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  • "There is a growing toxic movement in some corners of the country that are perfectly willing to accept criminal acts in the election and furtherance of a broader progressive agenda," former Justice Department Voting Section attorney J. Christian Adams said during a March 25 interview on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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  • "There is this corrupt attitude that is beginning to gain total acceptance in some corners of government and academia, that accepts criminality in American elections in the name of payback time."

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