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.
Quotes for our Times:
Jay Valentine, journalist for American Thinker: The Sovereign Crime of Industrial Scale Vote Fraud.
Yes, we can deploy that technology today. We have done it in the insurance industry for decades.
We can predict where election fraud is going to happen. We can predict how it is going to be done. We can deploy technologies to identify likely fraud within seconds of when it happens.
The question is, if the government is pretty much in on the election fraud, does it really matter?
Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Townhall.com:
Trump lobbed this election violation claim… and it just got vindicated in Michigan.
The Michigan courts ruled that Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson overstepped her authority when she issued unilateral changes for absentee ballots in the state. It all centered on voter signature verification. If she wanted to do that, she was going to have to get the state legislature’s approval. There was a reason why she didn’t pursue this route: Michigan’s state legislature is majority Republican. So, she took this for a spin, and it worked. The Trump campaign’s claim was vindicated, but the damage is done.
Katie Pavlich, Editor of Townhall.com: The Washington Post story about Trump 'pressuring' Georgia election officials was total garbage.
So, what happened? Instead of attributing quotes with audio back up, the paper took the word of an anonymous source about what Trump said. Now, a new audio recording of the call has surfaced and shows Trump never pressured the election official.
Vince Coyner, writer for American Thinker: Why election integrity matters.
With H.R. 1, the Democrats are disemboweling election integrity, sullying the sanctity of the voting booth and, most importantly, undermining Americans’ confidence that they control their own government and, by extension, their own destinies. The Constitution works only because people have confidence in its workings and their role in it. It’s that confidence that has bound Americans as one people and fostered an extraordinary nation for two centuries. It would be tragic — albeit predictable — if Democrat schemes pretending to strengthen election integrity resulted in just the opposite and in doing so undermined the very ties that bind the nation together in the first place.
Loyd Pettegrew and Jim McCoy, writers for American Thinker: Conservatives: Stop whining and take action.
Republicans in every state deserve elected officials who represent our conservativism and patriotic values. RINOs betray this trust. Conservatives must demand candidates who will faithfully represent them in Congress — not the bonfire of vanity from self-serving politicians who turn their backs on their electorate.
Keeping RINOs in office only promotes the liberal agenda. We must help them find another line of work!