Daily Archives: 1, October 28, 2020

‘Joe Biden brags about having “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics”’

Joe Biden brags about having “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics”

Originally tweeted by RNC Research (@RNCResearch) on 1, October 24, 2020.

Has blm Supporter Thomas Westerman Wolf Spoke About The 30 Injured Cops Or Their Families

@TomWolfPA calling the last night riots and looting in #Philadelphia Peaceful Protest! is he insane? #phillyprotests #phillyriot

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Fake News National Media “Peaceful Protests” – 91 Arrests; 30 Cops Hurt

“Mostly peaceful protests” is a euphemism used by the national hit & run media to describe riots and looting in other people’s neighborhoods. Neighborhoods they would never live in.

Oct. 28, 2020

ABC News: A night of peaceful protests in Philadelphia…

Oct 27, 2020

Nearly a dozen people – including a 15-year-old – were shot overnight after looting and rioting erupted for a second straight night

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Female “Secret Service agents… didn’t sign up to see Biden naked. It is offensive, it’s abusive.”

Nolte: Don’t Forget Joe Biden Exposed Himself to Female Secret Service Agents by John Nolte – 2 Apr 2019

It’s not okay that Harvey Weinstein did it. It’s not okay that Charlie Rose did it. But when we learned in 2014 that then-Vice President Joe Biden exposed his naked body to women in the Secret Service, the media didn’t care. And the media still don’t care because Orange Man Bad.

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How You Know Someone Has Really Been A Victim Of Systemic Racism

They Steal Large Appliances During The Mostly Peaceful Riot

At the BLM riot in Philadelphia, a looter wheels a large appliance out of the store. https://t.co/gmcsebGLDJ

Originally tweeted by Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) on 1, October 28, 2020.

Luzerne County Board of Elections Files Motion Asking Justice Barrett To Recuse

Motion to Recuse Justice Barrett Filed, But County Wants It Withdrawn

Luzerne County Board of Elections Files Motion For Justice Amy Coney Barrett To Recuse Herself From Ruling On New PA Election Laws Made By The PA Supreme Court

Pennsylvania county pushes for Barrett’s recusal from mail-in ballot case

Reason|10 minutes ago [9:53 AM] Oct. 28, 2020

The motion was submitted on behalf of the Luzerne County Board of Elections but Luzerne County has voted to have the motion withdrawn.

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Justice Amy Coney Barrett Could Play Role In Ruling On PA Supreme Court’s Usurpation Of Election Law

Barrett joins court as battles over Pennsylvania election laws intensify

The new justice could play an important role in how the swing state handles the election

By Ronn Blitzer | Fox News

The addition of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court restores the judicial body to its nine-person roster at a time when legal battles over state voting laws rage on just days before a presidential election.

Republicans fighting a decision by the state supreme court in Pennsylvania are hoping that Barrett’s presence on the court will restore state laws that they believe protect the integrity of the election.

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Hunter Biden's ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski: "I remember looking at Jim Biden and saying how are you guys getting away with this? Aren't you concerned? He looked at me, and he laughed a little bit, and said 'PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY.'"

Originally tweeted by Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) on 1, October 28, 2020.

The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust called for an investigation into Rep. Matt Cartwright

Watchdog group calls out lawmaker who wants to increase truck insurance minimums by 600%

The congressman’s wife works for a law firm specializing in commercial vehicle accidents.

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In Pennsylvania Elections Are Run By The 5-2 Democrat Controlled State Supreme Court

Just as not directed in Article II, Section 1, Paragraph 2 of the United States Constitution: Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Gives Democrats a Win on Mail-in Ballot Counting Issue as Election Nears

lawandcrime|2 days ago (23 Oct. 2020)

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Friday sided with the state’s top election official, unanimously ruling that counties in the battleground state cannot reject mail-in ballots based on a perceived discrepancy in the signature on the ballot and the corresponding signature on the voter’s registration form.

Pennsylvania Ballots Can’t Be Thrown Out For Mismatched Signatures, Court Rules In Blow To GOP