LAS VEGAS, NV – The Nevada Republican Committee has sent a criminal referral to the Department of Justice after they claim that thousands of people voted in Nevada but didn’t reside there.
The Nevada GOP released an official statement:
“Our lawyers just sent a criminal referral to AG Barr regarding at least 3,062 instances of voter fraud. We expect that number to grow substantially. Thousands of individuals have been identified who appear to have violated the law by casting ballots after they moved from NV.”
Our lawyers just sent a criminal referral to AG Barr regarding at least 3,062 instances of voter fraud. We expect that number to grow substantially. Thousands of individuals have been identified who appear to have violated the law by casting ballots after they moved from NV.
— Nevada GOP (@NVGOP) November 6, 2020
Just hours before this announcement, the Trump campaign filed a federal lawsuit in Las Vegas to halt ballot counting of “illegal” votes in Nevada. The Trump campaign indicates that deceased persons and non-residents voting was the basis for the suit.
Fox News reports:
“The Trump campaign alleges there are “tens of thousands” of people who voted in Nevada who are no longer state residents. The campaign said it is not seeking to stop the vote but rather ensure that every “legal“ vote is counted and that no “illegal” votes are counted.”
Former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell explained:
“We are confident that when all legal votes are tallied — and only legal votes are tallied — President Trump will win the state of Nevada.
Ballots are not automatically legal votes until they are checked. We are not being allowed to check.
If you haven’t been in the state for 30 days, it is illegal to vote. The fact is, we are filing this federal lawsuit to protect legal voters.
It is unacceptable in this country to have illegal votes counted, and that’s what’s happening in the state of Nevada.”
According to a report by The Hill, the Washington Post reported that the party’s lawyers sent Attorney General William Barr a list of voters identified by cross-checking voter registration names and addresses with the National Change of Address database.
Two points to note:
“Nevada law allows residents to cast ballots after moving out of state if they are serving in the military, a spouse of someone in the military or attending school.”
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is involved and argued against the Republican party. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Nevada pointed out in a tweet Thursday following the criminal referral announcement that voters in the state do not lose their eligibility to vote when they leave the state temporarily.
“The ACLU of Nevada is watching to be sure this election remains fair and we are prepared to fight if any serious cases are filed.”
— ACLU of Nevada (@ACLUNV) November 6, 2020
It should be noted that the Republican party did not delineate voters out of state temporarily for military service or school, but pointed to people who no longer reside in Nevada or had recently moved to the state and had not been there at least 30 days.
The Clark County (NV) Registrar of Voters, Joe Gloria, gave a long statement and press conference yesterday. When asked about allegations of voter fraud, he gave a short response:
“We’re firm in our commitment to making sure that we’re processing ballots with high integrity.”
This statement by Joe Gloria seems to echo, nearly word-for-word, the statements of election officials, secretaries of state, and attorneys general in several states.
It is exceptionally curious that in the states with the most voter fraud allegations and accusations of irregularities, Democrats control the government. That is true for Nevada, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. In most of the southern and midwestern states, Trump won resoundingly, sometimes by more than 20 percentage points.
The Pennsylvania Secretary of State, Kathy Boockvar, was called out yesterday during a press conference where she attempted to update the press on election matters in Pennsylvania, and especially the controversy surrounding Philadelphia.
When asked about her negative Trump tweets from the past, PA Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar assures everyone that was in the past, and she since took an oath of office so her personal feelings won’t impact her job.
— Sharyl Attkisson?️♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) November 5, 2020
She was asked about vicious, horrible, and partisan tweets she’d made against President Trump in the past. She simply indicated that it was 4 years ago, and when she took her oath of office, she promised to be fair. Sounds eerily familiar to Trump voters, to be sure.
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Report: Democrat operative who pushed vote-by-mail also pushed the phony Russian dossier
November 5, 2020
UNITED STATES- Enjoying all the havoc surrounding the 2020 election? How would you feel if the same Democratic lawyer behind the changes in voting laws across the country that has turned our election process into that of a third-world banana republic was also behind the Russian dossier to smear President Trump for the 2016 election?
Meet Marc Elias, who works for a Washington, DC law firm, Perkins Coie.
Elias also at one time represented one Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign.
He also served as general counsel for John Kerry’s presidential campaign in 2004, and works as counsel for the Democratic National Committee, and the party’s House and Senate campaign committees.
The Washington Post reported in 2017 that Elias and Perkins Coie hired Fusion GPS to conduct opposition “research” against President Trump on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
Moreover, many critics claimed that neither Clinton nor the DNC had properly reported the payments to Fusion GPS in campaign finance filings.
To refresh your memory, Fusion GPS hired disgraced former British spy Christopher Steele, who invented the collusion hoax which haunted the Trump campaign and then the first three years of his presidency.
That hoax was ultimately disproven, however cost millions in taxpayer money to fund the Mueller investigation which found no such collusion.
Part of Steele’s handiwork was a phony dossier, which led to the FBI obtaining FISA warrants even though the FBI knew the information was bogus. They were just attempting to fish for some dirt on President Trump and members of his administration.
Breitbart News reported as they have throughout the 2020 election cycle that Elias had demanded changes to voting procedures, such as vote-by-mail nationwide, and less restrictive voting rules, which he suggested in an article in The Atlantic—an anti-Trump pile of birdcage liner.
Lest you doubt that his suggestions had some less than honorable intentions, they were endorsed by Hillary Clinton.
Democrats found a great excuse to totally upend the election system—COVID-19. Under the excuse of trying to “limit the spread” and other such nonsense, Elias made several suggestions, including:
- Expand curbside voting to ALL ages (unknown if he really meant ALL ages, or just legal ages)
- Allow early voting on weekends
- Adopt vote-anywhere rules
- Create systems for voters to vote at non-peak times in order to reduce lines.
Elias started out by suing or pressuring battleground states, all run by Democrats, to change their voting rules, including Nevada and North Carolina (both of which are currently in the middle of the election hijinks).
In September, the New Republic glowed about Elias, calling him, “The Man Who Is Determined to Stop Trump From Rigging the Election.” Guess they didn’t say anything about Democrats rigging the election.
According to that article, by early September, Elias was involved in 32 election-related cases in 19 states. Most of that litigation surrounded his so-called “four pillars” of protecting vote by mail:
- providing prepaid postage from states,
- counting mail-in ballots as long as they’re postmarked on or before Election Day,
- making it harder for election officials to toss out ballots if the signature doesn’t exactly match the one on file,
- letting local groups gather sealed absentee ballots to submit on voters behalf, which in most circles is called ballot harvesting.
That practice was credited in 2018 with flipping some seven House seats in California from Republican to Democrat days after the election.
Elias filed lawsuits to expand early voting in North Carolina and Georgia ostensibly to prevent long lines.
In the ultimate display of hysterical irony, the article quoted Elias as saying:
“Donald Trump has shown a willingness to violate every norm that one associates with the president of the United States, and even the law in order to advance his political interests, and I expect that between now and the election we will continue to see him do everything he can to win reelection.”
Given the circus we’ve been exposed to this week, the only ones showing their “willingness to violate every norm” is the Democratic party.
As President Trump and the Republicans were rightly concerned about when Democratic-controlled states vastly expanded mail-in voting, including Nevada which implemented it a mere six-weeks before the election, we have seen what mass mail-in voting can become.
The Trump campaign rightly sued Pennsylvania, where all 67 election boards were using ballot drop boxes where people could just drop off their ballots, outside of the U.S. Postal Service. What could possibly go wrong with that?
Elias believes the legal system (his legal system) can “protect the integrity of American elections.”
If what we’ve seen the past few days is his definition of “integrity,” we’ll take a hard pass.
Meanwhile, last month Democrat Joe Biden let it “slip” that he had “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” Given his mental acuity, did he misspeak or did he inadvertently tell the truth?
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