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This is a VERY REAL article. Also, look at the numbers. No matter what TRUMP LOSES! I suppose their are some Attorneys that DON’T WANT TO LOSE THEIR LICENSE over bogus and frivolous lawsuits. That in itself speaks volumes.

The only reason they want to drag this out is because they want those Georgia Senate seats so they can hold Americans hostage. Mitch McConnell in particular doesn’t want to lose his POWER. He doesn’t care about power, or legislation for Republicans nearly as much, as power for HIMSELF.

Power corrupts, and ABSOLUTE power, corrupts ABSOLUTELY!

DON’T BE FOOLED in thinking anything else. To top it all off even Lindsey Graham is saying, Trump, Mitch McConnell and himself, Lindsey Graham, need to create REFERENDUMS and ARTICLES, to CONTROL —>Mail in Ballots, “or there won’t be another Republican in office”. What a load of shit and FEAR MONGERING. We have been voting in Absentee ballots since the Civil War.


Voting by mail can trace its roots to soldiers voting far from home during the Civil War and World War II. By the late 1800s, some states were extending absentee ballots to civilian voters under certain conditions, but it wasn’t until 2000 that Oregon became the first state to move to an all-mail voting system. Here is everything you need to know about the history of absentee voting and vote by mail.

What Does the Constitution Say About Voting?

There is no step-by-step guide to voting in the United States Constitution. Article 1, Section 4 says that it’s up to each state to determine “The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections.” This openness has enabled the voting process in the United States to evolve as the country’s needs have changed.


Open SmartNews and read Lawyers Litigating for Trump Suddenly Remember Their Licenses Are on the Line If They Lie to a Judge here:


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