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Government Documents Expose How the Feds HELPED the Democrats Use Mail-In-Ballots to RIG the 2020 Election in Biden’s Favor

Official election vote by mail ballot with a gold pen focused on the presidential candidates with a shallow depth - San Jose, California, USA - October 8, 2020

According to internal documents, the federal government was made aware of the serious integral issues associated with mail-in-voting in the 2020 election and not only ignored those issues – but actively worked to COVER THEM UP!

After being made aware of the mail-in-voting flaws, the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) developed a plan to censor ANY MENTION of it on social media.

Beyond even that, the government agency was fully aware that in-person voting was not a serious COVID risk but they helped to spread the false claim that it was anyways.

 

America First Legal uncovered the internal CISA documents which detailed the federal government’s concerning efforts to ensure that shady mail-in-ballots were never questioned ahead of the 2020 election.

“These documents demonstrate federal bureaucrats knew that there was no credible evidence supporting the claim that in-person voting spread COVID-19, and that mail-in and absentee voting were indeed less secure than in-person voting, precisely as President Trump, Attorney General Barr, and others had warned,” said AFL Senior Counselor and Director of Oversight and Investigations Reed D. Rubenstein.

Rubenstein continued by pointing out that the government and its allies in both social and legacy media worked to hide the truth from the American people.

He notes that the feds used things like “fact checks” and “disinformation” tags to advance what was effectively a massive vote-by-mail scheme to help them REMOVE TRUMP FROM OFFICE.

By October 2020, CISA had constructed a chart filled with the risks associated with mail-in-voting.

Those risks included things like the involvement of unknown “outside entities” along with “attacks on voter registration data” and “cyber-attacks” which could impact the way votes are processed.

Before that, CISA had created another list of “major challenges with absentee voting” by September 2020 which included “high-numbers of improperly completed ballots,” though that would actually prove to be something that the left was fond of because they could use this as an excuse to “cure” ballots – in their favor of course.

Rather than fix these issues or use them to support the argument for in person voting, CISA brought in an outside firm by the name of Deloitte to monitor and flag social media posts who SPECIFICALLY discussed any of these problems that they had listed.

One of the posts flagged by this system was actually made by President Donald Trump who simply said that there are “big problems and discrepancies with Mail In Ballots.”

Deloitte and CISA also flagged other posts like one made by Texas Governor Greg Abbott which linked to a local news outlet who wrote reported on the history of recent voter fraud convictions.

This was done in the very same way that the federal government happily got on board with other Trump-ousting efforts like the Russia Collusion hoax, the Ukraine impeachment lie, and the Hunter Biden laptop cover-up.

Rubenstein said that this shows “how Deep State bureaucrats, liberal operatives, and their corporate allies combined to interfere in our Presidential elections. It is a monumental scandal.”

It was clear that the federal government was hell-bent on shoving mail-in-ballots down our throat BECAUSE they knew what would happen – they KNEW Joe Biden would somehow emerge “victorious” thanks in part to this incredibly shady vote-by-mail scheme.


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