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Why are Republican Election Officials Partnering with Potential Frauds
We are on the verge of losing our country because of lazy “go-along, get-along” thinking. We ought to accept nothing less than full transparency in the 2020 election audits before pretending to ensure safer voting in 2022.
It’s time our states’ election officials answer some hardball questions. For example, why are they supporting events and organizations that are partnered with leftists, Dems, and potential frauds?
To date, Dominion, leftists, and many Democrats have been openly resisting the search for truth. But, so are many Republican election officials. It’s time to call them out to explain whether they are complicit in the dubious “affiliations” of these non-profits to which they belong or simply ignorant.
Either way, we voters deserve to know!
Activist, investigative journalist, and former political candidate Laura Loomer published an article on June 7, 2021. It exposed the dubious nature of a non-profit called the Florida Supervisors of Elections (FSE).
In a press release dated February 19, 2021, the FSE stated that they have “long served as a resource for legislators as they consider changes to Florida’s election laws.” Strangely, they did not support Florida’s recent election reform bills SB90 and HB7041.
The FSE’s summer convention a month ago featured eyebrow-raising speakers such as Dominion, ES&S, and Trump’s fired Director of CISA (cybersecurity division of the DHS).
Chris Krebs was the “genius” who said 2020 was the most secure election in the history of America. He was later replaced as a speaker with “genius” number two.
As Loomer asks, “why do we even need an Association of SOEs [Supervisors of Elections] in the form of a non-profit that doesn’t appear to have any government accountability, actively influencing, working with, and supposedly ‘training’ our actual elected Supervisors of Elections?” Good question.
Since then, The Gateway Pundit (TGP) has published similarly disturbing articles about two nationally recognized, election-related, non-profit organizations that also appear to be official government entities but are not.
According to the TGP article, the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) and the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED) “received donations from voting machine companies, ballot printing companies, Zuckerberg’s non-profit as well as a Hillary-related non-profit in 2020.”
Dominion Voting Systems, ES&S, Hart InterCivic, and Smartmatic donated to one or both of these organizations, along with “[t]wo of the major ballot printing shops in the United States certified to print Dominion paper ballot products.” Sounds like quite the racket.
Surely though, Republican elections officials wouldn’t associate with such conflicted organizations. Would they?
According to the NASS’ own website, membership includes Brad Raffensperger, the now-disgraced Republican Georgian Secretary of State. That Raffensperger is a member isn’t surprising. For Laurel M. Lee, Florida’s Republican Secretary of State, to be a member is. But, because Lee was also a speaker at the FSE Convention in June, it’s hard to dismiss her ignorance of the affiliates, speakers, and vendors.
Another affiliate listed on the NASS website is Democracy Live, also listed as a Vendor at the FSE Convention. Its website boasts of having been “[a]warded the ‘2019 Accessibility in Voting Award’ presented at the United Nations,” presumably for making voting more accessible to the disabled, the military, and those overseas. That accounts for more than 25 million voters, according to them.
Had another article from TGP not caught my eye regarding the United Nations involvement in our elections, I’d have dismissed Democracy Live’s affiliation with both non-profits completely. But, it was too shocking to ignore.
That article claims that “Harri Hursti, Ph.D., computer scientist, and Elizabeth Howard, Cybersecurity and Elections Counsel of the radical, Soros-funded nonprofit, the Brennan Center for Justice in Manhattan, are both experts in election cybersecurity. In 2018 they were part of a UN initiative surrounding election cybersecurity, and now they are part of efforts to derail or sabotage audits of the 2020 election, Howard in Maricopa County, Arizona, and Hursti in Windham, New Hampshire.” Such information has been made public already.
What is lesser known is that “Howard and Hursti briefed a roomful of U.N. election observers on November 3, 2018. That briefing … concerned election cybersecurity. Three days later, on Election Day, a team of 186 U.N. election observers was deployed all over America – we don’t know where – to observe our mid-term elections and to gather data for the U.N.” Say what?
According to TGP, “the U.N. is actually allowed, via treaties, to come into our country and observe our elections! Thankfully, a state can elect to prohibit this type of international meddling, and 18 of the more sensible ones have closed their borders to such international observations.” I’d like to know which 32 are cooperating?
According to their website, one of Democracy Live’s “solutions” to “social voting” (their term) is called LiveBallot.
In a press release by Democracy Live dated Nov. 12, 2018, LiveBallot was reviewed as “a terrific tool to help the NEA spread the word about our candidates and mobilize our voters with our preferred ballot selections,’ stated Tim Reed, Senior Digital Strategist who leads the NEA Education Votes project. In 2018, LiveBallot was selected by the Sierra Club, National Education Association (NEA), California Democratic Party, and dozens of other organizations….”
To which “our candidates,” “our voters,” and “our ballot selections” they are referring is a question worth asking. But, given that the above-noted organizations are known, hard-leftist groups, it doesn’t take much guessing.
As if that’s not alarming enough, an October 30, 2018 press release announced the coming of the “audio ballot” via the Amazon Echo platform. “[S]mart devices like the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Sonos One will be installed in a majority (55%) of U.S. households by the year 2022. By that time, over 70 million households will have at least one of these smart speakers in their home”.
Having just witnessed the most fraudulent election ever in America, mixed with the widespread hacking so many companies are experiencing today, does anyone else see a potential problem ahead?
Following the FSE Convention, one county Supervisor of Elections in Florida, Pinellas’ Julie Marcus, announced that a new scanning solution called Clear Ballot would be incorporated into the election process from now on. That “solution” is yet another listed affiliate on the NASS website and was a vendor at the FSE convention, as well.
If this all seems overwhelming, it’s designed to. The left’s idol, Saul Alinsky, wrote 13 tactics in his book Rules for Radicals. All of them were intended for use to transform America to socialism, then communism. His tactic #8 is “the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure on the opposition.” The left has been at this for a very long time.
Floridians tout how safe our elections were in 2020. “We got it right,” the saying goes. Measures have been taken to tighten up our laws, sure. But are we missing the bigger picture?
To affect change, don’t just read this article. Check if your Secretary of State is a member of the NASS here. You’ll find their contact info there as well. Please make a copy of this article and mail it to them with a signature request receipt. Then follow up to get their response. And don’t forget to share this with other concerned citizens you know.
The 2022 election is around the corner. With information like Loomer’s and TGP’s, we’ve no time to waste. Unfortunately, the bad news doesn’t end with the FSE and NASS. In part two on this subject, find out how the NASED is not only just as bad, it doubles election troubles ahead.
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