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Left-Wing Group is TRAINING Election Officials How to Get Away with Stealing an Election

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In the 2020 election hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of private money was deployed to influence local election offices. The money was used to teach the people responsible for counting votes how to be more leftist – AKA how to cheat more.

One of the power players in this scheme was the Mark Zuckerberg funded Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) and it was VERY effective.

In fact, more than half of the states realized what a problem groups like CTCL posed to our hopes for “free and fair” elections so they passed laws restricting the use of private money in elections and with some states banning it outright.

However, CTCL hasn’t let that stop them.

 

The Zuckbucks group has continued going after election offices by teaching them how to shut down any speech that goes against their mission along with “guiding” them on how they can influence election laws themselves.

CTCL claims to be a nonpartisan organization, but it has very strong ties to leftist groups and the DNC itself. Even the far-left Washington Post has described the group as the “Democratic Party’s Hogwarts for Digital Wizardry.”

For some reason, this left-wing group seems very interested in exerting their “influence” on American elections, one way or another.

With new laws in place restricting exactly what they can do, CTCL has sought out ways around those limitations.

One of the ways they’ve been doing that is through the use of webinars posted on their website which target election administrators.

These web-based lectures teach election officials how to work with leftist “fact-checkers” to stop people from saying anything unfavorable about the current state of American elections.

They also instruct those individuals on how to “persuade” elected officials to align with their policy preferences more closely and how they can “cultivate relationships” with leftist journalists who will help them spread propaganda.

When it comes to the “persuasion” of elected officials, CTCL coaches the administrators to not go too hard at first so as not to scare away the politicians.

“During this initial contact, you aren’t necessarily trying to persuade public officials to support or go against any specific legislation,” one CTCL official says, encouraging them to use “bipartisan” staff to trick people into believing that they’re not a bunch of Democrat operatives.

This CTCL official also says that election admins can “educate” elected officials on how to properly handle certain legislation – likely to make sure that our elections can easily be manipulated in favor of their masters in Democratic party.

“You can think of persuading as motivating public officials to support your stance, or move them towards even a neutral standpoint, limiting their opposition,” another CTCL official says. “Sometimes the facts aren’t enough.”

In terms of coaching them on how to control the narrative surrounding elections, CTCL tells the election administrators that politicians are being fed “misinformation” from people who are not, according to them, “election experts.”

In other words, anybody who CTCL claims is not an “election expert” – AKA anybody who is exposing this massive fraud – needs to have their voices and opinions SILENCED to keep their vote rigging operation scheme running smoothly and CTCL is training election administrators to do just that.

“That’s not good for you, your office, your voters, or our democracy,” the CTCL official told them. “You should have a say and work with fellow election administrators to make an impact.”

Under this teaching, even people like “ordinary voters” should be disregarded and are apparently “guilty” of circulating “rumors or myths about voting” according to CTCL.

“Many of the influence operations you’ll find on social media channels are created by domestic actors motivated by partisanship,” they say.

However, it seems that’s exactly what they themselves are doing!

A CTCL program manager tells election officials to use partnerships with online “fact-checkers” to shut down the supposed voting “myths.”

In other words, they’re being taught to censor online content that seeks to expose any election integrity issues.

And it’s not just social media they’re looking to control.

This program manager goes on to note that through their cultivated relationships with journalists they can use the media to shut down these narratives.

“In the event of a viral election myth circulating in your area, it’ll be great to have someone in your local press who you already know,” they said.

CTCL may not “legally” be allowed to influence these election offices, but they certainly have no intentions of letting that stop them anytime soon.


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