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

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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: Arizona Senate still eyeing site to audit Maricopa County votes

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Arizona Senate still eyeing site to audit Maricopa County votes

Arizona Senate President Karen Fann said Friday that Maricopa County officials may be balking at cooperating with an audit of the 2020 election results because they fear what it might turn up.

“I’m beginning to wonder if they’re not as confident in their (election) system as they say they are,” Sen. Fann told Capitol Media Services on Friday of the latest refusal by county supervisors to let Senate-hired auditors review the tallying equipment and hand count the 2.1 million ballots where they are currently located at county election offices.

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Mike Lindell promises election fraud ‘evidence’ and Trump return to White House by August

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Mike Lindell promises election fraud ‘evidence’ and Trump return to White House by August

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell predicts former President Donald Trump will be back in the White House before the end of the year.

The controversial mustachioed businessman, whose election film in February was criticized as being rife with falsehoods, claims he has collected new “evidence” of fraud that will show the 2020 election was stolen from Trump and handed to President Joe Biden.

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Article: Founder of company hired to conduct Maricopa County election audit promoted election fraud theories

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Founder of company hired to conduct Maricopa County election audit promoted election fraud theories

The head of a Florida-based technology company who has used social media to promote a range of unfounded election fraud claims and was involved with a previous effort to overturn election results in Michigan has been hired by the Arizona Senate to oversee the recount of Maricopa County’s 2.1 million general election ballots.

The company, called Cyber Ninjas, will lead a team that includes three other firms as part of the $150,000 contract the Senate has awarded to conduct an unprecedented audit of the county’s election results.

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Article: Wales election: Fears over ‘anonymous’ social media adverts

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Wales election: Fears over ‘anonymous’ social media adverts

Voters could see political adverts on social media during the Senedd election campaign without knowing who is behind them.

Leaflets and print adverts must say who has produced and paid for them. Campaigners said the Welsh government “missed an opportunity” to update election laws so the same rules applied to digital advertising for May’s vote.

The Welsh government said it wanted to work with other governments to create new regulations.

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Article: Elections body rejects candidates for governor after they failed to file spending reports

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Elections body rejects candidates for governor after they failed to file spending reports

The National Electoral Institute (INE) has barred two Morena party candidates for governor from contesting the June 6 elections in a move that is certain to inflame tensions between the agency and the ruling party.

The two are among several candidates, most of whom belong to Morena, who were disqualified because they failed to submit reports detailing their pre-campaign expenses.

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Article: Mike Lindell Says Supreme Court Will Have to Take Up Foreign Interference Election Fraud Case

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Mike Lindell Says Supreme Court Will Have to Take Up Foreign Interference Election Fraud Case

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said that while the Supreme Court rejected former President Donald Trump‘s domestic election fraud lawsuits, the nine justices will have to take up a foreign interference election fraud case.

In an appearance on The Eric Metaxas Radio Show, Lindell said, “What we’re gonna bring before them is evidence that’s never even been in any lawsuit. This is the attack from another country.

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Article: Millions of Americans don’t believe Biden was elected fairly. Here’s how that’s affecting voting laws

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Millions of Americans don’t believe Biden was elected fairly. Here’s how that’s affecting voting laws

Two months after Inauguration Day, President Joe Biden is fully immersed in the daily activities of the presidency. He’s signed bills, announced a flurry of executive orders and delivered a speech from the White House’s red-carpeted Cross Hall. Yet the false narrative that Biden was not duly elected lingers. That is, millions of Americans don’t believe the 2020 presidential election reflected the will of the people.

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Article: Georgia Republicans Turn Trump’s Baseless Claims of Voter Fraud Into an Electoral Strategy

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Georgia Republicans Turn Trump’s Baseless Claims of Voter Fraud Into an Electoral Strategy

On Monday, Georgia’s incumbent senators, Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, both Republicans, issued a joint statement calling on Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, who is also a Republican, to resign. “The Secretary of State has failed to deliver honest and transparent elections,” Loeffler and Perdue insisted. They did not provide any evidence, nor did they question a specific result. Loeffler—who was appointed to the Senate late last year by Georgia’s governor, the Republican Brian Kemp, after the longtime senator Johnny Isakson retired—ran against twenty-one candidates in a special election this fall, and finished second, securing a spot in a January runoff, against the Democrat Raphael Warnock. Perdue, in his race, received about 1.5 per cent more of the vote than the Democrat Jon Ossoff, and about a third of a point less than the fifty per cent threshold required for victory by Georgia election law. (A libertarian, Shane Hazel, received about two per cent of the vote.) Perdue is headed to a runoff, too. Neither Perdue nor Loeffler is entitled to a recount; both candidates are already campaigning. Continue reading “Article: Georgia Republicans Turn Trump’s Baseless Claims of Voter Fraud Into an Electoral Strategy”

Article: Explained: What is ‘Absolute Proof’, the film that is pushing US election fraud conspiracy theories?

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Explained: What is ‘Absolute Proof’, the film that is pushing US election fraud conspiracy theories?

Absolute Proof is hosted by Mike Lindell, the CEO of the bedding company MyPillow, a known Trump supporter who also had a role in encouraging the voter fraud theories pushed by the former President.

On Friday, pro-Trump TV news channel One America News aired a two-hour-long film titled “Absolute Proof” that claims to expose the alleged election fraud theories related to the 2020 presidential elections.

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Article: Arizona Senate fast-tracks contempt vote in election dispute

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Arizona Senate fast-tracks contempt vote in election dispute

Republicans who control the Arizona Senate voted Thursday to fast-track a resolution finding Maricopa County in contempt for failing to turn over elections equipment and ballots cast in the November election as a subpoena demanded.

The rules change brought furious opposition from minority Democrats, who called the effort further evidence that GOP senators have bought into unfounded conspiracy theories that President Joe Biden won Arizona because of problems with vote counting.

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