Conventional wisdom in America’s political-media establishment holds that, like the JFK assassination, the 2020 presidential election will forever remain an unsolved mystery.
A growing if unreported national movement holds the opposite view: Nothing short of forensic audits in every state and the elimination of Internet-connected voting systems will restore election integrity in 2022.
Thus a member of the City Council in Beaufort, South Carolina was fired from the county’s Elections Commission for organizing a rally in support of a forensic audit of the 2020 election.
Is the call for such an audit partisan or patriotic activity?
The council, in a 5-0 vote, said Helen Spalding, appointed in February to a six-year term, was removed from the commission due to her participation in “partisan political activities,” The Island Packet reported on Sept. 15.