The United Nations and some US entities collaborated before, during, and after the 2018 and 2020 elections, and many of the same participants are currently attempting to derail or prevent 2020 election audits in the United States.
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Experts on election cybersecurity include Harri Hursti, Ph.D., a computer scientist, and Elizabeth Howard, Cybersecurity and Elections Counsel at the radical, Soros-funded Brennan Center for Justice in Manhattan. They were part of a UN initiative around election cybersecurity in 2018, and now they’re working to derail or sabotage election audits in 2020, Howard in Maricopa County, Arizona, and Hursti in Windham, New Hampshire.
The United Nations is actually permitted to come into our country and witness our elections, according to treaties! Thankfully, a state can choose to prevent this form of foreign involvement, and 18 of the more sane ones have done so.
The United Nations has no business monitoring the inner workings of our states’ elections, especially now that we know for a fact, thanks to DNI John Ratcliffe’s January 2021 report, that foreign meddling in our 2020 elections occurred. The American public has no idea how many foreign countries were engaged – and that sentence should scare you – or how they came to know about any of it.
The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) and the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED), both 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity nonprofits, are likely to have supported the United Nations in observing our elections. In both 2018 and 2020 – during COVID-19 – when the United Nations team came back to watch our presidential elections, the NASS and the NASED worked hand in hand with U.N. officials.
These two charities, one representing state secretaries and lieutenant governors whose responsibilities include election administration (NASS) and the other representing state chief election officers (NASED), claim to represent 100 percent of America’s senior election officials.
Following the approval of a UN mission to watch the 2018 US elections, the OSCE ODIHR team undertook a Needs Assessment Mission between May 21 and 25, 2018, meeting 27 institutions, 14 of which were federal entities, as well as Congressional members or the RNC and DNC. Maryland’s state board of elections was also on the list. The rest was a small, hand-selected list of American NGOs that reads like a who’s who of radical, far-left, and even communist organizations. These organizations included, in addition to NASS and NASED, the National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL), another “trade group” representing U.S. elected officials:
The Brennan Center for Justice. They specifically met with Elizabeth Howard, Cybersecurity and Elections Counsel and Daniel I. Weiner, Senior Counsel, Democracy Program;
• The Center for Election Innovations and Research, which is one of the nonprofits the Amistad Project exposed as being one of the nonprofit bagmen for $ .5 billion in “Zuckerbucks” in 2020;
• The National Democratic Institute which is an associate organization of Socialist International and which has heavy backing from powerful unions;
• The Center for Democracy and Technology. The team met with Joseph Lorenzo Hall, Ph.D., Chief Technologist. Hall, a computer scientist, currently sits upon the advisory board of Verified Voting along with Harri Hursti, that is he did until Hursti’s name was wiped from that webpage just before or after his appointment to the Windham, New Hampshire audit team on May 3, 2021;
• Bipartisan Policy Center. A center-left think tank focused on left-leaning energy policy;
• The Sentencing Project. A social and racial justice group that works to overturn felony disenfranchisement laws;