Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another.It includes physical violence, sexual violence, psychological violence, and emotional abuse.Epstein successfully pushed to have the machines decertified.Epstein told the Guardian that exit polls in particular were a dangerously inaccurate way to gauge the legitimacy of an election.
Some examples of abusive tendencies include but are not limited to:1 It is important to note that domestic violence does not always manifest as physical abuse.Emotional and psychological abuse can often be just as extreme as physical violence.Lack of physical violence does not mean the abuser is any less dangerous to the victim, nor does it mean the victim is any less trapped by the abuse.Jones is the country’s leading conspiracy theorist and has claimed that 9/11, numerous school shootings, and other tragedies were perpetrated by the government. Post: Stone Partner “Planned Voter Intimidation Using Fake ID Badges, Fake Exit Polling.” The Huffington Post’s Christina Wilkie reported that Vote Protectors, which has partnered with Stone and his Stop the Steal group, “planned voter intimidation using fake ID badges" and "fake exit polling”: Stone’s group created an official-looking ID badge for its volunteers to wear, and its volunteers planned to videotape voters and conduct fake “exit polls,” efforts that election experts say risks intimidating and confusing voters. Stone said that unlike the model currently run by Vote Protectors, his group would “ask each poll worker to sign a sworn affidavit that the information they turn in for tabulation is true based on interviews.” These affidavits, Stone told radio host Alex Jones Tuesday, could then be used by the Trump campaign to contest the election results.
Or at least that’s what the group was planning to do before The Huffington Post asked Stone about it on Tuesday. [The Huffington Post, 10/25/16] Stone told the Guardian that around 1,300 volunteers from the controversial Citizens for Trump grassroots coalition would conduct exit polling in Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, Fort Lauderdale, Charlotte, Richmond and Fayetteville – all locations in pivotal swing states.He speaks frequently with Trump and worked as a paid adviser to his campaign last year.