Daily Archives: November 11, 2020

Rich Hasen: Trump Needs Three Consecutive Hail Mary Passes

Professor Richard Hasen writes in The Atlantic: Despite the clear math showing that Joe Biden has won the election, President Donald Trump has refused to concede. He has directed his legal team to keep on fighting to try to overturn … Continue reading

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Who Is Hans Von Popofsky?

According to Wikipedia: According to the New Yorker, von Spakovsky has promoted “the myth that Democratic voter fraud is common, and that it helps Democrats win elections”.[5] Von Spakovsky has supported his claims about the extent of voter fraud by … Continue reading

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Henry Olsen: How we can be confident that Trump’s voter fraud claims are baloney

Henry Olsen writes in the Washington Post: Mass voter fraud should be relatively easy to detect, even if it might be difficult to prove. Since we elect presidents through the electoral college, political operatives trying to nefariously produce a victory … Continue reading

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The Voter-Fraud Myth

Jane Mayer writes in the Oct. 22, 2012 New Yorker: [Hans] Von Spakovsky, who frequently appears on Fox News, is the co-author, with the columnist John Fund, of the recent book “Who’s Counting?,” which argues that America is facing an … Continue reading

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Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American Democracy

Law professor Richard L. Hasen writes: “Just hypothetically, Dr. Richman, if you came across the name Carlos Murguia, would you code that as foreign or non-foreign?” It was March 2018, and Dale Ho, who directs the American Civil Liberties Union’s … Continue reading

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