She just talks about a couple of cases of it, including one in which the ballot was marked for both candidates, but multiple poll workers were inclined to give it to Joe Biden. What she makes clear is that there was a generalized bias favoring Biden.
Dying is sad, but it is at least comforting to know that if you’re a Democrat, you can still vote. I mean, I’m all for livening up the post-death experience. But I don’t think this is what the Founders had in mind. According to Fox News: “Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has launched investigations into several groups, including one founded by former Georgia gubernatorial
Project Veritas apparently got phoned into private high-level CNN meetings that included network president Jeff Zucker. In this one, ostensibly neutral CNN correspondent Jamie Gangel suggests NOT covering the president of the United States too much, lest it harm the Biden transition. Maybe she should be on the Biden transition instead of working to a news organization. She indicates Republicans and Democrats worried about Trump
Of course, the mainstream media has stopped covering these suits. What if we find out in six months that there was indeed widespread fraud? There certainly seems to be plenty of prima facie evidence that a lot was amiss. If Biden had lost, there would be daily articles in the New York Times and the Washington Post, as well as constant broadcasting on CNN, about
Looks like Neera Tanden got a little carried away hating on the people who now will have to vote to confirm her. According to the Washington Examiner: Neera Tanden, President-elect Joe Biden’s pick for budget director, has deleted over a thousand tweets in anticipation of a tough confirmation vote. Many of Tanden’s deleted posts were critical of Republican senators, whose votes she will likely need
Democrats aren’t as concerned as Republicans with charity. They give less of it, counting on the government to do the job. In the video below, Kamala Harris congratulates a group of people who would be helping out on Thanksgiving. “It’s the difference between charity and duty,” Harris says. “Charity — I got a little extra, I’ll help you out — versus duty. Duty to your fellow