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Rasmussen Reports Rise in Number of Voters who Believe Election Cheating Happened

There is too much election audit news to even get through this week, but despite a near-total media blackout on this front, here’s something you should know. Big things are now happening in 11 different US states related to audit news. And public opinion has swayed even further as the Democrat Party continues to try to tamp this information down.

We can say with certainty that these are historically “shaky” times for America, because the greatest crime in the history of our nation is being exposed little by little. And the floodgates might open very soon!

As far as public perception goes, we are winning that battle. Two weeks after the November election, Rasmussen Reports found that 47% of American voters believed that cheating had impacted the outcome of the election. Today that number is 51%. That includes 74% of Republican voters and 30% of Democrat voters.

The biggest jump in skepticism was among “Unaffiliated” voters. Back in November, Rasmussen found that 39% of Unaffiliated voters believed the election was fake. Today that number is 51% of Unaffiliated voters. A few months ago, less than half the voting-aged population believed the election was decided by cheating, and today more than half believes it. So much for the Biden team’s “mandate.” This regime is completely delegitimized in the eyes of a majority of the population.

 

As for the audit news, like I said, there’s just too much to get to in a single update. I’ll share what we know from two West Coast(ish) states that you may not have heard about – California and Nevada.

In California, the Santa Barbara News-Press broke a huge story last week. There were 3,000 mail-in ballots cast by students living on-campus in the dorms at UC-Santa Barbara. That seems a bit odd, since all of the dorms at UC-Santa Barbara, and the entire campus for that matter, were completely empty due to California’s COVID lockdowns. Those 3,000 ballots were mailed out to students, and someone filled them all out and returned them, undoubtedly filled out for Joe Biden.

And there’s no chance that the ballots were forwarded to students at their home addresses. It’s a federal felony to forward mail-in ballots, and the Postal Service won’t do it. Therefore, there was massive fraud taking place in California’s 2020 election. An audit needs to take place there, but that likely won’t happen short of a miracle.

Long-time readers know that I firmly believed that California was “in play” for Donald Trump last November. Apparently, the Democrats were worried about that, too. Why else would they bother mass-scale cheating in a blue state like California, which no Republican has won since 1988?

The Nevada situation is a bit complicated. I hope I can explain it adequately, since I’m no expert on Nevada’s state constitutional laws. Nevada has some of the best citizen protections written into its Constitution out of all 50 states, although those protections are rarely used. They have some very specific rights and protections when it comes to petitioning their state government for a redress of grievances.

A non-partisan group of citizens has served Democrat Governor Steve Sisolak, Democrat Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske and Democrat Speaker of the House Jason Frierson with notarized Affidavits of Maladministration. If I’m understanding Nevada law correctly, these elected state officials must respond to the demands of the petitioners, otherwise they’re automatically found guilty of “Maladministration, Treason and Insurrection.” The petitioners are demanding forensic audits of the 2020 election results in five Nevada counties.

Nevada, you’ll remember, is where former Trump administration official Ric Grenell, Townhall’s Kurt Schlichter and other high-powered Trump-supporting attorneys swooped in and uncovered massive election fraud. Tons of dead people voted in Nevada’s election, as well as too many out-of-state people to even count. The case was ultimately dismissed for “lack of standing.” But the evidence that was uncovered still exists, and the Nevada petitioners are using that to serve the Governor and others with Affidavits of Maladministration.

Do the petitioners have any chance of succeeding? I’m not sure, as I’m just not familiar enough with Nevada law to make a guess on that. I do know, however, that the Nevada state officials are compelled under state law to respond to the petitioners through arbitration. They are also compelled by the accusations of Maladministration to either A) carry out a forensic audit in those five counties, or B) convince an arbitration court as to why they are not obligated to follow the Nevada Constitution in this instance. It’s an interesting tactic being deployed by the Nevada petitioners, to say the least, and we should wish them well.

Told you there was a lot of audit info to share! And that doesn’t even touch on what’s happening in Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and of course, Maricopa County in Arizona.


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