Phil Kline, the director of the “Amistad Journey,” a group of people working on Voter Integrity issues, talked about Big Tech influence in swing states to throw the election to Joe Biden and said he would present evidence that there are “serious problems with elections, and citizens are demanding it not happen again,” at a press conference on Wednesday.
“Private money bought elections,” Kline said.
“We’re hosting a national press conference to release a groundbreaking report exposing a dark money apparatus of 10 nonprofit organizations funded by five foundations whose intent was to fundamentally undermine the electoral system,” Phil Kline posted on Twitter on Wednesday before the press conference.
Kyle Becker posted a link to a report that Kline said had the proof of what he claimed:
Kline referred to the report throughout the event and said it was ” commissioned by Amistad project for the Thomas Moore Society done by Still Water tech. Solutions.” A representative of the company attended the press conference.
“There was one half-billion-dollar to fund election which was $100,000 more than federal appropriations and so that makes what we are going to uncover a shadow government, funding the election. So who allowed private companies to have access to the information? They did it by dangling the dollar bill to incite officials to throw elections,” Kline said.
“Today, we will reveal our report, painting a clear picture of a cabal of billionaires and activists using their wealth to subvert, control, and fundamentally alter the electoral system itself. We must act now to prevent such privatized elections in the future,” Kline posted on Twitter.
The report summary read:
“The 2020 presidential election witnessed an unprecedented and
coordinated public-private partnership to improperly influence the 2020
the presidential election on behalf of one particular candidate and party.
Funded by hundreds of millions of dollars from Facebook founder Mark
Zuckerberg and other high-tech interests, activist organizations created a
two-tiered election system that treated voters differently depending on
whether they lived in Democrat or Republican strongholds.
Private monies dictated city and county election management contrary to
both federal law and state election plans endorsed and developed by
state legislatures with authority granted by the United States
Moreover, executive officials in swing states facilitated, through unique
and novel contracts, the sharing of private and sensitive information
about citizens within those states with private interests, some whom
actively promote leftist candidates and agendas.
This data sharing allowed direct access to data of unique political value
to leftist causes and created new vulnerabilities for digital manipulation
of state electronic poll books and counting systems and machines.
This public-private partnership in these swing states effectively placed
government’s thumb on the scale to help these private interests achieve
their objectives and to benefit the candidates of one political party.
The Amistad Project began monitoring these activities beginning in the
spring of 2019, originally focusing on the digital vulnerabilities of state
Amistad became aware that states and local election officials failed to
maintain the legal right to access computer logs on the machines
counting ballots. The first step to engaging any computer forensic
examination is to gain access to machine logs. Yet, scores of election
officials failed to maintain the right to even review such information,
much less establish a method for bipartisan review.
In effect, America purchased a complex ballot box (computer) into
which its votes would be deposited, but didn’t have the right to open the
box and review the count.
As COVID escalated in March of 2020, The Amistad Project began
witnessing troubling efforts to undermine the integrity of 2020 by
assaulting laws designed to protect the integrity of the absentee ballot.
The use of absentee ballots is uniquely vulnerable to fraud, as detailed in
a special bipartisan congressional report authored by former President
Jimmy Carter and James Baker.
In-person voting occurs with trained election officials present. These
officials deter voter intimidation and coercion and are trained to educate,
not mislead, the voter when completing the ballot. Moreover, in-person
voting allows for voter identification. When the ballot leaves
government controls, new challenges are present. There are few identities
checks and no assurance the ballot was completed without intimidation,
coercion, inducement, or by a person other than the voter.
Accordingly, states have basic, common-sense laws protecting the
integrity of the absentee, advance, or mailed ballot.
Beginning in the spring of 2020, left-leaning organizations filed a
massive number of lawsuits to challenge these integrity laws. Lawsuits
sought to set aside witness requirements, identification requirements,
deadlines, delivery requirements, ballot deadlines, signature
requirements, application requirements, and even argued that the
Constitution required all returned ballot envelopes be postage prepaid
due to COVID.
This story is developing…