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Did you know that the word hope is not just a singular word but a mere description of emotion? No, it is an extraordinary word that carries a spiritual grace that Adoni (God) gives to his people to control any fears we may have and not oust them.
In fact, in Deuteronomy Chapter 3 verse 22, God’s word states, ” Do not be afraid of your enemies, the Lord your God himself will fight for you.”
The fraudulent election has tipped the Unites States upside down, where Democrats call good evil and evil good.
So far, the 2020 U.S. elections have massive fraud throughout the states and counties. The scam is real, and the liberal media is purposely ignoring it.
Does one wonder why journalists seem to be conspiring and hiding the real existence of Democrat voter fraud?
For Example, let us look at election fraud state by state over the recent years.
These facts the liberal media and their so-called journalistic reporters do not want the public to know about, nor do they report on it.
In Montana, back in 2011, Alan Lloyd Skari was found guilty of Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots; he received a Criminal Conviction.
In summary, Alan Lloyd Skari pleaded guilty to a “limits on voting rights” charge after submitting his ex-wife’s absentee ballot without her permission. He was given a six-month suspended sentence and ordered to pay a $250 fine plus a $35 surcharge.
In Idaho back in 2017, Christopher Billups received a Criminal Conviction for Duplicate Voting.
In summary, Christopher Billups, a 62-year-old man from Lapwai, Idaho, pleaded guilty to voting in Washington and Idaho. Billups was ordered by the court to pay $2,490 in fees for false statements under oath and sentenced to 364 days in jail (later suspended) and one year of probation.
In Idaho back in 2011, Susan Rose Harris Convicted for False Registrations.
In summary, Susan Rose Harris pleaded guilty to charges of illegal registrations (Idaho Code 18-2322) in the 2009 election in Coeur D’Alene. Harris, sentenced to three months’ probation and a $200 fine.
In Idaho back in 2011, Nancy Elaine White was convicted of Diversion Program, False Registrations.
In summary, Nancy White voted in the 2009 Coeur d’Alene city election while residing outside the city limits. She pleaded no contest to charges of “illegal registration by the voter,” a violation of Idaho Code 18-2322. She was fined $200 and required to serve three months’ unsupervised probation.
In Idaho back in 2011, Kay Annette Hansen was convicted of Ineligible Criminal Voting.
In summary, Kay Annette Hansen pleaded guilty to attempting to vote when not qualified or repeat voting. She was placed on probation and required to pay $287.50 in fines and court costs.
In Idaho back in 2011, Richard A. Keane, charged with Diversion Program False Registrations.
In summary, Richard Keane, of Nez Perce County, was charged with perjury, illegal registration, and illegal voting or interference with an election. Keane registered to vote using two addresses (one was an old residence where he no longer resided). He pleaded guilty to illegal registration (a misdemeanor) and was sentenced to one-year unsupervised probation, and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and $87.50 in court costs.
In Idaho back in 2010, Thomas Gordon Stevens charged with Ineligible Criminal Voting.
In summary, Stevens was found guilty of illegal voting or interference with an election and unlawful registration. These charges stem from the primary election in May of 2010. two years’ probation and 180 days in jail, Stevens sentence, later suspended.
In Idaho back in 2009, Walter A. Coiner was Criminal charged with Duplicate Voting.
In summary, Walter A. Coiner pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor voter fraud charge after acknowledging that he tried voting twice in the November 2008 election. He voted by absentee ballot in Twin Falls and in-person over in Ketchum. Coiner was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation, 40 hours of community service, and ordered to pay a $375 fine.
In Idaho back in 2005, William Burl Clayton III., Criminally charged with Ballot Petition Fraud.
In summary, William Burl Clayton III charged with illegally signing an initiative petition concerning the 2004 general election in Bonneville County, Idaho. He was convicted in 2005 and received two years’ probation.
In Idaho back in 2005, Patty Kae McCammon Criminally charged with Ballot Petition Fraud.
In summary, Patty Kae McCammon pleaded guilty to illegally signing an initiative petition concerning the 2004 general election in Bonneville County, Idaho. McCammon sentenced to two years’ probation.
In Idaho back in 2004, Jason Jay Goodson Criminally charged with Ballot Petition Fraud.
Goodson was convicted for falsifying or forging public records and wrongful signing of a ballot petition (a felony charge) connected with the 2004 general election. He was found guilty.
In Washington, back in 2010, Janice Waters, Criminally Convicted of Duplicate Voting, Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots.
In summary, of Marysville, Janice Waters was convicted of illegal registration in the wrong county, absentee ballot fraud, and illegal double voting in the 2008 general election. Waters submitted a ballot for her son, who was a convicted felon and ineligible to vote. Upon questioning, Waters told the County Sheriff’s Office she did not submit her son’s ballot and suspected her mail had been intercepted or misdirected. Forensic scientists analyzed Waters’ signature with the signature on her son’s absentee ballot and concluded she had submitted the form. Waters sentenced to 20 days in jail; sentence later converted to 160 hours of community service.
In the state of Washington, back in 2007, Tina Johnson and Jayson Woods were both Convicted of False Registrations.
In summary, Tina Johnson and Jayson Woods pleaded guilty to eight counts each of registration fraud. Both sentenced to 120 days of jail or 15 days for each count.
In Washington, back in 2007, Kendra Lynn Thill was convicted of Diversion Program, False Registrations.
In summary, Kendra Lynn Thill, a former canvasser for ACORN, pleaded guilty to voter registration fraud committed in the 2006 election. She received a 12-month deferred sentence.
In the state of Washington, back in 2006, Jane Kay Balogh was convicted of Diversion Program and False Registrations, Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots.
In summary, Balogh was found guilty of making false or misleading statements to a public servant and absentee ballot fraud and registration fraud. In 2006, Balogh registered her dog, Duncan, to vote under her address and telephone number and completed and mailed an absentee ballot for him. Balogh claimed she was drawing attention to flaws in the absentee ballot system. She received a one-year deferred sentence and ordered to perform 10 hours of community service and pay court fees of $240.
In the state of Washington back in 2005, Doris McFarland was convicted of the Diversion Program, Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots.
In summary, Doris McFarland’s husband passed away before he could vote in the 2004 election, and Mrs. McFarland decided to cast his absentee ballot. She later admitted to double voting in that year’s election but avoided jail time—McFarland, ordered to pay court fees and a $490 fine.
In the state of Washington, back in 2005, Robert Victor Holmgren was convicted of the Diversion Program, Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots.
In summary, Robert Victor Holmgren cast a ballot for his recently-deceased wife in the 2004 general election. He pleaded guilty to voting twice in an election and ordered to pay $490 in fines and court fees.
Finally, in the state of Washington, back in 2004, Dustin Shane Collings (a.k.a. Dustin, Convicted of Duplicate Voting.
In summary, Dustin S. Collings, identified as a homeless Seattle resident, was convicted of casting two ballots, both using the alias of Dustin Ocoilain, a name that was listed twice on the voter registration rolls.
All of these individuals listed listed as DEMOCRATS!
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