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BREAKING: Biden DOJ Steps In – Issues Guidelines
Cautioning States Performing Audits of Election
Results
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Posted by ladydawgfan 7/28/2021 7:26:50 PM Post Reply
Unreal! The Biden DOJ put out a warning to states who choose to audit the fraudulent 2020 election results! First, they threatened Arizona. Now they’re threatening the rest of the country! ABC News reported: The Justice Department on Wednesday released guidance intended to caution states embarking on so-called post-election ‘audits’ of vote counts for the 2020 presidential election that they must not run afoul of federal voting laws. The guidance, previously previewed last month by Attorney General Merrick Garland in his policy address on voting rights, outlines federal statutes that the department says elections officials must adhere to during such “audits,” such as preserving all federal elections materials
Toyota Puts the Brakes on EV, But Not Just for the
Reasons the Verge Says
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Posted by ladydawgfan 7/28/2021 7:11:49 PM Post Reply
The Verge reports that Toyota, the world’s largest carmaker, is working behind the scenes to stall any federal mandates that would ban gas-burning cars. According to The New York Times, a top Toyota executive has met with congressional leaders behind closed doors in recent weeks to advocate against the Biden administration’s plans to spend billions of dollars to incentivize the shift to EVs. The executive, Chris Reynolds, has argued that hybrids, like the Toyota Prius, as well as hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles should also be in the mix. In addition, Toyota is also pushing back against EV-friendly policy through the auto industry’s main DC-based lobbying group, the Alliance for Automotive Innovation.