"Nobody gets up one day and decides to be a terrorist for no reason. They don't hate us for our freedoms. They hate us and commit acts of terror because one day, as they are going about their normal lives, there is a horrendous blast and people they have known all their lives are lying in bloody shreds at their feet, mixed in with shrapnel stamped 'Made in the USA.'" -- Michael Rivero

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, with a surprise statement, supported N. Trump, stating that there was a big fraud in the previous elections in the USA, through the postal vote.

"In the US, in the previous elections there was fraud through postal voting... They bought ballots for 10 dollars, filled them out and threw them into mailboxes, without any supervision by observers, and that was it," Putin said.

If we take into account the millions of postal votes, Putin speaks of "fraud on a huge scale".

Election integrity advocates recently had a very important win when a federal district court ruled that challenging the eligibility of thousands of voters in Georgia did not constitute “voter intimidation.”

Georgia paid Fortalice, a cyber security company, to check vulnerabilities in its Dominion Voting Systems.

Merritt Beaver, who testified today for the Georgia Attorney General, said neither he nor the AG saw it.

Why?

Because they never asked for it.

Where is it?

Who has it?

Fortalice CEO Theresa Payton.

And John Poulos, CEO of Dominion Voting Systems.

Neither Judge Amy Totenberg nor attorneys for the plaintiffs suing the Georgia AG asked for the report.

According to a breaking new report, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton just took action to address growing worries about the adjudication of ‘blank ballots’ during the state’s elections.

What exactly does this mean?

Basically, a large number of ballots are designated as ‘blank’ by electronic voting systems and then adjudicated through software. It’s an incredibly sketchy, controversial process that could significantly change votes.

During the 2020 election in Broward Country, FL, up to 20% of ballots in some precincts were set as ‘blank’…

This week, the first primary battle of the 2024 Election was held in Iowa. After campaigning endlessly and spending millions, the top candidates lost to Donald Trump.

The former president scored a historic victory, earning a landslide win among Republican voters.

This could set the tone for the rest of the election, sweeping Trump into the White House. But one Biden surrogate doesn’t see it that way and he desperately tried to spin the big news.

The Biden administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sent a letter to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, ordering the state to cease its occupation of a border park where many migrants illegally and frequently cross.

Last week, the Texas National Guard took control of Shelby Park in Eagle Pass. The park is a city property situated on the Rio Grande. 

President Donald Trump scored the greatest Republican caucus win in history on Monday night defeating the next closest Republican, Governor Ron DeSantis, by 30 points.

President Trump won 98 of the 99 Iowa counties last night in the Iowa Republican Caucus. A Blowout.

On Tuesday morning, Tucker Carlson weighed in on Trump’s historic win in the Hawkeye state.

Tucker Carlson, Episode 65.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) is referring 17 cases of suspected double voting in the 2022 general election to local district attorneys, his office announced Tuesday.

Sixty-eight percent of Iowan caucusgoers do not believe President Joe Biden legitimately won the 2020 election, while 30 percent think he did, a CNN entrance poll found Monday evening.

The poll also asked respondents if former President Donald Trump is fit for the presidency, even if convicted of a crime. Sixty-four percent said he was, while 34 percent said “no.”

The top issue for Republican caucusgoers was immigration (40 percent), followed by the economy (35 percent), foreign policy (11 percent), and abortion (11 percent).