Republican led legislatures across America were ill-prepared for the potential of widespread voter fraud in the November 2020 election. They allowed crooked Secretaries of State to violate state laws and mail ballot applications to citizens who didn’t request them, while refusing to clean up their voter rolls.

In critical, must-win states, President Trump was leading by a wide margin when suddenly, the counting of absentee ballots shut down. By early morning the following day, Joe Biden, who wasn’t able to draw more than a couple dozen supporters to his rallies and campaigned from his basement, had taken a stunning and unexplainable lead over Trump. Voters across America were outraged when courts refused to review evidence of voter fraud. Big tech bullies silenced Americans who questioned the outcome of the election on their social media platforms. The mainstream media cast aspersions on Trump supporters who dared to question the outcome of the election. Dominon Voting Systems sued whistleblowers like Mellissa Carone, a contract employee they hired to oversee the tabulation process in Michigan and Mike Lindell,  CEO of My Pillow, Fox News hosts Lou Dobbs and Maria Bartiromo, for discussing the possibility of impropriety involving their machines. They sued lawyers Sidney Powell and anyone who suggested their machines needed to be inspected over legitimate suggestion that foul play could have affected the outcome of the election.

In Michigan, lawmakers received hundreds of affidavits from poll challengers and whistleblowers who witnessed fraud. In Antrim County, Constitutional Attorney Matt DePerno found himself battling Michigan’s crooked Secretary of State and their tyrannical Attorney General to get to the bottom of why over 6,000 votes switched from Trump to Biden in a solidly red district. DePerno was able to get a MI judge to allow a team of IT experts to perform a forensic audit on the Dominion machines used to tabulate the votes in Antrim County.

The feckless Repbulican leaders in the House and Senate refused to speak with Attorney Matthew DePerno. The Senate and House Oversight Committees held hearings and collected massive amounts of evidence pointing to voter fraud in Michigan, yet the cowardly Republicans did nothing to demand justice for voters in their state.

Arizona is in the process of wrapping up an election audit that courageous Republican lawmakers fought tooth and nail to have performed. Not surprisingly, the anything but transparent Democrats fought them every step of the way.


Gateway Pundit’s done an incredible job of covering the stunning vote discrepancies in New Hampshire, where a November hand recount in the Rockingham District 7 NH House Race in Windham, found that the Dominion-owned voting machines shorted EVERY REPUBLICAN by roughly 300 votes.

Dominion Voting Systems owns the intellectual property of the AccuVote machines used in New Hampshire.

Republican state legislatures with a backbone in multiple states are beginning to put safeguards in place leading up the November  2022 elections. On Thursday, it was announced that the Florida legislature passed the most sweeping election integrity/voter ID legislation in the nation:

Now, with an almost unanimous vote, the Tennessee legislature has approved a bill that will require a watermark on all absentee ballots.

Epoch Times reports – Senate Bill 1314 passed the Senate in a 27-0 vote on Monday, and the House adopted the state Senate version of the bill on Tuesday in a 92-1 vote.

Gov. Bill Lee, a Republican, is expected to sign the measure.

“I think this bill is to ensure that absentee ballots that go out have an additional security measure,” Republican state Rep. Bruce Griffey said. “Democrats are for secure elections,” Democratic state Rep. Antonio Parkinson added in praising the bill, according to local media. “Don’t get it twisted.”

“All Tennesseans desire secure elections,” noted Republican state Rep. Jerome Moon. “Thank you for a very well thought out, very researched piece of legislation.”

Only one member of the Legislature voted against the bill.

A prior version of the bill required that election officials and commissions could not use private funds for carrying out an election. The amended version that passed in the Legislature was only about adding watermarks.

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