Monday, August 8, 2022

Dead Voters More cities Not Following the Laws... imagine that--

 Pic courtesy of They Live  NY voters on their way to the polls!

National Voter Registration Act

The National Voter Registration Act  (NVRA) requires states to “conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove…the names of ineligible voters” who have died or changed residence from the official voter rolls.

Seems reasonable.  If you’re dead you shouldn’t vote.

The law requires registrations to be cancelled when voters fail to respond to address confirmation notices and then fail to vote in the next two general federal elections. In 2018, the Supreme Court confirmed that such removals are mandatory 

In July, Judicial Watch filed a federal lawsuit against New York State and New York City election officials for failing to remove potentially hundreds of thousands of ineligible voters from New York City’s voter registration rolls - as federal law requires. The lawsuit details how New York City removed only 22 names over six years. In all, “more than 600,000 voting-age citizens, per year, are estimated to have changed residence in New York City during the five-year period from 2016 through 2020.”

And NY City must be the healthiest place in the world since almost no one appears to have died and needed to be removed from the voter rolls.

Judicial Watch notes that “Yates County, one of the smallest counties in New York, with a current total registration of about 14,500 voters” made 1,251 removals under this NVRA provision during the same six-year period. 

Dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections, and New York City’s rolls are some of the dirtiest in the country,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. 

New York City’s may be “some of the dirtiest” but not the only one.

In February, 2022, Judicial Watch announced that it settled its lawsuit against North Carolina and two of its counties after they removed over 430,000 ineligible names from the voter rolls.

A 2020 letter from Judicial Watch to Allegheny County, Pennsylvania led to the removal of 69,000 outdated registrations.

Kentucky began cleaning up hundreds of thousands of old registrations in 2019 after it too entered into a consent decree in 2018 to end another Judicial Watch lawsuit.

California also settled a NVRA lawsuit with Judicial Watch that requires the removal of as many as 1.6 million inactive names from Los Angeles County’s voter rolls.

In October 2020, Judicial Watch released a study that found 353 counties in twenty-nine states had 1.8 million more registered voters than eligible voting-age citizens.  (More voter registrations than citizens old enough to vote, i.e., counties where registration rates exceed 100%.) 

Bloated voter rolls don’t automatically mean voter fraud but they indicate that the opportunity for voter fraud is there.  In the 2020 election, adding bloated voter rolls to the practice of ballots being mailed to all registered voters further compounded the opportunity. 

Even though New York City intentionally ignored the NVRA, the ethics of the political bosses in New York City – such as former mayor Bill DiBlasio - are so beyond question that they would never have taken advantage of this gigantic opportunity for voter fraud in 2020.  (Sarcasm intended.) Ditto for the political bosses in Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Newark NJ, etc.

Monday, August 1, 2022

CARCANO 6.5 Cartridges & Boxer Prime Brass

 This is a consignment sale-ALL Firearms ship to a FFL.  Check your local laws if you live in or think you are in a restricted area. This includes cartridges


Shipping cost vary from 45-65$ depending on your location and if shipped to a residence of business address.

YES I’ll combine sales for shipping purposes.

I do not clean or test fire these firearms-I’ll run a patch down the bore & take a quick peak to not condition. IF you are not familiar or do not possess the skills- I strongly recommend you have a competent gun smith go over your purchase before taking it to the range.

Regards, #BPBReloading                   


Carcano ammo appx 75-80 rounds I did not count the ones in the American Eagle box as it was sealed up..I know it is not a full box

The Brass 100 pcs. -2 with popped out primers to show it is good reloading brass. I did check several others- With that being stated it may not all be Boxer primed. If some are Berdan primed just drill the flash hole out. 

3 on clips 2 are FMJ the brass clip contains SP bullets.

Brown box is still sealer most likely contains 50 cartridges