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Rep-Elect Mary Miller (IL-15) will “Object to Tainted Election Results” –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On December 29, 2020

Oakland, IL. (ECWd) –

Press Release

I promised to stand with President Trump, and I will keep that promise by objecting to the tainted election results on January 6th. Read my full statement below.
Rep-elect Mary Miller (IL-15) Stands with President Trump and will Object to Tainted Election Results: “I promised to stand with President Trump, and I will keep that promise.”
December 29th, 2020
For Immediate Release
Oakland, IL –Mary Miller, Congresswoman-elect (IL-15), joins patriotic leaders across the nation in announcing her intent to object to the Electoral College Results.
“I am fighting for the people of my district and with President Trump to ensure the integrity of our elections,” pledged Congresswoman-elect Mary Miller. “I promised to stand with President Trump, and I will keep that promise. It is my responsibility to the great people of Illinois to object to the Electoral College Certification.”
Congresswoman-elect Mary Miller will be sworn-in on January 3rd, 2021. One of her first actions as a Congresswoman will be to take on the Washington Swamp that has thwarted the will of the American people and President Trump at every turn over the last four years.
“For four years, Nancy Pelosi and the Washington Swamp tried to undermine our duly elected President Trump. Sticking to form, they refuse to allow any investigations into election fraud because they know even a glancing review would uncover the greatest heist of the 21st century,” said Mary Miller. “I will continue to make good on my pledge to fight for the interests of the men and women of the 15th district.”
Mary Miller is the Conservative Congresswoman-elect for Illinois’ 15th Congressional. She is a mother, a grandmother, a farmer, and a business manager in Oakland, Illinois. Her anti-establishment campaign for Congress was supported by President Trump and earned the votes of over 73% of the voters in the district


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  • Ray Kowal
    Posted at 01:29h, 30 December Reply

    Fantastic job your doing
    Takes a lot of guts to stand up to this government in Illinois

  • James J. Pancrazio
    Posted at 08:40h, 30 December Reply

    I recommend the use of quotation marks to indicate the direct speech of another person.

    • John Kraft
      Posted at 10:10h, 30 December Reply

      We published the press release as we received it.

  • jannie
    Posted at 09:10h, 30 December Reply

    So I’m sure what she’s really saying is that votes for Biden are tainted and votes for Trump are ok. This is just so much of an embarrassment to the country – Trump the man who “would be king”, or probably more like dictator.

  • Richard Jarman
    Posted at 09:57h, 30 December Reply

    You have lost all credibility in my eyes for continuing to propagate this nonsense.

    • John Kraft & Kirk Allen
      Posted at 10:09h, 30 December Reply

      We simply published a Press Release without comment, and gave no opinion of the release.

    • Kirk Allen & John Kraft
      Posted at 10:13h, 30 December Reply

      So you would rather we suppress the news of what is going on?

    • PK
      Posted at 15:32h, 30 December Reply

      Yah, complain about a spec of sawdust in someone else’s eye when you’ve a whole plank in your own. Got it.

  • Mags
    Posted at 10:02h, 30 December Reply

    We need more Representatives like Mary.

  • Larry Miller
    Posted at 10:31h, 30 December Reply

    Hurrah. A Politician that knows what work and family is about. unfortunately a rarity in the climate. I just wish she was in my district.

  • Jon Thoms
    Posted at 12:10h, 30 December Reply

    Posting that press release is tacit endorsement of this brainless twit. Stop the bs.

    • Kirk Allen & John Kraft
      Posted at 12:45h, 30 December Reply

      No, it’s called reporting. Nothing more or less.

      • homer
        Posted at 00:16h, 31 December Reply

        “This claim, like Frankenstein’s Monster, has been haphazardly stitched together… This Court has been presented with strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations, unpled in the operative complaint and unsupported by evidence. In the United States of America, this cannot justify the disenfranchisement of a single voter, let alone all the voters of its sixth most populated state. Our people, laws, and institutions demand more.”

        Judge Matthew W. Brann of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, dismissing the Trump campaign’s attempt to block certification of Pennsylvania’s election result. (The state certified its results on Tuesday.)

        • PK
          Posted at 14:19h, 31 December Reply

          Boy oh boy did that “…of its sixth most populous…” jump off the post.

          Provided the quote is accurate, and that news from a couple years ago as well as information at the following internet site is more precise, ya just gotta wonder about merit badges, badges of courage, and the lame folk that like badger.

          Illinois WAS the 5th most populous.

      • PK
        Posted at 15:34h, 31 December Reply

        Per the quote in HOMER’s post, several reputable news outlets report the judge actually wrote what HOMER has quoted.
        However, the commonly accepted current and recent census data demonstrates that Pennsylvania is actually the fifth most populated state in the US.

        It’s like showing up at an ice rink with a pool noodle for a hockey stick while exclaiming ‘where’s the puck, who has the puck.’

  • James J Pancrazio
    Posted at 13:05h, 30 December Reply

    That is what I thought originally, but the byline indicates ECWD authorship.

    • John Kraft
      Posted at 13:44h, 30 December Reply

      Didn’t notice that – just assumed if it said “Press release” that people knew it came from whomever was listed at the bottom of the press release.

  • cynthia
    Posted at 14:00h, 30 December Reply

    Disappointed that the false narrative and conspiracy theory is being spread. Let’s see SCOYUS, Attorney General Barr and 19 investigative attorneys, 3 State Supreme court justices, ( picked by Trump), and many States Judges, the FBI . many Republican members of Congress have all said no voter fraud. This women and those like her are a disgrace to this country and every American. Spreading false material and undermining our democracy. There is no truth in deception and no honor in lying. She and those like her will not be re=elected.

    • Kirk Allen
      Posted at 14:15h, 30 December Reply

      Can you provide a single court case where the merits of the case were heard? While I know what the main stream media has said, your statements are void of a lot of accuracies. What is false about exercising constitutional powers? The Democrats have done this before in the Gore Bush race so what is the real issue?

    • PK
      Posted at 15:29h, 30 December Reply

      I believe “tainted” accurately describes the issue, like it or not.

      The alternate conclusion, or what here is mostly avoided, has become so untenable that its easier to just go along with a mantra for an out-of-the gate bash, personal attack on the messenger, and recitations of the same no matter what…don’t look for yourself. Invariably, the partisan attacks which began immediately after the 2016 election continue.

  • tyler evans
    Posted at 20:25h, 30 December Reply

    Wonderful News. Thank you for posting it!

    Trumped 2020

  • cool guy
    Posted at 19:31h, 02 January Reply

    Trump’s a clown, and he’s a jerk, and he’s a womanizer, and he’s the greatest threat to our country, yeah yeah yeah. But, unfortunately, he’s right. No way in heaven or hell that more people voted for Joe Biden than Barak or Hillary.

  • anon
    Posted at 09:45h, 04 January Reply

    “Merits of the case” were not heard because Trump’s lawyers had NO evidence to present to verify any single act of voter fraud they were claiming. Trump’s lawyers were the ones to drop most of the lawsuits when they were forced to present evidence they did not have because it did not exist.

    • Kirk Allen
      Posted at 10:42h, 04 January Reply

      Your statement is not even close to being factually correct. If you have read the orders that dismissed cases you would know this. Standing, Jurisdiction, Latches were the reasons for most of them. Dismissed before a single piece of evidence was even allowed to be entered into the case.

      • Anon
        Posted at 10:43h, 05 January Reply

        There is no evidence of wide-spread voter fraud. (The only real case so far, was a guy in PA that attempted to vote for his dead mother, for Trump.)

        • PK
          Posted at 11:30h, 05 January Reply

          “There is no evidence of wide-spread voter fraud.”

          PArroting PArtisans are simply the worst.

          Where does PA in order rank?

          • Anon
            Posted at 12:10h, 05 January

            Parrot? Let me guess… you have heard many people talking about shredded ballots, suitcases full of ballots, the Dominion software hacks, and millions of illegals voting?

            How about actual evidence? How hard is it to find a single name of a dead voter if there were “hundreds of thousands?”

    • PK
      Posted at 11:10h, 04 January Reply

      Accordingly, the video of an individual electioneering with gift cards and such can not be considered a form of fraud…even though such conduct is prohibited by state law.

      “NO” seems more like an acronym for “Now Oblivious.”

  • todd reardon
    Posted at 11:15h, 06 January Reply

    Is Mary Miller going to object to her own election results as well? If she believes there was a fraud, howcan she be sure she was not also fraudulently elected.

    • PK
      Posted at 17:40h, 06 January Reply

      Generally, the ‘fraud’ claim becomes part of the contest when the results are narrow. Rep-elect Miller won by a lot.

      Ignorant logic dispelled.

  • todd reardon
    Posted at 18:59h, 06 January Reply

    Mary Miller quoting Hitler today should send a chill down every constituents spine regardless of party affiliation unless a member of the Nazi Party. She denounces “socialism” but then proudly quotes “Nazism.”

  • Ed Hardeese
    Posted at 11:59h, 07 January Reply

    And before anyone even tries to spin her statement as ‘a good message, delivered poorly’, how difficult is it for any reasonable person to say, “We must deliver our message to the next generation” without, you know, QUOTING HITLER?

  • Twisten1up
    Posted at 08:40h, 10 January Reply

    This Nazi fascist needs to resign.

  • GW ONE
    Posted at 09:24h, 10 January Reply

    Lots of rarified opinions. I wonder, does anyone form their opinions based on the Constitution or Federalist Papers? Or, have we all merely defaulted to network new’s opinions?

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