Election fraud means that new elections in North Carolina

nearvideo North Carolina election Board orders new election in the undecided house race

The North Carolina State Board of elections unanimously voted to race on Thursday for a new election in a contested house that marked fraud by the claims of the ballot paper; Trace Gallagher reported.

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On the roster: election fraud means that new elections in North Carolina is to accumulate Klobuchar horrible boss stories – N. H. poll: 40 percent of GOP voters want a primary fight – Vilsack will not challenge Seriously – love them!!! Bye, Bye!’

Raleigh News & Observer: “After a stunning reversal from Republicans Mark Harris, North Carolina election officials Thursday unanimously approved a new ordered, the choice in the 9. Constituency that has gained national attention, as the last unresolved house race for the election in 2018. The state elections Board’s vote came after four days of testimony about what the Board is its employees as “co-ordinated, unlawful, and clearly resources absentee ballot System” in Bladen and Robeson counties. And it came less than an hour after the surprising announcement of Harris, who had struggled to his apparent victory certified. … The state Board will be Able to dates for a new election in the district by the election workers with the outline of a possible primary and October General elections. A new state law requires a primary election, although legal challenges are to be expected. It is not sure if Harris will run again. [Democrat Dan McCready] already collected more than $500,000 in the direction of a new election.”

State Republicans in a bind – WCNC: “Charlotte-area Republican leaders are now plotting their strategy according to the North Carolina Board of elections decision, a new choice in the 9. Constituency. …Union County GOP Chairman Dan Barry said, in hindsight, was the party in the wrong to push for the certification of the front of the race, the evidence came out. Barry said it is too early to lead potential candidates in the special election”.

“The interfering and unneighborly regulations of some States contrary to the true spirit of the Union, have in different instances, given just cause of umbrage and complaint to others…” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 22

The Atlantic: “In 2012, Lindsay Zanno was on the search for dinosaur fossils in the hills of Eastern Utah, when she found a bone sticking out of the slope. … It took several years … were you ever the right leg of a Tyrannosaurus, a cousin of the famous Tyrannosaurus rex. But at only 170 pounds and six feet long from nose to tail, this new man, the size of the dinosaurs was much smaller than their famous relatives. … His discovery means that 96 million years ago, were in North America, tyrannosaurs still pretty small. Dramatically, the timing of their eventual rise narrowed to a much shorter 15-million-year span. … “This is not to completely solve the mystery of why the tyrannosaurs took over from allosaurs, but like a partial fingerprint at a crime scene, it provides important context and helps rule some theories,’ [Steve Brusatte] says.”

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Trump job performance
Average level of agreement:
from 41.8 percent
The average of the rejection: 54.4 percent
Net Score: -12.6 Points
Change from a week ago: no change
[Average, includes: Fox News: 46% approve – 52% lean; Gallup: 44% approve – 52% not approved; CNN: 42% approve – 54% rejection; IBD: 39% approve – 57% oppose it; Quinnipiac University: 38% approve – 57% oppose it.]

NYT: “Senator Amy Klobuchar was hungry, forkless and lose patience. Aide-de-camp, add on a trip to South Carolina in the year 2008 obtained had a salad for his boss, while dragging your bags through an airport terminal. But once on Board, he delivered the grim news: He had fumbled the plastic Cutlery before reaching the goal, and the team had no forks on such a short flight. What happened next was typical: Ms. Klobuchar berates your helper immediately for the slip-up. What happened next was not: she pulled a comb from her bag and began to eat the salad with… encapsulates the underside of life on the Minnesota-senator team … [M]any of these former aides say, she was just demanding, but often dehumanizing — not just a hard boss in a capital city full of them, but the steward of the work environment, colored by volatility, high-handedness and suspicion.”

Dems team up against Bernie about his attitude towards the Maduro – Political: “Florida Democrats are denouncing democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for refusing to call Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro is a dictator, a politically sensitive issue in the nation’s largest swing state. Sanders would not say whether he as Venezuela’s Assembly leader, Juan Guaidó, as the nation’s interim President, is the position of the United States, and a majority of the Latin American countries of the European countries. Both Sanders’ positions in the hands of play , the President of Trump and the GOP, say Democrats. … Democrats, already alerted that Trump raids with the Venezuelans, who were able to help him terminate the peel-off of an otherwise reliable Democratic voting bloc in a toss-up state, were quick to Sanders’ comments. “He is not the candidate of the Democratic party. He has once again shown that he does not understand this situation,’ Rep. Donna Shalala, a Miami Democrat who represents Venezuelan exile, and told POLITICO.”

Continetti: “Why Kamala Harris can be your own worst enemy” – Free Beacon:”Democrats are looking for someone new to run against President Trump, [Kamala Harris] is characterized from the field. … In these early weeks of what is sure to be a seemingly endless and certainly sharp campaign, Harris has strengths showed both and weaknesses. Her strength is that she seems to be a perfect fit for the current Form of the Democratic party. Their weakness is light-hearted and insouciant manner is sure to be the cause of your distress. … What is Kamala Harris is a strong desire to please and your audience. You don’t want the enemies to your left, no identity-policy remains unchanged. You can’t run as a Prosecutor, the crime is so 1990s, but you can run as brash, bold, and awoke. Their verbal miscues is possible evidence that this latest political fashion not quite fit. She has a habit of unforced errors, and the game is only in the first month.”

UMass Amherst: “With almost 40 percent of likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire say they would welcome a primary Challenger of President Trump, a new poll from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, could be potential problems for the President. Thirty-nine percent of likely Republican voters in the granite state said they believe that President Trump should be challenged, in the year 2020, the primary, according to survey results released today by the UMass poll. … ‘While almost 40 percent of likely Republican voters believe that President Trump should face a primary challenge, almost half of college-educated Republican voters believe that Trump the “prima Ried,” said Tatishe Nteta, associate professor of political science and Director of the UMass poll. … Asked, whether the Miller-would make a report, you reconsider your vote for trump, only 22 percent said it would disrupt their support for trump, when the report comes to the conclusion that Trump conspired with the Russian government, in the election of 2016.”

Hogan attacks RNC for the protection of Trump from the primary battle – Politico: “Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he expects to have a spring trip to New Hampshire as he weighs up to 2020 challenge, Donald Trump and accused the Republican National Committee go to extraordinary lengths to shield the President from a potentially draining the primary school. “In General, you try to be fair, the referee of a process, and I’ve never seen anything like this and I have been involved in the Republican party for most of my life. It is unprecedented. And it is not, in my opinion, the way we go about our policy,’ Hogan, a popular two-term Maryland Governor, said in an interview with POLITICO. “It is very undemocratic and to say, ‘We are, in some cases, a debate that we may not have a primary…”, And the question is, what are you afraid of?’, he added.”

Des Moines Register: “Former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack is not running for the U.S. Senate against Sen. Joni Ernst in the year 2020. Iowa operative Matt Paul confirmed the decision of the Register in the order of the Vilsack Friday. He had played down speculation that he may be the race, but has not sworn off the possibility completely. … The des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa poll this month, a majority of the in — 53 percent — said they have a positive image of Vilsack, who has a long history in public. Vilsack was also United States Secretary of agriculture under President Barack Obama , and is currently the CEO and president of the U.S. Dairy Export Council.”

Steve King’s re-election means more of a headache for the GOP Des Moines Register: “A skeptic rep. Steve King confirmed on Thursday that he has a 10-year term as Iowa’s members of Congress, despite the controversy over his history of harsh comments, including about race and immigration. The Kiron Republican, has been criticized by national and state leaders of his own party, was the Committee’s tasks deprived in Congress and drawn three primary challengers for the 2020 race. In a Thursday taping of Iowa Public Television’s” Iowa Press ” program, host David Yepsen asked him: “Are you sorry for anything you have said?’ The Congressman said: “I have nothing to apologize for, Dave.’ King confirmed that he will stand again in the year 2020, in spite of drawing, the three challengers for the Republican nomination.”

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee wore Confederate army uniforms in college-Yearbook-photo – Tennessean

Zinke spoke a lie, to face the grand jury, the investigators on the casino deal – WaPo

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s concerned about trump in the emergency Declaration – Politically

Cohen is the Senate Intel Committee to testify on Tuesday – WSJ

Historians worry, as Obama ditches precedent, accountability presidential library – NYT

The strange case of Nomiki Konst – Politically

“The President of the United States is declaring a national emergency to honor an applause line in a rally.” – Speaker Nancy Pelosi , said on a conference call with reporters on Friday morning. Pelosi announced that the house votes to try on Tuesday on a resolution to block the president’s emergency Declaration.

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“Thank you for your editorial in social studies education. I’m not an old lady, so I really don’t know what they teach in schools today. I am shocked by my grandchildren, the ignorance about certain things, I thought that all the students have learned. I’m afraid the vote is done by a lot of people, the popularity and personality and not by policy. I doubt if you ask: ‘is the good of America.'” – Jean Farrell, Fleming Island, Florida.

[Ed. Note: I don’t know what you’re thinking that an “old lady”, Mrs Farrell. But you seem to surely be a wise.]

“For my whole life, presidents have been declaring national emergencies, and paying for it with funds that were allocated elsewhere. I don’t see how someone can suddenly find that these wall-building action suddenly more constitutional than any of the previous measures. To build our tax dollars have gone, the boundary walls in a number of other countries and no one said anything. Now someone has the courage to try to protect the citizens that you were elected to serve, and everyone gets all shocked and upset and cries foul. I see a problem and it starts and ends with time limits, with some construction project!” – Brian J. Steiner, Fargo, N. D.

[Ed. Note: I’m not sure how old you are, Mr Steiner, but only twice that I’m aware of that, have an American President re-assigned to congressionally appropriated dollars on domestic projects. Once 9/11 and the other was for the programming of health insurance in the face of the 2009 swine flu outbreak was. In this case, the President asked repeatedly to Fund the Congress in his project, even if both chambers were under his party’s control, and the Congress rejected it and repeated it. The will of the Congress is not ambiguous in any way. It is almost 60 not adopted declarations in total since the law, aimed at reining in presidential encroach on the subject in 1975. The vast majority relate to things such as foreign sanctions, arms supplies, etc. whatever you think can finish this bit of the Imperial, it is at least different than the ones that came before.]

“I have to answer several of the sample citizenship tests, and all 20 questions answered correctly. For a test, I 19 answered correctly. Above average Yes, but what concerns me the most is the one question that I was wrong. The question was Why the colonists fight the British?’ Is one of the correct answers, the British army did not really ‘because in their homes?’ If that was the case, perhaps we would have asked only to leave you! Not ‘taxation without representation’ play a role? Just to say.” – Paul K. Schnier, Shoreham, NY

[Ed. Note: It was a very big deal, in fact, Mr. Schnier. I’ll give you the third Amendment: “No soldier shall, quartered, in time of peace are prescribed in any house without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a way by the law.” The quartering of British soldiers was a great trouble to the colonists. Imagine that you and your family, your home on their farm in Shoreham and British troops marching from Long Island suddenly present themselves at your door. You and your family are forced from their beds and watch helplessly as your house is trashed and the redcoats eat and drink, until all their branches. In the morning, after you Breakfast, stick with a heart on March. You might not be paid back by the country’s main man, maybe you have. You will never forget the degree, in the French and Indian war and the costs, disruptions and frictions, our own revolution created and gave birth to.]

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WJZY: “a Ring video getting a lot of attention, after a little boy, using the home-security and surveillance-to ask the system to help his father find his favorite TV channel. In the video, that gone is now viral, the smart boy from Haslett, Michigan is seen telling his father that he could not find the ‘Kid ‘ channel’ on the TV. So, he went outside to the doorbell, surveillance camera in order to ask his father for help in a funny and cute video, now more than six million times. In the video, the boy called ” Baby Gracie,’ his father explained that his mother was across the street and said he could come home and see ” the young channel.’ To listen the father of the boy is in the video to the foot, as you turn on the TV and use the remote control. “Baby Gracie’ seen to bounce off the screen with an enthusiastic ‘love you! Bye Bye!'”

“Where do you want to get the Republicans to slag the special talent for turning gold? You achieve a choice – “massacre” (the Economist) in 2014, and a year later, what have you to show for other than a further threat to shut down the government?” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writes in the Washington Post on Nov. 5, 2015.

Chris Stirewalt , the politics editor for Fox News. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. FOX News mid-term report in your Inbox every day wants? You can register here.

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