Feds Quietly Move To Take Over Local Elections

FILE - Homeland Security logo is seen during a joint news conference in Washington, Feb. 25, 2015. Nina Jankowicz, the former head of a widely criticized disinformation board, faced a torrent of sexist profanities on social media and menacing emails filled with rape or death threats. And she is not alone as women around the globe who have risen to powerful government positions have faced an overwhelming crush of online harassment, stalking and abuse. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)
  • The Federal government is actively trying to take away what little power states have left in their own elections. According to Just The News, the Department of Homeland Security wants to have more power in how local elections are handled by quietly using an unknown non-profit called the Center for Internet Security Agency (CIS).
  • The trend started when the CIS suddenly popped up in county elections all across the country offering vague “cybersecurity services” to allegedly protect against cyberattacks. Nobody’s stopping this group from taking over. In fact, this group is being welcomed with open arms.
  • What most people probably don’t know is that the CIS has been embroiled in countless censorship scandals targeting information that they deem goes against the swamp’s official narrative. They have a history of censoring information from the public.
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