It’s now crystal clear that Left-leaning nonprofit, non-governmental organizations teamed up with Silicon Valley to spread chaos on election day. Using the COVID-19 pandemic as a ruse to engineer their sinister plan, they inflated mail-in and absentee ballots to cheat.
Conservative political commentator Michelle Malkin says that among the likely suspects is The Center for Tech and Civic Life, a far Left nonprofit organization, which was funded to the tune of at least $250 million by the Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Foundation (of Facebook fame), which teamed up with Google and Ebay founder Pierre Omidyar to sprinkle this money throughout the country, targeting battleground states. Perennially corrupt Philadelphia topped the list of cities receiving funds with $10 million, followed by Detroit at $3.5 million and Minneapolis at $3 million. Four Wisconsin cities, led by Milwaukee, appeared in the Top 10.
“There are no coincidences,” Malkin says. “It appears to me that the Justice Department fell down on the job. I notified a top official at the White House about this in late September, nothing happened then and so now we’re playing catch-up in the courts.”
Ground zero for the chicanery appears to be in the Midwestern swing states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Michigander and member of the Michigan Conservative Coalition Matthew Seely is one of the grass-roots activists on the ground attempting to halt the corruption. He verified Malkin’s reports of mysterious white vans driving up to polling locations with pallets of ballots and describes how Republican observers and challengers are being locked out of areas where votes are being tabulated.
Tune in as Malkin digs deeper into the Democrat corruption and provides actual video evidence at the polling locations.
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