An Offer NH Shouldn’t Refuse

by Ed Naile

Steve Bannon - 603 dinnerI was at the 603 Alliance dinner the other night when Steve Bannon was the keynote speaker. It was rewarding to see him open up his phone and announce the number of out-of-state voters who tipped the 2016 NH General Election in favor of Crooked Hillary.

He hit the number right on, 6,540 voters established their right to vote in NH by using out of state drivers licenses as identification. Using an out of state license as identification means you are a resident of that state – until you establish a legal domicile here. To date, 5,500 people from other states have yet to change their address to NH. That makes them non-domiciled voters. See: Newburger v. Peterson, NH Supra 1972.

I guess they all quit driving on November 9, 2016.

Steve Bannon called out NH Secretary of State William Gardner while speaking at the 603 Alliance Dinner to investigate the other potential out of state voters who tipped the scales in a Federal Election. He promised to “put his money where his mouth is” and pay for that investigation.

He also stated it was unacceptable to steal primary elections.

As most people know, I have been tracking out of state voters in NH for 17 years and I have said out loud and in print that I believed there are between 5,000 and 8,000 non-domiciled voters tipping Federal elections in NH. The recent investigation into one single day of voting, November 8, 2016, by the Secretary of State bears me out on my low estimate.

I have a suggestion for Mr. Bannon.

Since seeing the 5,500 number the NH SoS came up with this August, I would like to add to the higher number in my old estimate.

I would imagine that with one real, targeted, investigation using existing documents we could come up with another 7,500 out of state voters who participated in the November 8, 2016 election. It wouldn’t take long, and the data is available to certain politically privileged individuals – not average citizens who pay for it.

Mr. Bannon’s timing is perfect, the data is still there, he offered to pay -what does the Secretary of State have to fear. Let’s do it.

Or we could just surrender the Primary to a deserving state that has clean elections and enforceable laws.

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  • Radical Moderate

    “Mr. Bannon’s timing is perfect, the data is still there, he offered to pay -what does the Secretary of State have to fear. Let’s do it.”
    – In addition once that information is revealed, the indictments can start on the individuals that covered up these crimes as well as the co-conspirators.
    We also have to address the issue of out-of-state student voters. If the state colleges fail to cooperate pull their all their federal funding as well as voiding any federal college loan to any college student found to have been voting in NH while being a legal resident of another state.
    Time to play hardball with the Leftist scum.

    • Ed Naile

      Rad man:
      For 17 years CNHT has been documenting the various types of voter fraud. We name names. We chose not to go with statistics but names of the crooks.
      I have been tipped off to the college professors who are politically active and who lie to non-citizen students and organize them to get to the polls.
      It is almost impossible to get a student to help document voter fraud committed by a college employee or professor because the poor kids are financially vested to these fraudsters.
      The closest we got was vote fraudster Chuck Weed out in Keen in 2006 but Orville Fitch wouldn’t investigate or prosecute. It is part of Fitch’s pattern of covering up voter fraud.
      That is documented, to NH’s shame.

      • Radical Moderate

        The truth is that you and CNHT have been the ONLY organized bulwark in NH against vote fraud. This is makes you an especially appealing target for the Leftist vermin.
        I wouldn’t be surprised if you were asked to accept an appointment as a special deputy federal marshal under 28 CFR 0.19 sec(3) during the course of this investigation.
        I wouldn’t be surprised at all.

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      • Nick Martin

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  • sb

    A fantastic offer by Mr. Bannon. What are the odds Mr. Gardner will take him up on it? It just doesn’t seem that anybody in “high places” wants to find out the truth, on either side of the aisle, or it would have been done already.

    • Ed Naile

      That is the hard part.
      This nonsense that you need to define domicile is an excuse to stay the course.
      The people in charge simply want one side to win the next election. That cost the hapless Republicans a US Senate seat with a candidate who didn’t even ask for a recount. Pathetic.
      But the numbers don’t lie.
      at least 5,500 non-domiciled voters flipped the November 8, 2016 election and the Primary was just as bad from what I can tell.
      Bannon’s offer could expose that.

      • sb

        So if Mr. Gardner refuses the offer, do we as citizens have any recourse? Can an investigation still take place?

        • Ed Naile

          NH does not have a new replacement for the US Attorney who resigned right after the election.
          Not that I know of.
          A US Attorney could make NH follow the election laws regarding Federal Elections US Code 52
          Eric Holder caused all kinds of havoc as AG, in the name of Obama socialism.
          A new US Attorney for NH could correct a lot of this.
          Also a civil rights suit against NH for having two, or more, classes of voters.

  • “As most people know, I have been tracking out of state voters in NH for 17 years and I have said out loud and in print that I believed there are between 5,000 and 8,000 non-domiciled voters tipping Federal elections in NH.”

    I’ll fix that for you: You’ve been howling forever about vote fraud on the left, and virtually none of the comparatively few people who have even noticed you has done anything besides laugh at you, including high-level Republicans. (I say “virtually none” because you do manage to attract the interest of paranoiacs like “Radical Moderate,” who is genuinely convinced that indictments will result from the noisy emanations of a fat, unshaven racist — and I mean Bannon, not you.)

    You have yet to ask yourself a serious question: If all of this vote fraud really exists, why are you the only one privy to it? Why has no one in the N.H. Legislature made hay of your data and kicked some lefty butt? New Hampshire is hardly a deep-blue place.

    You keep saying this crap, and you keep being rebuffed. You think you’re some citizen journalist who should be working for the CIA instead of being an old angry fart in a middle of nowhere rural town with an ax to grind (literally). Lacking evidence, you keep making promises of dire consequences to follow. And they never do. You’re like zero for a thousand on this, you and the Loomers and O’Keefes of the world, yet you keep making the same bet.

    So,you have one of two admissions to make:

    1. You’re wrong, and that’s why no one is listening to you. So you do this crap just to be a thorn in people’s side, because that’s the extent of the power you wield.
    2. You actually believe in a widespread long-standing cover-up, and that dozens if not hundreds of people are complicit in it. This would make you mentally ill to a significant extent.

    So you’re wrong on purpose or you’re wrong because you’re unhinged. I mean, you’ve already admitted that your chief mission in life is to ultimately be remembered as a PITA. Kind of a Sophie’s choice if you ask me. (Don’t feel bad. Mr MacDonald here is embarrassing himself in exactly the same way, except that he lies about climate change instead of election fraud.)

    • Ed Naile

      Today I went to the sawmill and picked up some rough sawn 8′ wide pine and built a 4’x8′ bin in the basement for short ends of firewood from the processor.
      Brought in a cord of dry firewood ends.
      Got some rooms ready for new mattresses.
      Looked at big pine I am dropping tomorrow for a well company.
      Wrote a couple articles while eating lunch and taking a break between pickup loads while unloading the wood.
      Put some various sized construction screws into a multi-compartment box.
      Moved all the boards for the new, insulated ceiling in the root cellar.
      Helped the wife feed all the animals.(The mattress delivery guy asked if he could take a selfie with our donkeys? That’s a first.)
      Rounded up a reluctant mini-goat who would not stay in the field.
      Had dinner – just finished watching a movie with Deb – Idris Elba in some shootout sci-fi.
      What did the drunken jogger troll from Boulder Colorado do but make a fool of himself.
      That shouldn’t have taken all day Kevin.

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