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TFG loyalist at DOJ circulated draft Georgia letter with false election fraud claims

Democratic Underground 05 Aug 2021
The draft December 28 letter, published by ABC News, urged top Georgia ... https.//www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/abc-news-trump-loyalist-at-doj-circulated-draft-georgia-letter-with-false-election-fraud-claims/ar-AAMWrvS.
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House investigators interview DOJ official who penned January resignation letter when he thought Trump would ...

The Daily Mail 05 Aug 2021
In yet another development, senior DOJ officials turned back a colleague's request that they ask lawmakers in Georgia to investigate Trump's fraud claims there ... 28th pushing Georgia lawmakers to convene a special session, and even cast doubt on the election outcome there.
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The Readers' Forum: Thursday letters

Winston-Salem Journal 05 Aug 2021
Cuomo must resign ... This conclusion demands nothing less than his resignation ... Kirsten Gillibrand of New York ... There are those, supported by Fox News and several Southern governors, who claim individual rights ... Even if Trump had evidence that his claims were true, he shouldn’t have been the one to speak to the DOJ or Georgia election officials about it.
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States that demand vaccine passports should also mandate voter ID, Republican senator proposes

Russia Today 05 Aug 2021
Sen ... Cramer’s bill has not been formally introduced in the Senate, as he is looking for co-sponsors ... The Biden administration actually sued Georgia in June, claiming the election integrity bill passed in March was racially motivated because it required voter ID for mail-in ballots, among other things ... .
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DOJ officials shot down colleague's attempt to interfere in Georgia's election certification: report

Raw Story 04 Aug 2021
... into a special session so lawmakers could investigate claims of voter fraud." ... In December 2020, Trump was furious when Kemp and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, both conservative Republicans, rejected his claim that widespread voter fraud had occurred in Georgia.
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DOJ officials shot down a colleague's request to interfere in Georgia's election certification: report

Alternet 04 Aug 2021
... into a special session so lawmakers could investigate claims of voter fraud." ... In December 2020, Trump was furious when Kemp and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, both conservative Republicans, rejected his claim that widespread voter fraud had occurred in Georgia.
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Ringgold healthcare company fined $130,000 for improper opioid prescriptions

Times Free Press 04 Aug 2021
Ringgold-based nonprofit corporation and healthcare provider North Georgia Healthcare Center, Inc., and its CEO, Delaine Hunter, have agreed to pay $130,000 to settle allegations that they violated the False Claims Act ... substances to the United States and the state of Georgia.
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Georgia clinic settles whistleblower lawsuit alleging unnecessary opioid prescriptions

Atlanta Journal 04 Aug 2021
At a North Georgia clinic, the sole physician would visit only one afternoon a week, rarely seeing patients or reviewing their charts ... Now, the clinic, North Georgia Healthcare Center in Ringgold, and CEO Delaine Hunter have agreed to pay $130,000 to settle a whistleblower lawsuit accusing them of violations involving the opioid prescriptions.
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DOJ officials rejected colleague's request to intervene in Georgia's election certification as Trump allies pushed ...

The Daily Mail 04 Aug 2021
The communications, from late December, show how the former acting head of the DOJ's civil division Jeffrey Clark circulated a draft letter urging Georgia to look into claims of irregularities, according to ABC News ... Georgia became one of the key post-election battlegrounds for Trump and his allies as they claimed he had been cheated of victory.
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Don’t Run, Donald

Yated Ne'eman 04 Aug 2021
However tightly he held on to power and failed to groom a possible successor, he clearly possesses many qualities to which Trump cannot lay claim ... And it did not help that the two attorneys pressing his election claims in GeorgiaSydney Powell and Lin Wood – explicitly advised Trump voters to stay home and not vote in the run-off elections.
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Justice official accused Trump of using DOJ to push election fraud claims in draft resignation letter

News-Press Now 04 Aug 2021
... attorney general for the Civil Division, who behind the scenes had made clear to Trump that he was amenable to carry out the president's wishes to pressure the state of Georgia to pursue fraud claims that the Justice Department had already investigated and found meritless.
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Federal judge slams Colorado lawyers, imposes sanctions for election lawsuit

Colorado Politics 04 Aug 2021
... claims have been rejected on the merits," Richard L ... The latest development out of Colorado mirrors the fate of similar lawsuits challenging the validity of the general election in swing states such as Pennsylvania and Georgia, where judges have thrown out claims of vote rigging.
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Federal judge sanctions lawyers who brought conspiracy theory-filled lawsuit trying to overturn the 2020 election, ...

Business Insider 04 Aug 2021
Neureiter said Walker and Fielder acted improperly by failing to research any factual basis for their claims that the 2020 election results were rigged, and by bringing a claim in Colorado against state officials in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Wisconsin.
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Federal judge sanctions lawyers who brought conspiracy theory-filled lawsuit trying to overturn the 2020 election, reap $160 billion in damages

Yahoo Daily News 04 Aug 2021
Neureiter said Walker and Fielder acted improperly by failing to research any factual basis for their claims that the 2020 election results were rigged, and by bringing a claim in Colorado against state officials in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Wisconsin.
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Q&A: Why is the South the epicenter of anti-abortion fervor?

Finger Lakes Times 04 Aug 2021
How that regional reversal came to pass touches on demographic and ideological shifts, as well as a political environment in which few governors or state legislators anywhere claim to be moderates on the issue ... Georgia followed in 1968, and South Carolina and Arkansas in 1970.
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