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Despite Court Ruling, Privacy Watchdog Vows to Press Challenge Against Trump's Election Panel


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Despite Court Ruling, Privacy Watchdog Vows to Press Challenge Against Trump's Election Panel

Jon Queally, staff writer

Despite a federal judge's ruling on Monday rejecting a challenge to an election commission established by President Donald Trump, the privacy watchdog behind a lawsuit aimed at blocking the collection of detailed voter data from across the country vows to press ahead with its opposition.

The ruling from the federal court in Washington, D.C. relates to the controversial panel which critics argue is using bogus claims of "voter fraud" to compile data on nearly every voter in the country—information that could then be used to actually supress the vote in future elections.


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To anyone who wanted to protect our Democratic Republic this legal action should have been a slam dunk. Whose pocket is Judge Kollar-Kotelly in?


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The NSA is spying on all of us every day and this just in from Yahoo –

https://www.yahoo.com/gma/tech-company-workers-agree-microchips-implanted-hands-225802076--abc-news-lifestyle.html

And we’ve had 50 years of Americans voting on hack-able computers –
which have been hack-able from remote areas, possibly even by satellites.
These computers were used to put the right wing into power.

Fascists have had control of our government since 11/22/63.