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        News from EIF - Every Citizens Vote and MUCH MORE - January 2022

        Sandy Kiesel, Dr. Frank, Janice Daniels, Mike Lindell
        When it is all said and done, if we are successful in restoring our Republic, we will all be rewarded for the parts that we played in the total effort. Here's sharing with you news from friends close to Election Integrity Fund & Force and volunteers within Election Integrity Fund & Force - Keep the faith; stay the course. All who love God know that we do win in the end.

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        The Likely Cause of the Media Blackout on Imploding Whitmer Kidnapping Plot

        The Likely Cause of the Media Blackout on Imploding Whitmer Kidnapping Plot

        It is impossible to report on the Whitmer case without connecting it to January 6. So rather than do its job, the national news media is completely ignoring this sensational story.

        Once upon a time in America, a high-profile federal prosecution imploding amid credible accusations of FBI entrapment would earn wall-to-wall headlines in the national news media. A wife-beating FBI agent who used at least one criminal informant and a dozen more government assets to concoct a plot to abduct a sitting governor—intended to create damaging headlines for an incumbent president right before Election Day—would receive nonstop coverage on cable and broadcast news outlets.

        Social media would be flooded with all the juicy details. Names like “Richard Trask” and “Stephen Robeson” would be household names.

        But none of that is happening with the Justice Department’s rapidly crumbling case against several men arrested for allegedly conspiring to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer from her vacation cottage in the fall of 2020. Defense attorneys have made a strong case that without the FBI’s guiding hand—and deep pockets courtesy of American taxpayers—the scheme never would have materialized past random social media chatter.

        “[The] undisputed evidence . . . establishes that government agents and informants concocted, hatched, and pushed this ‘kidnapping plan’ from the beginning, doing so against defendants who explicitly repudiated the plan,” five defense attorneys wrote in a December 25 motion, one of several defense filings that details proof of an elaborate FBI operation to lure their clients into the abduction caper.

        And the bad actors in the government’s script keep finding themselves in more trouble.

        Richard Trask, the lead FBI agent on the case, was fired for physically assaulting his wife in a drunken rage following a swinger party last summer. Body-camera footage made public last month shows a shirtless and clearly inebriated Trask being arrested by local police. (He was not charged with driving under the influence.)

        A Michigan news station recently unearthed Trask’s Trump-hating rants posted on social media in 2020. “If you still support our piece of shit president you can fuck off,” Trask wrote on Facebook at the same time he was “investigating” threats against Whitmer. Trask said he hoped people who support Trump “burn in hell.”

        Two other FBI agents working with Trask at the Detroit FBI field office who handled multiple informants also have been dismissed from the case; FBI agent Jayson Chambers is accused of running a security business on the side and FBI agent Henrik Impola is accused of committing perjury in another case. The Justice Department just notified the court that Trask, Chambers, and Impola are no longer on the government’s witness list.

        And just when it looked like things couldn’t get worse for prosecutors, Stephen Robeson, a main informant and convicted felon, has been charged with committing two other crimes while directing the Whitmer kidnapping ruse. Prosecutors last week accused Robeson of acting as a “double agent.” Prosecutors said Robeson “broke an agreement with the FBI by offering charity money to buy weapons to be used in attacks, illegally obtained weapons, and offered personal equipment, including a drone, to aid in committing domestic terrorism.”

        Not only is Robeson off the government’s witness list but the Justice Department is fighting to stop defense attorneys from presenting damning evidence of Robeson’s involvement during the trial scheduled to begin in March.

        All of this salacious drama should be front-page news. After all, when the Justice Department announced the kidnapping charges in a press release on October 8, 2020, it was a bonanza for the corporate media right before Election Day. The shocking news resulted in widespread condemnation of Donald Trump, blamed once again for promoting violence against his political opponents and emboldening so-called “militia” groups loyal to him.

        Whitmer made an emotional statement the day the charges were announced, accusing Trump of encouraging “domestic terrorists” who tried kill her; Joe Biden, quickly siezing on the politically advantageous moment, blasted Trump’s “dog whistles” to violent extremists.

        Dozens of articles and columns were posted at the New York Times, the Washington Post, Politico, and other influential publications in a matter of hours. “A thwarted plot could thwart Trump,” two Politico reporters predicted. Mary McCord, a former Obama Justice Department official and perpetual Trump antagonist, had a New York Times column ready to go on the very same day her former employer publicly revealed the plot. (McCord now is advising the January 6 select committee.)

        The Washington Post published a guest column by Whitmer herself on October 9, repeating her allegations that Trump was responsible. In fact, Whitmer made the media rounds for days, conveniently playing the victim to Trump’s villain as early voting was underway in her swing state.

        “It’s incredibly disturbing that the President of the United States, 10 days after a plot to kidnap, put me on trial and execute me, 10 days after that was uncovered, the President is at it again and inspiring and incentivizing and inciting this kind of domestic terrorism,” Whitmer complained on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

        CNN ran numerous articles about the thwarted plot. Jake Tapper confronted both Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, and Lara Trump with accusations that the president was responsible for the alleged attack. “Why does he continue to use such heightened rhetoric at a time when her life was literally in danger, according to the FBI?” Tapper asked Lara Trump on October 18.

        Considering all the histrionics and allegations that Trump incited a potential domestic terror attack—attempted murder, even!—it seems that these same journalists would eagerly cover all the evidence emerging in the case ahead of the March 8 trial. But the Whitmer kidnapping plot hasn’t just been memory-holed by the national media, it faces what one can only assume is a coordinated and intentional news blackout. Tapper, a copious tweeter, has not tweeted anything about the Whitmer kidnapping ruse since October 2020. CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and Politico haven’t published any news about the Whitmer case in months.

        MSNBC aired one interview last month on recent defense motions to dismiss the case on grounds of entrapment; former prosecutor Joyce Vance opined that there is a “zero chance” a Michigan judge will drop the federal charges.

        The last time the New York Times printed Richard Trask’s name was in October 2020 after he testified that rogue “militia groups” were involved in the kidnapping plot. Ditto for October 2020 mentions in Politico and CNN. Trask’s name is dying in darkness over at the Washington Post, which has never published his name in any Whitmer-related article. Apparently a federal cop who nearly strangled his wife to death after a swinger party then received a slap-on-the-wrist sentence for the assault is of no interest to the otherwise man- and cop-loathing reporters and columnists at the nation’s most influential news organizations.

        To its credit, BuzzFeed is the only outlet on the Left that has relentlessly covered the government’s imploding prosecution. BuzzFeed reporters Ken Bensinger and Jessica Garrison have produced a string of detailed investigative reports worthy of awards despite an obvious political slant.

        So, why the media blackout? Because the news media know that any coverage of the FBI-concocted plot to “kidnap” Gretchen Whitmer will bolster suspicions that the FBI played a key if not primary role in the events leading up to, and including, January 6. After all, the Justice Department continually ties the two events together, describing both as acts of “domestic terror” and blaming President Trump for both.

        The head of the Detroit FBI field office was promoted to the D.C. FBI field office one week after the Whitimer kidnapping arrests were announced in October 2020; Steven D’Antuono now is in charge of the same office that deployed agents to Capitol grounds on January 6 and is aiding the prosecution of more than 700 Americans arrested for participating in the protest.

        It is impossible to report on the Whitmer case without connecting it to January 6. So rather than do its job, the national news media is completely ignoring this sensational story. Too many “insurrectionists” to smear and destroy, apparently.



        Christmas Song for a Full Forensic Audit

        Christmas Song for a Full Forensic Audit

        There is growing evidence of election irregularities, to put it nicely (rather than stating the naughty truth), but our public functionaries seem to be having a hard time seeing the evidence.

        We need to find a way to grab their attention ... Can we do it with a song?

        Merry Christmas!

        Hey Michigan ... You're Awesome

        Hey Michigan ... You're Awesome

        During Mike Lindell's recent Thanks-a-Thon covering election fraud evidence, the ongoing efforts to fix the US November 2020 General Election, as well as restoring election integrity back into our elections once again, a message from the Communications' Director for the Election Integrity Force Janice Daniels was played.


        Let's restore integrity back into our elections and fix the November 2020 Election in Michigan which was a lie.

        Join the Force

        Understanding Voting Machine Vulnerabilities

        Understanding Voting Machine Vulnerabilities

        During Mike Lindell’s 96-hour Thanks-a-Thon, Attorney Kurt Olsen said: “Everybody should understand the vulnerabilities of these voting machines – either the machines are secure or they are not”.

        He also spoke of the fact that in September of 2021 a cybersecurity expert from University of Michigan named J. Alex Halderman testified in a State of Georgia hearing that Dominion Voting Systems Corporation used hackable machines in 16 states.

        Following is a link to Professor Halderman’s 24-page sworn Declaration prepared on August 2, 2021, in which he details an extraordinary amount of evidence of voting machine “vulnerabilities.”


        Let me list a few excerpted statements from Professor Halderman’s Declaration that might compel you to read his full testimony:

        • numerous, critical vulnerabilities in Georgia’s BMDs (ballot marking devices)
        • serious vulnerabilities
        • exploiting those vulnerabilities to alter individual votes and election outcomes in Georgia
        • address the vulnerabilities it describes before attackers exploit them
        • promptly subject Georgia’s voting system to rigorous testing
        • Georgia’s BMDs contains multiple severe security flaws
        • malware, once installed, could alter voters’ votes while subverting all the procedural protections practiced by the State
        • the BMDs’ vulnerabilities compromise the auditability of Georgia’s paper ballots
        • My (Professor Halderman’s) testing has shown that the BMDs used in Georgia suffer from specific, highly exploitable vulnerabilities that allow attackers to change votes despite the State’s purported defenses
        • He (one of the State Defendants) ignores the relative ease with which Georgia’s BMDs can be hacked, including by a voter in a voting booth in mere minutes.

        These 10 quotes were copied from just the first four pages of Professor Halderman’s 24-page sworn testimony.

        Thanks-a-Thon Attorney Kurt Olsen went on to say that a federal court has denied Professor Halderman’s request to unseal a report that Professor Halderman published on July 1, 2021, that would provide evidence of election fraud to security personnel in (the five states that already have massive evidence of election fraud – my words in parentheses), and he basically said that this information is being kept from the people who might be able to do something about it to avoid future election fraud – that is the public and their state legislators.

        Attorney Olsen then suggested that someone needs reach out to the judge and ask why he or she is keeping Professor Halderman’s report secret.

        I found a possible clue as to why this report is being kept secret in a letter dated September 2, 2021, linked here:


        The relevant part of this letter (to my analysis) is a warning sent to the Secretary of State of California informing her that “Professor Halderman’s full report, dated July 1, 2021, is so sensitive that the court in Curling v. Raffensperger ordered that it be sealed.”

        The group of eight individuals who identified the sensitivity of Professor Halderman’s report  “urged (the SOS) to file a motion with Judge Totenberg to obtain a confidential copy of Prof. Halderman’s sealed report to inform (her) cybersecurity team of the vulnerabilities he discovered,” (which is basically what Professor Halderman asked for, except he wanted his report to be widely distributed; the “gang of eight” only wanted it distributed to the democrat CA Secretary of State).

        So, who were the individuals who signed this letter, and what potentially was their own desired end goal?

        The first signatory on the letter is Mustaque Ahamad, Professor at The School for Cybersecurity and Privacy at Georgia Tech. What can we learn about Professor Ahamad?  Well, according to an interesting website called Campaign Money, Professor Ahamad made regular, small donations to an organization called ActBlue each month during 2019. 


        Okay, so what is ActBlue, you ask? 

        According to Senior Investigative Researcher for the Capital Research Center, Hayden Ludwig, ActBlue is “The Left’s Favorite “Dark Money” Machine.


        The next signatory is University of South Carolina’s Professor Duncan Buell, NCR Chair (Emeritus) in Computer Science and Engineering who has made donations to Emily’s List, which promotes itself as an organization that has raised over $700 million dollars to help elect Democratic women who favor abortion rights (I think that they meant “Democrat women” because truly there is nothing democratic about murdering people in or out of a woman’s womb).



        According to their letter it seems that the end goal was to urge California’s Secretary of State to “mandate a statewide post-election risk-limiting audit of the outcome for the two questions on the (Governor Newsom) recall ballot.” They went on to say that they “believe that it is important that a public commitment to such post-election verification be made before Election Day.  Otherwise, it may appear to be a partisan decision, and there may be calls for other kinds of ‘audits’ that are neither scientifically grounded nor probative, and that would likely undermine public confidence in the election.

        As if the identity of the first two signatories on that letter don’t make it “appear to be a partisan decision.”

        Professor J. Alex Halderman mentioned risk-limiting audits in his 24-page sworn Declaration when on Page 3 Paragraph 4 he states: “I explain in detail how such malware, once installed, could alter voters’ votes while subverting all the procedural protections practiced by the State, including acceptance testing, hash validation, logic and accuracy testing, external firmware validation, and risk-limiting audits (RLAs).” (italics and bolding mine).

        It’s just a guess of mine that the “other kinds of ‘audits’ that are neither scientifically grounded nor probative, and that would likely undermine public confidence in the election” that the leftist letter writers referred to might be the full, independent forensic audits that a growing number of American voters are demanding of the November 3, 2020, presidential election. 

        With the ever growing mountain of evidence of election fraud being exposed, we need to force the issue and demand either full, independent forensic audits in all 50 states or simply call for a decertification of the November 3, 2020, presidential election based upon the obvious continued and serious subversion of our American constitutional Republic.