The hottest Election Fraud Substack posts right now

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Bulwark+ 9414 implied HN points 09 Jan 24
  1. Donald Trump's character is revealed through his treatment of war hero John McCain, showcasing a lack of respect and decency.
  2. Trump's behavior exemplifies a 'Crab Bucket Moral Universe' where he demeans heroism and operates with bitterness and envy.
  3. It is important to remember Trump's actions and behavior in 2024 to understand his lack of shame and ethical standards.
Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way 4088 implied HN points 16 Dec 23
  1. Georgia's Secretary of State canceled a public meeting discussing 2020 recount fraud
  2. Errors and fraudulent activity were found in the 2020 election recount in Georgia
  3. Georgia officials are stalling, facing upcoming 2024 elections and controversies with election integrity
Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way 5267 implied HN points 08 Nov 23
  1. Voting machines in 18 states had issues on Election Day, including problems in Pennsylvania, Texas, and Kentucky.
  2. Issues included gas leaks, judge-flipping machines, and malfunctioning systems.
  3. The situation points to potential corruption in the election system and a need for vigilance in future elections.
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Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way 4913 implied HN points 13 Nov 23
  1. Fulton County's defense lawyers withdrew from the election fraud case, indicating possible destruction of evidence illegally.
  2. There are missing ballot images needed for verification, raising concerns of illegal vote changes.
  3. Georgia's courts faced delays producing absentee ballots, potentially impacting the 2020 election certification.
Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way 4225 implied HN points 05 Oct 23
  1. Georgia election officials are accused of cheating in the 2020 election and are suspected of preparing to cheat again in the future.
  2. Evidence of missing ballots and fraudulent activities have been discovered and ignored by Georgia election officials.
  3. There are concerns that Georgia may continue to have unfair elections unless certain officials are removed from office.
C.O.P. Central Organizing Principle. 6 implied HN points 17 Apr 23
  1. Electronic Jim Crow systems are being built in the US, affecting voting, currency, and surveillance.
  2. Historically, punishment for unlawful actions by politicians was reflected in election results.
  3. The spread of electronic control in ballot boxes poses a threat to democracy and civil society leaders.