One voter, one vote, right?
All votes count?
Politicians have our best interest in making sure voting is fair and accurate, correct?
They just want to make sure every ballot cast is a ballot counted, huh? Just like in the 2000 Bush v. Gore election, when voting took nearly as long as campaign season, right?
Nah. None of this is right. How do we know?
According to the latest leaked documents, the votes of the people – and by extension, the electors – may not be worth much. Look at this, from PJ Media:
“Leaked funding documents reveal an effort by George Soros and his foundations to manipulate election laws and process rules ahead of the federal election far more expansively than has been previously reported.”
And this can’t be good, especially since Soros-tied election meddling has been pretty well reported, even by the mainstream media.
“The billionaire and convicted felon moved hundreds of millions of dollars into often-secret efforts to change election laws, fuel litigation and attack election integrity measures, push public narratives about voter fraud, and to integrate the political ground game of the left with efforts to scare racial minority groups about voting rights threats,” PJ Media said.
The money was moved and shifted through dozens of different nonprofit charity groups, supposedly non-partisan in nature – like the League of Women Voters.
And here’s where it gets even sneakier: As PJ Media reports, “The leaked documents also reveal deliberate and successful efforts to manipulate media coverage of election issues in mainstream media outlets like the New York Times.”
Soros and his minions even helped fuel the likes of court attacks on election standards – the types that fought against citizen verification measures at the polls and voter ID laws.
Source: PJ Media