The Department of Justice has declared a new war.
Not against criminals – but against having fair and honest elections.
They have filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s election reform that greatly and dramatically reduces the potential of voter fraud.
Throughout America, states are tightening election integrity laws, and this is the Biden Administration’s effort to stop it.
“The right of all eligible citizens to vote is the central pillar of our democracy, the right from which all other rights ultimately flow,” declared Attorney General Merrick Garland. “This lawsuit is the first step of many we are taking to ensure that all eligible voters can cast a vote; that all lawful votes are counted; and that every voter has access to accurate information.”
Sounds good, but it’s in reality the bureaucracy trying to force ballot harvesting and other unaccountable fraudulent policies on every state.
In my book The Deep State: 15 Surprising Dangers You Should Know, I have a whole chapter on voter fraud that you should read.
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In addition you will be getting an update on all the efforts on securing safe and true elections at FreedomFest.
I encourage you to come to FreedomFest for I will be on a panel with John Fund and Larry Elder titled “Election Integrity: Securing the Sanctity of the Ballot Box.”
It will be a conference of your lifetime with some 200 speakers including: David Rubin, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Whole Foods Market CEO John Mackey, Senator Mike Lee, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, Larry Elder, Cal Thomas, John Fund, James O’Keefe, investment experts Mark Skousen, Doug Casey, George Gilder, Hilary Kramer, Jim Wood, and comedian J.P. Sears.
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