Article: CNN Director admits network engaged to remove Trump from Presidency

Election 2020, Election Fraud, Media

CNN Director admits network engaged to remove Trump from Presidency

CNN Director Charlie Chester admitted the network engaged in ‘Propaganda’ to remove Trump from Presidency, according to a video of Project Veritas.

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has just released new, secretly recorded footage on Tuesday that reveals CNN employees describing how the network worked to support President Joe Biden’s campaign during the 2020 presidential election.

CNN Technical Director Charlie Chester played the video’s starring role. “Our focus was to get Trump out of office, right?” the video shows Chester telling someone off-camera. “Without saying it, that’s what it was.”

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Georgia voting law is no return to Jim Crow

Election Reform

Georgia voting law is no return to Jim Crow

I am so glad the whole white supremacy and gun nut narrative is over, so we can get back to the one about voter suppression. Those horrific shootings late last month diverted our attention away from what President Joe Biden has called “Jim Crow on steroids,” namely the recent controversial voting reform legislation passed in Georgia and signed by Gov. Brian Kemp.

Anyone who has actually read the almost 100 pages of the Georgia law would know that it is not an attempt to keep Black voters from voting. It is not akin to the KKK roadblocks that my father encountered in Mississippi in 1967.

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Article: The New York Times Can’t Get Basic Facts Right on Election Reform

Election Reform

The New York Times Can’t Get Basic Facts Right on Election Reform

Not surprisingly, The New York Times is pushing liberal talking points when it falsely asserts in an article from Tuesday that reforms by state legislatures to remedy the vulnerabilities in their election laws are “voting restrictions.”

Trying to guarantee the fairness and integrity of the election process, when polling shows a large number of Americans have lost confidence in the security of our system, isn’t “rolling back access to voting,” as the Times put it.

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