White House Extends It's 'Emergency' Access To Election Databases

Just when you thought it was safe to believe in elections again...

In news that you will definitely not hear from the mainstream media, the White House announced that is extending the national election emergency. What does that mean? Basically, that the federal government is going to have full access to all state elections.

While acknowledging that there has been no evidence of a foreign power altering the outcome of an election (remember the great 'Russia' hoax?), the White House under the guise of a potential foreign threat, is using it to extend the executive order.

"That's the dangers with these emergency declarations" said political analyst Luke Macias, "One of the reasons why the Republican party of Texas prioritized executive overreach and reform this legislative session was to try to prevent things like this from ever happening again."

Unfortunately, it's happening again. Just like in 2020.

"The reality is, that Democrats are scared of the midterms" Macias told KTRH, "They know that likely we're headed to a red wave at this point, and they're going to do everything they can to manipulate the process along the way."

This is why election integrity was the top priority here in Texas, and it also shows why the run away Democrats did everything they could to block it. Election results matter, especially when you can control them.


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