Democrats have been questioning elections since at least 2000.
But in 2020, Democrats tried to make election doubt an actual crime.
Now a bombshell lawsuit revealed election integrity in these Blue States is worse than you ever imagined.
Prior to the 2020 election, Democrats raised all sorts of concerns about the election.
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar said that Dominion voting machines were problematic, and Hillary Clinton said that Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because Donald Trump would attempt to steal the election.
But all of those concerns magically melted away when Biden won, and it instantly became heresy and anti-democratic to question any aspect of the 2020 election, which the talking heads call “the most secure election in history.”
However, election integrity is again under the microscope after a lawsuit revealed that voter data in swing states might have been compromised.
The American Conservative reported that “[t]he Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) is under fire for illegally sharing sensitive voter data with at least one partisan nonprofit, according to lawsuits filed by the Thomas More Society against elections departments in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. While the lawsuits vary in their details, they all allege violations of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), legislation from 2002 requiring states to maintain accurate statewide lists of registered and unregistered voters. HAVA does not authorize states to share this registration data with third-party organizations such as ERIC—effectively outsourcing its responsibilities to a private organization—since it is protected by federal law. Thomas More Society’s lawsuits aim to end the practice…Documents exhibited in the lawsuit show that states furnish ERIC with voters’ names, dates of birth, driver’s license numbers, last four Social Security digits, citizenship statuses, and phone numbers.”
Unsurprisingly, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota are key swing states essential to the Democrats.
Worse yet, the voter data is allegedly being shared with an organization tied to “Zuck Bucks”; Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg poured roughly $400 million into the 2020 election to help Democrats get elected.
The American Conservative added that “[m]ore disturbing still is its practice of sharing voter registration data acquired through these agreements with the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), infamous for distributing $70 million from Mark Zuckerberg in 2020 to pump up Democratic turnout in that year’s election. CEIR pumped over $13 million into Pennsylvania alone in 2020, according to a grant agreement included in the Pennsylvania lawsuit.”
It’s quite revealing the Democrats are fighting tooth and nail to undermine election integrity by blocking simple procedures like voter ID and clearing voter rolls.
Meanwhile, there appears to be a concerted effort on the part of left-wing groups to accumulate voter data.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for more updates to this ongoing story.