Corruption (page 4)

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    Biden’s win and objective data

    It’s becoming increasingly clear that Joe Biden will occupy the White House in the new year. That doesn’t mean that observers like David Catron of the American Spectator will stop raising questions about Biden’s election victory. During the weeks following November 3rd, innumerable election experts and statistical analysts…
    Mitch Kokai, December 1, 2020
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    Election fraud is too important to leave to conspiracy theorists

    Christopher Bedford of the Federalist worries about legitimate election concerns getting lost in the shadow of high-profile conspiracy theories. There’s a problem here, and it’s more than the tens of millions of dollars hopeful Americans have poured into a legal fight they feel is necessary to securing the…
    Mitch Kokai, November 24, 2020
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    Addressing voter fraud and election bungling

    Christopher Bedford of the Federalist offers Republicans ideas for addressing election-related problems. American elections are a mess. Well more than a week after Election Day, lawsuits abound, lawyers are everywhere, and facts, myths, and partisan propaganda clog our airwaves. While President Donald Trump’s team of lawyers appear to…
    Mitch Kokai, November 17, 2020
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    Trump’s lawsuits could have long-term impact

    Aaron Poynton argues in a Federalist column that President Trump’s election-related lawsuits could produce long-term benefits for the electoral system. President Donald Trump is being labeled a bitter loser. After a close and divided election, lawsuits have been filed in Pennsylvania overextended deadlines and observers, Michigan over lack…
    Mitch Kokai, November 16, 2020
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    This weekend on Carolina Journal Radio

    Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper will serve a second term as North Carolina’s top executive. But three new Republicans will join him on the Council of State. Rick Henderson analyzes key election results during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio. Becki Gray assesses the impact of…
    Mitch Kokai, November 13, 2020
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    More bad news about Twitter censorship

    Ben Weingarten writes at the Federalist about the latest questionable decision from the Big Tech giant. If you thought Twitter’s censorship of reported Joe Biden family corruption or frequent flagging of the U.S. president’s tweets were isolated incidents, think again. Big Tech’s efforts to shield favored political figures…
    Mitch Kokai, November 12, 2020
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    “By censoring the Hunter Biden story the MSM has destroyed its ability to convince Americans there was no vote fraud”

    The title speaks for itself, but you can read the whole thing here.
    Jon Guze, November 8, 2020
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    Appeals Court rules against Wake County government embezzler in retirement dispute

    A unanimous three-judge panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has ruled against former Wake County Register of Deeds Laura Riddick in her fight to maintain government retirement benefits. Riddick pleaded guilty to six counts of embezzling money from Wake County taxpayers. Riddick, who ran Wake’s Register of Deeds…
    Mitch Kokai, November 3, 2020