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Week of December 7, 2020

Week of December 7, 2020
Posted: Dec 11, 2020
Categories: Poll Questions
Comments: 10

Topic: Texas' Supreme Court Lawsuit Against GA, MI, PA, WI

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Does Texas’ Supreme Court lawsuit against GA, MI, PA and WI have merit, or does it violate federalism and states’ rights?

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10 comments on article "Week of December 7, 2020"

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Nancy M. Russell, 12/12/2020 5:11 PM

Collectively the issue of fraud in balloting affects all citizens, so I would say it has federal merit. It seems the Supreme Court decided differently and we have to live with that, however there is an old saying that "nothing is settled until it is settled right" so be it.


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Joy Crouch, 12/12/2020 5:42 PM

This suit was a violation of State Rights and we should all be appalled that all these AGs and Congressional representatives endorsed this. Obviously, a lot of Republicans have ditched all the principles we were once known for. Its all about winning!


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Martha Miller, 12/12/2020 6:31 PM

I don't know the legal aspects of this lawsuit since I am not an attorney. However, with all the information we have and continue to receive, every state and every county and every individual will be directly affected by the apparent fraud in the named states.

Election integrity is essential for our USA......at least, it should be!


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Joanne Ladewig, 12/12/2020 6:51 PM

Obviously, the state election of any Federal-level candidate impacts the balance of power in Washington D.C. in countless ways, and that certainly impacts ALL individual states and us as citizens.

I think it's time that we separate Federal candidate ballots from the rest and establish criteria for election integrity for those ballots. If individual states will allow all sorts of unconstitutional changes (especially new voting rules by others rather than actual laws the state legislators have passed) in the days before the election, the remaining states have NO assurance of a legitimate election.

Anyone having worked as a poll worker (I have) or as a trained poll site observer (I have) or as a counting/signature checker (haven't done this yet but many of you have), easily recognize that standard election rules were NOT observed in the battleground states in this election.

Ballots stored under the tables that are run through after workers and observers have been sent home, trucks delivering ballots from other states after hours, ballots that are absolutely identical but listing a vote for only one (and always the same) candidate and with an observable flaw not seen in other ballots, missing ballot signature envelopes, preventing observers of one party from visual observation, voters in another state being solicited to send in an absentee ballot to a battleground state, electronic bulk transmission of votes across international Internet connections, differing standards of voter identification and electronic signature-matching validation, just to name some of the obvious potential for fraud we saw in this election.

Regardless of the end result of this election, we need to be adamant that ONLY our constitutionally-allowed state legislators write and pass election law in the future, and insist those laws be followed.


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Joanne Ladewig, 12/12/2020 7:15 PM

Actions that will MAKE A DIFFERENCE in detecting and stopping fraud or questionable results are for every RWF member possible to train and work a polling site OR train and volunteer as a poll observer OR train and work or volunteer at a county-site counting center. And recruit trustworthy others to do the same!

Any misconduct or disregard for law needs to be documented by sworn affidavit.

From my experience as a poll observer, we need far more observers to watch the opening procedures prior to the first voter entering as well as observers willing to watch the closing procedures and chain of authority of ballots to the check-in collection point. We need continuous or drop-in observers throughout the day and observers that are multi-lingual.

If you cannot do this, please at least make a contribution to your state Election Integrity organization.


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the impossible quiz, 12/16/2020 4:00 AM

I agree!


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Janet Medford, 1/4/2021 6:34 AM

The problem is that no court wants to take these cases on and be the bad "guy" when it comes to making a decision. Fraud and abuse are obvious but no will take these cases to even look at them. They threw it out based on standing and basically sold our country out to name of being neutral. Its just sad

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Bernard A Schneider, 1/14/2021 10:33 AM

Subject: Tucker Carlson opinion re: weak Republican Party

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/tucker-carlson-why-democrats-wanted-to-impeach-trump-again-and-why-the-gop-went-along/vi-BB1cJyMB?ocid=msedgdhp


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Judy R Bailey, 1/18/2021 8:48 AM

So disappointed that many in the Republican Party worked against President Trump and against the people of the USA. That hurts! They have handed us the Biden/Harris regime. Such damage to the USA.


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Deborah Frank, 1/18/2021 8:49 AM

Yes, the lawsuit has merit. Federal election fraud affects all of us. Until the perpetrators of the massive fraud are identified, tried and convicted, the fraud will continue. Republicans are wasting our time and energy as long as elections are ALLOWED to be stolen from us. In my opinion, 90% of Congress is complicit in this fraud because they MUST have known the DEMs' plans and did NOTHING to stop it.

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