MORE FRAUD: New Hampshire Voters Receive Fake Ballots in the Mail with Personal Note — Republican Attorney General Issues Warning

New Hampshire voters are receiving fake ballots in the mail with personal notes attached.
The letter encourages New Hampshire voters to turn in the bogus document.

From a TGP reader in New Hampshire:

I just thought I would let my favorite news people know New Hampshire residents are receiving unrequested absentee ballots with a handwritten note in the mail. The NH attorney general did put a Facebook post about it up saying they are fake.

Thank you,
Y. A.

Republican New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald released this statement on Friday.

Voter Alert: Unidentified Mailers Containing Absentee Ballot Application Forms

Concord, NH – Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald issues the following alert to New Hampshire voters.

The Attorney General’s Office has been notified that some New Hampshire residents have received unidentified mailers containing an absentee ballot application form with an allegedly hand written note. The message on the note states, “You are needed please fill this out and mail it in.” The mailer also contains a return envelope with the recipient’s town or city clerk in the address block.

An example of this unidentified mailer is attached. State law requires that a mailing such as this contain the identity of the entity mailing and distributing the form. No such identification accompanies the attached mailer.

The Attorney General’s Office has received inquiries from election officials and voters regarding this mailer. Voters should be aware that these unidentified mailers have not been sent by New Hampshire town or city clerks. These unidentified mailers have not been sent by any State agency.

Voters receiving this unidentified mailer who have already requested and/or submitted an absentee ballot need not complete another absentee ballot application form. Voters can check the status of their absentee ballot here: https://app.sos.nh.gov/Public/AbsenteeBallot.aspx.

Voters can find the contact information for their local town or city clerk here: https://app.sos.nh.gov/Public/Reports.aspx.

Information about absentee ballots can be found here: https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/absentee-ballots/.

Voters are reminded that the Attorney General’s Office and Secretary of State’s Office are the official resources available to all New Hampshire voters and election officials for guidance and assistance regarding election related issues or concerns ahead of the General Election on November 3, 2020.

Voters with questions or concerns are urged to contact the Attorney General’s Election hotline: 1-866-868-3703 (1-866-VOTER03). In the event a caller receives voicemail, the caller should leave a message. Attorneys in the office will address each message received. Inquiries and complaints may also be submitted via email at electionlaw@doj.nh.gov.

Example of Unidentified Mailer Portable Document Format Symbol

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Three Miami football players remain from 2017 ACC Championship Game – Canes Warning

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Elon Musk's 'Starman': a stunt that's so worthwhile – New York Post

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Israel Adesanya confident he squashes Weidman in one round: ‘I already have him figured out’ – MMA Mania

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Leftist mayoral candidate wore skirt honoring brutal communist dictators

A Portland, Oregon, mayoral candidate was seen wearing a skirt featuring the faces of communist leaders responsible for the deaths of millions of people.

Communist dictators Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin can be seen on the skirt, along with the murderous Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara.

The leftist candidate, Sarah Iannarone, leads incumbent Democratic Mayor Ted Wheeler by as many as 11 percentage points, according to Willamette Week.

Journalist Andy Ngo tweeted out a picture of Iannarone wearing the skirt on Monday.

Ngo then added that the campaign director for Sarah Iannarone, Gregory McKelvey, openly admitted to being a communist.

In addition to that, Iannarone has declared “I am Antifa,” referring to the group responsible for much of the rioting and looting that scorched across the country over the past several months.

The regimes of the three leaders featured on the mayoral candidate’s skirt resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of people.

Each one was uniquely brutal in his own way.

Once a prominent member of Fidel Castro’s communist regime in Cuba, Che Guevara is revered by many American socialists, apparently including Iannarone, as a heroic figure that resembles rebellion and revolution (sentiments that continue to grow increasingly popular along with the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement).

All of this reverence for Guevara is in spite of the fact that he was an authoritarian mass murderer.

As the man in charge of the infamous La Cabaña prison, Guevara oversaw the murderous executions of hundreds of political prisoners, according to an article from the Independent Institute published in 2005.

R.J. Rummel, a widely respected historian from the University of Hawaii known for studying “democide,” the killing of people by their own government, has reported that studies estimate Castro’s regime killed somewhere between 35,000 to 141,000 people, according to the Miami Herald.

Stalin and his regime in the Soviet Union were even worse than that of Guevara and Castro.

“No fewer than 20 million Soviet citizens were put to death by the regime or died as a direct result of its repressive policies,” author David Satter wrote in a 2017 Wall Street Journal article.

Stanford News points out that Stalin oversaw the genocide of the kulaks, a Soviet social class made up of higher-income farmers.

The communists in the Soviet Union, such as Stalin, viewed the kulaks as “oppressors” due to their higher levels of economic success.

This sort of rhetoric is similar to that of the modern-day American socialists who claim that the wealthy and more economically advantaged are automatically evil oppressors.

Arguably the worst of all of these figures displayed on the mayoral candidate’s skirt is Mao Zedong.

From 1958 to 1962, Mao’s “Great Leap Forward” policy resulted in the deaths of up to 45 million people, The Washington Post noted.

Mao herded villagers into people’s communes and took away their work, homes and land, all in the hopes of creating a collectivist communist utopia.

Tens of millions died of starvation and between two and three million victims were tortured to death for minor infractions, such as stealing food.

In total, Mao’s regime caused the biggest mass murder in the history of the world, according to The Post.

Although a few stories have been published covering Iannarone’s skirt, the level of outrage surrounding it has been relatively minimal.

Imagine if a politician wore a similar article of clothing featuring Adolf Hitler or Benito Mussolini.

Mao, Stalin and Guevara all get a pass from the left because they promoted socialism.

Leftists supporting and defending these murderers want America to be remade to look like these leaders’ countries.

Apparently, leftists like Iannarone are either completely ignorant of these evils or they simply don’t care.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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Djokovic senses opportunity against Nadal

October 9, 2020

PARIS (Reuters) – Novak Djokovic has suffered more than his fair share of heartache against Rafael Nadal at the French Open but Sunday’s final offers him a chance to dethrone the claycourt king.

The 33-year-old Serb leads their extraordinary rivalry 29-26 but Nadal has won six of their seven clashes at Roland Garros, including the 2012 and 2014 finals.

Djokovic won their last encounter on the Parisian clay, however, in the 2015 quarter-finals and believes Sunday’s final offers him an opportunity to get the better of the Spaniard again even if it he says playing Nadal on clay remains the toughest challenge in tennis.

“Obviously the conditions are different than the ones that we are used to playing in May and June,” Djokovic told reporters after beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in five sets on Friday.

“I think that could be a better chance for me, obviously the ball not bouncing as high over the shoulder as he likes it usually. I mean, look, regardless of the conditions, he’s still

there, he’s Rafa, he’s in the finals, we’re playing on clay.”

Had it not been for Djokovic’s default at the U.S. Open for striking a line judge with a ball swatted away in frustration during a fourth round match against Pablo Carreno Busta, the Serbian might have been starting Sunday’s showdown with 18 Grand Slam titles, one behind Nadal and two short of Roger Federer.

Victory would see him close the gap but defeat would leave him three shy of both of them in the race for ‘greatest of all time’ status. The stakes are huge, but Djokovic says it is not the biggest match he has played in his career.

“Finals of a Grand Slam is always huge,” the world number one said. “But I don’t think it’s the biggest match that I have ever played in my life. I think there were some bigger ones.

“In terms of importance, I mean, if I have to compare, even though I don’t like, probably the first Wimbledon final that I actually played against him (in 2011). Wimbledon was always the one that I wanted to win as a kid and dreamed of winning.

“That’s probably the one that stands out. And the French Open 2016 against Andy Murray here. Every French Open final that I played was the match of my life before I actually won it.

“This is the (Grand Slam) that I won the least, so of course I am extremely motivated to try to get my hands on another one.”

Despite the fact 12-time Roland Garros champion Nadal has sailed through the draw without dropping a set and Djokovic spent four hours beating Tsitsipas in a late finish on Friday, he said he will be firing on all cylinders on Sunday.

“I’m not feeling exhausted physically so much after

tonight’s match,” he said. “It was a great battle. But I feel fine. I think a day and a half will be plenty of time for me to recover. I’m looking forward to a great battle with Rafa.”

(Reporting by Martyn Herman, editing by Pritha Sarkar)