# Election fraud
Fox News Knew Their Election Fraud Narratives Were False - How Rupert Murdoch Endorsed and Spread Election Lies
The 2020 US Presidential Election was a historic and tumultuous moment in US history and Fox News was at the center of it all. The conservative media empire, owned by Rupert Murdoch, was a major platform for the false narrative that the election was stolen from former President Donald J. Trump. In a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox by Dominion Voting Systems, Murdoch acknowledged that several hosts for his networks promoted the false narrative and could have been stopped, but weren’t.
Texas legislators aim to strengthen election integrity
AUSTIN, TX. - Texas recently introduced a new bill to increase the criminal penalty for election fraud in its legislation. The bill, H.B. No. 2192, was introduced by Murr and seeks to enhance the current punishment for individuals who engage in election fraud.
Trump Georgia Indictment 'Imminent' and with Three Other On-going Investigations , It May be Just the First.
Trump faces four separate criminal investigations, but no former U.S. President has ever before been indicted of a crime. Donald Trump is used to controversy. In fact, he seems to revel in it. A pot-stirrer always with one goal in mind, to elevate himself and distort facts. He may very well be the most sued man in America, certainly he has had more lawsuits filed against him than any other U.S. president. According to the book, ”Plaintiff in Chief” he has been the target of at least 3,500 lawsuits.
Opinion: Unfounded Accusations of Election Fraud Are Dividing the Country
As the bipartisan January 6th committee reveals more and more information, we obtain a better perspective of the mindset of the insurrectionists. Perhaps the most stunning revelation is that so many people were willing to engage in the destruction of property and violence without any evidence of wrongdoing.
Arizona Judge Who Ruled Against Kari Lake Admits Her Case was not Groundless
Declaring that he had to follow the laws currently on the books in the Grand Canyon State, Judge Peter Thompson gave validity to Lake’s election challenge. In the Minute Entry of Thompson’s decision, the Arizona judge declined to honor the request of Katir Hobbs’ legal team and issue sanctions against defeated gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, finding that the election challenge that she filed was “not successful” but also “not groundless.”
Michael Flynn, Former Trump Security Adviser Forced To Appear Before Georgia Court Investigating 2020 Election Fraud
Another blow to Trump's claims of election interference?. On December 8, General Michael Flynn appeared in a closed hearing of a Georgia Grand Jury investigating claims of election fraud in the state of Georgia.
Opinion: The 45th President Continues to Divide the United States
As I sit here writing this, I wonder about the people who picked their loyalty to the 45th president over their loyalty to friends and family. How are they feeling in light of the lukewarm response to the announcement that another campaign has begun?
Opinion: Insurrection Apologists Are the Opposite of "Patriots"
It shouldn’t be controversial to say that when a politician tries to overthrow the government, he or she is no longer entitled to the support of the people. Today, America is so divided that even treason is considered an issue of political debate.
Opinion: I Receive Threatening Comments From Insurrectionist Apologists
The United States of America has a concept called freedom of speech. This means that, with few exceptions, every citizen can say whatever he or she wants. However, one of the exceptions is that there are laws against engaging in threatening speech.
Opinion: Americans Should Be Able to Agree That Treason Is Wrong
Let’s put all the political rhetoric aside for a moment. Forget about parties. Forget about your ideological beliefs. Let’s try to break our thinking down to its essence and find some common ground.
Opinion: Insults and Threats of Violence Are Never Acceptable
The United States would be better served if people limited themselves to respectful comments. Unfortunately, that’s rarely the case. Too often in this country when you offer an opinion, you’re attacked with baseless insults.
Opinion: Nazis, Klansmen, and Insurrectionist Apologists Are All the Same to Me
In the years leading up to the 2020 election, I’d reconnected with my conservative cousin. We’d had a falling out based on some family drama, and it was nice to put that behind us.
A Fake Ballot Found in Spalding County, Georgia Could Open a Whole Case of Worms
Georgia election officials say a possible fake ballot was discovered at an early voting location in Spalding County Wednesday morning. Investigators report that a full-scale investigation is now underway to determine who created it and why. State elections director Blake Evans claims that officials at the Georgia Secretary of State’s office believe someone wasn’t trying to alter the result of the election, but merely to have the fake ballot found so it would cast doubt on the election results and the integrity of the election itself.
Texas Man Who Waited 6 Hours to Vote Sees Case Dismissed by Judge
A Texas judge has dismissed illegal voting charges against a Houston man who stood in line six hours to cast a ballot.Elliott Stallion/Unsplash. A Texas judge dismissed illegal voting charges against a Houston man who waited in line six hours to cast a ballot in the 2020 presidential primary and had become a figure over Republican efforts to tighten election laws. CBS DFW reports that this decision comes as a wider ruling was made in Texas that limits the state's power to prosecute voting fraud cases, which drew backlash from Republican leaders across Texas including Gov. Greg Abbott.
Opinion: I Block Entitled Insurrection Apologists
I think it’s important to show respect for the beliefs of other people. For example, I believe the January 6th insurrection was an act of treason. I think it’s important that everyone respects my interpretation of those events.
Georgia Elections Board dismisses “ballot harvesting” cases
The State Elections Board on Tuesday voted unanimously to dismiss three ballot-fraud claims brought by right-wing activists–judging their allegation to be false that fraudulent actors illegally stuffed large batches of absentee ballots in drop boxes during the 2020 presidential election.
Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene's Testimony Called Into Question as She Attempts to Remain on the Ballot
After being sued by a group of Georgia voters, Greene testifies that she can't recall many of the events asked about under oath which the voters say is contradicted by a text she sent.
Election Fraud Controls: How Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G. Adams is protecting KY voters
The Kentucky Secretary of State (KY SOS), Michael G. Adams, has taken effort to directly reassert the KY SOS office's supportive role in Kentucky elections. Kentucky Secretary of State, Michael G. Adams, makes clear Kentucky's action toward integritous elections.Kentucky Secretary of State.