High Level Whistleblower: Democrats Suppressed Republican Voters Using Illegal Pentagon Psyop Technology

(Republican Party News) – Alex Jones of Infowars recently did a total breakdown of an OAN interview with Pentagon whistleblower Dr. J Michael Waller, which revealed how the Pentagon counterintelligence psyop program was used, illegally of course, against President Trump and his administration, as well as other Americans during his time in office, as well as during his 2020 presidential campaign (watch here).

“This program specifically targeted Republican voters by discrediting and silencing them using secret Pentagon tactics previously deemed too dirty to use on Al-Qaeda!” the report said.

Another report from Infowars discussed an announcement that was put out by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch concerning 540 pages — along with four pages of supplemental — documents from the office of the Secretary of State of California which reveals how state officials applied serious pressure to social media companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube, and many others in order to censor posts concerning the 2020 presidential election.

Included in the documents obtained by Judicial Watch were “misinformation briefings” emails that were then compiled by a communications firm known as SKDK, which lists Joe Biden for President as their top client of 2020.

“The documents show how the state agency successfully pressured YouTube to censor a Judicial Watch video concerning the vote by mail and a Judicial Watch lawsuit settlement about California voter roll clean up,” the Infowars report said.

“The records were obtained in response to Judicial Watch’s California Public Records Act (CPRA) requests to the Office of the California Secretary of State for records related to the Office of Election Cybersecurity’s database of social media posts; communications with social media companies; and other social media related records regarding the 2020 elections. Judicial Watch filed the requests after a December 2020 report surfaced that the state agency was surveilling, tracking, and seeking to censor the speech of Americans,” the report continued.

“The Office of Election Cybersecurity in the California Secretary of State’s office monitored and tracked social media posts, decided if they were misinformation, stored the posts in an internal database coded by threat level, and on 31 different occasions requested posts be removed,” it added.

In 24 of the cases, social media companies agreed and then decided to either remove the posts or to flag them as containing misinformation, according to Jenna Dresner, who serves as the senior public information officer for the office of Election Cybersecurity.

“We don’t take down posts, that is not our role to play,” Dresner went on to say. “We alert potential sources of misinformation to the social media companies and we let them make that call based on community standards they created.”

Then on September 24, 2020, a chart from the California Secretary of State lists a video from Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton that falsely accused him of spreading misinformation for stating in the footage that Democrats benefited from incorrect voter rolls and ballot collection.

The Secretary of State then provides details about its communication with video sharing platform YouTube, saying, “We wanted to flag this YouTube video because it misleads community members about elections or other civic processes and misrepresents the safety and security of mail-in ballots.”

“The chart quotes Fitton describing Judicial Watch’s statement about its federal lawsuit settlement with Los Angeles County that will require it to clean up voter rolls and how a Michigan court “changed the rules” on ballot deadlines and ballot harvesting. (The controversial decision was overturned in October 2020,)” the Infowars report said.

The document in question said that California State officials had contact with YouTube directly to have the video removed on September 24, 2020, and noted that YouTube seemingly responded to the request by deleting the video a few days later on September 27, 2020.

Then on September 11, 2020, Zeke Sandoval, an outside consultant for the SKDK communications firm, hands over a Misinformation Daily Briefing to the Secretary of State’s Office, which once again sets a target on Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch.

“The big Unsolicited Ballot States should give it up NOW, before it is too late, and ask people to go to the Polling Booths and, like always before, VOTE,” Trump said in a tweet. “Otherwise, MAYHEM!!! Solicited Ballots (absentee) are OK.”

It didn’t take long for Twitter to come around with a fact check for that and then shared one of those infamous links with info about how voting by mail is safe and secure Viral reply on Twitter from Tom Fitton, which asserted “Mailing 51 million ballots to those who haven’t asked for increases risk of voter fraud and voter intimidation!”

Then a 30-page Misinformation Tracking Sheet goes on to list social media posts that the office disagreed with and asked the companies to take these particular posts down.

“In an internal email on January 12, 2021, Deputy Secretary of State and Chief Communications Officer Paula Valle emails Chief Counsel Steve Reyes and Jenna Dresner in the Office of Cybersecurity, as well as Press Secretary Sam Mahood stating that she is uncomfortable with Cal Matters reporter Fred Brewster’s questions about the office’s tracking and censoring effort,” the report stated.

“Hi Steve – Please see below – the reporter at Cal Matters who PRA’d us is doing a follow-up story. We asked him to send us his questions. I am not necessarily comfortable with his line of questions and the additional doors that this will open. I want to get your feedback I would simply like to give him a statement about what our goal is and leave it at that. Thoughts?” one of the emails said.

“Brewster’s questions, which include concerns from citizens who were targeted by the “Misinformation Tracker,” were sent on January 12, 2021,” the report continued.

“I reached out to the users on page 7 and page 21 of the Misinformation Tracker request I received. Both individuals wanted to know how their posts ended up being labeled misinformation and how, given their relatively small following, they came to the attention of the Office of Election Cybersecurity?” Infowars shared.

“Another user named “DC O’Bryan” had his post taken down (page 5 of the Misinformation Tracker). In an email, you highlight a report sent to the state that says, “I don’t know if this is hot air meant to provoke. If it is, a call from an official might get the point across that you don’t joke about election fraud.” Was O’Bryan called to confirm that his post was a joke?” the report added.

And this is just the tip of the iceberg. How long was this stuff going on for before the election?

The government has been trying to silence anyone who disagrees with their agenda. It’s time these folks be held accountable for what they’ve done.

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