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Bombshell: DHS Knew Mass Mail Voting Risks in 2020 But Censored Criticisms as ‘Disinformation’, Docs Show

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Damning revelations show government used COVID-19 as excuse to introduce what it knew to be risky and unsecured mail-in voting practices — then censored anyone who criticized radical new policy.

The Department of Homeland Security was aware of the mass mail-in voting risks ahead of the 2020 election but censored online criticism of the policy anyway, documents reveal.

Documents obtained through a lawsuit by America First Legal (AFL) show the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the DHS’s censorship arm, outlined numerous significant voter fraud risks in the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election.

/1🚨LITIGATION BOMBSHELL — we sued the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the censorship arm of DHS.

Our lawsuit unearthed new docs showing that the deep state knew the risks of mass mail voting in 2020 but censored these criticisms as “disinformation.”

THREAD: pic.twitter.com/iJ8SNxil82

— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) January 22, 2024

The CISA document lays out six specific election fraud risks:

  • 1. “Implementation of mail-in voting infrastructure and processes within a compressed timeline may also introduce new risk.”
  • 2. “For mail-in voting, some of the risk under the control of election officials during in-person voting shifts to outside entities, such as ballot printers, mail processing facilities, and the United States Postal Service.”
  • 3. “Integrity attacks on voter registration data and systems represent a comparatively higher risk in a mail-in voting environment when compared to an in-person voting environment.”
  • 4. “The outbound and inbound processing of mail-in ballots introduces additional infrastructure and technology, increasing potential scalability of cyber attacks.”
  • 5. “Inbound mail-in ballot processes and tabulation take longer than in-person processing, causing tabulation of results to occur more slowly and resulting in more ballots to tabulate following election night.”
  • 6. “Disinformation risk to mail-in voting infrastructure and processes is similar to that of in-person voting while utilizing different content. Threat actors may leverage limited understanding regarding mail-in voting processes to mislead and confuse the public.”

Officials cited COVID-19 as justification for implementing mail-in ballots across the country.

However, despite CISA concluding that in-person voting did NOT increase the spread of COVID-19, and outlining the risks posed by the major mass mail-in ballot policy change, the agency continued to support it.

/2 By September 2020, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) was aware that the evidence established that in-person voting did not increase the spread of COVID-19.

CISA was also aware that mass “vote-by-mail” schemes posed “major challenges,” including “the process… pic.twitter.com/An0nuZVb4T

— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) January 22, 2024

And though CISA shared its findings with the mainstream media, outlets like the Washington Post ignored them and continued attacking mail-in ballot concerns.

/7 Yet, The Washington Post and other similar outlets covered up the evidence and focused on CISA’s “independence from Trump” and CISA Director Chris Kreb’s “statements about the security of mail-in ballots” that “directly contradict” Trump. pic.twitter.com/igkFL86qGS

— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) January 22, 2024

Additionally, CISA’s main focus appeared to be controlling the narrative pertaining to mail-in ballots, flagging posts by former President Donald Trump and other conservative commentators criticizing the risky new policy, and forming the Election Integrity Partnership (EIP) to censor Americans’ speech related to mail-in voting.

/19 CISA formed the Election Integrity Partnership (EIP) to censor Americans’ speech, as @JudiciaryGOP and its Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government @Weaponization has found.

Director Krebs testified to Congress that “narratives are narratives,” so… pic.twitter.com/DzcMjKzwvh

— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) January 22, 2024

“In the EIP’s report touting the scope of its efforts, the EIP found that ‘[i]n the lead-up to the 2020 election, misinformation centered on mail-in voting.’ Accordingly, EIP collaborators—including CISA—submitted ‘tickets’ to flag social media posts relating to mail-in voting,” America First Legal noted.

/20 According to congressional investigators, CISA targeted entire “narratives” for censorship. pic.twitter.com/uNPdmH9l9Q

— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) January 22, 2024

In sum, according to AFL:

  • CISA knew that in-person voting did not increase the spread of COVID.
  • CISA knew mail-in voting was less secure.
  • CISA nevertheless supported policy changes to encourage unprecedented widespread mail-in voting.
  • CISA formed the EIP to censor narratives relating to mail-in voting.
  • CISA broadly monitored social media to detect unapproved “narratives” relating to mail-in voting and to confirm that platforms were adequately censoring them.

/22 The evidence is that:
🚨CISA knew that in-person voting did not increase the spread of COVID.
🚨CISA knew mail-in voting was less secure.
🚨CISA nevertheless supported policy changes to encourage unprecedented widespread mail-in voting.
🚨CISA formed the EIP to censor…

— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) January 22, 2024

These damning revelations show the federal government used COVID-19 as an excuse to introduce what it knew to be risky and unsecured mail-in voting practices then censored anyone who criticized the radical new policy.

Does anybody still believe Joe Biden rightfully won the 2020 election with 81 million votes?


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