The Election Accusation Accountability Act.

Any accusation or allegation of wrongdoing against any candidate for elective office made within three months of an election, or a judicial nominee within two months of a confirmation hearing, the accuser or alleger shall be required to follow up and prosecute to the full extent of the law, the exact accusation or allegation after the election or confirmation, or said accusation or allegation will be judged to be an election or confirmation fraud, and shall be prosecuted as a false allegation or accusation, or false police report, or liable and slander against the candidate, and the accuser shall be subject to the fine and prison time of the crime they are accusing the candidate for office of doing, and shall be subject to other criminal penalties and civil lawsuits as well.

Accusations or allegations made of candidates or nominees for office shall be by regular due process, according the accuser or alleger, and the accused or alleged actions of the candidate, the regular course of law enforcement, including but not limited to: normal investigations, search and seizure, warrants, due process, grand jury, indictments, trials, and verdicts, per the Fourth through Eighth Amendments to the Constitution. Allegations or accusations made of a declared candidate for office within six months of the election shall proceed without any restriction or condition of this act, until an official investigation case by law enforcement has been formally opened, at which time there shall be a media blackout as to the proceedings until such time as the case is closed, or the election takes place, after which any and all media blackouts shall be lifted.

The purpose of this law is to prevent false accusations, or false impressions to voters resulting from accusations or allegations, for the purpose of rigging or swaying an election,  Nor should Senators be subject to rigged hearings confirming judicial and other nominees.  History has shown such accusations or allegations of crimes are traditionally many years in the past, making them hard to prove, and hard to defend against. Therefore, to preserve the right of the accused or alleged, the right of the accuser and the alleger, and the right of the people to an honest, fair, and election/confirmation free of deception, propaganda, and false information, impression or influence, this act is necessary. However this Act shall not apply to any allegation or accusation of a crime committed within the six months preceding an election or confirmation. This is so as not to give a candidate for office any perception or grant of immunity from prosecution for any criminal action engaged in within either the six month or three month periods preceding an election.

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