Conservatives Must Flood Polling Places in November. It’s Harder to Cheat When the Vote is Not Close

For Americans concerned about the integrity of the upcoming mid-term elections in November, this bit of news is anything from disconcerting, to frustrating, to infuriating. The Federalist’s Victoria Marshall reported, “Democrat Operatives Control Voter Rolls in 31 States….”

While even the most emphatic effort to drive voter turnout for “your side” may be laudable, as with the corrupted 2020 national election, when that effort either silently strays or boldly trudges into unethical or possibly illegal behavior, conservatives and Republicans must flood the polls. Why? It’s harder to cheat when the vote isn’t close.

According to Marshall, “A prominent voter-roll management system used by 31 states and the District of Columbia has politically compromised ties, according to a new report by independent research group Verity Vote.”

The primary mover seems to be the reportedly ethically challenged “far-left activist David Becker…” along with the “left-leaning Pew Charitable Trusts… ostensibly run by the member states themselves.”

“But as public records show,” Marshall writes, “Democratic operatives are working overtime under the cover of ERIC to accomplish their partisan goals and drive Democratic voter turnout.”

ERIC” stands for Electronic Registration Information Center, which Becker started in 2012. So, it’s no surprise to see George Soros’ name surface almost immediately when researching Becker’s bio.

“Becker worked as a lobbyist for People for the American Way, a George Soros-funded advocacy group best known for the Right Wing Watch project, a website that catalogs and attacks conservative politicians and movements.”

Before that, he worked as an attorney for the Justice Department. “[C]olleagues remember [him] as a ‘hard-core leftist’ who ‘couldn’t stand Conservatives.’”

Some evidence of the supposedly non-partisan Becker’s compromised integrity comes from an ethics complaint made during a Boston “voting infraction” lawsuit. “According to Hans von Spakovsky, former counsel to the assistant attorney general for civil rights at the time, Becker was supposed to be nonpartisan, but his emails uncovered in the Boston investigation revealed nasty, disparaging remarks about Republicans. Very unethical and unprofessional.”

There are other reasons for voter concerns. “Zuck Bucks,” are reportedly also involved. Becker also created CEIR, “one of two leftist groups used to funnel Mark Zuckerberg’s $419 million that funded the private takeover of government election offices in 2020.”

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