Article: Lin Wood on Saving America: Speak Truth and Fight Back

Election Reform, Government

Lin Wood on Saving America: Speak Truth and Fight Back

Lin Wood, a recent transplant to South Carolina, is an attorney licensed to practice in the State of Georgia, a privilege he’s held for almost forty-four years. During that time, he’s been a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia.

A true patriot who cares deeply about the United States of America and all she stands for, Mr. Wood is currently under attack by the State Bar of Georgia with an unprecedented effort underway by its Disciplinary Board to ban him from practicing law in the state unless he submits to a psychological evaluation to determine his mental fitness.

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Article: Election committee members schooled during latest non-public hearing

Election Fraud

Election committee members schooled during latest non-public hearing

The Assembly continued its partisan “investigation” into the 2020 presidential elections with a third invite-only hearing before the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections on Wednesday. 

While Democrats and voting access advocacy groups have labeled past hearings a “sham,” the answers from the sole invited guest were in marked contrast to the first two hearings that featured Republicans, many with no expertise, advancing conspiracy theories, anecdotal tales and unsubstantiated accusations of fraud.

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Article: Question of election fraud will not go away

Election Fraud

Article: Question of election fraud will not go away

As we are now three months out from the elections and almost one month removed from the storming of the Capitol, we can step back, catch our breath and reassess where we stand. Emotions are calming down, the news cycle is less intense, and fanatical voices are being separated from reasonable voices. Yet one thing remains constant: Millions of fair-minded Americans still believe there was serious election fraud. This is an issue that simply will not disappear. Continue reading “Article: Question of election fraud will not go away”

Article: Election Results: Tracking Viral Disinformation

Election Fraud

Election Results: Tracking Viral Disinformation

President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. has won the presidential election, but there are efforts to sow doubt about the outcome.

Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, has spread a litany of falsehoods and conspiracy theories in media appearances and social media over the past week. Mr. Giuliani, who has a long history of fudging the truth and who has led the Trump campaign’s largely unsuccessful legal fight over the election, has focused particularly on debunked claims of barred poll workers and unsubstantiated conspiracy theories about a voting software company affecting the election’s outcome.

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Pastor Brown: Did We Idolize Donald Trump & Lose God’s Blessing?

Cultural Intelligence

Pastor Brown: Did We Idolize Donald Trump & Lose God’s Blessing?

 

 

We must look rather at the setting of the heart. And if the setting of the heart reveals idols throughout the prophetic flow, if the heart is set on a man, a nation, a country and a culture, then you know what you are looking at. You know what you are hearing. You are hearing illusion, and if persisted in, becomes Spirit-filled delusion. (For more on this, see my article “The Holy Spirit of Delusion”).

God is in process of replacing America as we know it—it’s banking systems, its legal systems and its cushy church systems (to which the prophets themselves are all anchored to the hilt). These are just a couple examples.

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Article: Data Quality and Election Integrity: How Voter Registrations Are Validated

Election Reform

Data Quality and Election Integrity: How Voter Registrations Are Validated

Casting a ballot in the 2020 state primaries is proving no small feat. Several states have grappled with serious blunders over the past few months – sounding the alarm for what could transpire come the US general election in November.

Long lines, faulty machines, untrained personnel, and registered voters missing from voter rolls are all signs of a system in peril. Toss in health and safety concerns surrounding a global pandemic, and you have a system nearing its breaking point.

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Article: Report: Voter Rolls Are Growing Owing To Automatic Voter Registration

Election Reform

Report: Voter Rolls Are Growing Owing To Automatic Voter Registration

The United States is almost alone among industrial countries and other democracies in putting most of the onus of registering to vote on individual voters, a sometimes cumbersome process that may explain a large portion of why turnout rates in the U.S. are lower than in many other countries.

But the increasing adoption of automatic voter registration over the past five years has led to a big boost in the voter rolls in states that have implemented the new system, according to a new study by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School.