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More proof the 2020 presidential election was rigged

The National Pulse is reporting:

Emails and documents obtained by the Wisconsin Spotlight allege that individuals affiliated with Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Tech and Civic Life took control of election procedures, including giving left-wing advisers “access to boxes of absentee ballots before the election.”

In new, bombshell revelations, investigations reveal the $1.6 million spent in the city of Green Bay led to the “infiltration of the November presidential elections by liberal groups and Democratic activists,” according to the group.

The Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) placed Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein as the city’s point man for the organization’s effort in the Wisconsin city, who has previously worked for Democratic candidates and interned for a “fiercely liberal” Democrat from the New York City Council.

He attempted to assist Green Bay election officials in “curing” absentee ballots that were returned to the city clerk due to errors in inaccuracies.

“Can we help with curing absentee ballots that are missing a signature or witness signature address?” he wrote to Green Bay city clerk, Kris Teske in an Oct. 7 email.

offer, the office of the city’s Democratic mayor applied pressure.

“The grant mentors would like to meet with you to discuss, further, the ballot curing process. Please let them know when you’re available,” Mayor Eric Genrich’s Chief of Staff demanded of the city clerk.

On the ground, emails reveal local officials “growing frustration with the mayor, his chief of staff, the city’s ad hoc elections committee, and the nonprofit interlopers who were making themselves at home in Green Bay election administration.”

“As you know I am very frustrated, along with the Clerk’s Office. I don’t know what to do anymore. I am trying to explain the process but it isn’t heard. I don’t feel I can talk to the Mayor after the last meeting you, me, Celestine, and the Mayor had even though the door is supposedly open,” the city clerk wrote to Green Bay Finance Director Diana Ellenbecker in late August.

“I don’t understand how people who don’t have knowledge of the process can tell us how to manage the election,” the city clerk added before revealing her staff members were wanting to quit and felt “ignored or bullied” by the Mayor’s office.

“Eventually, Teske could take no more. On October 22, she wrote in an email she was taking a leave of absence. By the end of the year she had officially resigned to take a similar position with the nearby community of Ashwaubenon,” Wisconsin Spotlight notes, adding that in her absence, CTCL’s “Spitzer-Rubenstein and his team ramped up their involvement in the upcoming election, leading just about every aspect of Green Bay’s election administration.”

“The KI Convention Center at Green Bay’s Hyatt Regency was where the election team decided to locate the city’s Central Count and where the absentee ballots were stored, late in the game. Central Count originally was to be at city hall, but space limitations and COVID-19 concerns forced the move to the convention center. At one point, a city official, after talking with a representative from the National Vote at Home Institute, was “brainstorming” about how the city could livestream Central Count at city hall “so that (election observers) do not enter the building,” the Wisconsin Spotlight adds. 

CTCL’s Spitzer-Rubenstein was also given keys to the room where the absentee ballots were stored, and a Hyatt Regency checklist instructed staff, “DO NOT UNLOCK GRAND BALLROOM UNTIL Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein IS WITH SECURITY WHEN UNLOCKING THE GRAND BALLROOM DOORS.”

A County Clerk added that Spitzer-Rubenstein would have four of the five keys to the KI Center’s ballroom “several days before the election” before informing the Wisconsin Elections Commission that she believed the Central Count location was “tainted by the influence of a person working for an outside organization affecting the election.”

Read the emails at the original source:  REVEALED: Emails Show Zuckerberg-Funded Group Overruling Election Officials, Accessing Mail-In Ballots BEFORE Election. (thenationalpulse.com)

 



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Should the current Congress, under the care of the Democratic Socialists, have the right to pass new legislation - H.R. 1 - attempting to strip these 50 states united from managing their own elections?
  Yes, elections have consequences and the Democratic Socialists are now fully in charge.
  No, the partisan passing of H.R. 1, by only the Democratic Socialists, to create an illegitimate rich environment to corrupt elections and control the ballot box is fully unconstitutional.
  I just don't care.
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( March 14th, 2021 @ 11:47 am )
 
It should be no surprise that this collusion between big tech and big government leads to exclusion of us regular folks known as patriots and citizens of the United States. It's more convenient for the two former groups to see us only as serfs - not citizens with citizenship rights.

The level of election fraud allowed in our last election cannot be allowed to happen again.
Jann said:
( March 12th, 2021 @ 9:26 am )
 
No surprise being that Jeff Rothschild is a large shareholder of Facebook. Also Sheryl Sandberg is chief operating officer of Facebook. For those that do not know who she is, she was United States secretary of Treasury under Bill Clinton. She was also in sales operations at Google.



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