Morning Greatness: Nevada Trump Campaign Presents Vote Fraud Evidence in Court

Good Thursday morning.

Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:


  • The president presents the Medal of Freedom to Lou Holtz
  • President Trump participates in a signing ceremony for H.R. 5901, the Information Technology Modernization Centers of Excellence Program Act and an Executive Order Promoting Responsible Use of Artificial Intelligence in Government


Two minutes of hate:

Wednesday night in Staten Island, peaceful protestors gathered after the manager of a bar was arrested for breaking the new CORONAVIRUSLAWS. Officers were guarding the entrance to Mac’s Public House to make sure that no one could patronize the establishment. Shutting down businesses must be what the Democrats who control big cities like New York, think is the proper use of force. I’m old enough to remember when radicals like BLM and Antifa were beating people, looting businesses and blocking traffic in the NYC area without any police intervention. It seems that one group of people, those refusing to shut down their business and destroy their livelihoods and the livelihoods of their employees are treated much differently than violent criminals who loot, beat people up and disrupt traffic. It’s bizzaro world indeed but take note: the state is against you and will use it’s power to defend threats to your life and liberty.

Thursday in Nevada, there will be a hearing showcasing a cornucopia of voter fraud.

Officials said that among the evidence and expert testimony to be presented in Carson City are indications that over 1,500 ballots were cast by dead voters, that 42,248 people voted “multiple times,” data on a huge spike in incomplete voter registrations, and home addresses in temporary RV camps and casinos.

They also plan to present polling that 1% of Nevada voters shown to have voted never did and 2% of those shown to have voted by mail never got a ballot.

Here’s my favorite instance of vote fraud in Nevada:

Testimony under oath could provide evidence for some of the charges laid out in the campaign’s court filings. That includes an allegation that election workers in Clark County were pressured to overlook “irregularities.” That includes a direction to count a signature as matching “so long as at least one letter” looked the same.


The Trump team in Nevada is getting stonewalled on its discovery attempts, including by the Registrar of Voters in Clark County evading service so he doesn’t have to show up and testify under oath. “But Trump campaign officials said Clark County employees locked their doors to prevent Gloria from being served with a subpoena last Wednesday. Gloria then refused to leave his house over the weekend. As of Tuesday afternoon, it’s unclear whether Gloria will be deposed or not.” Clearly, there’s no reason to be suspicious about the election in Nevada.

Barack Obama, the only president in the history of the United States not to leave Washington D.C. after finishing his public service, is getting some heat for criticizing the “Defund the Police” movement. While talking on the idiot platform of Snapchat, Obama declared, “You lost a big audience the minute you say it, which makes it a lot less likely that you’re actually going to get the changes you want done,” Obama said. “The key is deciding, do you want to actually get something done, or do you want to feel good among the people you already agree with?”

What Obama really thinks the key is, is that you have to lie to people about what you want to do to get support because the people you are lying to aren’t interested in your actual radical agenda. Obama isn’t against defunding the police, Obama is against saying you want to defund the police.

The Squad and other radicals were not happy. Omar, Tlaib, among others came out to oppose Obama’s call to conceal their radical intentions with simple platitudes and feel good flim-flam. But Obama is right, he was successful at advancing a very progressive agenda because he obscured his intentions and the sycophant media didn’t call him out.

Election update:

Barr had ‘intense’ meeting with Trump after AG’s interview undercutting voter fraud claims: Sources

Trump Vows to Keep Fighting for Voting Integrity in 45-Minute Facebook Video

Rashida Tlaib rips ‘fake a–‘ voter fraud claims from Michigan witnesses

Pro-Trump attorneys Sidney Powell, Lin Wood urge Georgians not to vote in Senate runoffs without changes

Never Trumpers Go All in for Democrats Against Republicans in Georgia State Runoffs

The left is obsessed with this. Can Trump pardon himself? What’s a preemptive pardon? Experts explain the sweeping power

Republicans cheer on a Trump 2024 run

Lindsey Graham Says Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp ‘Needs To Change The Law Before It’s Too Late’

Oh, now we hear about the voter registration lists? Lawsuit alleges 200K Georgia voters were wrongly purged from registration list

Top Biden economic adviser accused by former employee of mismanagement, retaliation over blog post


Coronavirus news:

Pompeo is hosting holiday parties at the State Department amid coronavirus spikes

LOL. White House Set To Hold As Many As 20 Indoor Christmas Parties Despite Warnings

Couple Reportedly Arrested For Flying After Testing Positive For COVID-19

San Francisco Mayor Attends Indoor Dinner Party, Flouting Her Coronavirus Guidelines

‘Not a Good Fit’: Team Biden Stabs Former MoveOn Chief in the Back

Moderna to test COVID-19 vaccine on children

Disgusting. Daily Beast ripped for tying Gov. Kristi Noem to grandmother’s death over COVID response despite negative test

Barack Obama: I Will Get Coronavirus Vaccine if Dr. Anthony Fauci Says It Is Safe


Protests/riots/Black Lives Matter/crime:

3,800 People Shot in Chicago Through End of November as Violence Spikes 50% From 2019

Seattle protesters say movement is evolving as regular rallies continue unabated

Four arrested Monday during demonstration in Seattle’s Capitol Hill

Judge finds city of Portland in contempt over use of less-lethal munitions during protest


Other morsels:

Seriously, where’s Durham? Trump blasts special counsel Durham for moving too slowly

WOW! Project Veritas’ Alleged CNN Tapes Show Senior VP Suggesting Cubans Like Trump Because They’re ‘Very Attracted To Bullies’

Funeral Home To Pay $250,000 In Settlement For Firing An Employee Who Wanted To Undergo Gender Transition

How Trump’s fury at Silicon Valley fixated on the little-known Section 230

Kentucky mayor falls asleep in White Castle drive-thru, crashes into pole

New monolith found in Atascadero, Calif., on mountain

Threat to remove Chinese firms from Wall Street is now on Trump’s desk

U.S. Women’s Soccer Settles Discrimination Lawsuit, Still Pursuing Higher Pay

Ivanka Trump deposed by DC attorney general in inauguration investigation


And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

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About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

Photo: Donald Trump supporter Jordan Dube wearing a t-shirt reading "Gays for Tucker" (Carlson) stands for a photo while protesting outside Clark County Election Department on November 6, 2020, in North Las Vegas. - President Donald Trump, in his latest effort to discredit vote tallies showing him headed for defeat in the tense US election, warned challenger Joe Biden on November 6 against "wrongfully" claiming the presidency. Three days after the US election in which there was a record turnout of 160 million voters, a winner had yet to be declared. (Photo by Ronda Churchill / AFP) (Photo by RONDA CHURCHILL/AFP via Getty Images)