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Author: Ed Naile

A Message to Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub of the Federal Elections Commission

Having read your open letter to President Trump regarding voter fraud in the State of New Hampshire, where I happen to be a legal, domiciled resident, as well as a qualified voter, I offer some simple clarification about NH and voter fraud. First of all, thank you very much for the opportunity to expose your blatant attempt at diversion. I could not have asked for a more opportune time for you to step out in front of an issue you have ignored for so long. As you well know, the first statute you pointed to, RSA 659:34 (I) (e)...

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NH AG’s “Investigations” Leave Something to be Desired

Here is a typical, designed-to-find-nothing, voter fraud investigation the NH AG conducted after the 2010 General Election in NH. This is a requirement of NH and Federal law. It is posted on the NH SoS web site under 2010 Investigations. The NH AG’s Office investigator’s name was Mark Myrdek. The investigation was held on July 7, 2011. The “investigation” centered on a supposed data entry glitch caused by the Durham Clerk who used a “2” instead of a “7” causing the letter sent to same-day-no-I.D. voters to come back as undeliverable. We are supposed to believe the Durham Post...

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What’s That Stuck In Your Hat?

A few thoughts on the Feminazi March on Washington DC. Mostly white, and they probably have some sort of college degree where they were indoctrinated into not being able to think for themselves. It was January and the weather was cold and wet – so we were spared from the sight of them taking their clothes of for more attention. They were promised by their beloved media and professional pollsters that they were going to be winners – not LOSERS. Nothing like having vulgar, hate spewing signs around the poor children they dragged to the event. Lots of trash...

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Trump Takes On Voter Fraud – It’s About To Get Alinsky

With the recent announcement by President Trump, regarding his intention to have a nationwide investigation of voter fraud, New Hampshire voters need to know a few extra details about what that will probably entail. Here is what I think. First of all, President Trump and his investigators will face a withering assault from the opposition party and their friends in the press. We all expect that. Secondly, anyone who supports, publicly, an effort to expose voter fraud will be countered with accusations of racism, voter suppression, etc. The usual Alinsky, isolate, target, ridicule, program. The meat of the issue...

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February 3, 2017 – Guest Contributor Reagan George via The Blue Elephant Being smarter than the Left, and attacking the underpinnings of voter fraud, is the only way to trust our elections again. Since President Trump’s announcement of 3-5 million non-citizens voting in the last election and subsequently calling for an investigation, I have received calls from friends and colleagues asking me if the Virginia Voters Alliance will be involved in the investigation. These questions are premature since the administration has not yet produced any announcements regarding charter, organization, or funding for such an endeavor. Read...

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The Definition of Insanity – New Hampshire Style

Deep in the bowels of the New Hampshire State Constitution is a word, one single word, that the activist NH State Supreme Court used to try and impose a broad-based tax on its citizens – because the NH Legislature will not do it. God Bless our citizen legislature. Behold the word “cherish.” Cherish is the word the NH Supra used back in the early 90’s as an excuse to change education funding from a local obligation to a state controlled spending machine. Many other states were in the process of pulling off this same scheme at the time. Apparently,...

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FBI – Fake Backstabbing Investigations

The current national narrative, usually as fake as any national news lead, is that we have problems with the FBI. Imagine discovering that the FBI was involved in politics, not doing its job of investigating crime and violations of the specific laws under its purview. But wait! I am old enough to remember Watergate. And if my memory serves me still, there was an FBI agent feeding the liberal reporters who were trying to take down the Nixon Administration. Do I come close to describing that event? Another nagging memory I have is regarding Hillary Rodham Clinton using one...

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Michael LaSean Lewis: A “legal” vote thief strikes in Hooksett

I spent about an hour and a half at Hooksett District Court this morning hoping to meet a new friend, Michael LaSean Lewis. We haven’t met in person yet but I know so much about this vote thief, like his birth date 05/14/73. Being a same day registered voter since 7 pm on November 8, in Hooksett, Michael LaSean Lewis is as legitimate a NH voter as you or I, according to the asinine interpretations of our election laws the NH Secretary of State and NH AG’s Office use. His vote counted on November 8. 2016. Here is his/our...

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Democrat with dual citizenship runs for state rep.

What, Democrats can’t find anyone to run in Hillsborough County House District 38?  Enter Democrat and NH voter Bianca Acebron Peco of a post office box in Antrim and who is a dual citizen of Spain. Can this get more complicated? She was a campaign manager for Martha Fuller Clark in 2014: Ms. Peco claims dual citizenship with the US and Spain but it isn’t always clear how that works – especially when you take an oath of office in NH to uphold the NH Constitution should you be elected. Here is a web site with some information: There will be more about Ms. Peco and her desire to be everything to everyone as the fact of her rub for office in NH unfold. I tried to contact Spain for their laws regarding one of their citizens running for office in New Hampshire but they didn’t have a “Press 1 for English” option on the call....

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Sneaky meetings and the Right to Know in Portsmouth

Assistant Mayor of Portsmouth, NH, Jim Splaine, is in a self-created Right to Know jam.  As an advocate for openness in government for as long as New Hampshire has taken the issue seriously, he should know the ropes as well as anyone. Here goes my take on the situation. I have a few years of Right to Know battles under my belt as well. And I have been involved in similar situations. The background: A City police officer let an elderly woman, citizen, taxpayer, of Portsmouth, who was suffering with dementia, put him in her will. This act has caught the entire city of Portsmouth in a tangled web of dirty municipal politics. Recovering from the never ending bad press has been more than difficult. The City Council, clerk, city manager, lawyer for the officer were in a non-public session recently under RSA 91-A discussing a “negotiated end” to the employment of the officer who clearly stepped over the line of decency with regards to self-enrichment from the woman’s estate. And as usual, the officer would walk away with a huge settlement and possibility of no blemish on his official record. This is wrong and it goes on all too often. It makes me sick that punks and weasels who worm their way on to good NH police departments get special treatment when caught and removed. Jim Splaine was...

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