The New Hampshire Attorney Generals Office (Dept. of Justice) has reportedly seen the Hollis Police report and the evidence against Democrat candidate Tom Harris that we published here two days ago. Unlike the Hollis Police, they are not going to wait for the next guy they catch.
Do you remember the ConVal education funding lawsuit? From my post back in June of last year: So last week, a single Superior Court Judge decided he was the State’s Education-Czar and implicitly ordered -while, of course, claiming he was doing no such thing- the State to -at a minimum- triple spending on public education …
Vote fraud happens all the time. In New Hampshire (for example), they convince everyone to let out-of-state-tuition paying college kids cast ballots for NH Democrats. Disagreeing is vote suppression. As if the dopey bastards can’t vote by mail back home. Nope, do that here. Or, maybe, you just bribe election officials.
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