Sunday, October 1, 2023

Soros Operatives Attack on Election Integrity, Despite HR1’s Failure

'The NewDEAL Forum ... promotes innovative, future-oriented state and local pro-growth progressive policies that can improve the lives of all Americans... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Behind the slogans of “election integrity” and “voting rights,” the left–led by operatives funded by oligarch George Soros–has continued to undermine free and fair elections despite the failure of the far-left HR1 bill in congress.

The workaround plan will be enacted by a nonprofit called NewDEAL, which is reportedly backed by Soros.

“The NewDEAL Forum is a non-profit organization which identifies and promotes innovative, future-oriented state and local pro-growth progressive policies that can improve the lives of all Americans,” the organization’s website says.

The organization recently churned out a “Democracy Playbook” that serves as a handbook for rigging elections in favor of the left by promoting election integrity, voting access and civic engagement.

In order to achieve such ends, the group promises to teach leftists “how to recruit poll workers” and how to “combat misinformation to specific legislation that makes registering to vote easier and more secure.”

The document was penned by four election-rigging superstars. The group included a slew of Soros-backed public figures.

Among the authors are Jocelyn Benson, Michigan’s Democrat secretary of state, Arizona’s Democrat Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, who routinely calls Republicans “fascists,” Sandra Jauregui, a Las Vegas assemblywoman who penned legislation meant to slow right-wing “domestic terrorism,” and Ken Lawrence, election board chairman for Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, which certified the 2020 election despite receiving numerous ballots after election day.

The report also suggests that certain 2020 election strategies be made permanent fixtures, in order to enshrine “voting rights” by transforming the United States Postal Service into a mail-in ballot collection machine.

In order to protect voting rights, NewDEAL also wants to loosen the rules on signature matching, in order to not “discriminate against voters who already face other obstacles to voting.”

And while the organization is “proud that American democracy has stood strong for hundreds of years, even though the past several years have tested our resolve,” its leaders remain concerned that “January 6 will remain a dark stain in America’s history.”

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