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    [–] McCrae Dowless accused of using revealing document to run elections fraud operation RationalAnon 32 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in politics

    Related to NC Election Fraud
     

    BLADEN COUNTY, N.C. - A document called the Absentee Voter Correspondence List reveals a lot of information, including a voter’s age, political party, name and address.

    However, Jens Lutz, the former vice chairman of the Bladen County Board of Elections, said he’s extremely concerned about allegations against McCrae Dowless, who is accused of using that data to run an elections fraud operation to benefit the Mark Harris campaign during the District 9 Congressional race.

    Lutz said Dowless frequently obtained the report from the Board of Elections that would tell him the date an absentee ballot was sent and whether it had been returned.

    “Armed with this document, one could track an absentee ballot and then just show up and present themselves to collect the ballot,” Lutz told Channel 9.

    Collecting absentee ballots is illegal. They must be mailed to the Board of Elections by the voter or returned by a close relative.
     

    The candidate, Mark Harris, is meeting with state investigators tomorrow - Source

    [–] Trump in Cabinet meeting claims he essentially "fired" Mattis RationalAnon 223 points ago in politics

    [–] Trump urges Romney to be a team player hours after scathing op-ed RationalAnon 270 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in politics

    The irony of calling for ‘Team Players’ when the Felon In Chief can’t even keep staff for more than a few months without them quitting/being fired and telling the world the mess we’re in.

    And, the tweet said “I won big, he didn’t.” Great team player /s

    [–] Under Cover of Shutdown, Trump Admin Quietly Moves to Deprive 'American People of Their Right to Know What Government Is Doing' RationalAnon 3 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in politics

    Critics warn proposed changes to how the Interior Department handles FOIA requests "are designed to facilitate more official stonewalling and delays in producing public records."

    "This is a calculated attempt to shield the Interior Department from scrutiny, to shield it from watchdogs, and to shield it from accountability."

    A proposed new rule filed to the Federal Register on Friday would enable the department—which, along with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has been responsible for pushing through President Donald Trump's widely condemned regulatory rollbacks—to ignore public records requests that officials deem too "unreasonably burdensome."

    The rule would loosen timelines for the agency to fulfill Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests—which journalists, advocacy groups, and others use to attain government records in the name of accountability—and increase requirements for how specific requests must be. Critics of the proposal warn it could jeopardize efforts to keep the public informed about the actions of the administration.