In yesterday's Committee on House Administration Subcommittee on Elections hearing, Democratic Chairman Butterfield made it clear that the hearing's purpose was to support the January 6 Committee and combat disinformation. Ironically, the Chairman himself spread disinformation by citing two discredited allegations: 1) that five people died as a direct result of the January 6th protest, and 2) that Representative Barry Loudermilk had conducted a "reconnaissance" tour of the Capitol with protesters pretending to be constituents.
Ranking Member on the full Committee Rodney Davis pointed out that the Capitol Police had exonerated Representative Loudermilk after an investigation and repeating those claims was itself "disinformation." The Capitol Police Chief J. Thoman Manger wrote in a letter to the Ranking Member Davis,
"There is no evidence that Representative Loudermilk entered the U.S. Capitol with this group on January 5, 2021. We train our officers on being alert for people conducting surveillance or reconnaissance, and we do not consider any of the activities we observed as suspicious."
The debunked and false Steele Dossier that Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, Marc Elias, paid for has resulted in a stunning rebuke from the bipartisan Federal Election Commission:
The Federal Election Commission has fined the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for lying about the funding of the infamous, and discredited, Russian “dossier” used in a smear attempt against Donald Trump weeks before he shocked the world with his 2016 presidential victory.
The election agency said that Clinton and the DNC violated strict rules on describing expenditures of payments funneled to the opposition research firm Fusion GPS through their law firm.Read more
In the face of calls to concede the presidential race, the RNC, President Trump, and his campaign are moving forward with litigation to ensure the integrity of the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.Read more
While the Iowa Caucus debacle played out as a national embarrassment to the Democrat Party, the Nevada caucus also had problems according to Mayor Pete Buttitieg’s campaign:
In the letter [from Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign], a copy of which was obtained by The Nevada Independent, the campaign says that the process of integrating early votes on Caucus Day was “plagued with errors and inconsistencies” and that the campaign had received more than 200 incident reports from precincts around the state, including “a few dozen” relating to how the early vote data was folded in.
Those issues, according to the campaign, include early vote data not being delivered or delivered after the caucus began, early votes not being used to calculate viability or the strength of each preference group, early votes being allocated to the wrong candidate and, in at least one case, early vote data from the wrong precinct being used.Read more
Despite the election being almost three years ago, former Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton restarted her whiny, sore-loser tour Tuesday accusing Republicans of all kinds of election malfeasance. According to The Hill she was inspired to restart her groundless attacks and excuse tour by 2018’s sorest loser Stacey Abrams.
On Tuesday, addressing a group of about 300 people in Washington, Clinton said she was moved back into the spotlight by work done by those such as Stacey Abrams, the Democratic nominee for governor in Georgia in 2018.
Abrams has said that election was stolen from her and formed a voting rights group to combat allegations of suppression at the polls.Read more
Since President Trump has been elected, Democrats have been sore losers in more ways then is possible to count. While Hillary Clinton is legendary for her never-ending list of excuses and people to blame for her loss, liberals continue to push the sore loser envelope in more ways than bitterness. The latest is the effort to pack the Supreme Court. After their unprecedented, and ultimately unsuccessful effort to smear Justice Brett Kavanaugh, liberals are pushing a new idea should they win the Presidency.Read more
In case you missed it last week, Senator Chuck Grassley asked for information regarding a raid on the home of a whistleblower on the Clinton Foundation:Read more
Not content with smearing the character of a good man for being a conservative judge, leading Democrats are now taking to calling for attacks on all Republicans.
First--the one most in the news--former Obama Attorney General Eric Holder said:
Democrat Eric Holder: When Republicans Go Low, "We Kick Them" pic.twitter.com/IJ2Wlxt4FZ— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) October 10, 2018