February 11, 2024

None Dare Call it Treason

Diane Kimura


Government directed destabilization of a national election is treason. And puts into question the legitimacy of the sitting president who apparently obtained his position via a government organized fraud.

New Impact study - New Freedom of Information releases obtained by America 1st Legal identify Federal agency CISA ("the most secure in American history.”) pushing mass mail voting it knew to be insecure & censoring critics. Huge.

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May be an image of text that says 'AMERICAFIRST America First Legal @America1stLegal -person voting did not increase the spread of /22 The evidence is that: CISA knew that 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. 2:28 PM Jan 22, 2024 183.1K Views'

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