It’s also possible that New Hampshire’s four electoral college votes were swung to Hillary Clinton through illegal voting by nonresidents. If the presidential contest had been closer and had come down to a margin of three or four electoral college votes, then this voter fraud might have had extraordinary consequences.
The Associated Press (AP), against the dictates of its own style guide, employed a new and unprecedentedly inaccurate euphemism for illegal aliens Thursday, referring to them in an article as "undocumented citizens."
According to a press release sent out Thursday afternoon by former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore’s senatorial campaign, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), one of the founders of the House Freedom Caucus, has endorsed Moore in his bid for U.S. Senate. Moore faces Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) on September 26 in a runoff election for the GOP nomination. The winner of the Moore-Strange contest will face former Clinton U.S. Attorney Doug Jones, the Democratic Party nominee, in a December 12 special election. “Roy Moore will be a much-needed conservative voice in the Senate,” Jordan said in the release. “I know the voters of Alabama can count on him to adhere to the Constitution and always stand for the values and principles that made this nation great, and I am proud to give him my endorsement and support!” Moore acknowledged the endorsement and expressed his gratitude. “I am honored to have the endorsement of Congressman Jordan,” Moore said in the statement. “As a leader of the conservative movement in the House, he had the vision to help found the House Freedom Caucus. I look forward to working with him and the other members of the Freedom Caucus to bring real change
TALLAHASSEE, Florida — As Hurricane Irma continues its trek through the Caribbean, Floridians prepare for storm’s uncertain landfall. **UPDATES BELOW** UPDATE 9 p.m. ET: Gov. Rick Scott has closed all K-12 public schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices per a release posted to the governor’s website. Statement as follows: WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott is directing all public K-12 schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices to close Friday, September 8 – Monday, September 11. Governor Scott said, “Today, I am directing the closure of all public schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices for their normal activities effective Friday through Monday, to ensure we have every space available for sheltering and staging. Floridians are facing a life-threatening storm in Hurricane Irma, and every family must prepare to evacuate. Our state’s public schools serve a vital role in our communities as shelters for displaced residents and staging areas for hurricane recovery efforts. Closing public schools, state colleges, state universities and state offices will provide local and state emergency officials the flexibility necessary to support shelter and emergency response efforts.” For detailed shelter information, visit www.fldoe.org/irma and www.floridadisaster.org/info. Gov. Scott closes K-12 public schools, state colleges, state universities