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  • Tina Kotek Wins Oregon Governor Democratic Primary
    by Scottie Barnes on May 18, 2022

    Tina Kotek won the Oregon Democratic gubernatorial primary on May 18. With 84 percent of the precincts reporting at 3:59 a.m. ET, Kotek received 57 percent of the vote, defeating Tobias Reed by 14 percentage points, according to Decision Desk HQ. After two terms in office, Oregon Governor Kate Brown, a progressive Democrat, could seek

  • Sen. Ron Wyden Wins Democratic Primary for Re-Election in Oregon
    by Scottie Barnes on May 18, 2022

    Sen. Ron Wyden (D) won the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate in Oregon, handily defeating two challengers. With 82 percent of the districts reporting at 3:47 a.m. ET, Wyden drew 90 percent of the vote. Meanwhile, Seven Republicans are jostling for a general election shot at the winner of that contest. The race was

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Wins GOP Gubernatorial Primary
    by Allan Stein on May 18, 2022

    EAGLE, Idaho—Incumbent Republican Gov. Brad Little is the projected winner of Idaho’s May 17 primary out of eight candidates. Unofficial election results placed Little far ahead of his two leading Republican opponents, receiving 54 percent of the vote just with 84 percent of counties reporting at 3:35 a.m. May 18. Trump-endorsed incumbent Lt. Gov. Janice

  • US Takes Control of Afghan Embassy, Consulates in New York, California
    by The Associated Press on May 18, 2022

    WASHINGTON—The United States has taken control of Afghanistan’s embassy in Washington and the country’s consulates in New York and Beverly Hills, California, the State Department said Tuesday. The State Department said that it had assumed “sole responsibility” for the security and maintenance of the diplomatic missions effective on Monday and would bar anyone from entering

  • Pennsylvania GOP Senate Race Too Close to Call, Recount Expected
    by Jeff Louderback on May 18, 2022

    For weeks, polls showed that the Pennsylvania GOP U.S. Senate primary was too close to call. Results from primary election day demonstrate that projection was accurate. Though he slipped to third in some recent polls and saw former President Donald Trump endorse celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz in April, hedge fund investor and  U.S. Treasury Dept.

  • Madison Cawthorn Concedes North Carolina Race
    by Jackson Elliott on May 18, 2022

    After a close race, Rep. Madison Cawthorn conceded to Rep. Chuck Edwards in the GOP primary race for North Carolina’s 11th congressional district. The concession announcement happened so suddenly that Cawthorn’s spokesman Luke Ball told reporters that Cawthorn wouldn’t concede even as Cawthorn called Edwards. “While I was out here speaking with you all, Congressman

  • Elon Musk Says He’s Voting Republican in Upcoming Elections
    by Gary Bai on May 18, 2022

    The world’s richest man Elon Musk said on Monday he will be voting for Republicans in upcoming elections. Musk did not elaborate whether he was referring to the upcoming November midterms or the 2024 U.S. presidential election. The Tesla CEO told a Miami tech conference that he will be voting for Republicans despite classifying himself

  • Tennessee Transgender Bathroom Signage Law Struck Down
    by Caden Pearson on May 18, 2022

    A U.S. federal judge has struck down a Tennessee law requiring establishments to notify patrons with signage that transgender people could use the restrooms of their choice. Under the opposed law, businesses were required to post signage, featuring the words: “Notice. This facility maintains a policy of allowing the use of restrooms by either biological

  • Incumbents Prevail in Kentucky US House GOP Primaries
    by John Haughey on May 18, 2022

    Incumbents prevailed across the board in Kentucky’s U.S. House primaries on May 17. In the 1st Congressional District, neither Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) nor Democrat Jimmy Ausbrooks faced primary opponents Tuesday. Comer is a former two-term Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner, 12-year state lawmaker, and gubernatorial candidate. He is the ranking Republican on the House Oversight Committee and

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7/21/21 – Highlight on CItizens Against Political Persecutions recent events…

“Angel Harrelson spoke to The Political War Room about her husband KennethHarrelson, his role in the January 6th Insurrection in DC, the charges he received, as well as the emotional and physical abuse Kenneth has endured.

Read more at the CAPP Website: Click Here to View the Story 




Los Angeles, CA | June 30, 2021: In an unprecedented move, the entire Antrim County, Michigan election lawsuit and investigation team, led by Matt DePerno, ESQ, will present their findings that show proof of fraud and irregularities in the Michigan 2020 presidential election during a fundraising event in Los Angeles, CA hosted by the American Foundation For Civil Liberties & Freedom. The presentation will be the first of its kind and will include evidence submitted to in the election lawsuit from forensic investigation.

Quote from Matt: “We proud to be leading an effort to ensure that no American is disenfranchised by illicit activity, foreign interference, funny business, or even mere negligence” said Matt DePerno, “showing real proof of the magnitude of what took place in Michigan to the American people is essential to having engaged and informed citizens” added DePerno.

Randy Berholtz, Chair of the California Republican Party’s Election Integrity Committee, and Secretary of the State Republican Party will be a featured speaker at the event.

“We are very interested to hear what the Michigan team has found and the impact it may have on the California election” said Berholtz.

The American Foundation For Civil Liberties & Freedom(AFCLF), a trans-partisan civil liberties non-profit, will host the event as a fundraiser for election integrity.

“This groundbreaking live presentation will be an eye opener for so many who have been fed misinformation by the media by democratizing access to truth.   It should empower Americans to speak up, step up, and demand integrity and transparency from their elected officials ” said Christopher Marston, Chairman of AFCLF, “we are excited to host such an important event” added Marston.

The fundraising event will take place Friday, July 9, 2021 from 4:30-7:30 in Los Angeles, CA. Tickets for the event are $100 for Regular Tickets and $250 for VIP, (This is a tax-deductible donation for election integrity efforts).  for more details visit: 

7/20/21 – Fulton County, Georgia is having some massive problems with their elections audit:

“Specifically, the audit team found seven ballot audit tally sheets they say were fabricated to depict phony vote totals. In one example, a batch that contained 59 ballot images for ‘President’ Joe Biden and 42 for ‘former’ President Donald Trump was reported officially as 100 votes for Biden and none at all for Trump.” Read more at the Citizen’s Journal: Click Here to View the Story 



5/30/21 Hospital Being Sued By 100+ Staff Over Forced Vaccinations:

Houston Methodist Hospital is being sued by 117 employees who allege its policy requiring all staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 is unlawful, Yahoo reports the Washington Post reported Saturday. Why it matters: The lawsuit and similar legal challenges “could test whether employers can require employee vaccinations as the country navigates out of a pandemic that has killed nearly 600,000 Americans”.


5/26/21 Michigan School Violates Federal Law for Contending Religious Language in Grad Speech:

A Michigan valedictorian feels the sting when college violated federal law by asking her to remove religious language from her valedictorian speech. Hillsdale High School is facing a formal complaint from it’s own 2021 valedictorian over infringing on her civil rights. How many rights have to be violated before the religious harrassment and exclusion ends?

5/26/21 AZ Secretary of State “Stripped of Duties”:
The Arizona Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs (D) has been relieved of all her duties as of Tuesday 5/25. Hobbs had been publicly criticizing the audit attempts despite calls from concerned Arizona voters and politicians to do so. Yesterday she was stripped of her ability to ‘defend election lawsuits’ by Arizona’s House Appropriations Committee.

As reported by Yahoo News yesterday, “…the duty was transfered “exclusively” to Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R) through the end of the 2023 fiscal year. 

5/25/21 Matt DePerno To Release All Dominion Evidence in MI Case

ANTRIM COUNTY ELECTION CASE: There will be a peaceful protest on 5/26 in Antrim County, Michigan. Election case Lawyer Matt DePerno will be releasing all of his evidence from the audit of the case against Dominion publicly!

Recently this case was dismissed for a second time, making it now possible to go to Appeals court and actually show the evidence to the nation.

5/5/21 Free Speech:
Facebook Board, after months of consideration, decided to continue to ban Former President Trump from their platform, unleashing another blow to free speech, expression, and healthy discourse.    The AFCLA recommends users vote with their values and delete profiles, and setup accounts with
MeWe and Slyde, competing social media platforms that would be pleased to uphold the American values of freedom of expression and speech. 

4/28/21 Election Fraud: Antrim County Michigan Judge approves
new forensic expert witnesses for plaintiff in election fraud lawsuit.

Matt DePerno, PA is heading the case against Dominion and has put together a stack of evidence against Dominion voting system machines. He plans to show in detail how votes were flipped at multiple levels from local to the state level next month.

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