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Stone said Monday that the lawsuits are “without merit and the lawyers who filed [them] could face sanctions.” In an email to , Stone explained that Stop the Steal and another group intend to conduct a “neutral, scientifically based EXIT POLL [sic] in order to compare the actual machine results with the exit poll results in 7000 key precincts.Precincts are chosen base [sic] on one party rule and past reports of irregularities—not racial make-up as falsely reported in the alt-left media.” According to Stone, his group intended to ask voters who they voted for on a voluntary basis, and he did not see how that could be construed as intimidating.
Ten days later, during a speech in Akron, Ohio, Trump told the crowd that they had to gather friends and family and go “watch” others vote.
The state Democrats are also asking that Trump, Stone’s organization, and the state Republican parties be prevented from engaging in this type of behavior or interacting with voters to “interrogate” them about their voting status.
Trump campaign spokesperson Hope Hicks didn’t respond to a request for comment.
We flipped the script and interviewed the editor of The Compass (and all-around style maven), Garry Mendez to get the skinny on who can pull off this look and how to do it.
You can’t really tell if you’re a T-shirt and suit guy until you try it.
It's officially family reunion season which means it's time for intense games of spades, hearing that story uncle Craig tells you every time he sees you, and the promise of grandma's home-cooked food.
The season also comes with the that inevitable family tree T-shirt that's in desperate need of some styling.
“I’ll admit that even I didn’t try it until recently.
I didn’t want it to look forced and I was nervous I’d be self-conscious.” Garry Mendez (right) rocks the all black suit and T-shirt look with Compass designer, Howard Kyong.
He added that there was no coordination with the Republican National Committee, the individual state parties, or the Trump campaign.
“We seek only to determine if the election is honestly and fairly conducted and to provide [an] evidentiary basis for a challenge to the election if that is not the case,” he said.
Last Wednesday, the Democratic National Committee sued the Republican National Committee in federal court in New Jersey, alleging that the RNC’s support of Trump’s calls for aggressive election observers and the RNC’s activities violated the decades-old court order.