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The tiny town of Juliette, Georgia is almost a village, out in the woods north of Macon, a pre-Civil War railroad hub, and about an hour southeast of Atlanta on Highway 23 near the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. The nearest landmark is Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site, but it’s not the sort of plantation you’re imagining; rather than the white-columned facade of Gone with the Wind’s Tara with peacocks strutting through the yard and handsome beaux entertaining ladies in the shade of the porch, Jarrell Plantation is more of a farmstead, with timber frame buildings greyed with age and covered…

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If there’s one thing everyone in America knows about elections, it’s that Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016 by sweeping the electoral college despite a huge deficit in the popular vote — almost three million ballots or more than two percentage points. More Americans voted for Hillary Clinton than for any other losing presidential candidate in history, and despite Trump’s flailings, there has never been any evidence uncovered to indicate that any significant number of votes were cast illegally for Clinton, let alone enough to have swung the popular vote in her favor.

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