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Posted 20 March 2016 - 11:11 AM

Before 2009, Engelbrecht was not part of the political process, but after volunteering at the polls during Texas elections, she saw instances of fraud and abuse that she didn't think could go unexposed.

 

Her decision to found her election integrity group would get her multiple visits from a handful of federal government agencies.

 

 

“Ms. Engelbrecht, in the first 20 years of business, did OSHA ever visit your place of business?”

“No sir,” she responded.

“Never once?”

“No sir.”

 

“After you filed the [tax-exempt application for King Street Patriots], OSHA visited then, right?”

“Yes sir.”

 

“In the first 20 years of business did the [Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives] ever come to your business?” Jordan continued.

“No sir.”

“And they came a couple times once you filed your application?”

“Yes sir.”

 

“And in your first 20 years of business, did the IRS ever audit you?”

“No sir.”

“But once you filed your application, they audited you?”

“Many times.”

 

“And in your first 20 years of business, did the FBI ever visit you?”

“No sir.”

“But once you filed your application, did they visit you?”

“Six times.”

 

 

http://www.examiner....ine-engelbrecht

 


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Posted 20 March 2016 - 03:40 PM

Politics is a business, a network of insiders.

 

They run the gambit of influence from the Barbour family in Mississippi, to the Prescott/Bush family of Colorado, Texas to Maine.   Tight circles of interconnected acquaintances who meet at various times, and then convention together depending on political season.

 

This internecine system is why it was not accidental when True The Vote (Catherine Englebrecht) began a group, whose goals were to insure the “scale tipping” would stop, was immediately perceived as a threat and became a target – remember the IRS?

 

You will note the Republicans and the Democrats both benefitted from Englebrecht being stopped from her objectives.  You will note the congressional republican leadership did little to stop it, even though it was a national outrage.  Where is that investigation today?

 

The DC UniParty, as an aggregate, benefited from the Tea Party targeting.  They had to appear outraged, but everyone in/around DC knew the pearl clutching was for national media display only.  Nothing of substance ever came from congressional review, and we even added to their oversight authority by giving Republicans’ control of the senate.

 

 

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Posted 06 April 2016 - 07:47 AM

History Lesson: How Lyndon Johnson 'won' his first election

 

A fantastic, quarter-century old, piece from the New York Times explains the looong tradition of Democrat Party voter fraud in Texas:

 

It has been alleged for years that Johnson captured his Senate seat through fraud, but Mr. Caro goes into great detail to tell how the future President overcame a 20,000-vote deficit to achieve his famous 87-vote victory in the 1948 Democratic runoff primary against a former Governor, Coke Stevenson. A South Texas political boss, George Parr, had manufactured thousands of votes, Mr. Caro found.

 

 

 

http://acahnman.blog...ohnson-won.html


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Posted 23 July 2016 - 03:11 AM

Virginia Supreme Court rules against felon voting rights
 

The Virginia Supreme Court on Friday struck down Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe's executive order that had restored voting rights to released felons.

 

In the 4-3 decision, the court said it "respectfully disagrees" with the governor's claim he had the authority to make such comprehensive reforms to voting laws.

 

McAuliffe had announced earlier this year a plan to give more than 200,000 convicted felons the chance to vote in elections, run for public office and sit on a jury following the successful completion of their sentences.

 

http://www.washingto...article/2597439


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Posted 26 January 2017 - 08:04 AM

Before 2009, Engelbrecht was not part of the political process, but after volunteering at the polls during Texas elections, she saw instances of fraud and abuse that she didn't think could go unexposed.

 

Her decision to found her election integrity group would get her multiple visits from a handful of federal government agencies.

 

 

 

Catherine Engelbrecht: “Voter Fraud is Institutionalized” Here’s How…

 

Catherine Engelbrecht has been the tip of the spear on voting integrity since 2008.  Catherine, along with thousands of other people, was a direct target of the weaponized IRS following the assembly of various Tea Party groups in 2009/2010.  Mrs Engelbrecht has delivered passionate testimony to congress.

 

In addition, Engelbrecht was also illegally singled out for specific investigation by House Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings for her “true the vote” efforts.  Few people know the depth of voter fraud, with as much insight.

 

Engelbrecht said shortly after founding "True to Vote," she was visited by law enforcement agencies and Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), 


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