Trump attorney Jenna Ellis, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, and former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik are part of a new organization, Election Integrity Alliance “focused on ending election fraud and strengthening election safeguards by providing information, resources, endorsements of allies’ efforts, and solutions to secure free and fair elections.”
The group was formed by the American Greatness Fund.
Politico claims that accusations of voter fraud are baseless but they did not explain why Democrats are going to such great lengths to prevent audits of the votes.
The innocent love investigations because they prove everything is honest and above board. So, why do you suppose Democrats refused to let conservatives observe the counting on election night and during the early morning vote drops in swing states that Trump was winning?
The organization said in a statement:
“The Election Integrity Alliance’s National Board is comprised of individuals who have fought for election integrity at great personal risk and who are champions for free and fair elections.”
Already there have been some funny business uncovered in places such as Antrim County, Michigan where 6,000 Trump votes were switched to Biden, and in Windham, NH where all of the Republican candidates had votes stolen from their totals.
What is much more suspicious that all “errors” favored Democrats leading many to believe that the election was fixed. Current audits like those in Maricopa County, Arizona should give us a better understanding of what went on during the election.
American Greatness Fund, which was founded by former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, is part of an ever-expanding web of Trump-aligned advocacy groups that have popped up since the 2020 election.
Former Trump senior advisers Brooke Rollins and Larry Kudlow have started the America First Policy Institute; Ben Carson, who served as secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Trump administration, has launched the American Cornerstone Institute; Russ Vought, who oversaw Trump’s Office of Management and Budget, has unveiled the Center for American Restoration.
Conservatives say they view the groups as key in a broader effort to match a formidable liberal “dark money” machine. The Conservative Policy Institute, an organization overseen by Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and ex-South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint which provides support to non-profit groups, convened a group of major donors at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate last month to discuss a path forward.