WaPo uses Soros-funded group to attack GAI voter fraud exposé on day of book launch

What passes for “journalism” today? Washington Post reporter Eli Rosenberg contacted my organization, the Government Accountability Institute, at midnight to comment on an incendiary piece challenging our groundbreaking work on voter fraud. For some strange reason, we were unavailable at that time.

(Article by Eric Eggers republished from Breitbart.com)

He then promptly published the story at 5:45 a.m., noting that “GAI declined to comment on Tuesday morning.” His actions eliminate even the most charitable interpretations of anything resembling journalistic fairness.

His article is a hit piece posing as a news article. He’s clearly doing the bidding of left-wing activists who are concerned by our data-driven research that demonstrates real evidence of the threat of voter fraud.

The Washington Post’s antics shows that the very forces exposed in my book Fraud: How the Left Plans to Steal the Next Election are frightened by what we’ve uncovered.

Rosenberg cites these activists as “experts” to say voter fraud is not a problem. Who are these “disinterested” experts?

The Post cites Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap as an authority. Dunlap served on President Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity and last week released documents he claimed showed no evidence of widespread voter fraud.

Case closed? Hardly. First, the story fails to identify Dunlap as a progressive Democrat. It doesn’t mention that Dunlap was accused by other commission members of leaking internal documents to friendly press associates who then favorably reported leaked emails, sometimes within the hour. The article further fails to mention that

Fellow commission member J. Christian Adams, a former Department of Justice Civil Rights attorney and president of the conservative Public Interest Legal Foundation, said Dunlap was actively sabotaging the commission.

“Anyone who was close to the matter [knew he was] on a crusade to satisfy the radical progressives who don’t want any discussion about voter fraud,” Adams said after the commission disbanded under the weight of nineteen lawsuits and legal actions from progressive groups.

Kris Kobach, the commission’s Republican vice chairman, said Dunlap was being “willfully blind to the voter fraud in front of his nose.”

Who are the Post’s other “experts”?

Rosenberg then cites The Brennan Center as an authority.

The Brennan Center is often used by the Post to deliver what’s portrayed as a nonpartisan expert opinion which just so happens to always cut against evidence of voter fraud. I actually have an entire chapter on The Brennan Center in my book. The organization is so left-wing that it thinks 49 states, including California and New York, have voter requirements that are too restrictive!

But who is behind The Brennan Center?

The Brennan Center has received millions of dollars from George Soros’ Open Society Foundations. In 2016 alone, the organization was given $3 million for “organizational support.” Its president, Michael Waldman, is a former speechwriter for President Bill Clinton.

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