17 states join Texas in the suit against states that violate their own voter laws

Texas is suing Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Wisconsin for changing their election processes immediately before the election and doing so illegally. The lawsuit was described as “ridiculous,” “preposterous,” and bound to fail by the Left. However, we now have 17 states that have joined the lawsuit, along with the President.

Ignore that, let’s see you try!

The lawsuit contends that these states, by violating their own election laws [to enable ballot stuffing], have robbed voters in these 17 states of their rights. The four states in question have disenfranchised the voters of these 17 states.

In addition to Missouri, the other red states pushing for Texas’s court fight are Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Indiana, Louisiana, North Dakota, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

In support of the Texas case, the states filed an amicus brief, known as a friend-of-the-court brief, arguing the justices should review the matter.

“When non-legislative actors in other states encroach on the authority of the ‘legislature thereof’ in that state to administer a presidential election, they threaten the liberty, not just of their own citizens, but of every citizen of the United States who casts a lawful ballot in that election,” the brief read.

Www.independent sentinel.com

Report from Geller Report

TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICT TAKES AWAY 8TH GRADE ASSIGNMENT COMPARING POLICE TO KKK

SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 | FROM BRYAN BRAMMER

Father, help us to maintain justice and to do what is right in Your eyes. Isaiah 56:1

A Texas school district has removed an 8th grade assignment that compared police officers to KKK members and slave owners amid backlash from parents and law enforcement groups.

The social studies assignment, given to students at Cooper Junior High in Wylie, Texas, used a political cartoon to depict five similar scenes: African-American men face down on the ground with their hands restrained behind their backs and a white man’s knee on their neck. Throughout the scenes, the black man says he cannot breathe.

Among the five different white men, one was dressed in a white KKK robe while another resembled Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

After the assignment was posted online by an unidentified eighth-grade teacher, parents immediately filed their complaints with the Wylie Independent School District.

Vice President of the National Fraternal Order of Police Joe Gamaldi sent a letter to Wylie ISD Superintendent David Vinson in August denouncing the assignment.

“I cannot begin to tell you how abhorrent and disturbing this comparison is, but what is more disturbing is that no adult within your school thought better before sending this assignment to children,” Gamaldi wrote.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also condemned the district’s assignment and said the teacher responsible “should be fired.”

Shortly following the public outcry, Wylie ISD issued a statement claiming that the cartoons “are not part of the district’s curriculum resources or documents.”

“We are sorry for any hurt that may have been caused through this lesson. The assignment has been removed, and students will not be expected to complete it,” the statement read.

David Fitzsimmons, the Arizona Daily Star cartoonist who created the image, defending his work.

“I’m impressed the National Fraternal Order of Police is directing its fury at an illustration revealing how our present horrors are mere echoes of our cruel past… Perhaps it requires too much moral courage, or honest clear-eyed reflection, for the National Fraternal Order of Police to funnel their fury at the few racist police officers who disgrace their oath and their badges by disproportionately murdering African-Americans,” Fitzsimmons said.

(Article by Bryan Brammer. Photo Credit: Getty Images.)

False Positives — Wake UP

The CDC admits to mixing together the virus test & antibody test data. 330 state testing sites in Florida got caught misreporting the test data to inflate the numbers. Lots of people report getting positive test reports without taking the test. Add it all together.

reported by Emerald Robinson @Newsmax White House Correspondent

Folks this new surge is a flat out fraud. We are and have been lied to by the CDC and the media and by politicians. I have contacted my Senators and my Congressional Rep., over a week ago, silence. Gov. DeSantis as well, nothing back, silence. Call and email if your state has any surge and find out what they are doing about the false positive test. The only fear I have is of governmental overreach.

Poll from 10 Battleground States: Reports of Trump’s Defeat ‘Greatly Exaggerated’

Poll results released Wednesday by American Principles Project (APP) and SPRY Strategies found that President Donald Trump leads Joe Biden in seven of ten battleground states, with a narrow lead in four of them.

According to the poll, Trump is currently leading Biden in Georgia (49-46 percent); Kentucky (60-34 percent); Michigan (50-45 percent); Montana (52-42 percent); North Carolina (49-46 percent); Pennsylvania (48-47 percent); and Texas (49-45 percent)

The results also indicate Biden is leading Trump in Arizona (49-45 percent); Iowa (48-46 percent); and Wisconsin (46-45 percent).

“It is clear from our polling that the reports of President Trump’s impending electoral doom are greatly exaggerated,” said Terry Schilling, executive director at APP, a nonprofit dedicated to the Constitution. He added:

While the Trump campaign still has much work to do in defining Joe Biden as a feckless enabler of the worst elements of the radical left, the fundamentals of this race are encouraging. While Trump currently trails in some battlegrounds, he also leads in several states where many political pundits have already written him off.

According to APP, the ten states were selected based on their “expected competitiveness” in the general election “in either the presidential race, a U.S. Senate race, or both,” said a press release.

The poll yielded the following results in nine U.S. Senate races:

Arizona: Mark Kelly (D) 48% vs. Martha McSally (R) 41%

Georgia: David Perdue (R) 46% vs. Jon Ossoff (D) 44%

Georgia: (Special): Doug Collins (R) 29%, Matt Lieberman (D) 23%, Kelly Loeffler (R) 19%, Ed Tarver (D) 9%

Iowa: Theresa Greenfield (D) 45%, Joni Ernst (R) 43%

Kentucky: Mitch McConnell (R) 55%, Amy McGrath (D) 33

Michigan: Gary Peters (D) 47%, John James (R) 37%

Montana: Steve Daines (R) 47%, Steve Bullock (D) 44%

North Carolina: Cal Cunningham (D) 40%, Thom Tillis (R) 40%

Texas: John Cornyn (R) 47%, M.J. Hegar (D) 37%

A survey also asked participants about issues such as Black Lives Matter, removing statues and monuments, transgender athletes and medical interventions, online pornography, and Big Tech’s suppression of free speech. Links are provided above to each state’s results.

On hot-button issues, the survey results were also very interesting. Black Lives Matter is very popular, until voters learn what Black Lives Matter actually supports — then it becomes very unpopular. Voters hate the idea of biological males competing against female athletes in women’s sports. They strongly oppose minors being subjected to sex changes or gender conversion therapy. They want to protect kids from online pornography, and they want Big Tech companies to allow free speech and free expression on their platforms. BREITBART NEWS written by Dr. Susan Berry

COVID-19

BREAKING: Sources inside Trump Administration confirm to me that CDC has been misreporting the data for coronavirus to inflate the numbers. @Emerald Robinson

Hopefully we can finally start getting to the truth.