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  • Jeff Reynolds | Nov 06, 2020 1:00 PM est

@Bryan I can tell you we will never get rid of Vote By Mail Only in Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and other states that have made it law. It's like Tom Coburn told me about the 17th Amendment. It will never be repealed, because once you've created a popular form of voting, nobody, whether it be legislation or a ballot measure, will vote to rescind it - regardless of the intent of the Framers, regardless of the amount of fraud inherent.

  • Bryan Preston | Nov 06, 2020 12:41 PM est

One of the best ways we could fight voter fraud is voter ID. But I lived through a cautionary tale on that very issue.

Years ago I was comms director at the Texas Republican Party. The GOP-majority legislature passed a voter ID law and Gov. Perry signed it. The law had strong majority support, roughly 70% iirc, across the demographic plane. The Democrats fought that law tooth and nail, and the media never ever called them out for why they would fight so strongly for a law that a majority, across all demographics, supported. Without evidence, Democrats smeared voter ID's backers as racists and the like, and the media never called them out on that either. Democrats also said voter ID would suppress minority votes.

The Democrats took that law to court and found pliant liberal judges who blocked it, forcing the state to keep fighting for it until it eventually won and voter ID became required in Texas. It took a couple of years for all this to shake out, in Texas, one of the reddest states in the country. Voter ID is now the law across Texas. Not coincidentally, the gigantic state tends to be prompt with its voter results. 

As all that shook out, I wrote an op-ed for CNN about it all. The number of fact-checks and iterations I went through to get that very straightforward piece published just about turned me blind. I would prove something and the editors would come back and make me prove it again. The piece provided real and compelling evidence that the Democrats' vote suppression claims had been proven wrong by actual elections conducted under voter ID requirements. The process to get the piece published took roughly six weeks.

We don't have a federal presidential election, we have 50 state elections for president. Imagine trying to get voter ID passed in any blue or swing state. Imagine getting the media to cover the issue fairly. My experience tells me that neither will happen. 

  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 11:23 AM est

Disclaimer, I'm not going to say every observation of fraud in this is real or not. But I think his observations as an auditor are interesting. I think some of the links he has in here might not be contextually accurate. The overall point is, there are a lot of red flags that need to be looked into. READ THIS: Election 2020 F*ckery Is Afoot

  • Bryan Preston | Nov 06, 2020 11:20 AM est

How could NEVADA, of all places, be slow to count? The entire state is built on counting -- counting cards, counting chips, counting the money the house takes from gamblers who think the next coin in the slot machine is the one that will make them rich. 

There are things about all this that intuitively don't make sense. They may not be nefarious, but they make no sense. Nevada's poor performance is one of them. 

  • Bryan Preston | Nov 06, 2020 9:33 AM est

Whatever is happening in the blue banana republics out there, Trump has to fight to ensure every legal vote cast counts, and no illegal vote counts at all. 

We're at a point where the basic trust of Americans among our countrymen is breaking down. The media is worse than a joke. There have been too many apparent shenanigans, too many weird stoppages in counts, too many "errors" that always favored Biden, too many instances of what appear to be more votes cast than registered voters existing in some jurisdictions (all blue), and the growing evidence of many dead voters mailing in ballots.

I'm not saying all of that is true. Theories and allegations are flying about like valkyries. All of this must be adjudicated, any actual corruption exposed, and legal votes verified. Our republic depends on it, whoever wins at the end of the thing. 

  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 9:29 AM est

@Paula I knew this was going to happen today. I knew they would do this. This is media interference in an election. They STILL have not called Alaska for Trump. How could they do that when AK is not in dispute but PA is and they know it. They know lawsuits and challenges are in the works. This is so irresponsible. 

  • Paula Bolyard | Nov 06, 2020 9:25 AM est

This seems premature: 

  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 9:19 AM est

I don't think we need any more suspense. If there is evidence then why wait to show it? I'm becoming increasingly annoyed. Show your hand already. 

  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 9:09 AM est

I can't believe we're still doing this. 

  • Stephen Kruiser | Nov 06, 2020 7:00 AM est

Happy Friday everyone:

  • Stephen Kruiser | Nov 06, 2020 6:46 AM est

While you were sleeping...

  • Stephen Kruiser | Nov 06, 2020 12:42 AM est

I'll be around until the wee hours working on the Morning Briefing. If I see anything interesting I'll post it for you insomniacs and night-shift people.

  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 12:29 AM est

I'm off to bed. Gotta get up and do it all again tomorrow! Thanks for hanging in there! 

  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 12:14 AM est
  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 12:11 AM est

I believe the NV GOP Twitter got deleted off the site. You cannot make this stuff up. Look:

Then I tried to go to the Nevada GOP Twitter page and this is what I got. Did any Dem Twitter handle get banned? 

  • Megan Fox | Nov 06, 2020 12:05 AM est
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  • Megan Fox | Nov 05, 2020 11:54 PM est

About those Nevada ballots: 

Trump Lawyer: Nevada Allowed Thousands of People Who Didn't Live There to Vote

  • Megan Fox | Nov 05, 2020 11:39 PM est

This is disturbing. It appears to be footage of a poll worker filling out ballots. When you click on the link to get to the original source it's not found. I have to believe that the president's lawyers are all over this. 

  • Stephen Kruiser | Nov 05, 2020 11:27 PM est

A mood lightener: