Billings began the March 28 edition of his Brighteon.TV program by advising good patriots to be careful and hold elected officials accountable, including the ones who claim to be on their side. He then introduced Snider, who gave a brilliant testimony before the Kansas Senate. Billings then asked Snider, a native of the Sunflower State, about what he and his fellow patriots are doing about the issues in their home.
In response, Snider said he and his fellow patriots are challenging House Bill (HB) 2086. The 54-page omnibus election bill was passed in the Kansas House of Representatives in a 122-0 vote. According to the election activist, HB 2086 is a "cover-up bill" aiming to hide the maladministration of the state's elections by the office of the Kansas State Secretary Scott Schwab. (Related: Michigan judge rules secretary of state VIOLATED STATE LAW when she issued new rules regarding absentee balloting.)
Snider further blasted the bill as "convoluted, complex and impossible to understand," especially if a person does not have the slightest bit of understanding about how the election process works. The proposal was far from a "clean-up" bill that sought to fix some issues in the election system; instead it was one that would actually change the system completely.
Aside from this, he also told Billings about the change from auditing physical paper ballots to digital images of them – which runs contrary to a Kansas statute calling for the use of actual paper ballots to conduct post-election audits. Schwab authorizing the county clerk to use digital images or photocopies for audit purposes directly violated this rule, Snider pointed out.
For his part, Billings said he has a simple litmus test to identify if a candidate or incumbent official is a RINO – they are indeed one if they do not support full forensic audits of every election. The host of "The Right Side" stressed that Americans must get to the bottom of the election instability and the election fraud in the country because that is where it all begins.
He also noted that the RINO problem in America is much worse than the communist-socialist party, because the RINOs conceal their actual intent. Billings continued: "They don't often reveal that until they're trying to put forth legislation, rules and regulations upon us that are not conservative by nature."
Given the passing of HB 2086, "The Right Side" host pointed out that Kansas state lawmakers are "clearly not America First – and in this case, not Kansas First."
Billings ultimately reiterated: "We need to get back to paper ballots. This electronic manipulation of data has got to be stopped."
Snider himself agreed with the sentiment. In relation to this, he recounted how the county commissioner race in Kansas' Cherokee County was flipped – with the wrong person winning thanks to electronic votes. A hand count of the paper ballots was done, Snider continued, and the actual winner was eventually proclaimed.