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A Nevada judge has agreed to let the Trump campaign present its evidence that fraud and illegalities plagued the state’s election, enough to reverse Joe Biden’s win and set an example for other state challenges.

According to Trump officials, the judge set a Dec. 3 hearing date and is allowing 15 depositions. What’s more, the campaign plans to present its evidence that could result in the rejection of tens of thousands of mail-in ballots in Democratic Clark County, where Biden ballots outnumbered Trump ballots by 91,000 in unofficial results.

“BIG news in Nevada: a Judge has allowed NV Republicans to present findings of widespread voter fraud in a Dec. 3rd hearing. Americans will now hear evidence from those who saw firsthand what happened—a critical step for transparency and remedying illegal ballots. Stay tuned,” White House chief of staff Mark Meadows tweeted.

American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp, one of those heading the Nevada case, told Secrets, “It gives us a real chance, if to do nothing else, to begin to show this historic level of fraud.”

Oddly, there has been a virtual news blackout of the Trump court victory. However, there were major headlines on the state Supreme Court’s certification of Biden’s victory Tuesday.

In its court filing from Nov. 17, the Trump team made several allegations of voter fraud, including votes by nonresidents and the dead.

But its biggest claim was that the signatures on hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots were not verified by human officials, as required by law.

What’s more, they found that officials used a machine to verify signatures, apparently against the rules, and even those machines were plagued with problems.

Schlapp said he is eager to get a chance to show its evidence of fraud and for the campaign to present the thousands of examples of signature machine errors. Since many states require signature verification, that is where the campaign’s fraud investigation is focused.

“The biggest thing which is true in all of these states we’re talking about, including in Georgia, where a third of the ballots were cast in the mail, Nevada, half the ballots were cast in the mail, with no legal signature verification, certainly not in Clark County — that is the big treasure trove of illegal balloting in all of these states,” he said on Fox late Tuesday.

The campaign also has testimony from a blind person who claims somebody else voted for her and that she was barred from voting as a result. And they plan to present evidence that Native Americans were offered bribes of TVs and gas cards for their vote.

“Our filing said we have over 15 individuals and tens of thousands more from mail-in fraud. We have enough to switch the outcome,” Schlapp told us.

Late last night, he revealed the judge’s decision on Sean Hannity’s Fox show.

Schlapp said: “For the first time in this whole tragic story of the 2020 presidential election, a state court has granted Republicans in Nevada, and the Trump campaign, the ability to present their case of widespread illegal balloting and to just depose up to 15 people who know what went down in Clark County in the state of Nevada. So, this is big news — you know, a lot of people in the national media have said, you know, if you have evidence of voter fraud, show it. Well, we have thousands and thousands of examples of real people in real-life instances of voter illegality. And I just think it’s a great step that we’re going to have a chance to present it. A court if we get a fair hearing. I believe the results in Nevada should be switched.”

Author: Paul Bedard

Source: Washington Examiner: Huge court win lets Trump present ballot evidence, could overturn Nevada result

The Trump administration this week plans to set up a border camera to stream the construction of the wall President Trump promised in 2016 and that his administration is delivering on.

Under consideration since top aide Jared Kushner first proposed it in November, the “wall cam” will go live some day this week, said an administration official. It will show the construction of the first 164 miles of the complicated border wall.

“People will see that President Trump is coming through on his promises,” said a top aide.

Another added, “This shows 164 miles of promises kept.”

The wall camera will be on the website of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Kushner and his staff, most recently in charge of the president’s effort to find and build ventilators needed for patients with the coronavirus, have been working on the wall camera for months with the CBP and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers building the wall. They have held weekly meetings to get it ready for this week’s debut.

Key issues included making sure the camera did not show proprietary information, technology, and techniques, especially of contractors. Also at issue was the safety of border agents.

As a result, what people will see is a stream of video with the concerning shots edited out. It will also be from construction taken during daylight hours.

It will be on a loop showing the last 30 days of construction from various sections of the wall.

The administration has built some 164 new miles of border wall, most in areas where the old wall was ineffective. It plans to add another 300 miles this year. The CBP this week said in a fact sheet that it expects to spend $15 billion on 731 total miles.

The wall is one of the president’s top priorities and promises made during the campaign. At recent rallies, supporters still chant, “Build the wall,” and Trump and Kushner were keen on showing the public that construction was taking place.

CBP Border Wall Status Pape… by Paul Bedard on Scribd

Author: Paul Bedard

Source: Washington Examiner: Border wall construction ‘cam’ live this week: ‘164 miles of promises kept’

American taxpayers will get hit with an added tax bill of $10 billion to $23 billion if 2020 Democratic presidential candidates get their way and provide subsidized Obamacare-style health insurance to illegal immigrants, according to a new study.

The Center for Immigration Studies said that it would cost an estimated $4,600 for each of the illegals who do not now have insurance. The immigration reform advocacy group estimated that there are 4.9 million illegal immigrants eligible for the taxpayer-subsidized insurance.

In a separate report also issued today, the group said that immigrants cost far more than native citizens in Medicaid programs. “The average immigrant family created $2,796 in Medicaid costs, compared to $1,983 for the average native family,” said the report.

Remarkably, the costs are even higher for Hispanic immigrant families: $4,411.

Among the promises made by Democrats including Sens. Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, and Elizabeth Warren, the pledge to extend healthcare insurance to illegal immigrants is one of the most controversial.

The report from Steven Camarota, research director at CIS, and associates Karen Zeigler and Jason Richwine, is the first to put a price tag on the promise and called it a “significant burden” on taxpayers.

Currently, illegal immigrants are not allowed to participate in the healthcare exchanges established by the Affordable Care Act and cannot receive the Advanced Premium Tax Credit, the subsidies paid to insurance companies to help low-income people afford coverage, said their report.

The key findings:

  • There are 4.9 million uninsured illegal immigrants with incomes low enough (less than 400% of the poverty threshold) to qualify for subsidies under the ACA.
  • Given their age and income, the average cost of providing an ACA subsidy for an illegal immigrant would be about $4,600 each year.
  • The total cost of providing ACA subsidies to illegal immigrants could be $22.6 billion annually if they all enrolled. The total cost, assuming a more realistic enrollment rate, is $10.4 billion per year.
  • While the overall cost would be large, the average subsidy illegal immigrants would receive is still smaller than the average ACA subsidy. This is primarily because illegal immigrants are a relatively young population.

It ended with a warning that if illegals end up getting taxpayer subsidized healthcare, the next likely group to get it will be temporary workers.

“If there is significant political pressure to provide coverage to people in the country illegally, it seems almost certain that over time pressure will grow to provide healthcare to low-wage guest workers and other “temporary” immigrants as well. The high cost of providing healthcare to less-educated workers who earn modest wages is a reminder that tolerating illegal immigration or allowing such workers into the country legally is likely to create a significant burden for taxpayers,” said the Camarota, Zeigler, and Richwine report.

Author: Paul Bedard

Source: Washington Examiner: 2020 Democrats’ health plan for illegal immigrants to cost $23 billion, $4,600 each

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