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24 days ago

BREAKING: Trump predicts victory in Georgia, vows to expose fraud in Penn, Wisconsin and Nevada

President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to assure his supporters he will be successful in four key battleground states after issues surrounding alleged election fraud are sorted out.

Noah David Alter
25 days ago

Nevada whistleblower says mail-in signatures were not verified

"I personally witnessed disregard of signature verification as well as other irregularities."

Celine Ryan
a month ago

Alleged irregularities in Nevada and Pennsylvania could call election results into question

Alleged irregularities in Nevada having to do with votes illegally cast and in Pennsylvania over sudden election rule changes could call results in those states into question.

Mia Cathell
a month ago

BREAKING: Project Veritas releases video depicting USPS worker allegedly pledging voter fraud

The carrier said there are always old ballots around with the rest of the unclaimed mail.

The Post Millennial
a month ago

Clark County Nevada election official says he cannot guarantee fraud-free election results

A Clark County election official reportedly stated that he cannot guarantee there isn’t fraud occurring in Nevada voting.

Mia Cathell
a month ago

Trump campaign files suit against Nevada alleging that the dead shouldn't get a vote

The Trump campaign is suing Nevada, alleging that there are nonresidents and dead people voting.

The Post Millennial
3 months ago

WATCH: Doctor tells CNN Trump committed 'negligent homicide' after having indoor rally in Nevada

CNN Analyst Jonathan Reiner appeared on the network with Ana Cabrera on Sunday to say that President Donald Trump's decision to hold an indoor rally in Nevada was 'negligent homicide," noting that much of those who were in attendance were not wearing face masks.

Collin Jones
4 months ago

Christians hold church in casinos as restrictions on worship are tighter than those on gambling

In Las Vegas, where casinos have been allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity while houses of worship are subject to a limit of 50 parishioners, worship was held at a casino.

Libby Emmons

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