The judge hearing President Trump’s lawsuit on voter fraud in Nevada has not made a decision but he has both sides coming in today and they hope to get finished. The judge claims he wants to come to a quick decision. I don’t know how much more evidence he needs but with all of the assertions made by the Trump team, it should be checked up on.

The Democrats adopted them same policy in Nevada that they used in the other swing states. Flood them with phony ballots and hope no one notices enough cheating to flip the state.

The National Pulse reported:

One such development is that the United States Postal Service (USPS) is “preventing witnesses and whistleblowers from testifying,” concerning wide-scale orders for workers to deliver ballots to nearly 8,000 “undeliverable” addresses. The ballots were later “collected, turned in, and presumably counted.”

“There are multiple key witnesses who are whistleblowers with matching, independent stories supporting these issues, who USPS is trying to obstruct from testifying,” the Nevada GOP notes.

From The Gateway Pundit

The Trump Campaign believes they have a strong case in Nevada.
Democrats used similar tactics they used in other battleground states to flood the system with fake ballots and steal the election from President Trump.

In a recent development, the US Postal Service is PREVENTING witnesses from testifying on the massive voter fraud they witnessed as postal employees.
This is disgusting behavior and should be condemned by EVERY American.

Unless he almost has his mind made up and just wants to hear final pleas by the litigants, I don’t expect a decision before Monday or Tuesday. Once he decides what to rule in the case, he would then have to prescribe a course of action if he agrees with Trump’s legal team.

In other election news, Gov Brian Kemp of Georgia has shifted gears after watching Democrats unpacking suitcases full of ballots in Fulton County after they made the Republicans leave. He now wants a new recount but this time he wants them to match the signatures. But that decision is in the hands of the Secretary of State from Georgia, so don’t count on it.


Steven Ahle

Steven is a syndicated columnist for, The Range and other news websites. He is also an author, whose books can be found on All enjoy a 5 star rating. They are A Walk Through the Willows, Melissa's Song, The Tangled Web, Innocent, The Calculating Corpse and It's All About me.

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