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Election Fraud Expert Russ Ramsland Files Affidavit Showing ‘PHYSICAL IMPOSSIBILITY’ of Election Results in Michigan
The affidavit from Russell Ramsland of Allied Security Systems concerning the election fraud that took place in the 2020 election in Michigan was released. In the affidavit Ramsland shows the physical improbabilities of the election results there.
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A pair of attorneys discussed the legitimacy of the election and argued the left got caught red-handed in stealing the vote.
On Wednesday, attorney Lin Wood and talk show host Mark Levin weighed in on the ongoing legal challenges. The two pointed out the “real” results showed President Trump won by a massive margin.
“This election was a fraud,” stated Lin Wood, attorney for the Trump campaign. “Donald Trump won, I believe, a 70% plus landslide election in the nation. He probably won over 400 electoral votes.”
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The following address was delivered as part of a symposium at the 150th anniversary of the burning of Winnsboro, S.C., in February 2015, sponsored by the Winnsboro Historical Society. It is published here for the first time.
By preface, I have one common-sense comment on the manufactured controversy over who burned Columbia. An army who torches and pillages every town and hamlet from the S.C. coast to the N.C. border is not going to skip the wealthiest and most hated place on its route. It would take an imbecile to be persuaded of this, especially in light of hundreds of eyewitness accounts showing the manner and details of the intentional burning of the city and Sherman’s own final admission.
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“How Do You Deprogram 75 Million People?” – California Democrat Calls For “Post WWII” Reeducation For Trump Supporters
California Democrat David Atkins this week called for Trump supporters to be “deprogrammed” in “post WWII” type reeducation camps.
“No seriously…how *do* you deprogram 75 million people? Where do you start? Fox? Facebook?” Atkins said“We have to start thinking in terms of post-WWII Germany or Japan. Or the failures of Reconstruction in the South.” he added.
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Rudy Giuliani and other lawyers representing President Donald Trump’s campaign outlined their case Thursday that the Nov. 3 presidential election was so deeply flawed in several key states that the results should be overturned in the president’s favor.
Giuliani said there was a pattern to the alleged irregularities in key states that suggested, he said, a “plan from a centralized place” to commit voter fraud in cities controlled by Democrats.
He said widespread adoption of vote-by-mail had allowed Democrats to take big-city corruption practices nationwide. “They picked the places where they could get away with it.”
Here are the key allegations the lawyers presented:
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Rudy Giuliani Blasts Media for Failing to Report Evidence: 220 Affidavits in MI Case Alone, ‘Triple-Counted’ Ballots
Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, blasted members of the establishment media during a Thursday press conference, contending that they are failing to do their job by “falsely” reporting a lack of evidence in Trump’s election disputes in key swing states.
“There are many more affidavits here. I’d like to read them all to you, but I don’t have the time. You should have had the time and energy to go look for them,” Giuliani said, telling the reporters in the room that it is, quite literally, their job.
“It’s your job to read these things and not falsely report that there’s no evidence. Do you know how many affidavits we have in the Michigan case? Two hundred twenty affidavits. They’re not all public, but eight of them are,” Giuliani continued before laying out the claims made by four affidavits alone
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Members of President Donald Trump’s legal team claimed to the American public at a press conference held Thursday that Trump won the election “in a landslide,” if it had not been for fraudulent votes and other shady dealings. They also promised they would “prove it.”
Former New York City Mayor and lawyer to the president, Rudy Giuliani, said that in states including Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, and Arizona, the legal team has found “more than double the number of votes needed to overturn the election, in terms of provable, illegal ballots.”
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While watching a seventy-minute interview with Professor Adam Domby about his book, The False Cause, I was surprised at the number of errors, biased interpretations and even endorsement of “extralegal” conduct by anti-statue mobs. The False Cause focuses on Civil War and Reconstruction memory, particularly involving Confederate memorials.
First, and foremost, Domby erroneously proclaims that the signature Confederate statues erected in Southern courthouse squares between 1900 and 1920 were chiefly installed to celebrate white supremacy. In truth, they were erected because the old soldiers were fading away. The typical surviving Confederate veteran was aged 60 in 1900 and 80 in 1920. Moreover, memorials for both Federal and Confederate soldiers surged during the war’s semicentennial from 1911 to 1915. Additionally, prior to 1900 the postbellum South was too poor to fund many memorials. Even in 1900 the region’s per capita income was only half the national average. Finally, after the sons of Confederate veterans eagerly joined the military to help win the 1898 Spanish-American War, Union veterans realized that their former rivals were also Americans who deserved their own memorials.
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President Donald Trump’s campaign is seeking a recount of ballots in two Wisconsin counties where he trails presumptive president-elect Joe Biden by 20,000 votes in the state.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission said the campaign paid the state $3 million on Wednesday morning to start a recount in liberal Dane and Milwaukee counties, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
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Join Donald Livingston, Philip Leigh, and Samuel Mitcham for a discussion on the causes of the War for Southern Independence. Hosted and moderated by Brion McClanahan.
Was the War about slavery? Did the North go to war to end slavery and did the South fight to protect the institution? The modern narrative creates a dichotomy of a noble North fighting against a morally corrupt and evil South. Is this true? What role did slavery play in the conflict leading to the War and did secession require a military response? With Confederate monuments, symbols, and figures under constant attack by establishment academics and political leaders, the War has become both a political and historical topic and now has a central role in our public discourse. These questions must be addressed and are central to our historical consciousness as Americans.
Donald Livingston is the founder and president of the Abbeville Institute.
Philip Leigh is an historian and author who has written five books on the War and Reconstruction, the most recent being Causes of the Civil War (Shotwell, 2020).
Samuel Mitcham holds a Ph.D in American History from the University of Tennessee and has written over forty books on military history, including the recently published It Wasn't About Slavery (Regnery History, 2020).
The event begins promptly at 7 PM Eastern on December 15, 2020.
7:00-7:05: Introduction of speakers, Brion McClanahan
7:05-7:35: Donald Livingston
7:35-8:05: Philip Leigh
8:05-8:35: Samuel Mitcham
8:35-9:00: Q&A moderated by Brion McClanahan
This event is limited to 100 participants. Tickets are limited to one per registrant. You will be provided a Zoom link following the checkout page. Please register immediately after purchasing your ticket.
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Since the 1965 Immigration Act, U.S. immigration policy has favored the growth of the Democratic Party. This advantage for the Democrats accelerated after the 1986 Amnesty and began accelerating still more with the election of Republican George W. Bush in 2000,who favored amnesty and more legal immigration. It accelerated still more under Obama even though there was no major amnesty.
The Political changes in California from Ronald Reagan to sold radical Democrat at the state level is an example few heeded, and radical dominance has now extended to many states.
According to Stephen Miller, an important Trump staff member, 14 percent of Non-citizens in the U.S. were registered to vote in 2017. This has probably increased since 2017. Many states this year mass-mailed unrequested absentee ballots from registration roles not kept updated. This was a perfect opportunity for massive vote fraud, including many more non-residents (both legal and illegal) voting.
We have also reached the stage of political correctness that non-citizens voting are unlikely to be challenged. More than 36,000 Arizona voters this year were not proven as to citizenship.
Trump has made tremendous inroads into minority block-voting simply by common sense economic policy. It should have been enough to win, but 2020 is the year of vote fraud. The Democrats cannot be expected to change a fraud-ridden election system and are planning massive amnesties and open borders to make one party Democrat rule permanent.
But we need to keep working hard, never surrendering, pray, and wait for God to act. .
The Atlantic stuns with feature accused of ‘cheering eugenics,’ promoting ‘murder' of Down syndrome babies
'Everyone who works there should be ashamed,' Curtis Houck wrote
The Atlantic shocked readers with a polarizing feature that has been accused of promoting the mass abortion of children who are determined to have Down syndrome through prenatal testing -- but others feel the story is an important one that needed to be told.
NewsBusters managing editor Curtis Houck accused The Atlantic of cheering eugenics “and the murder of people with Down Syndrome, simply because of who God created them to be.”
“Everyone who works there should be ashamed,” Houck wrote.
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