Time to vanquish election Gotham with Truth, Justice, the American Way
SAN DIEGO: A plan years in the making is unraveling to steal America from its people. While ANTIFA, BLM, and Left media ramped up a pre-election Gotham, dark forces mobilized. Conspirators reveled in dirty politics to elect ‘Gotham’s guy’, using Dominion. Punishers now coerce to concede, sending thousands of threats to GSA chief Emily Murphy, handling the transition. Murphy stood her legal ground waiting for a constitutionally – certified president Dec 14.Just because Biden transition has been greenlighted by Trump, it doesn’t mean the conspirators have won.We can be thankful for those among u...
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Biden-Harris Climate Plan: ‘Not Trump’ Is Not Enough
Joe Biden’s election is a huge positive in a year that has been extremely difficult across the globe. I speak for a vast number of people who watched anxiously from outside the United States when I heartily thank those who mobilized, campaigned and voted to make it happen. Your hard work affects us all.But we’re not at the end of the line. Far from it.Biden shows promise, but there can be no backsliding and or watering down. In fact, the ambition needs to grow. Now is the time for truly bold vision, leadership and action. For instance, Biden has said repeatedly that he will not ban fracking, a...
Fed-up voters are going to demand changes following the stolen 2020 election
By Duncan SmithIf the results of a new survey are any indication, the vast majority of Americans are disgusted with current voting rules (especially those that were simply made up in time for this election so Democrats could steal results).According to Just the News, nearly nine in 10 voters surveyed in conjunction with Rasmussen Reports want changes including purging names of people from voter registration lists who have died or moved out of the district (this is already supposed to be done under a provision of a Clinton-era voter registration law nicknamed “Motor-Voter”).The outlet reported:...
The National Sentinel
Adam Schiff analyzes the 2020 election
By Adam SchiffAdam SchiffLOS ANGELES — It’s been three weeks since Election Day, and in typical 2020 fashion, it’s been a whirlwind. As we take a moment to take stock of things before Thanksgiving, I wanted to sit down and share a few of my thoughts on the election, what we did right, what we must do better, and where we go from here.First things first, there was one overriding goal on November 3rd: Defeat Donald Trump and elect Joe Biden. That was goal one, two, and three. And we did it. By that existential measure alone, the election was a vital success and we can all be proud of the role we...
San Diego Jewish World
'It's about democracy': Law school deans weigh in on attacks on election results
As many as half of America’s law school deans are expected to sign a letter saying continued legal attacks on this month’s election amount to what one called “frivolous attacks on our democracy.”The letter comes after a parade of unsuccessful lawsuits from President Donald Trump’s legal team challenging the results of the Nov. 3 election. On Monday Michigan certified its election results, dismissing Trump’s complaints about the fairness of the vote and allowing Democrat Joe Biden to claim the state’s 16 electoral votes.“The thrust of it is that the election was conducted completely fairly and ...
The Charlotte Observer
As fraudulent election nears, Maduro cracks down on journalists
Ahead of the unconstitutional and fraudulent December 6 parliamentary elections in Venezuela, the illegitimate regime of Nicolás Maduro is cracking down on journalists.The Venezuelan constitution protects freedom of expression, forbids censorship and guarantees access to information.However, Venezuela has fallen 31 places since 2014 in the World Press Freedom Index — ranking 147 out of 180 countries — thanks to Maduro’s attacks on journalists and their publications.“Elections cannot be free/fair under such a regime,” said the U.S. Department of State’s Michael Kozak. “The world must hold Madur...
Impact of coronavirus on elections: Still no absentee balloting
The Central Elections Committee is preparing for an election that could take place in the middle of a third wave of the coronavirus, but no drastic steps are expected to be taken, political sources said Tuesday.Unlike the election in the US three weeks ago, there will still be no voting by mail, ballot drop off sites, early voting or absentee balloting for anyone but emissaries of the state and Zionist institutions. Nothing will be done digitally, and the ballots will continue to be counted by hand.“Any dramatic change would have to pass in the current Knesset, and that is not going to happen,...
Jpost.com - The Jerusalem Post online edition
Biden transition will be rough and rocky
The US election is, in fact, over and Joe Biden won and has been certified by enough states to make the outcome irreversible. Nevertheless, the transition will not go smoothly, as Donald Trump is placing obstacles in the path of the president-elect.We had expected that the Trump campaign would engage in such acts in order to challenge the outcome of this election and that President Trump, himself, would have difficulty accepting that he had, indeed, lost.The Trump campaign has, in fact, filed dozens of lawsuits claiming fraudulent votes, mistaken tallies, and improper vote-counting procedures....
Michigan board certifies Nov. 3 election, cementing Biden victory
LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan board in charge of certifying election results cast a pivotal vote Monday to validate the state’s tallies, cementing Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s victory despite unproven claims of fraud levied by Republican President Donald Trump.The Board of State Canvassers voted 3-0 to certify the results after taking about three hours of public comment. Republican board member Aaron Van Langevelde crossed over to join the two Democratic board members in supporting certification, which is traditionally viewed as an administrative step but had drawn the spotlight as T...
The Detroit News
Burkina Faso votes in presidential election in the shadow of jihadist violence
Polls closed in Burkina Faso on Sunday after a presidential and parliamentary election dominated by the threat of Islamist violence that prevented voting in hundreds of villages.President Roch Kabore is seeking a second five-year term, campaigning on achievements such as free healthcare for children under the age of five and paving some of the red dirt roads that snake across the arid West African country.But a surge in attacks by groups with links to al Qaeda and Islamic State has eclipsed everything. The violence has cost more than 2,000 lives this year alone.Three weeks after Kaboré's inaug...