Craig Huey: The HR1 Bill ‘Opens the Door to Fraud That You Can Never Overcome’

Craig Huey: The HR1 Bill ‘Opens the Door to Fraud That You Can Never Overcome’

 

Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed creator of the Huey Report and direct mail expert, Craig Huey, in-studio to discuss the HR1 bill that would put the country in danger allowing for voting regulations that encourage fraud and wins for Democrats.

Leahy: Tennessee remains one of the 35 states out there where freedom is still a possibility. California is one of the 15 states where freedom really is not a possibility. And living evidence of that in our studio right now Craig Huey who escaped from California and wants to make sure that doesn’t happen to Tennessee. There’s a Californian in Washington. Her name is Nancy Pelosi, and she embodies everything that’s wrong with America. But she has power right now. And she has introduced a bill that’s passed in the House. HR1.

It’s about to go to the Senate. Perhaps the worst bill in modern American history. Let me just read from Joel Pollak my colleague at Breitbart. House Democrats passed HR 1. This was back on March 4. The so-called for the people act on Wednesday. The bill would radically change American democracy, nationalizing elections, and making permanent changes to voting rules that would virtually ensure Democrats never lose another election. Let’s just pause for a moment, Craig. This is dangerous stuff.

Huey: Michael, it is the most dangerous bill possible. And the reason they’re pushing it hard is they know they have this window of opportunity right at the beginning more so than the in anytime in the next two years. It’s their number one priority. If they can change the election they will permanently be able to win 2022 and 2024.

They will change the election in the entire United States. This HR1, for example, legalizes in every state in the union what’s called ballot harvesting. Ballot harvesting is outlawed in most states. 39 states have it legal in some form or another. I come from California. California was one of the first states to pass ballot harvesting.

Leahy: And let me just interject. When I hear ballot harvesting, I think this is a way for Democrats to cheat. That’s what I think.

Huey: It’s voter fraud on steroids. This bill legalizes voter fraud. And basically what happens is this. Let’s say if that passes then Tennessee is forced to allow ballot harvesting that means political operatives people who are trained political door to door knockers can go to a house, show them how to vote with a voter guide, pick up that ballot, and they can deliver 50, 100, 500, 1000 ballots a thousand ballots to the voter booth and nobody knows who this person is. They could throw away Republican ballots. They could order ballots. They can go to nursing homes go out and pick up all the ballots.

Leahy: So in other words, they can go to somebody’s house and they say hey, fill out the ballot. I’ll take it to the registrar for you.

Huey: Yes. Michael, I’m going to send you a video that you can use of a professional ballot harvester and she knocks on the door and she’s got the data. And she knows the parents who have opened the door are Republican. She doesn’t want to talk to him. She’s been to that house 10 times to talk to the daughter.

The daughter is her target. She wants to pick up her ballot and she says I’m from the Democratic Party as a service to help pick up the ballot and deliver it. And she then will be able to go all the way from school board to governor or president depending on the election as to who to vote for. It transforms politics by 10, 15, 20 percent. And basically, it comes who is the most organized wins. That’s what it is. Who can get at the most ballots.

Huey: And then if you add the fraudulent part…

Leahy: It’s prone to fraud because with ballot harvesting you could go to the house of an elderly Republican couple. They could take the ballots. They could throw them away.

Huey: Totally. Throw them away or older them. And then you’ve got in California 450,000 ballots were sent out to people who are dead. People who have moved. Kids who have gone off to college. Duplicate ballots 40 to 50,000. Now if I go to an apartment and I see these mailboxes I see ballots there. I could pick them up before they’re delivered. If I know who’s getting duplicate ballots I can get those duplicate ballots and hand in a couple of ballots. It opens the door to fraud that you can never overcome.

Leahy: Yeah, and that’s before the Senate. 50 Republicans, 50 Democrats. And it looks like the Democrats are going to try to jam this through.

Huey: They’re going to try to jam it through. They have a very good chance. It will be universal mail-in ballots without a clean voter roll. Voter ID is the number one way to prevent fraud. It makes it illegal to have a voter ID.

Leahy: Which is ridiculous.

Huey: Totally.

Leahy: Talk about transforming our country from a constitutional republic to something like the old Russian Communist party.

Huey: It also tries to get people to register all online. I had a dog registered online (Leahy laughs) in California. Three elections I got the mail-in ballot for the dog at my office address. And when I moved to Tennessee, the ballot followed me.

Leahy: The dog can still vote.

Huey: Yes. There’s no control in doing online registration. And then it also demands that anybody is put on the voter roll who’s on welfare, Obamacare, any type of government agency whether they’re legal or not they’re put on as voters. This is corrupt. This is wrong. And it must be stopped.

Leahy: Well and you kind of get to really the existential element of the survival of our constitutional republic. We are there right now.

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: Of course now 20 attorneys general in the United States have called this unconstitutional. It is unconstitutional because supervision of election is a state function. So now the national federal government is usurping the state authority.

Huey: Unconstitutionally because it is.

Leahy: Here’s the problem. Let me be totally blunt here. The federal courts have in many regards abandoned originalism. And certainly, the big effort by Donald Trump was to put a lot of conservative originalist jurists in the federal court. And they succeeded to a degree asterisk. What is it about a judge that purports to be conservative?

Once they are on the bench you look at their opinions. I’ll give you an example. Big, big push. So Donald Trump names three “conservatives” to the Supreme Court. Big political battles over all of them. A lot of political capital was spent to get them on. New Gorsuch confirmed. Brett Kavanaugh confirmed. Amy Coney Barrett confirmed.

Now if you look at their decisions, Gorsuch is really kind of a libertarian. Not exactly a Scalia originalist, textualist. Kavanaugh and Barrett, let me be blunt, are huge disappointments. Their votes are more like John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy than they are like Anthony Scalia. Do you see that as well?

Huey: I see it but I have hope that you’re going to see from the Supreme Court to the lower bench appointments at the transformation of the judiciary but it still has appointees in there that are judges that are judicial. I think there is a step forward. We have to be prepared now for Biden who will be using the bench to transform society, culture, and politics from the bench. They’re going to legislate from the bench. So we’re now really in a four-year period of danger.

Leahy: Big-time danger. No question about that. And I pray for the health of Clarence Thomas and Justice Alito every day.

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21 in ’23: Leahy and Huey Talking Elections by Marketing Smarter, Organizing Better, and Getting out the Vote

21 in ’23: Leahy and Huey Talking Elections by Marketing Smarter, Organizing Better, and Getting out the Vote

 

Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed creator of the Huey Report and direct mail expert, Craig Huey, to the studio to strategize a way for conservatives to take back Nashville’s Metro Council and other local government positions.

Leahy: In the studio, California Refugee and marketing expert Craig Huey. Craig, just you and me here talking.

Huey: Okay.

Leahy: Do you think we can put a plan together so that common sense takes back the Metro Council here in Nashville in August of 2023 when the elections are up?

Huey: Michael, let me tell you a secret. A secret that is very important. If you are able to activate a small group of people in the Nashville area the answer is absolutely. you can take over the city council. You can take over the mayor’s job. You can take over the school board and it is something that can be done because it’s replicated throughout the United States by people who are able to organize.

And if you take a look at what the left does and if you take a look at what the Socialists do and you take a look at what they do, they’re doing things right. They are doing things with modern technology and data. And conservatives and Republicans are normally looking at it from 20 years ago. They’re marketing as if it wasn’t 2021.

Leahy: That’s where we are. It’s 2021. I have an idea here. I got a phrase here. And I talked to Steve Glover about this yesterday. He feels there are 40 members of the Metro Council. And 30 of them are liberal lunatics.

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: And they don’t have any comments and they do stupid things. Yes, everything they do stupid. Stupid stupid stupid. And there are about 7 to 10 that are moderate to conservative who have some level of common sense including Steve Glover Metro Council Member At-Large. So five members of the council are elected at-large in the entire metro Davidson County Nashville area and the 35 districts, right?

So right now the mix is let’s say 30 left-wing lunatic nut cases and then 10 common sense people right now. And that may be a little bit generous on the common sense. But let’s go with that. So elections are in August of 2023. Steve Glover thinks that we can can take back 15 of those 40. And I think that’s probably realistic. But I’m going to give you a phrase here. Let’s see if this works. 21 in 23.

Huey: I love it.

Leahy: You like that?

Huey: I love it.

Leahy: That’s vision. 21 in 23. I like that idea. So what that means is 21 of the 40 members of the Metro Council in the August could be not left-wing lunatics, but people with common sense and who are moderate to conservative. 21 in 23. Just you and me here talking. So this is a grand vision. How do we get there?

Huey: You get there by understanding that the key is identifying your voter and getting them out to vote. And that’s what started with Obama and moved ahead.

Leahy: The original community organizer.

Huey: Oh my goodness he was great.

Leahy: As a community organizer. Not so great as a president.

Huey: But he was great at mobilizing people revolutionized marketing and advertising for politics. And he was able to get out the vote like never before. And so what they did at that time has been perfected. You saw it in Georgia with Stacey Abrams and being able to organize people to turn Georgia. And they would like to do that here in Tennessee.

And basically what we need to be able to do is identify who our voters are and then when the election comes get them to the polls. It sounds easy but it’s not. It takes leadership and takes organization and it takes understanding how to collect that data and that’s what they’re good at. They know how to identify who their potential voters are and they’re able then to create a database of who those are. And so they know who’s interested in crime.

They know who’s interested in schools. They know who’s interested in the homeless problem. They know all these different things. And so Mrs. Jones, they know that she’s really interested in education. So when they go to her and they talk about we’ve got to improve education they are able to communicate on her level and then make sure that she goes to the poll.

So they register and they get out the vote. And they’ll go up to her and they’ll say it election day! Have you mailed in your ballot? Can I help you mail in your ballot? Can I drive you to the poll? And then you know, okay, you’re going to go on your own. Well, I tell you what, right after the election the next day I’m going to come back to your house. I’m going to say how did it go voting? They found that it increases turnout 10 percent. The Democrats have this whole plan of how to identify and mobilize. That’s what we have.

Leahy: Not only do they have that. They have a myriad, every city in the country has a myriad of nonprofits funded by left-wing billionaires and donors where people can do this. People get paid to do this. It seems like just about everybody if you look at these 30 left-wing lunatics of the 40 members on the Metro Council board right now, they all seem to have some level of connection to either being a teacher, a union, or some kind of nonprofit, and they’re able to devote a lot of their time to this level of organization because left-wing billionaires spend their money like crazy. Whereas on the conservative side, conservatives are a little bit less generous with their money supporting the cause. That’s what I’ve found.

Huey: You are 100 percent right Michael. That’s why we have to market smarter, organize better, and get out the vote.

Leahy: Trouble brewing here for the bad guys here in Tennessee if we put this 21 in ’23 plan together.

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California Refugee and Now Nashvillian Craig Huey Joins Leahy in Studio to Discuss His Transition to Tennessee and How to Help Make It Easier

California Refugee and Now Nashvillian Craig Huey Joins Leahy in Studio to Discuss His Transition to Tennessee and How to Help Make It Easier

 

Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed Craig Huey of The Huey Report and California Refugee in studio to discuss some of the specifics of why he left California and what might be done to help acclimate new Tennesseans on local government and processes.

Leahy: We are joined in studio by our favorite, California Refugee, Craig Huey. Good morning, Craig.

Huey: Good morning. It’s great to be here.

Leahy: You know, I say that you’re our favorite California Refugee. I think there are a lot of people here probably listening say I want to be your favorite California Refugee. (Laughter)

Huey: Yes. There are just so many it’s just a flood of people coming in.

Leahy: This is a fun program for me to talk about this and how Nashville and Middle Tennessee are in the process of being transformed by the migration of people of various political ideologies but led by conservatives. But there’s also a mix of moderates and liberals from California, Illinois, and New York coming into town.

The real estate markets going to be booming here for years to come as long as we are a state with no state income tax because that’s in our state constitution. And as long as we don’t get taken over by these left-wing lunatics, who all do their propaganda promoters and they’re all over the place are funded by all these left-wing nonprofits. I want to go back to you Craig. And by the way, if you’re if you’re listening and you want to weigh in and you’re and you’re listening on the iHeart Radio App out in California, and you’re looking for a lifeline and you’re looking for a place to land call us at 615- 737-9522.

Or if your recent California arrival here, or if you’ve been surrounded by California rivals. Talk to us. So you have so much information about California and the thinking process. You’re going to explain a little bit about that and what your experience is with people in California and their thought process about the escape to Tennessee and other places.

Huey: Absolutely. It’s such a failed state it California.

Leahy: California.

Huey: California is a failed State and I spoke probably the 25 different groups before March of 2020. Between January and March.

Leahy: Your move here comes in June of 2020 right?

Huey: I shut down the California operation in May. And moved here in June.

Leahy: Okay, great. So this was before your big Move?

Huey: Before the big move.

Leahy: Had you made the decision to move?

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: Ah, okay. So you’re in California?

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: January to March of 2020 and you speak to 25 groups. What do you say how do they respond?

Huey: So I ask this one question at the beginning of almost every talk. How many of you are thinking of leaving California? Literally, Michael 90 percent of the people raise their hands. Then I would ask them how many of you know somebody who has moved out of California? Literally, 100 percent of the people raise their hands. The thing that holds them back is fear, lack of knowledge, and family ties in the area.

Leahy: Family ties is one I hear often. And you think about it. Let’s say you’ve got children or parents.

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: Are you going to abandon them to the travails of living in California.

Huey: Exactly. It’s very painful. Some of the employees when I gave them the option to move to Nashville. I sent everybody out to Nashville take a look.

Leahy: So all of your employees yet how many what 30.

Huey: About 25.

Leahy: 25 employees. So I went by and had a talk with our friends at the daily wire last. They’ve moved from California. I went by their offices. They love it here, but they had a similar experience. So you have your 25 employees and you sent them here to look around. How do they respond?

Huey: So they love it out here, but it’s the family who are the ones who didn’t want to leave.

Leahy: It was the family that was the reason and so for those that don’t come who don’t come they have family, but they want to leave then it’s very difficult to figure that out isn’t it.

Huey: Yeah. Well here’s the thing Michael. In California you’ve got an income tax that’s 12.5 going up to 13.5 going up to 16.

Leahy: It’s going up to 16 percent?

Huey: 16. That’s where it’s headed.

Leahy: Oh my goodness.

Huey: Exactly. Gasoline, because the taxes and regulations are an extra dollar fifty a gallon. You’ve got my wife when she got our electric and water bill, she called the water here in Tennessee.

Leahy: Here in Tennessee?

Huey: In Tennessee. She called saying you made a mistake. You didn’t charge me enough because it was so cheap. (Leahy laughs) We have saved it an incredible amount and I better employees less cost. and I gotta tell you when business owners discover what they can do they’ll want to come to Tennessee. when people understand the quality of life. And in my community where I live in Williamson County, most of the people are from out of state. And those who are out of state most of them are from California. business owners and people who have moved to flee the regulations and the fear that’s in California.

Leahy: Well a business owner, we want to bring a business owner in here don’t we?

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: Because they’re more likely to think like us.

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: If they’re a business owner.

Huey: They’re conservative. Yes.

Leahy: Now in contrast an executive at a Fortune 500 company is probably not going to think like us.

Huey: Yeah, so I know it’s a worry and it’s got to be a worry and it’s a legitimate worry. Honestly, the people that I talk to and have not found that there is a collectivist status liberal type of mentality coming. I have seen the consistency of people have different shades of wanting to vote conservative. Not vote for any type of socialist program. So I know the worry. I haven’t seen it.

But it is something where I think it’s to the benefit of Tennessee to bring in the right people. And you can do that. If you’re a real estate agent, there are people who are marketing homes and communities just in California. And they get a Facebook ad so anybody that searching for leaving California. Or searching for something in Texas an ad can pop up for Tennessee. So we’re going to have to add introduce you to Rumble too and Clout Hub and all those alternatives so we can use those as well.

Huey: Yes.

Leahy: So let me ask you this. Instaundit.com. Glenn Reynolds. Great guy professor of constitutional law at the University of Tennessee. He had this concept that we ought to have a Welcome Wagon package for folks. So having arrived here what kind of a Welcome Wagon set of information would you find you have found helpful?

Huey: I would have found helpful how to be able to get its things as simple as changing the registration of my car. Because we’ve been down there for five times finding out that there are all kinds of restrictions. I would have found it helpful of who my representatives are. I would have found it helpful how the legislature is has changed from California.

Leahy: And so when you say change from California, give us some more details on that.

Huey: Sure. So in California, we have the city council and we have County Supervisors. We have assemblymen and state senators. And then of course all the bureaucrats.

Leahy: There is a lot of them.

Huey: A lot of beurecrats. We just do not know Tennessee governance and how it operates. We looked at Williamson County and and and and a Davidson County figuring out who are all these people?

Leahy: What do they do.

Huey: Yes. What are they doing?

Leahy: Maybe what we ought to do is have a little introductory program and how your local county government works. How your local city government works. And if you’re in a city, how the state legislature works. And how the Tennessee state bureaucracy works or doesn’t work.

Huey: Probably doesn’t work.

Leahy: Have you been able to do the change in registration for your car yet? Have you succeeded?

Huey: We have not.

Leahy: Why is that?

Huey: My wife is my wife went down during the pandemic to try to get it changed and she couldn’t get the appointment. Then she goes down. It’s an hour wait and she finds out it’s not the DMV. She has to go to a different location.

Leahy: She has to go to the county?

Huey: She goes to the county to another building and it’s an hour wait line and she can’t do it. She comes back another time can’t do it. She comes in line and she finds out that the dealer has to have a letter agreeing to the change of registration and it’s not on the website. She never was told this. After waiting in line she has to go back and we have to deal with the dealership. So we’re still working on it.

Leahy: Well, I’ve been to Williamson County Clerk. They actually have been pretty good but it sounds like they need to improve their game a little bit. Williamson County Clerk, I think it’s Elaine Anderson. She’s been there for a long time. Ms. Anderson, you might want to call us and help out Craig here.

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