Pro-Voter Fraud George W. Bush-Appointed Judge Blocks Texas Restrictions on Using P.O. Boxes for Voter Registration

Some 5,000 Texans who used a P.O. box as a voter registration address will likely be able to cast a ballot in the state’s midterm elections after a federal judge blocked a 2021 state election law.Senate Bill 1111 attempted to tighten residency guidelines for Texas voters, but was struck down this month by U.S. District Court Judge Lee Yeakel, an appointee under former president George W. Bush.
Yeakel, who presides over the Austin Division for the Western District of Texas, found in a summary judgement that the state used vague language in the election law and parts of it failed constitutional scrutiny.
Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton appealed the decision last week to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, according to State Sen. Paul Bettencourt (R-Houston), who authored the election bill.
Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas at the Hilton Anatole Aug. 5, 2022. (Bobby Sanchez/The Epoch Times)
“There is no one that can live inside a P.O. box,” Bettencourt pointed out in a statement earlier this month.
Bettencourt told The Epoch Times he was disappointed in the decision against a “common-sense voter integrity bill.”
The bill required people registering to vote with a P.O. box to show proof of address such as a driver’s license or utility bill.
Some 5,000 people were registered to vote in Harris County alone using a P.O. box in 2020, Bettencourt said.
As of this month, the number is around 4,800 because some of the records were processed before the law was blocked.
The actual number using P.O. boxes to register statewide would make the total higher, he added, saying he expects the number could climb before voter registration ends in October without the law.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (3R) signs Senate Bill 1, also known as the election integrity bill into law with others clapping and looking on in Tyler, Texas, on Sept. 7, 2021. (Marina Fatina/NTD)
The Republican-led Texas Legislature passed the bill along with others in an attempt to guard against election fraud after the 2020 election.
The lawsuit filed by the Texas chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens and Voto Latino, a nonprofit that seeks to mobilize voters, called those requirements in SB 1111 an unnecessary burden on voters.
The Latino groups claimed voter suppression against six large counties controlled by Democrats: Travis, Bexas, Harris, Hidalgo, Dallas, and El Paso.
“This measure imposes vague, onerous restrictions on the voter registration process, chilling political participation and further burdening the abilities of lawful voters to cast their ballots and make their voices heard.” Texas LULAC state director Rodolfo Rosales said in a statement after filing the suit.
Maria Teresa Kumar, president and CEO of Voto Latino, celebrated the decision.
“The true intent of this discriminatory measure has always been about suppressing voter turnout—especially among young people, communities of color, low-income voters, and other historically marginalized groups,” she said in an August statement.
The State of Texas was not a party to the lawsuit at first and had to intervene in order to appeal the decision. Had that not happened, it would have been up to the Democratic controlled counties to appeal.
Bettencourt said suits filed against Democratic-controlled local governments by friendly liberal organizations is a new tactic to get around Texas’ voter integrity laws because the entity being sued will “agree with the suit.”
Hans von Spakousky, an election law reform manger for the Heritage Foundation, said every state has residency requirements.
For a judge to rule against a state law requiring verification of residency would appear political, he said.
Friendly groups suing each other is a tactic to get a favorable outcome, he said. “They’re hoping for a collusive settlement.”

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New York Election Fraud Exposed, Weaponized Voter Rolls – Trouble In Other States? [VIDEO]

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VoterGA Uncovers Massive Election Fraud in Georgia

The stolen 2020 election data is still hiding in plain sight The election integrity group VoterGA has produced a new video on Georgia’s 2020 election, and the video shows obvious and massive voter fraud.This is one of the best videos that I’ve ever seen on how our elections are corrupted by using electronic voting machines. It covers the deceptive practices used in the election night vote, and the “risk-limiting” audit, and the machine recount. It’s the best use of 56 minutes of your life right now — especially before the 2022 midterms.Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Here are my favorite seven slides from the video.1) VoterGA is being blocked from reviewing Georgia’s original ballots because every county in Georgia has been told to deny VoterGA’s open records requests by the Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. So much for transparency in our public elections! 2) Let’s discuss the scale of the 2020 election fraud. There are 159 counties in Georgia. VoterGA made open records requests from all of them, and found that 74 counties cannot even produce the complete ballot images — as required by law. That’s nearly half of Georgia’s counties that are running illegal elections.3) Georgia’s SOS Brad Raffensperger appeared on TV on November 4th, 2020 to tell the world that Georgia had 4.7 million total votes to count.4) Only 13 precincts were left to report.5) However, the final certified vote count for Georgia was almost 5 million — a discrepancy of about 300,000 votes.6) Those 13 precincts only had 50,000 ballots — so how did an extra 250,000 votes get counted?7) The best slide of all: VoterGA found a report — with 100% of Georgia’s counties and 100% of Georgia’s precincts reporting — that showed Donald Trump won in Georgia.Watch the entire video on Rumble.I Need Your Support!Who held the Biden Administration to account for its corruption every day like me?Independent and fearless journalists need your support like never before.I need your support like never before.The corporate media is completely corrupt. Just go down the list: the Russia Hoax, the stolen 2020 election, the deadly COVID vaccines. The corporate media is actively trying to hide the truth from the American people on a daily basis.If we are going to survive the current regime then we must stand together.I’ve got your back.Do you have mine?Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.

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John Hayward thread masterfully explains why voters are giving ‘Never Trump’ Republicans like Liz Cheney the boot

In yesterday’s Republican primary in Wyoming, Rep. Liz Cheney got absolutely destroyed and will be leaving the House of Representatives in early January. Anti-Trump “Republicans” (not to mention Democrats) are hailing Cheney as a heroic public servant to chose principle over party, but for anybody confused about why politicians like Cheney are getting the boot, thread-master John Hayward has a great new thread that spells it all out: For all the howling about Trump’s “authoritarian tendencies,” there is no question whatsoever that Americans were more free during his term, and it’s a safe bet they would become more free if he runs and defeats Joe Biden in 2024.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022Why are Republicans such as Rep. Cheney and others in the “Never Trump” camp, including several other GOP members of the House who voted to impeach the former president, getting the boot from office? This is one reason the NeverTrumpers can’t connect with any significant portion of the Republican electorate. They’re getting real authoritarianism shoved down their throats right now. The Dems just stole another trillion dollars from them with a fraud “inflation reduction” bill.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022Polls show that economic issues such as inflation and gas prices are at the top of voters’ minds all while Reps like Cheney help forward the narratives of the Dems, who would like everybody to believe that the only issues anybody cares about are 1/6 and climate change: All of the money Democrats stole will be devoted to cracking down on the American people, reducing their freedoms, taking more of their money away, forcibly reducing their “carbon footprints” by making their lives worse, and pushing collectivist ideology.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022We’re living in a time when fascist government/corporate speech control partnerships are the order of the day. The ruling party doesn’t even try all that hard to disguise its censorship orders to corporate lackeys. Meanwhile, the bureaucracy is utterly weaponized against us.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022A growing number of issues are taken out of our hands. We’re told we’re no longer allowed to vote on matters “settled” by “expert consensus.” The bureaucracy we never get to vote against, which can fight back against even our elected representatives, grows bigger and richer.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022Trump didn’t do those things to us. He wasn’t thinking about ways to make the American people smaller by making the State bigger. He wasn’t busy weaponizing every federal office to go after his enemies. Frankly, he didn’t pay *enough* attention to the Permanent State.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022Just imagine if Trump was letting social media companies know whose accounts should be banned: And if Trump tried to do any of the things Biden’s handlers are doing to us, the Permanent State and DNC Media would have gone to war to stop him. I assure you they wouldn’t have shrugged indifferently if his White House was dashing off censorship orders to Big Tech.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022It’s a sad commentary on our corrupt system that you have to put a Republican in the White House if you want adversarial media coverage, or bureaucratic checks and balances against executive power. At least the growth of authoritarianism slows a little.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022But Trump deserves more credit than just being flummoxed by a system that didn’t want his hand on the levers of authoritarian power. He didn’t devote his administration to attacking and subjugating the American people, like Biden does. He didn’t try to make us smaller.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022He didn’t work from the assumption that every problem in America is the fault of its damnable people, the way Dems do. He wasn’t obsessed with creating a punitive State or putting America last on the world stage. He didn’t have the contempt for us that pumps the Left’s blood.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022Trump was also interested in actually solving problems instead of perpetuating them.Trump’s final legacy achievement was the Dobbs Supreme Court – a decision that is absolutely and unquestionably a flourishing of freedom, despite all hysterical shrieking to the contrary, for it returns a vital issue to the states and the people, where it always belonged.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022I wish Trump would have focused more intently on expanding freedom and slashing the authoritarian state, especially in the perilous days of the pandemic. I would have liked that to be the laser focus of his campaign: a Great Reset that makes us more free and prosperous, not less.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022But Trump was no authoritarian during his first term, especially not compared to the gang currently running America into the ground. He could have done more to fight it, especially during the pandemic – but if he won in 2020, the State would undoubtedly be smaller today. /end— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 17, 2022Lefties included the bunch in the Biden White House who want people to believe Trump’s an “authoritarian” are projecting big time!***Related:John Hayward shares KICK-A*S thread about NOT giving in even a little bit to censorship and the importance of free speechJohn Hayward’s thread on what the Climate Cult and Great Resetters want for ‘the little people’ an INFURIATING must-readJohn Hayward takes comprehensive — and extremely valuable — look at Dems’ ‘big mistake’ in going all in on pro-abort ‘thuggery’***Editor’s Note:Help us keep owning the libs! Join Twitchy VIP and use promo code AMERICAFIRST to receive a 25% discount off your membership!

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Voting groups fight to block law that can criminalize Arizona voter registration

The voting groups claim the law is subjective and gives officials means to chill voters’ rights.

PHOENIX (CN) — Voting advocacy groups sued Arizona to block a new law that could criminalize volunteers or organizations who provide registration or voter assistance to individuals registered to vote outside the state.According to the federal complaint filed Monday evening in Phoenix, Senate Bill 1260 is a vague law that affords officials subjective measures to target volunteers and voting groups who provide mistaken voters a “mechanism for voting.” “The term ‘mechanism for voting’ is not defined, but the statute expressly emphasizes that it is broad enough to include the mere act of ‘forwarding an early ballot’ addressed to the voter,” the 30-page lawsuit states.Plaintiffs Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans, Voto Latino and Priorities USA all provide voting outreach to the public. They claim their volunteers or even a voter’s family member could face Class 5 felony charges for the voting support mishaps.“Consider an Arizona parent who receives an early ballot in the mail for their child who just finished college out of state but is eligible to vote in Arizona,” the groups say in their complaint. “That parent could face felony charges if they forward the student’s early ballot to them if the student at some point registered to vote in their out-of-state college town — even if the student has no intention to, and never actually does, vote in two places.”According to the groups, the new requirements will disenfranchise employees or volunteers and hinder their mission. The law’s felony provision would require the groups to proactively affirm voters have never registered or that the voter has canceled their out-of-state registration.“This risk will severely chill voter registration and mobilization efforts in Arizona, resulting in an undue burden on groups and individuals engaged in these efforts and voters who benefit from them,” the lawsuit claims.The groups also assert a separate provision, the cancellation and removal provision, unjustly cancels mail-in ballots for individuals who move out of a county, leaving voters perpetually waiting for their ballots.“The Cancellation and Removal Provisions do not require county recorders to notify the voter or ask for their consent before canceling their voter registration or removing them from the active early voting list; in fact, they do not require county recorders to make any inquiry at all of the voter, including to find out where the voter currently resides and intends to vote,” the August 15 lawsuit says. “The Removal Provision, moreover, will have a significant impact on the right to vote because the overwhelming majority of Arizonans vote early by mail.”The provision also allegedly affords officials the ability to remove voters from the rolls by accepting third-party information, which defines some voters as ineligible.“The Cancellation and Removal Provisions also allow third parties to force county recorders to cancel voter registrations and remove voters from the active early voting list by allowing third parties to provide county recorders with ‘credible information that a person has registered to vote in a different county,’” the complaint claims. “Cancellation and Removal Provisions do not define the term ‘credible information’ or require county recorders to investigate such information.”Maria Teresa Kumar, president and CEO of Voto Latino, said in a statement Monday that the law amounted to an “affront to democracy.”“SB 1260 is a perfect example of legislation designed to exploit unfounded fears of voter fraud in order to make it harder for eligible voters to cast a ballot,” she said. “Politicians in Arizona have piled obstacles in front of the voting booth simply because they don’t like the kinds of voters who want to participate in our elections. That’s not just an affront to democracy; it’s an attack on communities who deserve to have their voices heard on Election Day and to have politicians who are responsive to their needs.”The groups are represented by Roy Herrera of Herrera Arellano in Phoenix and Aria Branch of Elias Law Group in Washington, D.C.

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Texas Judge Strikes Down Voter Integrity Measure

Some 5,000 Texans who used a P.O. box as a voter registration address will likely be able to cast a ballot in the state’s midterm elections after a federal judge blocked a 2021 state election law.Senate Bill 1111 attempted to tighten residency guidelines for Texas voters, but was struck down this month by U.S. District Court Judge Lee Yeakel, an appointee under former president George W. Bush.
Yeakel, who presides over the Austin Division for the Western District of Texas, found in a summary judgement that the state used vague language in the election law and parts of it failed constitutional scrutiny.
Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton appealed the decision last week to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, according to State Sen. Paul Bettencourt (R-Houston), who authored the election bill.
Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas at the Hilton Anatole Aug. 5, 2022. (Bobby Sanchez/The Epoch Times)
“There is no one that can live inside a P.O. box,” Bettencourt pointed out in a statement earlier this month.
Bettencourt told The Epoch Times he was disappointed in the decision against a “common-sense voter integrity bill.”
The bill required people registering to vote with a P.O. box to show proof of address such as a driver’s license or utility bill.
Some 5,000 people were registered to vote in Harris County alone using a P.O. box in 2020, Bettencourt said.
As of this month, the number is around 4,800 because some of the records were processed before the law was blocked.
The actual number using P.O. boxes to register statewide would make the total higher, he added, saying he expects the number could climb before voter registration ends in October without the law.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (3R) signs Senate Bill 1, also known as the election integrity bill into law with others clapping and looking on in Tyler, Texas, on Sept. 7, 2021. (Marina Fatina/NTD)
The Republican-led Texas Legislature passed the bill along with others in an attempt to guard against election fraud after the 2020 election.
The lawsuit filed by the Texas chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens and Voto Latino, a nonprofit that seeks to mobilize voters, called those requirements in SB 1111 an unnecessary burden on voters.
The Latino groups claimed voter suppression against six large counties controlled by Democrats: Travis, Bexas, Harris, Hidalgo, Dallas, and El Paso.
“This measure imposes vague, onerous restrictions on the voter registration process, chilling political participation and further burdening the abilities of lawful voters to cast their ballots and make their voices heard.” Texas LULAC state director Rodolfo Rosales said in a statement after filing the suit.
Maria Teresa Kumar, president and CEO of Voto Latino, celebrated the decision.
“The true intent of this discriminatory measure has always been about suppressing voter turnout—especially among young people, communities of color, low-income voters, and other historically marginalized groups,” she said in an August statement.
The State of Texas was not a party to the lawsuit at first and had to intervene in order to appeal the decision. Had that not happened, it would have been up to the Democratic controlled counties to appeal.
Bettencourt said suits filed against Democratic-controlled local governments by friendly liberal organizations is a new tactic to get around Texas’ voter integrity laws because the entity being sued will “agree with the suit.”
Hans von Spakousky, an election law reform manger for the Heritage Foundation, said every state has residency requirements.
For a judge to rule against a state law requiring verification of residency would appear political, he said.
Friendly groups suing each other is a tactic to get a favorable outcome, he said. “They’re hoping for a collusive settlement.”

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Miami Dade Residents Are Receiving Unsolicited Mail-In Ballots, Highlighting Concerns Of Election Fraud

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Residents of Miami-Dade County have reportedly received unsolicited mail-in ballots this election year raising concerns of electoral fraud, Miami-Dade Republican Executive Committee Election Integrity Subcommittee Chairman Henry Zarb told The Miami Independent.

The fact that residents are receiving unsolicited ballots may mean those residents are possibly “stuck” on a mail-in ballot list — a list they can be added to if they ever requested a mail-in ballot in the past.

“Loose” unsolicited ballots can pose a threat to election integrity, Zarb says. When a resident of Miami-Dade (or any resident living in a county where mail-in ballots are offered) changes their address and or leaves town, a “loose” mail-in ballot could still be sent to their former address. Such “loose” ballots face the susceptibility of being manipulated by bad actors looking to influence the electoral process.

“Vote by mail is the method that is most vulnerable to vote fraud and, not surprisingly, the highest proportion of vote fraud is found to occur in vote by mail,” Zarb said.

Voting via mail-in ballot in contrast to traditional in-person voting leads to a “protracted process” Zarb explains. With multiple potential points for abuse, Zarb believes mail-in ballots need to be tightly administered to minimize potential election integrity violations.

Since Miami-Dade County mail-in ballots are without ballot control numbers and the signature confirmation process can be easily manipulated, Zarb explains the protracted mail-in ballot system allows for much error and possible fraud.

Zarb also points towards poorly drafted legislation which “opens the door” to all sorts of potential abuse. For example, when proving citizenship, a voter is required only to sign a box on the ballot confirming they are indeed a citizen. Recalling the potential problems with mail-in ballots listed above, forging one’s citizenship on a mail-in ballot is possible.

“It should be a very small proportion of the total vote [votes via mail-in ballot], reserved for voters whose circumstances truly warrant it. Instead, it has become all too easy for anyone to request, and get, a mail-in ballot,” Zarb stated.

“This is a huge concern when vote by mail represents millions of votes in Florida alone, and elections are won by often the smallest of margins. The whole system needs tightening up,” he continued.

Kris Jurski, a Florida resident and businessman has identified an array of problems with the electoral process in his home state.

In an article published by the American Policy Center, Kat Stansell outlines Jurski’s findings.

Beginning with the “Motor Voter Act” or the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, most states ignored the NVRA’s mandate stipulating that voter registration forms must be distributed at licensing centers (DMV’s).

However, following the formation of the ERIC (Electronic Registration Information Center) in 2012, Jurski states “DMV’s in a number of states began assuming more of the registration process.”

Labeling ERIC as “a massive data-gathering system that acts as a get-out-the-vote organization for the Left, and an intelligence- gathering mechanism on all state residents,” of which Florida is a member, Jurski explains that state drivers’ data including green card holders, id card holders, and even learners’ permits applicants are all uploaded to ERIC.

“Kris Jurski has found that the DMV input mandated by ERIC is the key to feeding millions of names of people ineligible to vote, into the voter rolls. He calls it the “Green Card Loophole”. He sees ERIC as an intelligence-gathering system that keeps personal records on everyone with a drivers license or who votes,” Stansell writes.

Stating that “since 2019, over 80 percent of all voter registrations are accomplished at the Division of Motor Vehicles,” and that since 2017 there is no spot to declare citizenship on the form following a change by the Director of Elections, “essentially, every applicant at the motor vehicle center is registered and re-registered to vote.”

“In Florida, we know that those registering at the Motor Vehicle locations do NOT have to be a US citizen. Each member state’s drivers permit applications differ, but many manage to get around or avoid the citizenship issue. ERIC itself, in its bylaws, forbids any voter application to be flagged for being a non- citizen,” Stanwell writes.

Focusing on Florida’s elderly population, constituting 20.9% of the entire state population, Jurski highlights that residents over the age of 65 need no identification to register to vote and that “all registration for them is done by mail… In 75% of the assisted living and nursing facilities canvassed, over 50% of the names registered to that facility do not live there. Pure elder abuse,” Stanwell writes.

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