weekend’s political forecast is for heavy song-and-dance acts performed by Republican lawmakers and party leaders, all sung to the tune of “Don’t Worry–Be Happy.” The loud music will be to blare out any NCGOP convention goers who dare to question the laughable establishment claim that there was “no fraud” in …

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Trust without verification . . .

“Dishonest scales are an abomination to the Lord, but a just weight is his delight.”  Proverbs 11:1 July 14, 2021 (Raleigh) As the awakened public continues to hound election officials for answers about our April 13 report on modem chips embedded on the motherboard of the ES&S DS 200, the most widely used election tabulation …

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Foothills Bootcamp Agenda Set

May 17, 2021 (King, NC) Voter Integrity Project’s June 12 bootcamp in King, NC will feature more voter fraud mitigation tactics and less speeches than the group’s earlier Waynesville training, according to VIP’s Director, Jay DeLancy. (Order tickets here.) “The physical limitations cause by the previous venue, made the season’s first bootcamp a lot less …

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Nice Win for Freedom . . .

BUT at best it will only expose the non-citizen voting problem. Fixing it is the job of our elected “leaders.” May 12, 2021 (Alexandria, VA) . . . Yesterday, Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) won major appeals court ruling in a nearly two-year legal fignt against the North Carolina State Board of Elections who was …

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Election Board Pushes Observer-Suppression Measure

April 23, 2021 (Raleigh) While concerns over election integrity are growing throughout the nation, North Carolina’s State Board of Elections has lunged in the opposite direction with a proposed agency rule change that effectively reduces public oversight of poll workers while making it even less likely election observers are ever present at the polls. The …

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Modem Discovery Draws SBE Denial

April 19, 2021 (Raleigh) Our report last Tuesday about modem chips being embedded in Michigan’s ES&S DS200 tabulation machines and our linking it to the DS200’s being used in around 80 NC counties, has drawn the ire of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, along with a copy of the response they provided to …

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Surprise Guest Coming to VIP Bootcamp April 10

Apr 18, 2021 (Waynesville, NC) Voter Integrity Project is proud to announce that Scott Walter, President of Capital Research Center, will address the audience at our Apr 24 Voter Integrity Bootcamp, addressing his organizations investigation into the impact of “Zuck Bucks,” (i.e. Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg’s private infusion of cash) into certain NC jurisdictions during …

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Guilty Democrat Ballot Harvesters Get Feather Convictions

Apr 15, 2021 (Raleigh) Raising serious doubts about the McCrae Dowless prosecution, Hoke County Democrat activists, Wanda Blue and Julia Shaw, indicted for harvesting a combined 21 absentee ballots from Hoke County nursing home patients, quietly accepted a lesser charge but Hoke resident, Hal Nunn, whose mother, a Stage-Four Alzheimer patient, was a victim, today …

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