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The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) is dedicated to defending the constitutional rights of all Americans. ACRU stands against harmful, anti-constitutional ideologies that have taken hold in our nation’s courts, culture, and bureaucracies. We defend and promote free speech, religious liberty, the Second Amendment, and national sovereignty.

Wisconsin Investigation Uncovers Potential Tip Of A Voting Fraud Iceberg

Last Thursday, the Racine County, Wisconsin sheriff’s office held an hour-long press conference detailing the results of an investigation into a complaint the office received of potential violations of state election law. While leftist media ignored the story, the investigation revealed both blatant violations of state law by election officials and detailed evidence of voter fraud by stealing elderly Americans’ votes.

Nursing Home Vote Fraud is Elder Abuse — ACRU Applauds Racine Wisconsin Sheriff’s Department

The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) points to the shocking case in Racine, Wisconsin asmore proof that abuse of elderly and vulnerable voters is a nationwide problem. ACRU is the nation’s leading advocate for the protection of vulnerable voters.

Disability Service Coordinator Blows Whistle on Vote Fraud in Group Homes

Susan couldn't believe what she was hearing. Client after client, developmentally disabled person after developmentally disabled person all told the same story: Their vote was stolen from them.

Eight cases of election fraud at Racine County nursing home, Sheriff Schmaling says

The Racine County Sheriff’s Office announced in a Thursday morning news conference that it has identified eight cases of what it believes to be election fraud at a Mount Pleasant nursing home.

Racine County sheriff speaks about possible election law violations

WATCH: Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling will unveil on Thursday, Oct. 28 the results of an extensive investigation regarding possible election law violations throughout Racine County and Wisconsin.

White House not stolen, but bought with Zuckerberg’s money: Goodwin

Nearly a year has passed since the 2020 election, yet there has not been a clear, satisfactory answer to the central mystery: How did a dull, declining Joe Biden manage to get more than 81 million votes and win the presidency?

2021-10-19T13:19:22+00:00October 19th, 2021|Elections, Front Page, News|

PILF to Election Officials in all 50 States: Resist the Abuse of Power and Intimidation by the Biden DOJ

Today, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) wrote letters to election officials in all 50 states regarding the guidance issued by the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division on state election audits and a state’s return to pre-COVID election procedures. The Foundation informed election officials that the DOJ has overstated their power and that PILF has offered to help states fight back against this DOJ abuse of power. This overreach by DOJ is not surprising considering that the Department is being run by Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Pamela Karlan, an ideological extremist with a long history of partisan enforcement of civil rights laws and Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke who has exhibited hostility toward equal enforcement of voting laws.

2021-08-31T16:29:18+00:00August 31st, 2021|Elections, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID|

California Man Found With 300 Unopened Recall Ballots

First, this public service announcement: There is no voter fraud in U.S. elections. Thank you for your attention. A California man was discovered asleep in his car in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven store in Torrance with drugs, cash, and several drivers’ licenses, according to ABC7. Oh… I nearly forgot. There were about 300 unopened recall election ballots in the car.

2021-08-27T13:49:16+00:00August 27th, 2021|Elections, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud|

Report: States’ Primary The Elections Clause: Constitutional Authority Over Elections

The1 Constitution reserves to the States the primary authority to set election legislation and administer elections—the “times, places, and manner of holding of elections”—and Congress’ power in this space is purely secondary to the States’ power. Congress’ power is to be employed only in the direst of circumstances.2 Despite Democrats’ insistence that Congress’ power over elections is unfettered and permits Congress to enact sweeping legislation like H.R. 1, it is simply not true. History, precedent, the Framers’ words, debates concerning ratification, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution itself make this exceedingly clear.

2021-08-26T22:30:20+00:00August 26th, 2021|Front Page, News|

ACRU’s Ken Blackwell And Other African American Leaders Warn That H.R. 4 Does Not Continue John Lewis’ Proud Civil Rights Legacy

Blackwell, in a press conference with other prominent African-American leaders such as Dean Nelson, Chairman of the Douglass Leadership Institute, and Clarence E. Henderson, National Spokesman for the Frederick Douglass Foundation, said the legislation is not in keeping with the spirit of its namesake’s activism and “is an insult to the history of the civil rights movement in this country.”

2021-09-01T20:43:29+00:00August 26th, 2021|Elections, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID|

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