Virginia State Senator Urges President Trump To Declare Martial Law

State Senator Amanda Chase says “Trump should declare martial law as recommended by General Flynn”

Chase, who Fox News reports is known to carry a .38 revolver, issued the recommendation to the president based on her belief that state democrats had orchestrated a plot to make the Virginia election less secure. Citing relaxed voter ID laws and signature requirements, she urged the president to follow General Mike Flynn’s recommendation for imposing a “limited” martial law for the purposes of launching a new election.

“Here in Virginia the Democrats legalized cheating at the ballot box to win,” she wrote. “The Virginia Democrat Majority repealed voter ID laws, eliminated witness signatures and allowed voters to drop off sacred ballots in unsecured ballot boxes across the state, destroying the integrity and chain of custody of our ballots. In many other states this would be illegal.”

At least on Republican has spoken out against her post. Congressman Denver Riggleman said that he found her comments to be “world-record levels of cognitive dissonance,” specifically that she is opposed to pandemic curfews but supports martial law. But judging by Chase’s post, she’s not looking for soldiers to be patrolling neighborhoods, rather she wants them deployed in order to investigate the election and if necessary conduct a new one.

Chase is currently campaigning for governor.

Here entire post reads as follows:

Not my President and never will be. The American people aren’t fools. We know you cheated to win and we’ll never accept these results. Fair elections we can accept but cheating to win; never. It’s not over yet. So thankful President Trump has a backbone and refuses to concede. President Trump should declare martial law as recommended by General Flynn.

Here in Virginia the Democrats legalized cheating at the ballot box to win- all under the guise of covid. The Virginia Democrat Majority repealed voter ID laws, eliminated witness signatures and allowed voters to drop off sacred ballots in unsecured ballot boxes across the state, destroying the integrity and chain of custody of our ballots. In many other states this would be illegal.

So what am I going to do about it? I’m currently working with The Virginia Project and Sidney Powell to expose what I and others believe is extensive fraud here in Virginia. We need attorneys, auditors and anyone willing to help with the cause to reach out. We cannot allow them to get away with this.

Supreme Court Rejects Election Lawsuit Filed By State Of Texas

A lawsuit brought forth by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been rejected by the Supreme Court. The lawsuit, which hoped to invalidate the election results of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, and Wisconsin will not be considered by the nation’s highest court. Votes on the matter were not made public, but judging from the separate statement made by Justices Alito and Thomas, the other seven justices were in agreement on the matter.

Their statement follows:

“The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution. Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections. All other pending motions are dismissed as moot.”

Justice Alito and Justice Thomas wrote in dissent:

“Statement of Justice Alito, with whom Justice Thomas joins: In my view, we do not have discretion to deny the filing of a bill of complaint in a case that falls within our original jurisdiction…I would therefore grant the motion to file the bill of complaint but would not grant other relief, and I express no view on any other issue.”

Project Veritas Releases Interview With US Postal Worker Regarding Ballot Processing

Nationalist Review cannot confirm the contents of this video, but due to the urgent nature of the report and the need for timely developments, we’re publishing it here with a transcript below.

Project Veritas’ source, a US Postal Worker who supplied an ID card to verify himself, claims that his office has been ordered to backdate ballots.

Rush Transcript:

“I work in the Traverse City Post Office. More specifically, the Barlow branch,” an unidentified US Postal Service employee begins in a conversation with Project Vertias’ James O’Keefe.

“Your boss told you and your colleagues something that shocked you this morning. What was it?”

“We were issued a directive this morning to collect any ballots we find in mailboxes, collection boxes, just outgoing mail in general, [and] separate them at the end of the day so that we could hand stamp them with the previous day’s date. Today is November 4th for clarification.”

Who is your boss? And what is his title?

“Jonathan would be a direct supervisor, yes. As of right now, he is the opening supervisor for the Barlow branch Post Office.”

“So, I’ve—and this is anecdotal—carrier down in another office, said they watched the postmaster doing it.”

“If it were just a typical day, it would be clerks doing it up at the distribution center.”

“So, 8:00 PM election day, November 3rd, the court of appeals ruled ballots have to be received by that time. And what were you told,” O’Keefe asks.

“To separate them today so they can mark them with yesterday’s date and send them through the express system to wherever they needed to go.

“This appears to be an attempt to circumvent Michigan law and allow late votes,” O’Keefe follows up. “And you said there was a hamper where letter carriers were supposed to leave their ballots. Where are the ballots now?

They were putting them into express bags to go to the distribution center. In regards to a hamper, there’s a standard hamper that all letter mail is supposed to go to and they had a tub next to it that we were supposed to put any ballots collected today into.”

“What made you come forward?”

“That’s sketchy. I don’t like sketchy. It screams corruption. Also, knowing the post offices leanings, politically, it didn’t seem quite right.”

“What is your message to other postal workers who see things like this?”

“Report it. How are we supposed to have any integrity in this country if we are just going to let things slide based on a scaling issue.”

“Are you afraid of retaliation against you?”

“I’ve had whistleblower policies backfire on me in the past, so, yes.”

“We’ll have to reach out to Johnathon Clarke for comment,” O’Keefe says before splicing in a call with the supervisor in question.

“Hey, is this Johnathon?”


“Hey, hey, I’m a reporter with Project Veritas, James O’Keefe here. And I have a—I have information that you guys have been stamping ballots with the previous dates, November 3rd.”

At this point, Johnathon Clarke hangs up the phone.

Michigan: Poll Workers Cover Windows To Prevent Observers From Watching Ballot Counting Process

What’s going on in Detroit, Michigan? Poll workers hastily taped large poster boards over the windows of the room where ballots were being counted.

Some of the posters put in place to obstruct the view of observers still remain, though a few were taken down. Poll challengers have voiced their concerns about election violations, telling Fox News’ Matt Finn that there wasn’t a fair number representing their side in the room.

The Michigan Secretary of State’s director of media relations issued the following statement:

“These are poll challengers who have a legal avenue to address any legitimate concerns regarding any rules they claim were not followed. This has been a bipartisan, open and transparent process from the beginning, with a record number of Republican challengers observing it. The individuals who made these claims to you said they were challengers which means they have the ability to bring any violation they thought had occurred to the election inspectors. We’ll keep in touch the rest of the afternoon.”

Republican Congressman And Family Receive Threat In Targeted Attack On Their Home

Republican Representative Tom Reed released an alarming statement about a threat that he and his family received outside their home in Corning, NY

A dead animal and a brick with the name of one of Representative Reed’s relatives was left outside his home address, an implied threat and act of political intimidation. Local authorities are investigating the incident.

Reed issued the following statement:

“Today, my family and I were threatened at our home in Corning. The cowards used a dead animal and a brick with a family member’s name on it to try to intimidate us. We assure everyone such threats only energize us to stand stronger. We thank the local police and federal authorities, who are already investigating this disgusting attack against my family. Across the country, politics has taken a disturbing turn. We have to overcome this. I know that we can. We are all Americans first. What unites us is far greater than our political differences.”

Night Of The Voting Dead: Some States Will Count Early Votes From Those That Die Before Election Day

With the heavy increase in early voting, a curious question arises: what happens when an individual casts a ballot and then dies before election day? Well, the answer may surprise you and differs state to state.

The National Conference of State Legislatures took some time to provide an in-depth answer to this question in Wendy Underhill’s “What if an absentee voter dies before election day?

NCSL found that 11 states explicitly allow a deceased voters ballot to count: Arkansas, Connecticut, Idaho, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, and North Dakota.

In Massachusetts, the clownish state that this publication calls home, an “absentee or early ballot of any voter who was eligible to vote at the time the ballot was cast shall not be deemed invalid solely because the voter became ineligible to vote by reason by death after casting the ballot.”

In contrast, 16 states have made clear that votes coming from the recently deceased shall be ruled invalid: Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

As for the rest of the states? Well, they haven’t made any explicit determinations on that matter. But that doesn’t really mean much either.

These laws don’t translate well to reality in either case. Once a ballot is processed, or as Underhill says, “been verified and the ballot is removed from the envelope,” it becomes rather impossible to trace a ballot back to the voter it came from.

In numerous states, which allow processing to begin as early as the ballot is received in some cases, this means that the law is effectively irrelevant.

Anonymous Website Hosts Database Of All Donald Trump Donors’ Addresses In Voter Intimidation Campaign

The website DonaldTrump.Watch created a database of every single person who donated to the Donald Trump campaign, using publicly available information provided by the FEC. The creator of the site took this information, created a data table with the donor’s addresses, and plotted their information on an interactive map using software created by OpenStreetMap (and openly available to the public).

Visitors to the site can find the names and addresses of Trump donors within a searched zip code, under an individual’s last name, or from a number of other queries.

The owners of the database, who have not disclosed their identities (despite doxing thousands of donors) also own the domain That website resolves to once loaded. Very little information about the company can be found otherwise.

The site is purportedly operated by an incorporated entity called “Public Service Media Group, Inc.” and can be traced to another similar, yet incomplete database, at Donor watch seems to be their first foray into type of public database and claims to reveal whether a neighborhood is red or blue. In actuality, the tables are incomplete and often only provide one or two names per zip code.

The organization, according to their email address, seems to have additionally operated a domain called, but little information about this website and whether it was ever accessible to the public can be determined at this time.

UPDATE: President Trump Responds To Twitter’s Election Interference

Trump Says He Will “Not Allow” Twitter’s Election Interference To Continue

Moments ago, Nationalist Review published an article explaining Twitter’s recent foray into election interference. In an unprecedented act of political manipulation, the social media giant headed by Jack Dorsey began adding fact-checking disclaimers to the president’s tweets. These fact-checking bubbles led to quotes from highly partisan outlets such as Jeff Bezo’s Washington Post and CNN.

Now, President Trump has responded on Twitter, shooting a shot across the tech oligarch’s bow:

“Twitter is now interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election. They are saying my statement on Mail-In Ballots, which will lead to massive corruption and fraud, is incorrect, based on fact-checking by Fake News CNN and the Amazon Washington Post. Twitter is completely stifling FREE SPEECH, and I, as President, will not allow it to happen!”

This is a developing story and Nationalist Review will continue to update it progresses.

While You’re Here, Enter Our Sweepstakes:

Alert: Twitter Caught Engaging In 2020 Election Manipulation

Twitter Begins To “Fact-Check” Tweets Posted By President Donald Trump, Leading To Information From CNN and The Washington Post

We’ve released an update to this story.

On Tuesday morning, President Trump expressed his distaste for the proposal of an expansion of the mail-in ballot program. “There is NO WAY (ZERO!) that Mail-In Ballots will be anything less than substantially fraudulent,” he tweeted.

“Mail boxes will be robbed, ballots will be forged & even illegally printed out & fraudulently signed. The Governor of California is sending Ballots to millions of people, anyone living in the state, no matter who they are or how they got there, will get one. That will be followed up with professionals telling all of these people, many of whom have never even thought of voting before, how, and for whom, to vote. This will be a Rigged Election. No way!”

Not long after his tweet was posted, however, Twitter added a large blue flag to his tweets that prompted users to get the “facts” about mail-in ballots. The link led to a Twitter news briefing that compiled a list of sources they curated as authoritative including evidently partisan outlets such as The Washington Post and CNN. Twitter made the decision to publish this intrusive and manipulative fact-checking editorial on the same day that a story was released in West Virginia citing election fraud being carried out by an employee of the US Postal Service.

Twitter is the primary source of communication between the president and the American people. He is perhaps the first politician to ever fully utilize social media to the fullest extent possible and it seems that the tech oligarchs in Silicon Valley are doing whatever they can to prevent his success in the 2020 election.

A sampling of Twitter’s fact-checking editorial can be read below:

On Tuesday, President Trump made a series of claims about potential voter fraud after California Governor Gavin Newsom announced an effort to expand mail-in voting in California during the COVID-19 pandemic. These claims are unsubstantiated, according to CNN, Washington Post and others. Experts say mail-in ballots are very rarely linked to voter fraud.

– Trump falsely claimed that mail-in ballots would lead to “a Rigged Election.” However, fact-checkers say there is no evidence that mail-in ballots are linked to voter fraud.

– Trump falsely claimed that California will send mail-in ballots to “anyone living in the state, no matter who they are or how they got there.” In fact, only registered voters will receive ballots.

– Though Trump targeted California, mail-in ballots are already used in some states, including Oregon, Utah and Nebraska.

Trump’s Tweets “are a refrain we’ve heard over and over from Trump over the past four years — a refrain that literally has never been substantiated.” — Washington Post

“[T]he sort of widespread election fraud that Trump is talking about is incredibly rare. In fact, there’s just no significant evidence of intentional voter fraud on anything near the scale Trump and his allies allege.” — CNN

Here’s how the tweet appears on the website.

The massively popular social media network enjoys Sec. 230 protections from the Federal government—but does their intervention in the president’s tweets justify that continuing?

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is ostensibly meant to protect internet intermediaries—service providers who do not act as editorializing publishers—immunity from the liability of the content users independently share on their website. The theory is, that these service providers are not themselves engaging in content creation or curation. With Twitter interceding to inject the president’s tweets with disclaimers, there’s an argument to be made for throwing their immunity out the window. They already abuse this immunity by selectively purging conservative voices from the internet.

While you’re here, enter our sweepstakes!