May 20, 2024

U.S. Politics

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Won't surrender: Rep. Brooks to challenge electoral votes
Saying he will not give in to the GOP "surrender caucus," Alabama Republican Rep. Mo Brooks on Monday vowed to contest Electoral College votes from states whose 2020 results are in dispute. Read More.
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President Trump won't concede; McConnell recognizes Biden
President Donald Trump is “still involved in ongoing lawsuits” challenging the election and will not concede after electors cast their votes on Monday, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Tuesday after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recognized Joe Biden as president-elect. Read More.
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'Indefinitely confined' Biden elector was out campaigning
One of Joe Biden’s Wisconsin electors claimed she was “indefinitely confined” to her home due to coronavirus, but photos on her social media show her out and about campaigning. Read More.
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Barr explains: 'You don't go after candidates'
The Department of Justice has an unwritten convention known as "the rule of forbearance." Read More.
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How pro-Trump county in Michigan could change election
The case in which votes in Antrim County, Michigan were flipped from President Donald Trump to Joe Biden on Nov. 3 was the result of a Dominion Voting Systems program and not human error as was claimed by state officials, a lawyer investigating the case said. Read More.
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Flynn: 'The entire country, the entire world is watching'
Lt. General Michael Flynn told a massive crowd at the "Let the Church Roar" rally at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 12 that “We are in a crucible moment in the history of the United States of America. And remember, the courts do not decide who the next president of the United States will be … We the people decide.” Read More.
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Newsom recall effort gains steam in California
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration is said to be "increasingly concerned" about efforts to recall the governor over his handling of the covid crisis. Read More.
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Trump: 'A coup is taking place in front of our eyes'
The Trump campaign on Wednesday filed a brief seeking to join the Texas lawsuit aimed at delaying the appointment of presidential electors from Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Read More.
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Swalwell explains ties with alleged spy: Trump’s fault
As calls increase for Rep. Eric Swalwell's removal from Congress, or at the very least his seat on the House Intelligence Committee, the California Democrat has resorted to page one of the leftist playbook to explain his close ties to a Chinese spy — it's Trump's fault. Read More.
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Texas lawsuit against 4 key states picks up momentum
Several states are supporting the lawsuit filed on Monday by the state of Texas which challenges what the suit says are unlawful election procedures in Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Read More.
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Who is Georgia’s Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger?
“There should be an investigation, a thorough criminal investigation, frankly, of everyone involved in acquiring the Dominion [Voting] System for the state of Georgia,” attorney Sidney Powell said. Read More.
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Detroit poll watcher saw no ballots disqualified
Thousands of ballots that "could not be authenticated as legitimate voters" were counted on Nov. 3 at Detroit’s TCF Center, a Republican poll observer said. Read More.
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Atlanta election observers say they were told to go home
The Trump campaign legal team released video showing containers full of ballots being wheeled out from underneath tables to be counted after election observers said they were told to go home. Read More.
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Georgia voters: Require absentee signature verification
A new poll found a majority of Georgia voters believe Gov. Brian Kemp should call a special session of the legislature to ensure that signature verification on absentee ballots is required for the two U.S. Senate runoff elections next month. Read More.
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GOP: Michigan secretary of state moving to delete election data
Republicans on Friday raised concerns over a memo sent by the office of Michigan's Democrat secretary of state which called for “pushing for the mass deletion of election data.” Read More.

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