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Trump Attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Bernie and Sid on WABC to update the audience on the election lawsuits.
Rudy told the WABC audience, “We believe from what we saw in Michigan that the machines have an inaccurate vote—that they’re programmed to give Biden somewhere between a 2% and 5% advantage.”
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Millions of Americans do not accept the outcome of the 2020 election. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is one of them.
The irregularities in voting, the flooding of the country with mail-in ballots, the pausing of vote counting in the middle of the night and more. When you put it all together, it’s just too much to bear.
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The outcome of the count of the Electoral College votes in Congress during the joint session on Jan. 6 rests on the shoulders of voters who should call their representatives and demand they reject electors sent from states where the results are in dispute over allegations of fraud and misconduct, according to Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.)
“The only thing that will get the congressmen and senators to do what is right for our country on this issue of voter fraud and election theft is active participation by American citizens who want honest and accurate elections. Now, can American citizens actively participate? Very simply, they have to call their congressmen and their senators and demand that they support this effort to protect our election system from fraud and illegal conduct,” Brooks told The Epoch Times on Dec. 21.
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North Carolina Senators
Senator Tom Till (202) 224-6442
Senator Richard Burr (202) 224-3154
South Carolina Senators
Senator Tim Scott (202) 224-6121
Senator Lindsey Graham ((202) 224-5972
I drove a cab for years in and around Camp Pendleton, lived in San Clemente at the northern end, lived in Fallbrook at the eastern side and on San Onofre (Beach) Campground. The Vietnamese lived in tent city around San Mateo the northern end in 1975 upon the evacuation and I visited them every Sunday.
A fast-moving wildfire burning on and around Camp Pendleton military base in Southern California forced thousands of people to flee in the early morning hours of Christmas Eve.
The fire, dubbed the Creek Fire, broke out just after 11 p.m. Wednesday local time. By 1 a.m. Thursday it had forced evacuations of housing areas on Camp Pendleton, a sprawling, 195-square-mile U.S. Marine Corps base between San Diego and Los Angeles.
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