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Phil Kline’s Amistad: Left’s Tactics for Expanding Ballot Harvesting Was Exposed and Confronted Before Election, Facebook Gave Millions

It is well known that much of the problems we see in the 2020 Presidential Election is happening from a result of the lawsuits funded by and brought by the Democrat party and their allied Grassroots Marketing Platforms, resulting in a massive expansion of the use of Mail-in and Absentee Ballots, which has been proven to be highly sensitive to widescale fraud.

The man behind much of the lawsuits in a Perkins Coie partner named Marc Elias. I covered him and his leftist Community Organizing tactics in numerous articles. Here and Here, Here, and Here.

In opposition to those lawsuits is Phil Kline, who is bringing his own lawsuits to and warning people about the left’s attempts to steal elections with this Community Organizingtactics, using the press media and social media to promote their work.

Amistad is a “project,” focused on what they suspect are illegal ballots in the 2020 Presidential election, by members of the Thomas Moore Society, who describe themselves on their website as, “The Thomas More Society is a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm dedicated to restoring  respect in law for life, family, and religious liberty. Based in Chicago, the Thomas More Society defends and fosters support for these causes by providing high-quality pro bono legal services from local trial courts all the way to the United States Supreme Court.”

Here is a video of Kline:

Phil Kline is the Director of the Amistad Project who has been pro-active against the left’s community organizing to allegedly flood battleground states with millions of ballots and cause election chaos.

An example of Kline’s group’s work is seen in an October Press Release, forewarning about the left’s tactics to overly introduce voter ballots:

AMISTAD STATEMENT: Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry Shows Courage, Grit in Beating Back Mark Zuckerberg’s Alleged Attempts to Manipulate Election; More AGs Should Follow Landry’s Lead

The Facebook founder has provided $250 million to secretive, left-leaning Center for Tech and Civic Life whose activities threaten the election’s integrity and American Democracy

NEWS PROVIDED BYAmistad Project 

Oct 08, 2020,

In conjunction with the announcement that Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has persuaded authorities of several parishes not to accept funds from a well-funded, left-wing organization, and that he is filing suit to prevent this in the future, Phill Kline, Director of the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, issued the following statement.

The Amistad Project is supporting lawsuits, first filed weeks ago, in nine battleground states, including Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and several others — with similar objectives to those of Attorney General Landry.

“Th e Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), using $250 million from Facebook Founder  Mark Zuckerberg, is engaged in an insidious, coordinated, and stealth campaign to manipulate this year’s elections. CTCL is selectively funneling large amounts of money to municipal authorities in areas that vote overwhelmingly Democratic so that voter turnout in these areas increases to influence the outcome of the election in critical battleground states. Private funds cannot and should not be used by public officials to determine election results.

“Kudos to Attorney General Landry for his courage and grit in standing up to  Mark Zuckerberg  and his political allies to ensure the integrity of  Louisiana’s  election. State election boards and authorities are the umpires of voting. They must be fair, impartial, and independent. When a private, outside party directs their funds to heavily Democratic municipalities only – spending $250 million  to do so — it is inherently manipulative and dangerous to election integrity.

“CTCL’s actions are highly problematic in battleground states, such as Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Voters have filed lawsuits in these states and many others to compel the fair and impartial management of elections.”

The Amistad Project, a project to preserve civil liberties, is an initiative of the Thomas More Society, a not-for-profit national public interest law firm. For more information on this and related issues, go to:

SOURCE Amistad Project

Kline has become a public person in the aftermath of the Presidential Election chaos spread around the country because his group is seen as the most likely to get a winning case to examine the voter tabulations in many states, in front of the Supreme Court.

Recenly, David Harris Jr had an excellent interview with Kline, talking about his numerous lawsuits:

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