A treasure trove of public record emails from the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office proves that Facebook/Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg had an “undue influence” on the 2020 election there.
We already knew about Zuckerberg’s activities in Wisconsin, where the Special Counsel investigating the 2020 election asserted that the Silicon Valley billionaire likely violated Wisconsin’s election bribery laws. These emails from Secretary Jocelyn Benson are the first proof we’ve now seen that Zuckerberg was pulling the same dirty tricks to rig the 2020 election in Michigan. He just used a different non-profit to do it.
In Wisconsin, Zuckerberg’s Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) took over the administration of the election in the state’s five largest cities, in exchange for millions of dollars that were paid to local election clerks. (Which sure does sound like bribery, huh?)
In Michigan, a non-profit called the National Vote at Home Initiative (NVAHI) was the force for evil that Zuckerberg used to influence the election. It’s a non-profit that is dedicated to enacting no-ID, mass mail-in voting in all 50 states. It’s heavily financed by Mark Zuckerberg.
Like many of the Democrat Party’s “non-profits,” NVAHI is in reality a partisan political group that uses donations from volcano lair billionaires to fight for communist/socialist/progressive policies. The CEO of NVAHI is a woman named Amber McReynolds, and she befriended Michigan Secretary of State Benson at some point in early 2019.
Not only that, but McReynolds offered legal advice to Benson on how to change state election regulations without a vote from the legislature. Citing legal statutes in Michigan, McReynolds advised Benson as follows:
“I was thinking that you may have rule-making authority. The language below indicates that voters have a right to vote without giving a reason, which to me has left open the possibility of permanent or election specific absentee requests. To me, this means you do not likely need a legislative change.”
McReynolds used that argument to convince Benson that she could install permanent mail-in voting in Michigan through an administrative rule change – rather than having the state legislature vote to change the rule. That email was sent in February of 2019 – more than a year and a half prior to the 2020 election. Zuckerberg was plotting Trump’s removal from office long before 2020 even arrived.
Another guy involved in this plot is named Stephen Silberstein. He works for a pair of partisan PACs called Democracy Alliance and National Popular Vote and is a heavy donor to Democrat Party causes. Silberstein and McReynolds worked in tandem to get Benson to change the rule on absentee voting in Michigan to “no excuse” – rather than what the legislature had intended (you needed a good reason or excuse to vote absentee in Michigan prior to 2020).
After meeting with them in February of 2019, Benson wrote back to Silberstein and McReynolds, “This is very helpful. We will be implementing many of your suggestions.”
So, Benson dutifully followed the partisan advice of Silberstein and McReynolds and changed the rule. “No excuse” absentee voting is now the rule in Michigan, which has ballot traffickers rejoicing. I’m sure you remember the chaos from election night in Detroit, so we don’t need to rehash that here.
Benson’s spokesman is now claiming that she had “limited and minimal” interactions with McReynolds, despite the fact that McReynolds clearly convinced Benson to change the state’s voting rules.
And here’s a development that is almost too crazy to be true, and which should have the Michigan legislature clamoring to impeach Benson. She was rewarded by McReynolds for rigging the 2020 election. The Michigan Secretary of State is now serving as the chair of NVAHI’s Circle of Advisor, a position she was personally appointed to by McReynolds. Limited and minimal, indeed. You can’t make this stuff up!
Click on the Circle of Advisors link on NVAHI’s “About Us” page and see for yourself. “Jocelyn Benson, Michigan Secretary of State” is the first name on the list. Is it legal for the Michigan Secretary of State to double dip like that? Asking for a friend.
Mark Zuckerberg has now been exposed as the mastermind who is funding mass cheat-by-mail efforts across the country. He was successful in that mission in 2020, and as a result, we have an imposter in the White House. The question is whether state legislatures in places like Wisconsin and Michigan will be able to change the rules back to the way they were before Zuckerberg started this election meddling project.