And so it begins…
In the wake of the presidential election, concerns over the safety of our great nation’s borders have been brought to light, as immigration is perhaps one of the most contested issues in today’s political climate.
President Trump implemented strict policies throughout the last four years to protect America, which Joe Biden is expected to loosen.
Come one, come all!
On the night of December 29, up to 400 migrants – mostly from Cuba – forced their way past Mexican immigration and over turnstiles on the Paso del Norte Bridge, seeking to force their way into El Paso, Texas.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Mobile Field Force officers met them in riot gear and used concrete blocks to prevent the surge as many of the migrants chanted “Biden! Biden!” Many of them demanded they be let in.
But with Trump currently in office, that won’t happen.
The migrants with Biden on their minds were met with a recorded message broadcasting over speakers in both English and Spanish warning that any further trouble would be met by force, arrests and prosecution. The message blared until the crowd dispersed, Center for Immigration Studies reports.
Biden has several times promised an amnesty bill, an end to deportations and a reversal of Trump immigration policies during his first 100 days in office, a message which, according to Enrique Valenzuela – head of the Chihuahua State Council for Population and Migration – is spreading like wildfire on social media.
Migrants are expecting to be let in immediately.
“There is the expectation, there is hope and there is enthusiasm in them who believe that with the change of administration comes new measures and that they will immediately enter and there will be new conditions that will allow them to request asylum,” he said in an interview with Mexican newspaper El Sol de Parral.
This isn’t the first occasion of migrants trying to force their way in, and it certainly won’t be the last.
AZ Supreme Court Agrees to Hear GOP Voter Fraud Suit
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal filed by Arizona GOP chairwoman, Dr. Kelli Ward challenging the results in Maricopa County after a lower court dismissed her suit last week
Ward filed a notice of appeal with the state’s highest court late Friday.
The Supreme Court confirmed receipt of the case Monday and said it would decide the matter without oral argument.
The parties were ordered to file simultaneous briefs of no longer than 3,000 words and an appendix with their exhibits by noon Monday.
Last week, the Arizona Republicans were granted a review of 100 random ballots. The results? It showed a three percent average of tainted or invalid ballots.
In Arizona, it turns out that 3% of the votes cast in the 100 count vote sampling were tainted or worse. This would be, if carried forward, approximately 90,000 votes more than we would need to win the State. Now we were granted a much larger sample to work with. Wow!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 2, 2020
President Trump reacted to the news of the tainted ballots on Twitter last week, writing, “In Arizona, it turns out that 3% of the votes cast in the 100 count vote sampling were tainted or worse. This would be, if carried forward, approximately 90,000 votes more than we would need to win the State. Now we were granted a much larger sample to work with. Wow!”
According to Dr. Ward, 2 percent of the ballots studied changed from Trump to Biden.
She told KTAR she would “go to the end to prove” that “President Trump won this election by a landslide in Arizona.
Unlike the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, it appears the highest court in AZ still has a desire to at least appear fair and objective based on its decision to take up this very important case.
A Witness Has Alleged that Voting Machine USB Drives Had Totals Altered Overnight in Nevada
At an evidentiary hearing on Dec. 3., the Trump campaign brought forth a witness that alleges the memory disks used to store vote totals from the election machines used during the early vote period had the vote tallies mysteriously changed overnight.
The witness said the vote tallies were collected each voting day and stored on USB drives overnight.
“What they would do is they would log these disks in and out. Good practice. And the disks had a serial number on them. And numerous times that disk would be logged out with one vote total on it and logged back in the next morning during the early vote period with a different number on it. Sometimes more, sometimes less,” Binnall said.
“What that means is that literally in the dead of night, votes were appearing, and books are disappearing on these machines.”
Binnall said that the USB drives were not encrypted and the voting machineswere not password protected. “And they were hooked up with laptops, then where the laptops themselves could have been compromised,” he added.
The allegation about the vote total alterations was one of several Binnall presented during an evidentiary hearing, the first of its kind for the Trump legal team’s six-state post-election effort.
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At the core of the election challenge in Nevada are several batches of ballots that the Trump campaign alleges were either cast, processed, or counted illegally, including roughly 40,000 voters who allegedly voted twice. The campaign is also arguing that the signatures on more than 130,000 ballots were verified solely by a machine in contravention of Nevada’s election law.
At this point it seems that no amount of evidence will convince a Democrat or main stream media that there was voter fraud.
Full story here.