Joe Biden won Nevada in the 2020 election by 34,000 votes. There was much more corruption included in these numbers than the winning margin. Yesterday the Nevada Secretary of State was censored for her role in the state’s corrupt 2020 election results.
The Palmeri Report noted last night:
Of course, the Nevada Secretary of State should have been censored on 42,000 counts. The 2020 Election in Nevada was stolen for Joe Biden and he’s how we know. For starters, there were over 42,000 people who voted more than once in Nevada:
A new report examiningacross all 50 states and Washington, D.C., finds that more than 70% of states offer all voters access to a mail ballot and early voting, while 15 others lag in the methods available to cast a ballot.
The data from the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), provided first to CBS News, shows that 35 states, plus Washington DC, provide the most access. Those states, colored green in the chart below, offer either all mail elections or no-excuse mail voting, along with access to some form of early in-person voting. These states span the political spectrum, including deep-blue states like California, battleground states such as Michigan and Republican strongholds like Wyoming.
As reported by UncoverDC on Apr. 7, the forensic audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County has hit some roadblocks. It is now expected to proceed with a secure venue on Apr. 22. UncoverDC touched base with House Rep. Mark Finchem on Sunday about the audit and some new election integrity bills underway in the State House and Senate.
Independent auditors were chosen on Apr. 1, but the venue for the audit had not yet been decided because of resistance from the Maricopa Board of Supervisors (BOS). Information relayed to UncoverDC by Finchem from the Senate leadership indicates that they have now “secured 20,000+ square footage known as the Coliseum at our state fairgrounds to perform the audit; arrangements for 24-hour physical and live streaming security and the audit teams are assembling and transporting the equipment and personnel to Arizona with an expected start date of the laborious task of ballot-by-ballot inspection and tabulation on April 22nd.” An Apr. 7 Arizona Mirror article seems to confirm the choice of location.
The statement is about court-packing, in response to a commission announced by President Joe Biden, but also about the election and about the Supreme Court declining to hear election cases brought by Republicans, most notably the Texas lawsuit.
“Believe it or not, the President of the United States was not allowed to be heard based on ‘no standing,’ not based on the FACTS,” Trump says in his statement attacking “our politically correct Supreme Court.”
Since the 2020 election the American public learned that voting machines and the systems surrounding the machines have the ability to send ballots to adjudication.
So what is ballot adjudication?
So when an excess number of ballots are sent to adjudication, ballots can then be altered.
Calling all sports bullies to back off, Arizona’s governor says they shouldn’t even think about pulling a “Georgia” and blackmailing his state over voting legislation reform. Critics of pending state legislation on election integrity are already starting a drumbeat to remove major sports events from Arizona, just as Major League Baseball did in removing the All-Star Game from Atlanta.
Multiple election reform laws are being debated in the Arizona Legislature, potentially placing the state in the same crosshairs that subjected Georgia to hysterics about “voter suppression.” Gov. Doug Ducey, an Arizona Republican, said he will not be intimidated by any threats from the NFL to remove Super Bowl LVII (in 2023) from State Farm Stadium in Glendale.
The Voter Participation Center (VPC) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 2003 to help members of the New American Majority register and vote. Since then, the organization has helped more than 5.7 million people register and cast ballots.*
Since 2003, the Voter Participation Center has helped 5.7 million voters register and get to the polls. More than 1.5 million were registered during the 2020 election.**