Election Integrity News: “The New York Times Is Very Uncomfortable With Citizen Oversight Of Election”

Summary: This article highlights concerns raised by informed citizens about election oversight, as reported by The New York Times. While the Times portrays these citizens as targeting voter rolls, particularly in Democratic areas, for partisan reasons, the article argues that such scrutiny is necessary to ensure election integrity. It cites examples where legal action was necessary to compel election officials to maintain accurate voter rolls, such as in Los Angeles County and Maine. Additionally, it discusses instances of potential voter fraud, like deceased individuals casting votes, and criticizes the media’s dismissal of these concerns as conspiracy theories. The article asserts that addressing issues with voter rolls is crucial to maintaining trust in the electoral process, and presents the following question: why are the corporate media and their Democrat allies so uncomfortable with citizens who want to make sure their elections are secure?

Published: The Federalist, 03.06.2024

Author(s): Brianna Lyman

Article: “The New York Times Is Very Uncomfortable With Citizen Oversight Of Election”

Link: https://thefederalist.com/2024/03/06/the-new-york-times-is-very-


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