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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"There's peace and red state by Mike Miller election integrity watchdog files lawsuits over millions of cases of voter registration front Now in the past when we had a real media this would be a very interesting story Today you gotta kill it Because anybody who dares to raise something like this is obviously nuts With the 2022 midterms less than a month away and the country arguably more divided on numerous fronts and at any time since the Civil War yeah the Democrats are at it again First the confederacy and now Marxism Election integrity watchdog group has filed multiple lawsuits over voters registration registered more than once Over millions of voter registrations missing required identification information Conservative election law nonprofit public interest legal foundation that's run by Jay Christian Adams Filed 6 lawsuits in 6 Minnesota counties over 515 duplicate registrants As reported by just the news they also found that 3.1 million registered voters in New York State were missing personal identification information Including driver's license numbers and social security numbers which makes it difficult for the state to accurately maintain its voters list Precisely the objective on the Democrat side of the ledger end democratic controlled states

Election Integrity Watchdog Files Lawsuits Over Voter Fraud

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Election Integrity Watchdog Files Lawsuits Over Voter Fraud

"There's peace and red state by Mike Miller election integrity watchdog files lawsuits over millions of cases of voter registration front Now in the past when we had a real media this would be a very interesting story Today you gotta kill it Because anybody who dares to raise something like this is obviously nuts With the 2022 midterms less than a month away and the country arguably more divided on numerous fronts and at any time since the Civil War yeah the Democrats are at it again First the confederacy and now Marxism Election integrity watchdog group has filed multiple lawsuits over voters registration registered more than once Over millions of voter registrations missing required identification information Conservative election law nonprofit public interest legal foundation that's run by Jay Christian Adams Filed 6 lawsuits in 6 Minnesota counties over 515 duplicate registrants As reported by just the news they also found that 3.1 million registered voters in New York State were missing personal identification information Including driver's license numbers and social security numbers which makes it difficult for the state to accurately maintain its voters list Precisely the objective on the Democrat side of the ledger end democratic controlled states

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Defund movement the damage we see it every single day in our communities don't we That report filed by William lunches of Fox News and it tells a story Now you heard prosecutors that are not pursuing criminals Well this has been the theme as well a voter fraud cases For as many voter fraud cases as have been proven in the courts among the many just check out the heritage foundations better fraud database As I've been talking about this hour the public interest legal foundation has identified vastly more cases that have been referred by authorities to our law enforcement has gathered enough information About miss feasts and potential voter fraud that they've handed it to prosecutors and said go get these people and they haven't done anything about it Including in my state afforded there being a 156 pending butter fraud cases almost exclusively in Democrat run counties What's happening in your state What's happening in your counties This is where you need to get more information with the public interest legal foundation and follow up and put the heat on a local prosecutors state prosecutors that are not pursuing referred voter fraud cases And when it came down to the PIF and why they said so many of these referred voter fraud cases aren't being pursued these were their conclusions and recommendations They said prosecutors failed to prosecute election crimes for a number of reasons among them Ideological.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But something else has put on my radar is there's a lot more that's not being prosecuted It's not just the local smash and grab moth that's out there That is getting away with crime People that have been referred people where there is enough evidence that has been collected that they've been referred to state prosecutors for voter fraud for miss feasts but it hasn't been followed up on This was a revelation of sorts that was brought to my attention recently And it was brought to my attention through a conversation with Jay Christian Adams of the public interest legal foundation He sent me a report Detailing unprosecuted voter fraud cases And my jaw dropped I mean it really was stunning to me And so I ended up talking to him to get some more context to it And the pervasiveness of referred voter fraud that's not being pursued by prosecutors but still could be right now It's extensive Now because of geography I'm in Florida I've broken down through the Pilates report Florida's information And I'm just going to give you a little bit about Florida In what isn't currently being pursued by prosecutors With referred voter fraud There are currently in the state of Florida alone 150 6 pending butter fraud cases

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Public Interest Legal Foundation: Voter Fraud Cases Ignored by State Prosecutors Is 'Extensive'

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Public Interest Legal Foundation: Voter Fraud Cases Ignored by State Prosecutors Is 'Extensive'

"But something else has put on my radar is there's a lot more that's not being prosecuted It's not just the local smash and grab moth that's out there That is getting away with crime People that have been referred people where there is enough evidence that has been collected that they've been referred to state prosecutors for voter fraud for miss feasts but it hasn't been followed up on This was a revelation of sorts that was brought to my attention recently And it was brought to my attention through a conversation with Jay Christian Adams of the public interest legal foundation He sent me a report Detailing unprosecuted voter fraud cases And my jaw dropped I mean it really was stunning to me And so I ended up talking to him to get some more context to it And the pervasiveness of referred voter fraud that's not being pursued by prosecutors but still could be right now It's extensive Now because of geography I'm in Florida I've broken down through the Pilates report Florida's information And I'm just going to give you a little bit about Florida In what isn't currently being pursued by prosecutors With referred voter fraud There are currently in the state of Florida alone 150 6 pending butter fraud cases

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"From the heritage foundation and their voter fraud database the first thing is it's always been the big lie The biggest lie that there's no such thing as election fraud as voter fraud Always just this myth and the right wing trumps all this stuff up Well no it's fact because as I like to say there are two signs to stories and one side effects since the heritage foundation began tracking data as part of their voter fraud database There are 1334 proven cases Legally proven cases of voter fraud and that doesn't mean 1334 votes No these are situations which often involve many votes But that many different elections where it has been proven that miss fees took place There have been 1147 criminal convictions for voter fraud But it's not a real thing In 2021 we've had 15 proven cases and 11 criminal convictions per voter fraud New York exclusively stemming from last fall's elections Including in these states California Colorado Kansas Michigan isn't that cute Mississippi New Hampshire another swing state there that Biden won Oh look at that Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Virginia and West

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To give you some context Electoral College context given that Biden is only above water in 5 states of Washington D.C. a generic ballot Republican would be favored to be Joe Biden if an election were held today 449 to 89 And what we're seeing with Joe Biden's crashing approval rating is far removed from your typical blue state red state types of discussions Many comparisons many comparisons are made and I've continued to advance the between Biden and Carter But what we are seeing is not just the worst approval performance relative to where one started for a first term president But in the context of the Electoral College think about this And Jimmy Carter lost to Ronald Reagan 489 to 49 in 1980 And I know that you take a look at how politics has played out in the decades since And I think for many on the right you're going oh my gosh it's we can never get back to that place Well I mean after Nixon and when Jimmy Carter became president how many Republicans thought that Ronald Reagan would beat an incumbent president Jimmy Carter four 89 to 49 The point is things can change that quickly When there are generational opportunities presented which is what we're seeing right

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on KTRH

"Emergency. My agency 7 23. Now here on Houston's Morning news, perpetual state of emergency. That's that's how you keep things the way you want them for the midterms, And if we're going to follow the logic, you've got a presidential election two years later, So are we ever getting out of a perpetual state of emergency Logan Church Well, joins us. Research structure, the Public Interest Legal foundation, and maybe we should start with this because Cheryl just mentioned it, Logan and that is the the January 6th rally that's going on in Washington, D C. There's only expecting maybe 700 to 1000 people to show up for this and all the fencing is going up. I assume, if for no other reason than the optics of all these deplorables are going to come in and try to have another national guard to another insurrection of the capital, right? Well, we got to keep payroll going, and for some government agencies, you need an emergency to maintain your payroll, So it's not a big shocker. Wow, It's so you do that You re maintain that, but isn't it Also there's a huge element of control as well as what Kabuki theater and all this it's a little bit. Um, Last week, the Biden ministrations extended a trump era emergency order essentially saying that are the state of our elections as it goes towards Security and outside hackers are a big concern, and we are still concerned about that. So we're going to maintain for one year. Trump's executive order which says that if you are a foreign sponsored hacker, or you're just a foreign government trying to hack the U. S elections We're going to get you for economic sanctions if we catch you, Okay? You think Logan that there's any chance that they would take down any emergency orders relating to elections if they can get federal control over the elections over the states? Well, the good news with this one. The very least, is that the federal control does not even kick in until after a hack has occurred and even said control goes toward economic sanctions. It's not real time control over elections that they're happening. Remember, this is the Trump era. Emergency order. Keeping in mind that this is the state's business to run elections, and he was respectful of that. And this might be the one executive order that Biden is carrying over from the Trump administration. But what's the stop this feds from going in and doing a security sweep? And therefore having access and maybe even ultimately taking control or covering up if there's anybody who's acting in collusion. Well, The easiest thing to do is for the secretary of state of Texas, for example, to change the passwords on their voter registration and election systems. The feds cannot come in unless the state's invite them in and in 2016. No state would let them in. They have not tried since, uh and if they were to try and take control, this would mean the federal government is essentially hacking state government election systems. Well, for some of us. That's not too far fetched. Supposed to be our jaws dropping on this. All right, Logan. Thank you so much, sir. Appreciate it. Logan Church, Well, research director of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, 7 26. Now here on Houston's Morning news. Time to take a look at your money. Here's Karen Chase. On Wall Street. U..

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Pitches. Senior McCain is having second thoughts about her support for Joe. But maybe not, And, uh, John McCain would be disgusted by everything he sees. I believe she was appointed as an ambassador to some country. Speaking of which, apparently Joe Biden's nominator is going to nominate Rahm Emanuel to be ambassador to Japan. I think he should be ambassador to Afghanistan, don't you, Mr Reduce I think so. Well, I want to swing into another topic. Then we'll swing back when Tom Cotton comes on in about 15 or 20 minutes, But before I do The daily signals a highly respected News operation coming out of the Heritage Foundation. And they just wrote a piece that I think is very, very important. 15 million votes in 2020 election not accounted for report funds. By Fred Lucas, who is a longtime reporter as well. Almost 15 million mail in ballots were unaccounted for in the 2020 presidential election, and more than a million more ballots were unbelievable, according to a new study. The public interest Legal Foundation, which is headed by a very bright man. You've heard J. Christian Adams before. Released a research brief assessing the effect of mass mail in balloting in an election with a close presidential race in key battleground states. Such as Arizona, George in Wisconsin. Adams, by the way, is a former Litigator in the Department of Justice in the Civil Rights division Voting section. These figures, detail how the 2020 push to mail voting. Needs to be a one year experiment, J. Christian Adams, president of Public Interest, Legal Foundation, said. Report found that 1.1 million melon ballots were unbelievable for various reasons. Election officials rejected another 560,000 melon ballots. Another 14.7 million mail ballots met an unknown faith, the report says. Holy crap! Joe Biden. Who defeated Donald Trump They right. With an electoral victory of 360 to 32 after winning Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin by 320.6% points or less. Washington Post analyst In February, found that flipping through ER than 43,000 votes across those three states. Could have changed the election outcome. 43,000 votes across those three states. The Georgia Election Board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton that way. I don't believe I'm supposed to be talking about this. Yes, yes. The Taliban is on Twitter. Trump has been banned for life. I'm sure I can't talk about this, but I'll talk about whatever the hell I want. George Election board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton County, the state's most populous county. The review panel will investigate phone counties handling of elections not only in 2020, but complaints predating that and it could result in the states choosing an administrator to replace the Fulton County Registration Elections Board. The report from Public Interest Legal Foundation analysis on the UN deliver herbal rejected in an unaccounted for ballots in 2022. Report says. To put these numbers in perspective, Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes. At the state's Maricopa County reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses. The group said. So they took all this data and they did analysis. The same scenario roughly happened in Nevada, where Biden carried with 5 33,096 votes at Clark County bounced 93,279 ballots. The report. Can you imagine if the sure on the other foot would they be saying about this election? Oh, the broadcast companies in their boardrooms will be very, very upset. Like the vaccine. Don't raise any questions. And yet, while the Democrats and buying we're trashing The coming and the development of the vaccines. These companies said nothing. Because they're basically run by Democrats and leftists. That's why The report adds, The lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass mail voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration list maintenance. Report also explains unknown ballots. The US Election Assistance Commission as local officials, how many ballots were not returned as voted were unbelievable, or were otherwise unable to be tracked. And they write. The United States Postal Service inspector General most recently reported that only 13% of mail ballots in the 2018 general election used the official tracking system. This means There's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot in the unknown column. Report shows that Clark County, Nevada had the second highest number of unknown ballots behind Los Angeles County, California of the 10 counties with the most unknown ballots, seven are in California. State that Biden won handily. Democrats in Congress back expansion of this mail in voting system known as H, R one and S one, dubbed before the People Act. Which also would allow the controversial practice of ballot harvesting than most photo ID laws and restrict states and maintaining voter on, of course. As the Democrat Party is corrupted, Hates America. Hates America. Thanks. America is racist. And of course, the Democrat.

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Questions Continue to Raise Over Potential 2020 Election Fraud

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Questions Continue to Raise Over Potential 2020 Election Fraud

"Now. The report from Public Interest Legal Foundation analyses on the UN deliver herbal rejected and accounted for ballots in 2022. Report says. To put these numbers in perspective, Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes. At the state's Maricopa County reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses. The group said. So they took all this data and they did analysis. The same scenario roughly happen in Nevada, where Biden carried with 5 33,096 votes, Clark County bounced 93,279 ballots. The report. Can you imagine if the sure on the other foot would they be saying about this election? Oh, the broadcast companies on their boardrooms will be very, very upset. Like the vaccine. Don't raise any questions. And yet, while the Democrats and buying we're trashing The coming and the development of the vaccines. These companies said nothing. Because they're basically run by Democrats and leftists. That's why The report adds, The lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass mail voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration list maintenance. The report also explains unknown ballots. The US Election Assistance Commission has local officials. How many ballots were not returned as voted were unbelievable, or were otherwise unable to be tracked. And they write. The United States Postal Service inspector General most recently reported that only 13% of mail ballots in the 2018 general election used the official tracking system. This means There's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot in the unknown column.

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The Daily Signal Reports Millions of Ballots Were Unaccounted for in 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 1 year ago

The Daily Signal Reports Millions of Ballots Were Unaccounted for in 2020 Election

"The daily signal is a highly respected. News operation coming out of the Heritage Foundation. And they just wrote a piece that I think is very, very important. 15 million votes in 2020 election not accounted for, report finds. By Fred Lucas, who is a longtime reporter as well. Almost 15 million mail in ballots were unaccounted for in the 2020 presidential election, and more than a million more ballots were unbelievable, according to a new study. The public interest Legal Foundation, which is headed by a very bright man. You've heard J. Christian Adams before. Released a research brief assessing the effect of mass mail in balloting in an election with a close presidential race in key battleground state. Such as Arizona, George in Wisconsin. Adams, by the way, is a former Litigator in the Department of Justice and the Civil Rights Division Voting section. These figures, detail how the 2020 push to mail voting. Needs to be a one year experiment, J. Christian Adams, president of Public Interest, Legal Foundation, said. Report found that 1.1 million melon ballots were unbelievable for various reasons. Election officials rejected another 560,000 melon ballots. Another 14.7 million mail ballots met an unknown faith, the report says. Holy crap! Joe Biden. Defeated Donald Trump. They right. With an electoral victory of 360 to 32 after winning Arizona Judge of Wisconsin by 320.6% points or less. Washington Post analyst In February, found that flipping fewer than 43,000 votes across those three states. Could have changed the election outcome.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Now. Here's special guests. Carl jackson on the larry elder show. I welcome back to the larry elder show just a quick couple of quick updates. A us district judge j campbell barker handed texas another win against the biden administration. Friday is if you don't need more proof that the vitamin administration is just. I just just It's it's hard to say this. But i really believe i just think they're evil people based on some of the things that they're doing. Us district judge j campbell barker texas another win against the biden administration. Friday this time over medicaid funding granting attorney general ken paxton's request for an injunction and nine the administration's motion to dismiss may paxton suit the centers centers for medicare and medicaid services and the us department of health and human services and the respect of secretaries and the federal government after they were send federal medicaid funds already approved by the trump administration the extension which was scheduled to run to twenty thirty whip provided eleven billion per year per year and healthcare funding the texas including for uncompensated care. Now listen i. I gotta tell you. I'm not big on social security medicaid. Medicare you know. I i get it but a lot of people depend on this stuff. A lot of elderly people depend on this stuff. They've paid into the system And and and and they and they expect some benefits from that and and rightfully so but the biden administration is willing to play with life. Not only do they fund abortion now But willing to play with light. They're willing to play with life in in afghanistan leaving americans behind and and they're willing to play with elderly people. When it comes to medicaid or poor and elderly when it comes to medicaid and medicare funding these people will do anything in order to spite republicans. Even if it means hurting you. That's not a republican democrat thing. That is an evil buying it biden harris administration and whomever may be a a working with this stuff in there have been a just a really nasty evil being to do another update justed from just a news. Us troops rescued a hundred and sixty nine americans near kabul aware of reports of others beaten americans beaten by taliban. Thank you biden all right so just so you know this is. This is what happens when you have a weak man. Like biden harris or biden administration in the office. The current democrat party is a very weak party. They're not liberals they're not free. Thinkers these are authoritarians and social justice warriors. They don't have a clue of what they're doing. And i i gotta tell you. And it's sad to say that the same is true for some of the top brass a joint chiefs of staff. Milly general milley audios. You need to go austin lloyd. I appreciate the the sentiment that a brother made it to the secretary. You know a made it as secretary of defense. We had colin powell audio. You got to go. You're not doing the job. Well it's as simple as that all right back to the story. Fifteen million votes and twenty twenty election not accounted for. Had tim daly signal the public interest or sorry. Almost fifteen million mellon ballots were counted. Four in in the or unaccounted for. I'm sorry in the twenty two thousand presidential election and more than a million more ballots. Were undeliverable all right. So let's get into this. The public interest legal foundation which is a conservative watchdog group on election integrity released their research brief wednesday assessing the effect of mass mellon balloting in an election with a close presidential race in key battleground states such as arizona georgia and wisconsin. We gotta get that stuff fixed guys. here's a quote from the founder of the of the public interest legal foundation j christian adams and again. I explained this earlier for those either. They don't know. J christian adams was a an attorney and the doj that stood up to the biden administration when he worked obviously underneath. I'm sorry the obama administration when he worked underneath when he worked underneath obama. They were there. Were black panthers trying to intimidate people that were that. Were going to vote. I forget exactly where this took place. But he wanted to prosecute because that was voter intimidation the obama administration And attorney general at the time eric holder said no. We're not going to touch that. We're not going to touch anything like that when you have black people like doing stuff like that. Basically and i'm paraphrasing. but essentially. that's what they did. It was like black power from the white house to the ag to the voting system and j christian adams fought that but he says these figures detail how the twenty two male voting needs to be a one year experiment. Strictly new cove it. It should be over. And i will explain why he said that. And give you the numbers after this message from.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"I really was surprised at how centralized the money flow is in this and and so much of it is coming from one foundation the bradley foundation in milwaukee. And i'd say even more surprising is if you take a look at who's on the board of the bradley foundation. I mean these are not kooky know. Nothing's there some very prominent and successful people on that board who You know if you talked to. Bill gates the maricopa county supervisor. He would as he says in the story they know better. And so for instance. You've got on that board robert george. A princeton professor who is quite prominent as a conservative political philosopher. His conservative catholic thinker and he's written pieces actually Saying that You know he's glad that mike pence stood up to trump and did not overthrow the certification of the last election. But he obviously doesn't think that the last election was stolen yet there. He is on the board of the bradley foundation which is funding groups. That are pushing the idea that american elections are not secure. That voter fraud is everywhere. And even some of these groups like the public interest legal foundation. It's one of the groups funded by the bradley foundation. Has a number of people on its board who literally are connected in to trump and the january six uprising. There's one person in particular who actually spoke at the january six rally and urged the crowd to stop the certification of the election. So there's a connection between these prominent people on the bradley foundation board and the money that closed down into these groups that are really radical. Is there the possibility of overreach. The one little ray of hope in your piece comes at the end where gates tells you that. He thinks that all of this might backfire. Yeah i think he may be right. I mean if you look at arizona and this is something that is really reassuring in order to win statewide in arizona at this point either party democrat or republican needs to win the centrist voters who were independence. They need to carry them along with them. When you look at the polling in arizona. What's happening is that that audit. There is wildly popular with the far-right base of the republican party. There but it's completely alienating. The centrists the independence and so as a long term strategy. I think it's kind of a dead end and that's what bill gates thinks to. And are there countervailing efforts by legal and other groups strong enough to ensure that these conservative groups. Don't get what they're going after groups that could ensure voter access and integrity. I mean there are plenty of groups on on the liberal and left and progressive side. Whatever you wanna call it that are working on voting rights and they're now a number of law professors two of whom interviewed in this piece. Who were warning. Take a look. Watch out for what's happening in the state legislatures the so there is sort of a growing awareness of the threat. That what we've seen in twenty twenty in arizona and twenty twenty one with this audit could be a dry run for twenty twenty two or twenty twenty four so. I mean as awareness grows. I assume people will try to counteract it. Thanks so much jane. i'm sure this is just the beginning of our conversation on the subject face a much. Dorothy it's great to be with you. Jane mayer is the new yorkers. Chief washington correspondent. Her books. Include dark money the hidden history of the billionaires behind

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Some states make it illegal. Some states don't That's the beauty of our system is you get to decide on a state by state basis, But there is no area more right for abuse. And we have documented this that the Public interest Legal Foundation, the mail balloting. No balloting lends itself to no supervision. It lends itself to people being intimidated and coerced. I can I tried a case in federal court where the individual voters testified that they just let other people vote their ballots because they know who to vote for better than the voter does. And so this is not a myth. This is happening. This is happening in the real world where vote harvesting and mail ballots leads to people losing the right to vote. And H R one creates a huge government bureaucracy, a brand new department of government and every time, for example, any state any county wants to change any part of voting. They have to get approval from Washington that can take weeks, months or years, which calls litigation and commence against the government. What we'll find ourselves in court constantly. We don't have full and fair elections and, you know, J. Christian Adams of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, which is part of the federal society. I've often said on election Day that we don't vote. We cast ballots that the whole system is based upon the premise that as individual voters, individual Americans, we will research and find necessary the information upon which we can cast an informed ballot. We have to know who we're voting for, and why we're voting. And if that system is thrown out, and you don't cast a ballot anymore, you simply vote. It's like a process in which you don't check the very verified aspects of a person's identity or the chain of custody. We're not. We're not a Democratic republic anymore. What we are is whoever can get the most balanced the stuff and when we win here in Ohio, we have drop boxes, which is called the United States Postal Service, and and they allowed one dropbox per County and many other parts of Texas and Florida, which are the other good examples, and I'm aware of that there were full and fair elections and whatever has to happen in the future. The future Joe Biden's or Kamala Harris's and Miss Roger Petition, the WGN.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"It is free and easy to get in states that have it. Even like the bus and some states will come to your house and they'll give it to you. That's not the problem. When I worked in the Justice Department voting section I heard people say that the problem is, people will forget it. Forget it. Not not can't get it, but forget it, but they they're voters will just lose it. They'll misplace it. Don't forget to bring it to the polls. They're not worried. In truth about not being able to get it. They're worried that their voters can't find it on Election Day. You think it's fair to say Mr Adams? Take Christian Adams again with this president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation. Is it fair to say that they would love to do away with the show up on Election Day voted a polling place system that's really their design. They don't want anybody to ever watch this stuff They want to treat ballots like Pizza coupons or Jiffy lube coupons in the mail. Yeah, the chain of custody and balance, just shipping them around, handing them in bulk running them like, you know, ballot harvesting mules that I think that's the system they see. Well, not only they went through. They have groups who were funded by Open society Institute in other organizations. Specifically dedicated to doing that one's called the voted Home Foundation, so they've got a whole movement on the left to do that. Secondly, and perhaps most frightening, they want people sitting on their couches with remote the siding public issues. They like direct democracy. They missed the part of human history where it leads to bloodshed, right They love the idea of everybody Voting away your property, your your wealth or your freedom. You know, the 51% takes from the 49. That's their whole model of the future that they want. Because we have an unequal system right for 200 years, and we've been exploiting the proletariat, so they want to have a system where you sit there, if your remote and take things from other people, that's where they want to go Mark my words, That's how they view things. J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation. Thanks for your time, I'd really appreciate it, sir. Thanks for having me. We'll be right back. You're listening. The best stuff. Philadelphia's morning answer with Krista Gall on Philadelphia's Am 9 90 the answer. Larry Elder. She's a rising issue and the Democratic Party growing divide between the hard, hard hard left of the Democratic Party and the normal left the Democratic Party. Over the issue of Israel between the pro Israel Democrats in the anti Israel hypocrites like what she did to lave. You'll see e gonna Presley. Come.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Okay. They only have so much time the ballot harvesters and the people who were helping people vote. In the vans and the drop boxes. They only had so much time. So they just voted for about Abidin and then filled up their envelope. And so it totally makes sense. The more you get outside of the city of Philadelphia, the lower the under vote is we looked at this. The further you get away from Philadelphia, the more people filled out their whole ballot. And so this was all private money that was driving up national vote totals for Biden makes total sense. But when you have people that are, you know, handling drop boxes in the satellite election centers. I question the authenticity of physically the rightful ballot owner being in possession of right then I think it's highly probable that people could have missed handled these ballots or or perhaps Voted on behalf of other people because we weren't able to supervise any of it. So my situation's a healthy one, I think is a totally Yeah. Yeah, but also your right and then look at Nevada, which went toe all vote by mail, although by mail automatic. In other words, ballots were mailed out every red shirt address. Well, the public interest legal foundation. We went out there and we went to these addresses. We took a film crew. You can watch the video online. Google pills, Nevada ballots. Killed PLF and you will see vacant lots, abandoned mines, casinos, liquor stores, head shops, all these places where the voter actually didn't live. But that was the registered address for ballots for being mailed automatically. So there is no question that in Nevada that you had a system going, where tens of thousands if not more valid for being sent to places where the voter did not actually live, and the ballots physically showed up when sometimes dropped on the floor in apartment complexes, you can see pictures in the newspaper in Nevada Las Vegas Sun did this Dozens of ballots laying on the floor in apartment complexes just waiting to be picked up on. So this is what happened in Nevada. If you want to know why the numbers were so high, Look at the chaos there. It's just one of many examples from the 2020 elections just to put a bow on this J. Christian Adams of the Public Interest Legal Foundation. You Do see and I understand your math. How we get to the most votes in history for Biden. Are you saying then legitimately you You feel confident that Joe Biden is the clear and present winner by a lot, And it's not in question. Well, don't forget you're leaving out important parts of the story, and that is Pennsylvania change the rules. Right. Your Supreme Court made it up as they went along, You know, they made ah, reading railroad work $4000 in someone lands on. All right? Okay. And so when you change the rules You could still have somebody get more votes, but it's still a crooked way of getting him. Exactly. And that's what happened. Okay. I like it. No, I like it very much. Nothing will come of the audits. Ultimately, you don't really wanna talk Dominion. But a Zafar is a constitutional matter. There's no question monkey business happened on many fronts, particularly Pennsylvania. Constitutionally, that's kind of your final. Word on this. Pennsylvania wins the prize having the worst state on this. There's no question about it. J. Christian Adams of the Public Interest Legal Foundation. Always a pleasure, sir. Thank you Any time, Chris take her a 20. All right. Did you feel about that assessment? I think he's about a straight shooting and sober. A judge on all of this is there is there is and only keep messes around. No. And honestly, they've produced things that are real, like they produced real like getting those voters removed the dead voters from the rolls. That's real action. 61 Oh 8 50 09 90 the number Online.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"The Eagles. Lighting up the stadium gold. To commemorate the legacy of George Floyd. 61 Oh 8 50 09 90. Meanwhile, J. Christian Adams returns to the show of the public's public interest Legal Foundation. You know, these could be you might say big distractions. Uh, because bigger, more important stories were out there that are real and percolating like, Oh, I don't know. Election integrity and audits in certain states that the media keeps hissing and screaming. You're not to pay attention to whatsoever. Mr Adams. Welcome back. Thanks for having me. I mean, Joe Scarborough, most notably last week, screaming like a lunatic about this. I'm sure you heard it. But if you didn't, I won't play it all. But maybe just a minute or two of it so you could get the flavor for why they're so wound up America. Love it or leave it if you don't have respected American democracy anymore. If you don't respect I mean, it went on that way, the spitting in the shrieking. Why's that guy on his nationally broadcast cable show? So wound up about an audit in Arizona? Exactly Well, because part of the reflects of responses to hide anything that might show problems the system. It's like the state of Pen, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We've been litigating with them for years. You get just documents related to them letting aliens and non citizens voting. You know, Joe Scarborough, I gotta tell you, Chris, I was on a plane once, and I watched him plopped down in first class like royalty and then send his wife back in the coach in the middle seat. I never forget it. I was like, Wow, that that guy's got his priorities going, But, yeah, you know, these guys were like, you know, scorpions, they can't stop singing. They can't change anytime you ask any questions about elections, Whether it's officials in Harrisburg or Arizona. They just they just they respond like nothing's wrong and you shouldn't be asking. Is there too good to be bothered with with you little peons out there? That's who these people are. It's weird that he and Jake tapper in particular, they seem the more the yell and scream about how on Patriotic and awful. It is that the states look under their own hoods. It's very curious reaction because I say on this show, I don't even You know, In fact, that's Arizona's business. I have nothing to say about either way. Arizona conducts their elections or how they want to look and review their light. Like I don't think about it, I'll wait for their, uh, for what they find. Why would I go on my show? Never mind broadcast nationally and scream into the camera about what Arizona is doing its very weird. I'm telling you, it's all weird because they have bought into this. Area. This mania that if you descent, if you know this this has happened in other times in history and other places where if you descend from there, there there, you know, secular theocracy that nothing is ever wrong with an election And if it is, it's voter suppression. If you descend from that, then you get attacked. You have you know you have clowns and run your elections in Philadelphia, like Al Smith, who, if you ask any questions of him He gets all bent out of shape. It's a pattern. Harrisburg. Tell Schmidt. It's Joe Scarborough. You aren't allowed to ask questions you show Shut up and get in line J. Christian Adams with this is the Public Interest Legal Foundation and again, it seems obvious to people of good faith and goodwill. Please take a hard look at the way I'm conducting my business. And if you find in propriety, let's rooted out together. But I'm confident you won't. I'm so confident the integrity of the way I've conducted elections. Go ahead, lunatic do your best try to find the flaw is would be my attitude. If I were really confident. I guess they're not big believers and science, right? You know, I guess the science takes a vacation. When it comes to the election. They don't worry so much about science. It's all rhetoric and propaganda. And, Yeah, I mean, look, I got to tell you even elections of people who won that I like I know that there's ways to improve it right. There's always ways to improve in election. We just found a New Hampshire and audit their showed that there was about 200 ballots that off to scan the wrong way. Maybe because there was a fold. Who knows? The paper didn't see it correctly, and they did a recount and found the 200 ballots scan the wrong way. Well, that's good to know. Right? It's not like these knuckleheads like Scarborough and critics of the Maricopa audit or other places. You know, they're just trying to put their head in the sand because they like the outcome. It's like, Don't question the church. Don't question the orthodoxy that Biden won Arizona clean and and you can't look at anything about it. Is it my question that orthodoxy That's what it's all about is they're worshiping politics. And if you question them, you're going after what's most important to them. Do you think they believe there's something to find? That's my vibe. They think there may be a there there, and that scares the more than anything else. Well, uh, you know, I know I I really don't I actually I really don't. I don't think they're that They're that sophisticated. I actually think that they just subscribe to this crazy orthodoxy that if if you question anything about an election, then you're Hitler, right? It. They.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Alfred Banality, MD. Here Euros. Kimberly Bermel been naughty and co host. Heated Ugur and Jeff lack staff. Thank you so much when listening and watching American medicine today I am Kimberly been naughty along with my friends. Ethan, you cur and Jeff Wagstaff. Now, this week's Senate Democrats began to move on their election reform legislation for the People Act. But Republican critics are opposed to build, calling it a democratic power grab that would make voter fraud even easier to commit. Joining us to discuss is Lauren Bowman, spokeswoman for the Public Interest Legal Foundation and former member of the Trump White House communications team. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me on. Absolutely. Now. Can you break down What's in this bill for us? What are they trying to change? Because we're hearing things that there's you know, Same day voter registration, which could really be chaotic for election officials. At least one would think And then kind of automatic voter registration through federal databases. Should we really trust that? Yeah. So one of the things that would implement that would require all 50 states toe have same day voter registration. So you show up to the polls on election day, and they're required to let you register to vote with no proof of I d. There's no safeguards that there you're proving who you say you are that you live in the district and all of that. So that's just so much chaos for election workers on the day of Election Day, and then Yeah, What they're going to say is we're gonna implement automatic voter registration forever. One in every federal and state databases. So, for example, the D M V. Your driver's license. There are tons of people who have driver's license that aren't eligible to vote because maybe they're a green card holder, a foreigner or they're underage. They're 16 years old and driving. They shouldn't be on the voter rolls. So there's some issues with that that just creating Evolution to be on the voter rolls, and that makes it where they can actually to the polls and vote. I love other Democrats are spinning this, though you know. Biden infamously called it Jim Crow on steroids. What does that have to do with discrimination and race to me? It just It's the Democrats wanting as many people to vote that are probably gonna vote Democrat as possible. That's why they want to change the law. Know exactly. They always play the race card anytime they don't agree with something right? It has to be that it's racist. Well, one of the things that they point to, as we saw in Georgia is voter. I d. All right, D they say, is a racist requirement. It's trying to keep minorities from voting. Well, actually, over 70% of the American people support voter idea requirements. They think it's common sense also, I think, get Insulting to say that a minority can't get a idee on. Do you know that's one of the funny things we stall in Georgia is you know, the MLB moved their game out of Atlanta because of it. Well, you know, the Major League Baseball requires you to have an idea. When you pick up your tickets from will call Everyone in society today has an idea. And you know, if you don't this law, they do all voter I d requirements. They always provide access to help get people a identification card for hurry. Lauren. That's an excellent point that it's been made to seem that if you ask someone for a navy that that somehow racist, But as you pointed out, there's not many things that you conduce in society today. Without an I D. So why would something is important as voting? Where does that come from? Other than just trying to get, as Ethan said, is many people on the tax or on the voting registration is possible. Where does this racist angle come from? Because white Black Asian Martian. You have to have an I D the function in society. Exactly. And we find in polls that over 65% of African Americans support voter I d requirements, So this has nothing to do with race. What Republicans want is we want to make it easier to vote but harder to cheat. And it seems like through this legislation with the Democrats are proposing is Let's make it as easy to vote as possible and it's easy to cheat. It's possible we don't wanna have to have people proved that they are who they say they are on day. I think the only reason for that could be they're hoping to protect their majority by voter fraud, which is just it should be bipartisan. We all in our country should want free and fair elections where we can trust the results. And I don't think that this s one is that with that in mind at all, it's complete opposite. It's a hijack of our republic. Well, I'm just wondering if you have to go to say Sam's Club Costco. You can't get through the door without your cute little idea is that now considered racist and all universities you have your ID e. And you have to show ideas sometimes to get your discounts. If you go to the movie theater, all those things truly racist. Exactly. You have to have an idea to get on a flight. So we're all airlines Racist. It just goes to prove how Hippocratic the Democrat Party has become. I mean, now and ideas, racist. It's just come on like it demeans what real racism is in this country on We have obviously come very far from the 19 sixties to where we are now. On. There are no doubt are some still issues of real racism that exist. But this you just are the calling wolf. It makes it. It's just dressed. Disgusting to me as an American, I you come on. Come on, man. Right As sleepy Joe would say Lauren s so tell us about your group. And what specifically, you all are doing to combat this? Yes. So we are a I've a one c three nonprofit, a nonprofit tax deductible organization called the Public Interest Legal Foundation. So we are working tirelessly to educate the public about what HR one is, but we also what we do is we are. We are a law firm, so we bring up in cases. Come across this country and states about voter integrity issues, and we actually just had like a huge win in North Carolina this week, where we forced the government to agree to disclose documents about foreigners registering and voting and elections..

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"All morning long here on justice and drew This is it was doing a fantastic job. I just say, just picking killer Springsteen tracks for us. Really great stuff. The born in the U. S a singer. Was arrested in the New Jersey Park last November was very arrogant about it refused to take a blood test. Even shot shot took a shot of patrolling tequila before he got on his motorcycle and Revved it up. Took a shot of tequila getting honest, But what an insult? Yeah. He looked at the Ranger and he's like, you know, this is my This is my bad medicine, and he took the shot He got on his motorcycle. So we're gonna play Bruce Springsteen as he pulled out his. It's my life. That's right. 1st 16 music bumper music all morning, this'll morning here on justice and justice and drew my life. All right, Let's dive into, uh, let's dive into this because it's awful. Not my steel horse. HR one packs in tow 1 791 Page bill ever re bad idea about how to run elections and mandates that states must adopt the very things that may the 2020. Election. Such a such a mess in This is you know, obviously this is incredibly important to bring light to this to stop this from happening because to me, it demonstrates how all is not lost yet. If the left thought they could continue to conduct elections the way that they did last year, there wouldn't be any need for this, but I don't believe they feel like they can. I feel like they believe that was a give me We got one. We want to keep doing it. But if we're gonna want to keep it, we want to keep doing it. We're gonna have to put this into law, and it's kind of a tacit admission that they know what they did in 2020 was wrong, and it shouldn't have played out that way. Because now now and I thought Tom ever put it best. Now they're trying to codify in law. All of the unconscious tutu sh inal changes that were made by secretaries of states around the country that led to a chaotic and messy election in 2020, and stop with this nonsense that all this was a Most free and fair election that's ever been held in history. No, it wasn't and we know that you're lying in your gas lighting. When you do that mandatory mail ballots, ballots without postmarks, late ballots and voting in precincts where you don't live. It includes so many bad ideas that no publication has a satisfactory space to cover all of them. So the Constitution presumes that states regulate their own elections. But the constitution has a big butt in it, and what is called the elections clause of the Constitution says, But the Congress may at any time by law, make or alter such regulations now for 200 years over 200 years, Congress rarely used this power. The power was put in there on Lee to prevent the states from suffocating the federal government out of existence by never holding federal elections. And I didn't know until today that that was even an option. Alright, why don't we do that? How come Well, nobody's thought of this before I wanna I wanna I wanna choke it so bad. I just Yeah, I just want I want I want to step on the hose and just cover the federal government with a pillow. Yeah, my pillow. Oh, yeah. Do not assume that the bills because there's a Senate companion bill as one Which might be even worse. And don't assume the bills will stall and wither in the process. They are named the HR one and as one for a reason. The bills of the top priority of the newly empowered Democrats in Congress, you know, wanna harken back to another very salient point made by my friend, representative member, you know, with what did they run on? They were in on health care. They ran on all these. They're not doing any of that. This is what they're doing. This is it's HR. One and s are one because it is the first bill. It is the top priority and again. These are not the actions. Of a group of people that feel secure in the fact that they won a fair and free election without any sort of shenanigans whatsoever. If that were the case, if they were so comfortable in their win, why is it that the first thing they felt like they needed to do when they got to Congress was codify all of these terrible, unconstitutional ideas in the law? Dissatisfied with the effectiveness of the last federal mandate, the 93 motor voter law HR in one that dispenses with the idea that an American should go affirmatively registered to vote. In 2020 states like Nevada, New Jersey, said. I hate the boss sent ballots through the mail to anyone on their registration list despite having voter rolls filled with errors. Public interest Legal Foundation documented thousands of eligible ineligible. Excuse me registrations in Nevada alone that received mail ballots. So, um, or sense of vacant lots, abandoned mines, casinos and even liquor stores. I know I had a conversation with someone just last night. You're in Minnesota who had a family member that got three ballots sent to them. Now they disposed of them. You know, like you're like you should have. You know, I'm sure was a mistake. But how many mistakes like that happen around the country and weren't sent to people who just disposed of them who maybe were sent to people who thought Three ballots. That's three votes for the guy. I want to win. Well, no. Well, this rebound because I'm voting in the voting for in the federal election voting in the state election that I'm also Vulcan voting for local representation Do so you need one for each I mean it based off of hearts to the state of our education system. Currently, that wouldn't surprise me. States would also be blocked by HR one from signature verification procedures. E. No man. It just goes on and on and on like any anything that anybody could think of that might make an election more secure. They want to get rid of HR. One Riggs the system for any lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the law. All lawsuits can only be filed in one court, the Federal Court of D. C. Yes. Okay. All opposition must be consolidated into one brief, with only one attorney being able to argue the merits. It also grants automatic intervention to any legislators who want to join in the fight against the loan Opposition. Okay, cool. So if you want to challenge this law, you have to take on pretty much every elected Democrat in D. C. Yep. That's so awesome, and they felt like their you know, they think they don't have a plethora of resource is and money and lawyers available to her. We know you're just there. Mr Smith goes to Washington. That's funny. It's uh, my man. Prohibit states from conducting list maintenance on the voter rolls. That means in Deadwood and obsolete registrations will stack up. HR one, and this one our omnibus bills that would change every American citizens and foreigners relationship to voter registration, universal automatic voter registration. It's a top priority of HR one that will do away with actual voter registration and instead make the voter rolls merely a copy of anyone already on a government list like welfare recipients and Social Security beneficiaries got basically if you exist. You're registered to vote pretty much, and if you're registered to vote, they're going to send you like you don't have to do anything. You exist. You're registered to vote and they're going to send you a ballot. Does nobody see the flaws in this? Like how much and how many people are going to get multiple ballots? Because they're on multiple lists? How many people are going to do anything with those ballots, but maybe sell them tow Libano husband for 200 bucks? HR one and S one will force states to push ballots into the mail. It builds slack into the election system, decentralized mail elections and introduce error because of error filled rolls. Mail in ballots. Delay results, create uncertainty and pushed the elections in the kitchens and bedrooms where election officials cannot observe the voting process and cannot protect The voter from coercion now goes through here is lengthy. It goes through here and it talks about all the things the bill includes. But there's one little nugget here, and we talked about it earlier. But of course, unlimited ballot harvesting. Yep. Having a third party help to fill in and gather up ballots, then drop them off at a polling station or other designated station is guaranteed no limitations on how many ballots they can harvest. And man, I so I don't under. I know. I understand you people be in support of something like this 6519895855. If you think this is a good idea, please tell me why it falls right into the category of what we say so often and that is for the left. For Democrats. They're there to support your mediocre lifestyle. And by doing this, it reduces it reduces elections..

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In a few moments, we've got center Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee. Joining us talk about a lot of things that they're facing right now in Congress in response to the Bite administration's opening flurry of over 25 executive orders will get into that with them, And we're hoping to hook up with J Christian happens a little later. Stephen Moore also is going to be joining us talk about where things are in the economy. Why we needed $2 trillion bailout. Is the economy really that bad? Or should we just get the government out of the way? Of the economy, and that's all that's needed. I tend to think that's the case. But also I want to ask even about this the whole, you know the game stop in the AMC and the silver. Now it's silver. If you notice that They're all they're all going after Silver. Is anyone else on board with us? Have you been have even writing this thing? I mean, ultimately someone's going to be left holding the bag, aren't they? Isn't that how these things work? Don't worry. I'm very conservative with my investments. Very, very conservative with my investments. Maybe I'm of an age where I should be conservative since you know, I want to What's the word for it? Retire it sometimes, too sometime soon. I would like that to be my situation, although no time. That the trust me not not for quite some time can 20 years let's say 20 years 20 years from now, that's the beauty of radio. You can keep doing this when you're way past your It's the will be targeted. Good, Stephen More about all of that stuff coming up in a bit. I just one last word on this and again. I just want to make it clear. This has to do with the fundamentals of our systems that we have here on day. And it's great that a judge has actually looked at this and made this decision in Virginia. Um other states need to follow suit. Other states need to be able to step up and say, Wait a minute. This is just the basic here. This is a basic here that a mail in absentee ballot should have illegal postmark on it before it's deemed a valid down with the gets counted and and before anybody jumps up and says, Ah, that's what happened in Virginia. I didn't leave out one important element here, and I want to make sure that you that you know this. This. This had no effect on the final tally in Virginia. This this one particular Law that was set up. I hesitated on the word law because it wasn't a law. Um it was a change to Virginia's election laws, but J Christian Adams and the Public Interest Legal Foundation they found the lawsuit in October. And Again. This is the language of Virginia law. I'll quote it to you. Any absentee ballot returned to the general registrar after the closing of the polls on Election Day. But before noon on the third day after the election and postmark honor before the date of the election shall be counted, in other words, if you post market but it didn't get there until, like two days after Election Day, as long as it's postmarked before Election Day. Veil counted right that it was very specific, very specific, unambiguous, and they just decided in October that they were gonna ignore that. They ignored it. Right and the election with a New Virginia board of Elections rule notified county election boards that any ballots received by the General Register's office by noon on the third day after the election, but doesn't have a postmark or the postmark is missing or allowed allowed. Hell out, alleged ble, could God Larry, um, would still be considered a valid ballot. And that's just a clear It's like a ah, fundamental rewriting the 180 degree opposite of what the actual law in Virginia stated, and the lawsuit was put forth by Public Interest Legal foundation in October, and the judge Agreed. He put it in junction on it. Okay. So there was an injunction before Election day That made sure that Virginia wouldn't be able to do that. So we did not affect This election day. But that's not the case with a lot of the other things that were done at the last minute. And that's why this is an important discussion that we're not gonna let go of, and we're going to continue discussing these specific changes, if if the Wise men and women who were now state senators and members of the House of Delegates in Richmond. If they decide that they want to vote for a change of election laws that says that you can have a Mail in ballot come in days after election day, and it doesn't need a postmark and they're still gonna count it. You know what? Put your name on it, man. Go ahead. Vote. I want you to vote for that. Go ahead and put your name on it and let all the people of Virginia know that you think that's the sound way to conduct your elections. I doubt they will because it's more ironic. They can go ahead and do that. But not some unnamed bureaucrat or state official just decided the last minute. Well, yeah, yeah. We're just gonna do.

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"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"public interest legal foundation" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"For sure that the Virginia judge Very late, but we'll take. It has ruled that what Virginia did By allowing to count vote. That were mail in ballots. That did not arrive with the postage mark. Were order to be counted now. A circuit judges ruled the rule violates the state's statute and the practice will be banned in the future. Lawsuit leading to this decision was brought by the Public Interest Legal Foundation. Also, here's a little bit from the daily caller tonight. It's just broke. Virginia Circuit Court Judge William Eldridge rule the state's late mail in ballot law violated state statute permanently banned the law on the future of Virginia elections. The Public Legal Interest Foundation announced the the This is a big win for the rule of law. The pills, president and general counsel said. This consent decree gives Aceh everything. We requested a prominent ban on accepting ballots without postmarks after Election Day in tow loss for Virginia bureaucrats who said ballots could come in without these protections, a men and now we've got Pennsylvania all sorts of places to continue. And let the law prevail. Whatever the law is, let it prevail. That's it. So we need to make sure as I said. That any Any funny business like not following the law cannot occur. So none of this is in question, changing the rules because of a pandemic or all this kind of stuff of mail in ballots. Get this done. That's where our focus needs to be. And I'm very happy about that news. A little bit more about the leftist media coverage, and then we're gonna get to a big follow up on the wily man that the FBI arrested and charged with in the capital riot. His family now saying, everything's being taken out of context That's gonna be fascinating to get into, especially after what we talked about last night with a son, talking to Fox, four for the first time also Favorite favorite criminal real tour in DFW and all over the country is Jenna Ryan. I want to see how you Yeah. Number her. Oh, yes. Yes, I want to say your head house. Will breaking five for our country. I want to sell your house. Now. I'll show your house.

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Supreme Court says federal courts cannot strike down partisan gerrymandering

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Supreme Court says federal courts cannot strike down partisan gerrymandering

"Continuing after yesterday's supreme court decision ruling the federal government will not interfere and politically drawn state congressional districts with the case the left has been working on for almost fifteen or twenty years where they wanted federal courts to have oversight over state legislative decisions christian adams general counsel of the public interest legal foundation tells w. emails mornings on the mall the high court will never ever consider another gerrymandering case in maryland governor larry hogan is valley to reintroduce a bill calling for a nonpartisan commission to draw those congressional districts and not the democrat controlled general

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