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Backfire! Michigan Recount Showing Voter Fraud After All… for Hillary

As reported earlier today, Jill Stein’s recount efforts aren’t exactly going so well for Hillary. In Wisconsin it turns out that Trump is not only reaffirmed as the winner, but he actually gained 162 votes. In Pennsylvania, Stein was blocked by a federal judge who called her actions “bordering on irrational”. Now it is being…

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Karma? Comedian Sarah Silverman on Trump’s Election: “This is the Great Depression, our bodies are breaking down with fear and rage”

You’ll remember comedian Sarah Silverman most recently for getting nearly booed off the stage at the DNC for saying she’d “proudly” vote for Hillary, selling out to the Clinton camp but going a step further and reprimanding Sanders supporters for not getting on board, too. It’s kind of pathetic to watch this level of establishment…

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15 Common Sense Reasons to Free Yourself from Politics

by Isaac Davis “Our continued participation in this circus performance we call politics feeds the illusion of its legitimacy.” When even the highest agencies of the law cannot prosecute the political elite for their crimes, and when no mainstream media organization is willing to press for truth on obvious election fraud, it’s naive to expect the…

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Americans: A Conquered People: The New Serfs

As readers know, I have seen some optimism in voters support for Trump and Sanders as neither are members of the corrupt Republican and Democratic political establishments. Members of both political establishments enrich themselves by betraying the American people and serving only the interest of the One Percent. The American people are being driven into…

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Kansas Judge Rules People Don’t Have to Prove They Are US Citizens to Vote Here

According to US District Judge Julie Robinson (above), Kansas’ proof-of-citizenship voting requirement violates a provision of the National Voter Registration Act requiring only “minimal information” to vote. Judge Robinson ruled: “…even if instances of noncitizens voting cause indirect voter disenfranchisement by diluting the votes of citizens, such instances pale in comparison to the number of qualified…

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