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Subject: Supreme Court Orders Pennsylvania to Separate Late-Arriving Ballots

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07 November 2020
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Supreme Court Orders Pennsylvania to Separate Late-Arriving Ballots –Alito orders that ‘all such ballots, if counted, be counted separately’ | 07 Nov 2020 | U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito late Friday ordered Pennsylvania election officials to segregate and separately count ballots that arrived after Election Day. Alito granted a request by the state’s Republican party to separate mail-in ballots received between 8 p.m. Nov. 3 and 5 p.m. Nov. 6 from those that arrived by 8p.m. Nov. 3, in accordance with state guidance. He ordered that those segregated ballots must be kept “in a secure, safe and sealed container separate from other voted ballots.” The justice, however, did not order the counties to stop counting but instead ordered “all such ballots, if counted, be counted separately.” Alito also directed any responses to the application by 2 p.m. Nov. 7. The Republican Party of Pennsylvania had filed a request earlier on Friday asking the court for an order to log, segregate, and not take any actions over mail-in ballots received after Election Day.
Federal judge rejects GOP effort to delay Nevada ballot count | 06 Nov 2020 | A federal judge on Friday rejected Republican congressional candidates’ lawsuit seeking to change signature verification procedures used for processing ballots in Nevada. Judge Andrew Gordon of the U.S. District Court for Nevada said that the injunction sought by two GOP candidates in Clark County, the most populous county in the state, would needlessly delay the vote counting that has become the subject of national attention in recent days. The lawsuit was touted by the Trump campaign this week amid its effort to cast doubt on the ongoing vote counts in the handful of states that still don’t have a projected winner.
Nevada Republican Party sends criminal referral to DOJ alleging thousands of cases of voter fraud | 05 Nov 2020 | The Nevada Republican Party announced Thursday evening that it has sent a criminal referral to U.S. Attorney General William Barr with allegations that the state had 3,602 cases of voter fraud. The criminal complaint comes as news outlets have yet to announce a projected winner in the race between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, with the Trump campaign and the GOP having already filed multiple unsuccessful legal challenges in the Southwestern state. “Our lawyers just sent a criminal referral to AG Barr regarding at least 3,062 instances of voter fraud,” the Nevada Republican Party wrote in a tweet. “We expect that number to grow substantially. Thousands of individuals have been identified who appear to have violated the law by casting ballots after they moved from NV.” 
Trump Campaign to Name David Bossie to Lead Legal Election Fight – Report | 06 Nov 2020 | President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign is expected to name seasoned conservative operative David Bossie to lead its post-2020 presidential election legal efforts, according to reports. The New York Times, CBS News, and ABC News all reported the development Friday afternoon as the Trump campaign continues to wage legal battles in key battleground states over concerns of voter fraud and inadequate observation of ballot counting in the November 3rd election.
NY postal carrier arrested at Canadian border with 800 pieces of mail, including absentee ballots | 06 Nov 2020 | A Western New York postal carrier was been arrested at the Canadian border after allegedly trying to leave the U.S. with more than 800 pieces of mail in his car, including absentee ballots. The Buffalo News reports federal court documents show Brandon Wilson, a U.S. Postal Service employee assigned to the West Seneca post office, was stopped at the Peace Bridge shortly after 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Authorities found a bin in his trunk containing mail, including three absentee ballots sent out by the Erie County Board of Elections and 106 political mailings. Brendan M. Boone, a special agent for the Postal Service’s Office of Inspector General, filed a criminal complaint alleging Wilson admitted stealing mail from his delivery routes and placing it into his car on at least four instances beginning in September 2020.
GOP Claims Software Error Switched 6,000 Republican Votes to Democratic, Used in 47 Michigan Counties | 06 Nov 2020 | Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and other GOP officials said the fight over the presidential election isn’t over, saying that 47 counties in Michigan may have used software that was detected to have allocated votes to Democrat Joe Biden instead of President Donald Trump in one county. “In Antrim County, ballots were counted for Democrats that were meant for Republicans causing a 6,000-vote swing against our candidates,” Michigan GOP Chairwoman Laura Cox said in a news conference Friday. “The county clerk came forward and said tabulating software glitched and caused a miscalculation of the votes.” Cox added: “Since then, we have now discovered that 47 counties use this same software in the same capacity. Antrim County had to hand count all of the ballots, and these counties that use this software needs to closely examine their results for similar discrepancies.
Fixed ‘computer glitch’ turns losing Republican into a winner in Oakland County | 06 Nov 2020 | (MI) A ‘computer error’ led election officials in Oakland County to hand an upset victory Wednesday to a Democrat, only to switch the win back to an incumbent Republican a day later. In Oakland County’s 15th County Commission District — representing Rochester and Rochester Hills — the initial count gave a 104-vote margin to the Democrat, Melanie Hartman, amounting to a razor-thin majority of 50.08%. That stunned the incumbent, Adam Kochenderfer, giving him a sure sense that he’d lost in a district long deemed a Republican stronghold. “Apparently, there was a technical glitch in Rochester Hills. And so I actually ended up winning by a little over 1,100 votes,” said a chuckling Kochenderfer. The margin was 1,127 votes, to be exact. That gave him a 51.67% share of the total (with 48.23% going to his opponent, Hartman).
Ballot Count Watcher Describes at Least 130,000 Ballots, All for Biden, Arriving in Three Vehicles in Detroit in Dead of Night | 05 Nov 2020 | A woman monitoring the ballot counting in Detroit has asserted that at least 130,000 ballots, all for Joe Biden, were brought to the center in three vehicles at 4 a.m. In the testimonial, originally posted to Facebook Live, Connie Johnson says that people who were there counting ballots throughout the evening were ready to shut down when suddenly a white van, a Chrysler 300 and a Ferarri, pulled up with over 130,000 additional ballots.
Pennsylvania county under scrutiny as judge weighs in on claims ballots were canvassed early, changed – report –The modified ballots are to be sequestered pending further guidance | 03 Nov 2020 | One county in the key swing state of Pennsylvania has already found itself involved in a legal challenge, following claims that it violated the state’s election code by pre-canvassing mail-in ballots prior to Election Day. A federal judge ruled that Montgomery County Board of Election officials need to stop contacting voters who did not submit their ballots correctly, though it is yet to be determined what will happen to ballots that were opened early and changed, as reported by the Bucks County Courier Times on Tuesday. Ballots that were modified must be kept separate from the rest of the group until further notice. The county has been accused of not only starting the pre-canvassing process early — which is against the law — but also giving voters who did not submit their ballots correctly the opportunity to “re-vote,” according to the complaint. That includes people who may have forgotten to sign or place their ballot in the “secrecy envelope,” which are necessary steps in order for their votes to be counted.
Poll Watchers Denied Entry Into Philadelphia Polling Stations – Trump Campaign | 03 Nov 2020 | Certificated poll watchers have been denied entry into polling locations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, according to Mike Roman, the Trump campaign’s director of Election Day operations. In a video posted to Twitter by Will Chamberlain, editor-in-chief of political magazine Human Events, a pair of poll workers appeared to be telling a man that his poll watcher certificate wouldn’t grant him access to the Philadelphia polling place. “I have a citywide watcher’s certificate,” the man can be heard saying in the video. In a follow-up post, Chamberlain identified the man as Gary Feldman, whose certificate stated that it “authorizes the individual to watch in any ward/division in Philadelphia.” Despite presenting the certificate, Feldman was told repeatedly that the document “is not for this location.
USPS Whistleblower in Michigan Claims Higher-Ups Were Engaging in Voter Fraud | 04 Nov 2020 | A United States Postal Service worker on Wednesday told Project Veritas that a supervisor named Johnathan Clarke in Traverse City, Michigan — one of the big swing states this election cycle — potentially engaged in voter fraud. “We were issued a directive this morning to collect any ballots we find in mailboxes, collection boxes, just outgoing mail in general, separate them at the end of the day so that they could hand stamp them with the previous day’s date,” the whistleblower stated. “Today is November 4th for clarification.” Michigan Courts ruled that ballots had to be received by the election clerk before the polls on Election Day, which would mean 8 p.m. eastern time on Tuesday, Nov. 3. According to the whistleblower, the ballots are in “express bags” so they could be sent to the USPS distribution center. 
Two ‘Bomb Threats’ Force Trump Supporters to Move Locations of Detroit Rally; Detroit Police Arrest Trump Unity Bridge Driver, Falsely Accuse Him of Having Two Outstanding Warrants | 06 Nov 2020 | WalkAway founder Brandon Straka and other local Michigan grassroots groups organized a rally to show their support for President Trump in front of the TCF Center in Detroit, where the process of ‘counting’ absentee ballots took place for the past 3 days. Shortly after Trump supporters arrived, they were told by Detroit Police that they had to leave because there was a bomb threat at the TCF Center. The group moved to the Detroit City Hall, where they reorganized and began to show their support for President Trump when they were told to move AGAIN because there was another bomb threat… Avid Trump supporter Scott Hagerstrom was with Rob Cortis, when he arrested. Hagerstrom told us that although the police told them there was a bomb threat at Detroit City Hall, none of the workers inside City Hall were being evacuated.
Trump supporters protest at Arizona voting center while ballots are tallied –Several hundred demonstrators gathered at the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office | 05 Nov 2020 | Supporters of President Trump took to an Arizona elections center Wednesday night to protest the ongoing ballot counting in the state, according to multiple reports. Several hundred demonstrators gathered at the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office, located outside Phoenix. “Count those votes!” they were heard yelling, according to The Arizona Republic. The protests came as the president claimed there were major problems with the voting and ballot counting in the state.
North Carolina Officials Will Not Announce Results Until November 12th – This will Prevent Trump From Reaching 270 | 04 Nov 2020 | For the past sixteen hours, the state of North Carolina sat on their totals. They are not updating the vote and not giving the state to Donald Trump. Late Wednesday afternoon, North Carolina stated they will not announce their results until next week. They will not allow President Trump to get to 270 electoral votes.
‘We Will Be Going to U.S. Supreme Court – We Don’t Want Them to Find Any Votes at 4 in the Morning – Frankly, We Won This’ – President Trump Goes on Offense | 04 Nov 2020 | President Trump spoke with supporters early Wednesday morning at the White House, after the election results came in. Democrats are challenging the results… President Trump correctly called out the media for not calling Georgia or North Carolina. In Pennsylvania, Trump is ahead by nearly 700,000 votes. In Michigan, Trump is ahead by over 300,000 votes. In Wisconsin, Trump is ahead by 120,000 votes.
Trump Jr. calls out 2024 GOP hopefuls for ‘lack of action’ | 05 Nov 2020 | President Trump’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr. on Thursday called out potential 2024 Republican presidential hopefuls for not being supportive enough of his father as votes are counted across the country to determine a White House winner. Trump Jr., who is seen as a potential future political candidate, decried a “total lack of action” from those who may make a run in four years, as the current presidential race comes down to the wire in a handful of battleground states. “They have a perfect platform to show that they’re willing & able to fight but they will cower to the media mob instead,” Trump Jr. tweeted, adding that his father “will fight & they can watch as usual!” The president’s other adult son, Eric Trump, also bemoaned what he viewed as a lack of GOP action to support his father, calling on Republicans to “have some backbone.” “Fight against this fraud. Our voters will never forget you if your [sic] sheep!” he tweeted.
Georgia Senate race between Perdue, Ossoff heads to runoff | 06 Nov 2020 | Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) and Democrat Jon Ossoff are heading to a runoff Senate election. The Associated Press made the call shortly after 10 p.m. EDT. The Senate race in Georgia was left unresolved on Tuesday after neither candidate managed to clear the 50 percent threshold needed to win the election outright. A runoff election is tentatively set for Jan. 5.
Daines fends off challenge to win second Montana Senate term | 04 Nov 2020 | Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.) won a second term in the Senate, defeating Gov. Steve Bullock (D) in one of the most competitive races in the country. The Associated Press called the race for Daines shortly before 2 a.m. ET on Wednesday. Daines’s victory keeps Republicans in control of a seat Democrats had seen as one of their best pick-up opportunities in their quest to gain control of the upper chamber. 
All 4 members of ‘The Squad’ reelected to House | 03 Nov 2020 | All four Democratic congresswomen known as the Squad — Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts — have won reelection, CNN projects. Since taking office in January 2019, the lawmakers, all women of color, have electrified the left’s progressive base and lit up social media, but have also attracted controversy and the ire of President Donald Trump. None of the incumbents faced significant challenges in their first reelection bids this year. Ocasio-Cortez will win reelection to New York’s 14th Congressional District against two challengers, Republican John C. Cummings and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera of the Serve America Movement party, CNN projects.
Donna Shalala, Clinton Cabinet Member, Is Upset in House Re-election Bid | 04 Nov 2020 | Representative Donna E. Shalala, a Democrat who served as President Bill Clinton’s health secretary, narrowly lost her Florida seat to the Republican candidate, Maria Elvira Salazar, on Tuesday, becoming one of the more notable Democratic casualties in the House. In a rematch of their 2018 House race, Ms. Salazar, a former television journalist, will represent Florida’s 27th Congressional District, which includes Miami and surrounding communities in Miami-Dade County… In April, Speaker Nancy Pelosi appointed Ms. Shalala to a commission overseeing the administration of a 2 trillion economic relief program in response to the pandemic. Ms. Shalala’s extensive stock holdings in companies affected by the pandemic quickly became the subject of scrutiny. At the time, Ms. Shalala had said she had sold a number of the stocks in question since she had been elected to Congress, but then faced criticism for not disclosing more than 500 transactions as required by law. She paid a $1,200 fine to the House Ethics Committee in April, The Miami Herald reported. In September, Ms. Shalala was cited for failing to disclose two more stock sales.
GOP newcomer Madison Cawthorn wins North Carolina congressional seat vacated by Mark Meadows | 03 Nov 2020 | Republican newcomer Madison Cawthorn on Tuesday night was called the winner of the U.S. House seat in western North Carolina that was vacated by White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Cawthorn, 25, thus became the youngest person elected to Congress since the late 1700s. The candidate — who first catapulted to GOP stardom after speaking at the Republican National Convention in August, getting up from his wheelchair at one point on stage — defeated incumbent U.S. Rep. Moe Davis, D-N.C., to capture the 11th Congressional District seat, according to The Associated Press, which first called the election results.
Rep. Van Drew, Who Switched to GOP Because of Trump Impeachment, Wins Reelection | 06 Nov 2020 | The former Democrat U.S. representative who switched parties over House Democrats’ impeachment of President Donald Trump won reelection in a tight race in New Jersey, according to new projections. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-N.J.) won another term, outlets including the Associated Press projected on Friday. Van Drew, 67, is a former state lawmaker who won his first term in 2018. He was challenged by Democrat Amy Kennedy, 41, a former public school teacher and the wife of former Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-R.I.). According to the latest results, Van Drew received nearly 160,000 votes, about 15,500 more than Kennedy. Van Drew declared victory on Tuesday with a lead of around 10,000.
NC to delay results after extending voting hours at four locations due to technical issues | 03 Nov 2020 | Election results will be delayed almost an hour in the Tar Heel State after the North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) voted Tuesday to extend hours at four polling locations due to early delays from technical issues. The NCSBE, which oversees more than 2,600 polling sites in the state, moved to extend voting at four locations in three counties by various amounts of time. In North Carolina, polling sites remain open until 7:30 p.m. EST, but with the extensions, the earliest any election results could be released is 8:15 p.m. EST. The Plainview Fire Station polling site in Sampson County saw the longest voting time extension, with the NCSBE giving the site 45 extra minutes, while a second site in the county was given 24 extra minutes.
UVA instructor: ‘Topple the government’ if election ‘worst-case scenario’ happens –The instructor previously tweeted a New York Times article favorable to the Chinese Communist Party. | 03 Nov 2020 | University of Virginia Postdoctoral Fellow David Walsh posted on his personal Twitter feed that Americans need to do more than protest if the “worst-case scenario” happens following Tuesday’s presidential election. “Here’s the thing: if the worst-case scenario happens next week, Americans don’t need to just ‘protest.’ They need to actively try to topple the government,” Walsh tweeted on October 27. According to UVA’s website, Walsh is an instructor in the College of Arts and Sciences and teaches the course “Hateinnany”: Fascism, Antifascism, and the Global Far Right.” Walsh’s Twitter name, “David ‘That’s *DR.* Commie F*ck’ Walsh” commented below his initial posts stating, “Also worth noting that the military has already made it clear that in such a scenario, they’re not going to back Trump.
Facebook Bans Pro-Trump ‘Stop the Steal’; Page Gained Over 350,000 Followers Since Announced Wednesday | 05 Nov 2020 | Facebook has banned the pro-Trump Stop the Steal page started by Women for America First on Wednesday to organize support for an honest count of legal votes in the presidential election. Mother Jones’ Ali Breland reported a statement by Facebook: “NEW: Facebook spokesperson on shutdown of ‘Stop the Steal’ group: ‘In line with the exceptional [aka totalitarian] measures that we are taking during this period of heightened tension, we have removed the Group ‘Stop the Steal,’ which was creating real-world events. The group was organized around the delegitimization of the election process, and [lied and claimed] we saw worrying calls for violence from some members of the group.” Leader Amy Kremer posted about the suspension on Twitter saying, “@Facebook just shut down the @america1stwomen #StoptheSteal group The group wasn’t even 24 hours old and had over 350K members…This is outrageous!”
Facebook Restricts Mark Levin’s Page – the Night Before the Election| 03 Nov 2020 | On Monday, the night before Election Day, Mark Levin tweeted that Facebook has severely limited his reach on his Facebook page. Levin has 1.5 million followers on Facebook and normally has significant reach on anything he posts. He tweeted Monday evening, shortly before the beginning of his nationally syndicated radio show, “Facebook has now placed severe restrictions on my Facebook page on the eve before the election based on an extremely dishonest Politifact review of my link to an accurate story. I will not be intimidated or threatened by Facebook. You can also find my posts on Twitter and Parler.” Newsbusters, a project of the Media Research Center, first picked up the story.
Candace Owens targets Facebook 3rd-party fact-checkers with lawsuit | 06 Nov 2020 | Conservative activist Candace Owens said Thursday that she plans to sue Facebook’s third-party fact-checkers over perceived censorship of her social media posts. “It is time to fact-check the fact-checkers,” Owens said in a video posted to her Twitter account. “I’m going to put these suckers through discovery and figure out what the relationship is that they have with Facebook.” Owens gave an example of an instance that she alleged crossed the line. “Quite literally a doctor gave his opinion about COVID-19, which I shared, and Facebook issued a strike on my account because they said only information that they agree with about COVID-19…was acceptable,” she said.
‘This is my son, Beau, who a lot of you helped elect to the Senate’: Joe confuses his two granddaughters and then introduces one of them as his dead son – and he could be your President in hours… | 03 Nov 2020 | Joe Biden made an embarrassing gaffe during his final pit stop on election day as he introduced his granddaughter Finnegan as his late son Beau Biden, then called her by her cousin Natalie’s name, before finally correctly introducing Natalie as Beau’s daughter to a crowd of supporters in Philadelphia. ‘This is my son, Beau Biden who a lot of you helped elect to the Senate in Delaware,’ he said as he put his arm around Finnegan’s shoulder. He then continued with the slip-up by calling her Natalie and saying she is Beau’s daughter. Natalie, 16, is Beau’s daughter while Finnegan, 20, is actually the daughter of Biden’s other son Hunter. ‘This is my granddaughter, Natalie,’ Biden continued, before saying: ‘No wait, we got the wrong one.’ He then finally put his arm around Natalie’s shoulder, who was standing close by, and said correctly… The latest gaffe from Biden, who suffers from a stutter, came as he addressed a large crowd of supporters in Philadelphia just hours before the polls close.
Job growth stronger than expected in October, unemployment rate slides to 6.9% | 06 Nov 2020 | Employment growth was better than expected in October and the unemployment rate fell sharply even as the U.S. faces the challenge of surging coronavirus cases… The Labor Department reported Friday that nonfarm payrolls increased by 638,000 and the unemployment rate was at 6.9%. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had been looking for a payroll gain of 530,000 and an unemployment rate of 7.7%, a touch lower than the September level of 7.9%. October’s gain was just slightly off the September pace of 672,000.
Mark Meadows tests positive for coronavirus | 06 Nov 2020 | White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has tested positive for the coronavirus, an official familiar with the matter confirmed late Friday. The chief of staff is the latest high-ranking White House official to test positive for the virus. It was not immediately clear when he first tested positive, but he was at Trump campaign headquarters in Arlington, Va., on Tuesday afternoon with dozens of other staffers… Meadows’s diagnosis was first reported by Bloomberg News, which said that campaign aide Nick Trainer had also tested positive. The White House is expected to conduct contact tracing for those in the building who had recent contact with Meadows.
CDC Reveals Hospitals Counted Heart Attacks as COVID-19 Deaths | 27 Oct 2020 | The latest numbers from the CDC reveal hospitals have been counting patients who died from serious preexisting conditions as COVID-19 deaths. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more, as the CDC counts over 51-thousand patients who actually died from heart attacks, as opposed to the coronavirus.
Eta to recharge over warm waters, then make a run at Cuba and southern Florida | 05 Nov 2020 | AccuWeather meteorologists say residents of southern Florida should remain on alert over the coming days as Eta, the storm that ravaged Central America after striking as a deadly Category 4 hurricane, is poised to swing around and head back over the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. From there, the storm will strengthen and chart a wobbly course that will take it over Cuba, then by early next week, it could threaten the Florida Peninsula. Eta could reach hurricane force again on its way toward Cuba, and at this point, AccuWeather meteorologists expect it to approach southern Florida as a tropical storm.
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