The corporate media attacks anyone who calls out Democrats’ attempts to bend election rules to their favor.
But Donald Trump was right.
And a stunning voter fraud court case just proved Donald Trump’s worst fears.
As Conservative Revival reports:
Arizona is a pivotal state with key House, Senate, and Gubernatorial elections.
The Arizona legislature passed a new election integrity law that would increase confidence in the process and secure the vote by removing infrequent early voters from the list of permanent early voters that get mailed a ballot.
Now the state has an early active voter list.
Democrats tried to sneak a ballot referendum before the voters that would not only overturn the new election integrity law but would also allow for massive voter fraud.
“Titled Proposition 210, the now-failed ballot initiative had the potential to completely overhaul Arizona’s election laws, several of which the state legislature recently passed. The 26-page proposal is very similar to the federal HR 1, the legislation previously introduced by congressional Democrats that would have resulted in a federal takeover of elections,” the Federalist reports.
The Democrat’s ballot measure would have imposed all the tricks Democrats like to sneak into election administration to benefit their candidates such as same day voter registration, eliminating identification requirements when registering to vote and allowing for dangerous ballot harvesting schemes.
“Among the proposed changes to Arizona election law were same-day voter registration, a repealing of ‘Arizona’s ballot harvesting ban,’ and ‘voter registration with minimal identification, such as a pay stub.” Other provisions in the initiative would have disqualified “electors who don’t choose the president selected by Arizona’s presidential election,’ eliminated ‘the 30-day residency requirement in order to vote,” the Federalist added that the ballot measure would make it “harder to cancel voter registrations of inactive voters,’ among others.”
But the Arizona Supreme Court rejected the ballot measure ruling that lower courts did not properly ensure that supporters of the measure collected enough legitimate signatures to qualify for the ballot.
The Arizona Free Enterprise Club– which sued to stop the measure from appearing in the ballot on account of fraudulent signatures – celebrated the decision.
The group’s statement said the court ruling “vindicates what we knew all along: the radical Free and Fair election initiative lacked enough lawful signatures to qualify for the ballot.”
“The other side knew it too, and that is why their lawyers tried to get the court to adopt a rigged methodology to calculate the final number of valid signatures that would sneak their disqualified measure onto the ballot,” the statement concluded.