“Only the dead have seen the end of war.” -- Plato

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While many Americans are aware that elections haven’t exactly been fair, Sara Gonzales has put in the time to figure out exactly why that is.

Gonzales took a trip down to Michigan to find out for her latest Blaze Originals documentary, "Voter Fraud: Exposed," in which she looked into voter fraud in the state alongside Charlie LeDuff.

In a groundbreaking announcement made last Friday in Detroit, Michigan, Lara Trump, the co-chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), revealed plans to build a formidable watchdog army. This force will be tasked with safeguarding the integrity of our elections this coming November.

“Our other top priority is election integrity,” said Lara Trump. “If we don’t have free, fair, and transparent elections, nothing else matters. That is our goal at the RNC. Every single person in this country, regardless of how you vote, should want free and fair elections.”

"Dilbert" creator and author Scott Adams asks this question about voting machines. 

"What's the point of voting machines? Do they make things more secure? No, it's less secure. Does it give you results faster? No, it does not. Does it reduce your cost? Obviously not, paper is pretty cheap. Either way, when you're using the voting machines, it still needs paper. You don't even save paper most of the time," he said. 

"Given all of these complaints from Puerto Rico, can you tell me why we have them?"

The Biden administration is making plans to announce one of the largest immigration relief programs in recent history, developing a policy that would offer legal status to hundreds of thousands of immigrants living in the country without proper documents, four people familiar with the plans told CBS News.

Republicans have prioritized election integrity this year with new laws, lawsuits, and congressional investigative subpoenas ahead of the November general election. And they have already scored some wins against Democratic-led jurisdictions.

The multifaceted approach in 2024 contrasts with the GOP strategy four years ago that mostly focused on litigation only.

Jesse Morgan drove a tractor trailer for a contractor working for the U.S. Postal Service. Shortly after the 2020 election, Morgan made these claims at a press conference held by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society:

It seems there is nothing Joe Biden won’t do to secure his 2024 victory. Many have accused him of trying to influence the election with four criminal prosecutions against Donald Trump. But that seems to be just the tip of the iceberg.

Democrats tried to pass sweeping legislation a few years ago that would have destroyed our democratic process. It failed, thanks to a few moderates in the Senate.

In a significant development, four Bridgeport, Connecticut residents have been charged with illegal possession of absentee ballots and other election-related crimes stemming from the 2019 mayoral primary. The charges, announced by Chief State’s Attorney Patrick J. Griffin, follow an extensive investigation into election misconduct.