Voting Is Critical Says Greg And Leah

Voting Is Critical Says Greg And Leah — Election integrity activists Leah Hoopes and Greg Stenstrom implored the listeners of Face The Culture, yesterday, Feb. 8, to stay involved and vote despite the ever-more visible depravities of the lizardly leaders of the Uniparty.

Greg and Leah are poll watchers from Delaware County, Pa. and the authors of The Parallel Election, a history of what occurred in Delco in 2020.

Face The Culture is hosted by Pastor Steve Gruen and Kim Kennedy and airs 7-8 p.m. EST weeknights on the Liberty Channel on Archives can be found at A link to yesterday’s show is here and below.

Even if a tenth of what the pair describe is true, huge problems remain obvious.

Leah notes that Delaware County has 46 percent of Pennsylvania’s election ballot drop boxes with 42. Maybe it’s hard to believe as Pennsylvania has 67 counties but Philadelphia, the largest county, has but 18, while Allegheny County, the second largest, has none.

Delco’s drop boxes are open 24/7 dubiously monitored by solar-powered cameras. Why would one need 24/7 drop boxes with mail-in voting anyway? Mailboxes are basically drop boxes. Getting rid of the county drop boxes would save money, simplify logistics and, most importantly, ease suspicions.

Challenge To Be Arrested

Leah, Greg and state rep candidate Ruth Moton filed a lawsuit In November 2021 based on information from a whistleblower regarding improprieties from a year before. The matter came before District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer as the revelations involved crimes.

Stollsteimer sent a letter to County Council, May 4, 2022, saying the allegations were fictions. He said comments on video by election workers were taken out of context or doctored. Council read the letter into the record May 18.

Sollsteimer said his investigation was based on three videos taken from the internet. He wouldn’t give the whistleblower, Regina Miller, a standard immunity agreement to let her speak freely.

Leah noted that their evidence, however, involved 37 videos and several audio files, all of which came directly from the whistleblower. None of it was from the internet. None of them were doctored.

She said presenting doctored evidence is a crime. She challenged Stollseimer to arrest them.

Voting Is Critical Says Greg And Leah

Leah said the attacks from the establishment have been relentless. She said she and Greg talked with noted author Mark Bowden for three hours lead to his book, The Steal, depicting them as liars and calling them “trumpanzees”.

Leah thanked him and said the book made them national figures advancing their cause.

She has gotten no help from the GOP. The Delco Republican Executive Committee was part an initial lawsuit that reached Commonwealth Court but was kicked off after not responding to any filing after the initial complaint.

Beating they System

Greg noted that the corporate two party system manipulates people against each other for their own interests. A Massachusetts native, he says many of his friends and family remain Democrat while also remaining his friends and family.

Greg said voting is extremely important, and people must not become discouraged.

“If you don’t vote, we can’t find those 70,000 ballots. If you don’t vote we can’t see your signature,” he said. “Trust me, this is a painful process but one day soon we are going to get our day in court and we are going to see your signature on the mail-in ballot or we are going to see where your vote where you signed in the blue book when you came in . . . and we are going to be able go in and say we can prove that vote you counted for Joel was not his vote.”

He said that a reason officials were curating a lot of votes was that they were counting people who didn’t vote and they had to get them out of the data base so there wouldn’t be evidence of those people voting .

“If you don’t vote, you’ve given into the system,” he said. “. . . We need you to vote. We need citizens to engage in their government. They have to engage. They have to vote.”

Good People Exist

Greg further noted that not everyone is corrupt and that there are good people in the system.

“Everybody thinks that everyone in the FBI is corrupt. Nobody joins the FBI to be a bad guy,” he says. “. . . There are good people in the FBI. There are judges out there that love the law and one day we are going to get in front of them. We are going to get in front of good special agents in the FBI. There are good people out there and if you believe that as I do and as a God-fearing person I know there are good people out there and they just have to speak.”

He said it is a small minority that is causing the havoc.

“What Leah and I are trying to do is to for people is to give them courage. Say stand up, look what happened, I’m still here. I haven’t been hung from a tree, shot in the chest with my hands tied behind my back with a suicide note stuck to my forehead,” he said.

He said all have to fight this out even if it means going into court and embarrassing yourself.

“I will stand on the Empire State Building in a tutu with a clown hat on my head if that’s what it takes,” he said.

“If we don’t do this our children will go through an even greater hell,” he said.

A link to the show:

Voting Is Critical Says Greg And Leah

Amnesty Is Not Border Crisis Solution Despite Biden Claim

Amnesty Is Not Border Crisis Solution Despite Biden Claim

By Joe Guzzardi

Leading up to President Biden’s State of the Union speech, reporters speculated about how much time, if any, he would give to the Southwest border crisis. The answer is now known. From his one hour, 12 minutes, and 40 seconds-long speech – the eighth-longest SOU address of the last 60 years, and exceeded only by President Bill Clinton, four times, and President Donald Trump, three times, Biden spent about 60 seconds on his open border debacle. Some analysts said that the brief one-minute reference proved that Biden is indifferent to America’s eroded sovereignty that the border chaos created. Others claimed that the border mess is too embarrassing for Biden to acknowledge, and the less he said, the better for him, and his fellow Democrats.

At about the one-hour mark, Biden launched his foray into immigration. Biden shouted out: “America’s border problems won’t be fixed until Congress acts.” He then spoke more specifically about the direction in which he wants Congress to act. “If we don’t pass my comprehensive immigration reform, at least pass my plan to provide the equipment and officers to secure the border and a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers, those on temporary status, farm workers, [and] essential workers.”

Biden followed the well-traveled path that immigration expansionists have long trekked. Whatever problem society might face, the solution today, yesterday, and always is comprehensive immigration reform that includes citizenship. But granting amnesty to an unknown total of illegal immigrants already residing in the U.S. has no relationship to the sovereign-busting open border. Amnesty doesn’t equate to a secure border. More to the point, no one on Capitol Hill knows the precise illegal immigrant total living within the interior. Estimates range from 12 million to 30 million. Illegal aliens have to be unlucky to get deported under Biden and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Immigration and Customs Enforcement removed 72,177 illegal immigrants in FY 2022, slightly more than the 59,011 deported in FY 2021. That number in turn marked a sharp drop from the 185,884 deported in FY 20, and 267,258 in FY 2019.

Biden may want to dismiss the border, or he may be satisfied that his welcome-the-world policy is correct. But the reality is that under Mayorkas, border agents have processed and release more than five million aliens into the interior. Another million or so migrants, called gotaways, have slipped past agents, and are roaming among the general population. No one is certain of their identities, their intentions or their current whereabout. No one is looking for them either, and if they’re located, ICE cannot, as per a Mayorkas memo, deport them. Mayorkas does not have the constitutional authority to rewrite settled immigration laws, but in the Biden administration, legality in immigration law is inconsequential. The only thing Biden and Mayorkas know about immigration laws is that they refuse to enforce them.

The illegal alien border surge will cost U.S. taxpayers $100 billion, and counting. The $100 billion is the open border’s dollar cost. But the human cost, disregarded by Biden and Mayorkas is tragic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wrote that over 150 people die every day from overdoses related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl. Drug cartels have taken advantage of the open border to traffic fentanyl, and have built a multi-billion business around their deadly drug.

In his Spanish-language rebuttal, Mexico-born U.S. Rep. Juan Ciscomani (R-Ariz.) said: “In my home county in Southern Arizona, fentanyl overdoses are the number one cause of death among young people — outpacing car crashes.”

A post-SOTU good news, bad news summary: amnesty has no chance to pass in the 118th Congress, but the nation will have to endure another two years of the lawless Biden administration, and its determination to destroy historic America.

Joe Guzzardi is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist who writes about immigration and related social issues. Joe joined Progressives for Immigration Reform in 2018 as an analyst after a ten-year career directing media relations for Californians for Population Stabilization, where he also was a Senior Writing Fellow. A native Californian, Joe now lives in Pennsylvania. Contact him at

Amnesty Is Not Border Crisis Solution Despite Biden Claim
Amnesty Is Not Border Crisis Solution Despite Biden Claim

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