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A compilation of quotations on a variety of issues by national, state and regional writers, well-known personalities, just plain everyday people and from various publications collected by the editors of THE ADVANCE.

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'We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end.'

George Orwell, 1984 Mark Andrew Dwyer, writer for American Thinker: What denying election fraud accomplishes.

So, on the one hand, there is plenty of evidence strongly suggesting that the widely observed election fraud took place during the 2020 presidential elections. On the other hand, all we have are assurances of the election fraud–deniers that there was no election fraud, which were later changed to admissions that although election fraud did take place, it wasn't large enough to sway the results. No verifiable facts that would clearly invalidate the specific election fraud allegations were presented to the public as of the time of this writing, while quite a lot of obstruction of investigations, like denials to subject the vote-counting software and hardware to examination by independent experts, took place. Some of this obstruction had all appearances of a cover-up.

Jerome Michaels, journalist for American Thinker: A Supreme Court in hiding is dangerous for our country.

With the 2020 election, there will be grave consequences following the Supreme Court’s insistence on being left alone. Earlier, I focused on the beginning section of the Declaration of Independence, the part saying a just government only exists with the consent of the People through free and fair elections.

The next part of the Declaration has a much darker side which the Supreme Court may bring into play if it stays in its rabbit hole. The Declaration is plain: The People have a duty to overthrow the government if it is not justly based on their collective consent. That duty reaches a critical stage when all the institutions fail them. The Supreme Court may have been our last hope. So far, the justices have utterly failed us.

Leah Barkoukis, online features editor at Perdue responds to leaked call between President and GA Secretary of State.

Earlier on Sunday the Georgia Republican made clear his support of his Senate GOP colleagues in challenging the election.

“You know when I first saw the magnitude of the irregularities back in December, early December, about our November race, I called for the resignation of our secretary of state, I repeatedly called for a special session of the General Assembly to investigate,' Perdue told Fox News' 'Sunday Morning Futures.' 'None of that happened, and so I started calling out that the only thing left for the president is for us to object and I agreed that I would do that.”

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