From Colorado and Beyond
November 13, 2020
Special Post-election Report #3: More Facts
So much is unfolding so quickly. I can only pass on a small portion of what I am learning. Last night I had dinner with two legislators from Georgia. They verified that that state will start a hand recount for the presidential race today, thus circumventing the electronic counting system, which has fallen under severe scrutiny and doubt in the past few days.
BTW, big media and big tech is denying all of this is happening and actively censoring much of it. Please do not ignore the facts. As Mike Pence said to Kamala Harris during their debate. “You are entitled to your own opinion, but you are not entitled to your own facts.”
I am suspending most of my reporting on other issues to bring as much of these facts as I can pack into these small reports.
Michigan Lawsuit Moves Forward
Here is a link to a long description (about 20 minutes) of a lawsuit filed in Michigan. It is a very good description of the lawsuit which explains what it means in layman’s terms. The speaker is a Canadian attorney who has packed about an hour’s worth of information in this 20 minute program. If you really want to know what is being claimed in Michigan, I highly recommend this presentation, but hold on to your hat. It is a quick run through a lot of information.
Here is a related issue from Judicial Watch on the voter registration numbers in Colorado, including Larimer County! This became possible when the Democrats have pushed through bills that created vast holes in the integrity of the voter registration system (i.e. HB13-1303 and SB19-235), which lines up with my previous call for a serious audit of Colorado’s voter registration rolls.
“Earlier this month, Judicial Watch sued Colorado over its failure to comply with the National Voter Registration Act. In Judicial Watch’s new study, 42 Colorado counties—or two thirds of the state’s counties—had registration rates exceeding 100%. Particular data from the state confirms this general picture. As the complaint explains, a month-by-month comparison of the ACS’s five-year survey period with Colorado’s own registration numbers for the exact same months shows that large proportions of Colorado’s counties have registration rates exceeding 100%. Earlier this year, Judicial Watch sued Pennsylvania and North Carolina for failing to make reasonable efforts to remove ineligible voters from their rolls as required by federal law. The lawsuits allege that the two states have nearly 2 million inactive names on their voter registration rolls. Judicial Watch also sued Illinois for refusing to disclose voter roll data in violation of Federal law.”
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