Additional Voter Fraud Proof for FEC Commissioner Weintraub Filed With FEC

FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub keeps demanding proof of voter fraud from President Trump. Project Veritas Action has provided significant video evidence of voter fraud and even filed an official FEC complaint against the Clinton presidential campaign, the DNC and other parties regarding voter fraud and many other election irregularities.

To date, the FEC hasn’t acted on the initial complaint. Yesterday, PVA attorney Ben Barr filed a supplement containing additional evidence to the FEC. Afterwards, one of our journalists confronted Commissioner Weintraub at an event and questioned her about it.

Commissioner Weintraub, quit grandstanding and actually investigate the voter fraud evidence we have presented to you on a silver platter.

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Media BiASSed: Moonbat’s in Action…

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Nets Demand Evidence 123 Times, Scold Nunes for Giving It

When President Trump made his claim that President Obama “wiretapped” Trump Tower during the presidential campaign, the media demanded evidence. Since Trump’s initial tweet on March 4, the evening news shows of ABC, CBS and NBC have called on the White House to provide more evidence a grand total of 123 times.

After New Surveillance Claims, Partisan Nets Instead Whine Over Trump’s ‘Baseless’ ‘Fiction’

In the wake of explosive new claims from Congressman Devin Nunes that Donald Trump and aides were surveilled during the presidential transition, the partisan networks on Thursday circled back to focus on the President’s “baseless,” “false,” “fictional” Tweets. ABC, CBS and NBC also questioned the credibility of the House chairman who brought the information to the President.

NBC’s Lauer Hopes Russia Investigation Will ‘Mortally Wound’ Trump Administration

During an interview with Senator John McCain on Thursday’s

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The Crew – Plivates, Ultraman, and Cannibals

It’s the Crew + Olivia!! ALSO OUR FIRST VIDEO EPISODE!!! The crew kicks off with Underwear Talk. Spoiled Rich Kid’s sister, Veronica stops by. Tim locates an elusive 12 – Wait – BOOM! Caleb and Josh get exposed to the horrors of 70’s kids shows. And Freight issues an executive order.

Also in this episode: Veronica reveals some scandalous news about Gliffrey. Tim tasks his youngest child with creating a spotify playlist of alcohol songs. Baby Caleb goes to see Uncle Tim sing karaoke. Tim breaks down the Poddy Family Tree. And the gang goes all intervention on each other.

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Comfort with a Price

Watch comedian and Australia’s Got Talent finalist Ben Price do some hilarious impressions of Tom Cruise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Shrek, and many others. It includes a special message by bestselling author and TV cohost Ray Comfort. This is an entertaining and inspirational video for the whole family.

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Kansas Supreme Court Rules That a Reclined Car Seat Is Suspicious Behavior & Can Be Used by Police as a Justification for Warrantless Searches

Image result for sitting gangster in your carTOPEKA, Kan. — Declaring that motorists who recline their car seats are guilty of suspicious behavior, the Kansas Supreme Court has given police the green light to carry out warrantless searches of cars in which the seats are in a reclined position and plastic baggies are visible. The ruling in State v. Howard follows in the wake of other court rulings in recent years upholding warrantless searches and seizures by police for such “suspicious” behavior as having acne scars, driving with a stiff upright posture, having car windows that are too heavily tinted, driving too fast, driving too slow, failing to maintain speed, following too closely, improper lane changes, distracted driving, screeching a car’s tires, leaving a parked car door open for too long, avoiding a traffic light by driving through a parking lot, driving near a bar or on a road that has large amounts of drunk driving, driving a certain make of car (Mercedes, Grand Prix and Hummers are among the most ticketed vehicles), having anything dangling from the rearview mirror (air fresheners, handicap parking permits, troll transponders or rosaries), or displaying pro-police bumper stickers.

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“Drivers should beware. At a time when police can do no wrong—at least in the eyes of the courts, police unions and politicians dependent on their voteImage result for sleeping in cars—‘we the people’ are at a severe disadvantage,” said constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute and author of Battlefield America: The War on the American People. “As Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas warned almost 50 years ago, ‘If the individual is no longer to be sovereign, if the police can pick him up whenever they do not like the cut of his jib, if they can ‘seize’ and ‘search’ him in their discretion, we enter a new regime.’ We have, indeed, entered a new regime and it’s called a police state.”

The case arose in 2011, when police stopped Cameron Howard for allegedly avoiding a traffic light by pulling through a gas station parking lot. Upon approaching the stopped vehicle, the police officer noticed that the passenger seat—occupied by Howard’s pregnant companion—was in a reclined position. After ordering Howard out of the vehicle, the officer also noted the presence in the car of an empty plastic baggie with a ripped-off corner. A warrantless search of the car revealed a firearm concealed under a floor mat. According to the Kansas Supreme Court, “the officer’s training and experience that led him to know people regularly package drugs utilizing twisted off corners of clear plastic baggies.” Combined with the reclined seat, the majority concluded that “Officer Loughman made the reasonable inference that the passenger’s reclined seat was an attempt to conceal something from his view.” Howard was subsequently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, even though he had legally purchased the firearm after undergoing a federal background check.

is-it-illegal-to-sleep-in-your-car-oneAt trial, Howard’s attorneys argued that the warrantless search of the vehicle violated the Fourth Amendment because the police lacked probable cause to believe the vehicle contained contraband. The trial court convicted Howard for possessing the pistol, which the Court of Appeals and the Kansas Supreme Court later affirmed. In a strongly-worded dissent, Justice Eric S. Rosen pointed out that a reclined seat shows only that the pregnant passenger wanted to make herself more comfortable, noting that police and courts too often label this kind of innocent conduct as a “furtive movement” indicating an effort to hide something incriminating and justifying a search.

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