After Friday and Saturday’s Logic and Accuracy Test (LAT) – which reportedly flagged ~54% of ballots for adjudication – candidates and their teams were expecting additional assurances that the recount would proceed in a manner they could trust. How silly of them. Continue reading watch: the gold standard of election (fraud) caught on video during the el paso county recount
The American Middle Class has been decimated since the so-called ruler of the United States took office, and you’ve done nothing but make speeches and raise money and, again, play politics. Continue reading daily redress: remind congress it’s 100 days until they are replaced!
According to people in the room, the high error rate was not expected. Continue reading “the high ballot rejection rate means the machines are working”
Read today’s story and letter on Conservative Daily, where you can fax this letter to your legislators with the touch of a button! Continue reading daily redress: demand equal treatment – sanction rep. sanchez
The news media is reporting this spending package as, “inflation-fighting health care, climate change and deficit reduction strategies.” Your strategy to fight inflation is to print and spend $739 billion on Obamacare and climate change? Continue reading daily redress: stop printing money! democrats’ unveil “inflation-fighting spending package”
Calls for free and fair elections aren’t going away. We the People will regain control of our elections and ensure the outcomes reflect the will of the People. Photo: Kevin D. Liles / NYT / Redux Continue reading daily redress: demand machine-free midterms
Clerk Schroeder legally imaged his machines. Griswold found out about this when Schroeder disclosed it in a lawsuit against her (classic). Griswold then went all Mesa County. Continue reading exculpatory report on elbert county elections destroys griswold’s narrative. so she’s suppressing it.
In 2021, I gave many speeches that included some variation of, “How are we going to fight Democrats with Republicans … Continue reading My Latest Chronicle Column: It’s Time to Split the Vote