The Republicans are doing something about Election Fraud. | Beaufort County Now | Bill Moore looks at what the GOP is doing

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 By Bill Moore

There are many Republicans and Independent Trump Supporters that feel the Party is doing little to address the obvious election frauds that occurred in the 2020 Election. However, that appears to be farthest from the truth.

The fact is the Republican Party is continuing to take steps to ensure what happened in 2020 is not repeated in 2022 or 2024. On the National Level the Party has put a task force together to help better prepare state party officials for the next elections. In North Carolina we should be proud that our State Leader, Michael Whatley, has been asked to chair the task force and train other states in what North Carolina did to minimize fraud and deliver the state to Donald Trump.

What is not being reported except in Conservative papers like the NY Post or the Epoch Times, is the concerted effort State Party elected leaders are taking to minimize or eliminate the issues. In all the following, a bill is at some level working its way through 1 or both houses.

In Arizona legislation has been introduced and passed in at least one level of their Legislature. The legislation targets the following areas:

  • Requires ID proof to accompany an absentee ballot.
  • Eliminates Same day voting.
  • Bans Election officials form sending out absentee ballots that were not requested.
  • Requires mail- ins to be postmarked by the Thursday prior to the election and received by the close of business on Election Day.
  • Makes it a felony for election officials to change dates or deadlines unless authorized by the Courts or the Legislature.
  • Bans private funding for in state elections.

In Michigan there are bills to purge the voting rolls of anyone who has not voted since 2000 and require voters to provide their correct date of birth or face being purged after failing to provide the information after 2 election cycles.

In New Hampshire there is a bill being worked on that would require voters to include their Id number and the last four digits of their social security number on all absentee ballot forms.

Pennsylvania has several bills still in Committee to purge voter rolls from dead or ineligible voters. In addition, they are trying to pass a bill that would eliminate no excuse mail in voting. There are bills in Wisconsin that would make minor changes to the election law.

The greatest number of changes to election law is currently being discussed in Georgia. Both Houses of their Legislature are passing bills that will have to be worked out in committee They include:

  • Voter number or ID on absentee Ballots
  • Use of last four digits of your Social Security number on absentee ballot envelope.
  • Limit number of drop boxes and ban them on Election Day.
  • False signature on absentee ballot if forged would become a felony.
  • Provisional ballots not accepted on Election Day.
  • Replacing Secretary of State as head of the State Election Board with someone appointed by the Legislature.
  • Limiting early voting locations
  • Ballot counting cannot stop until it is complete.
  • Eliminate no excuse absentee balloting.

 

In 2021, despite what is being said, it is obvious that many Republican state legislatures are taking the necessary steps to protect the integrity of the ballot in 2022 and 2024. In my opinion their biggest liability is their inability to share with their membership the steps they are taking to resolve the issues. Perhaps they prefer to wait until the bills become law before they tout them to the electorate. Remember in North Carolina we had major victories in the election. Despite attempts to change the results we

  • Delivered the State to President Trump
  • Elected 8 of 8 State- wide Republican Judges.
  • Elected Republicans to 6 of the 10 Council of State Positions. (an accomplishment that had never been reached before)
  • Won the US Senate Seat
  • Won 8 of 13 House of Representatives Seats
  • Over 60 % of the County Governments are now Republican.

WE need to share this information with fellow Republicans/ Trump supporters as these actions will never be shared by the Establishment Media. One final note. Unlike the Democrats we are a big tent party. This means we do not march in lock step and will on occasion disagree. It was Ronald Reagan that I will paraphrase: If you agree with a candidate or elected official 70% of the time that is your man/woman.

Most Republicans are listening to their membership and together we will make a difference!!!

   


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( March 23rd, 2021 @ 6:45 am )
 
Thank you Bill. I needed this.
Our only election puzzle is how Cooper got back in as Governor. In my opinion it was a combination of fraud and the retarded mind set of the Republican Party to give too much support to Federal Senate Campaigns. So, the party gave to much support to our grand liberal Tillis. This cost us the governorship. Whatley needs to do a little more work at home before he starts helping others.



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