And of course there’s no court looking at this. There’s good reason Allan West floated the idea of at least Texas seceding from the union. If Democrat states don’t want a Constitution, law abiding people may secede.
Nevada is among those on the not-United-States-friendly list. The state probably asked for the subpoena for political cover. Pelosi is more likely to let Steve Sisolak off the hook if he’s forced into complying.
Nevada registers everybody with a driver’s license
Regardless whether you are a legal citizen or not. That turned out to be almost 4,000 illegal aliens. Over 6,000 non citizens were registered to vote.
Although like COVID testing there might be some false positives, the numbers are significant enough to warrant further investigation.
Under subpoena, the DMV provided a list of non-citizens who had obtained driver’s licenses. When we compared this detailed information against the county voter records, we discovered that 6,260 non citizens were registered and 3,987 non-citizens HAD VOTED. https://t.co/KfOnqmSohr
— Nevada GOP (@NVGOP) December 12, 2020
Nevada Dems are mum
The state’s Republican party put out a statement: “One of our most basic checks in the electoral process, that this sacred right is limited to those with the privilege and responsibilities of citizenship, was subverted by the DMV. And where are our law enforcement officers? We found this evidence without the help of our Top Cop in Nevada. Attorney General [Aaron] Ford: why are you not investigating voter fraud? You’ve made your position very public saying that you will investigate and prosecute voter fraud. Yet, we have blatant vote-buying, non-citizens receiving and casting ballots, deceased voters, people voting twice, etc., and you choose partisan politics to ignore the hundreds of pages of evidence while continuing the narrative that there was NO fraud.”
Nevada needs rules too
Without rules your Democrat party is going to need to barricade themselves into their ivory towers. Rocks can damage too once the firearms have been removed.
Jesse Binnall, the attorney for the plaintiff, was among the oral arguments from the Texas lawsuit. A witness said memory disks that stored vote totals had numbers changed on them inexplicably overnight.
“What they would do is they would log these disks in and out. Good practice. And the disks had a serial number on them. And numerous times, that disk would be logged out with one vote total on it and logged back in the next morning during the early vote period with a different number on it. Sometimes more, sometimes less,” Binnall noted.