(Liberty Bell) – The radical left has relentlessly mocked Americans who believe the 2020 election was rigged through various tactics and means. Despite their mockery, evidence has and continues to be exposed proving these concerns to be legitimate.
The left-wing establishment media has made a habit of calling concerned Americans “election deniers” and referring to concerns over the 2020 election as the “big lie.”
The New York Times even just ran a piece on Monday mocking the group True the Vote, calling them “election deniers,” over claims that a Michigan-based software company called Konnech was storing personal information about poll workers in Los Angeles on servers in China.
The New York Times went as far as to call this allegation a “conspiracy theory” but, as most stories labeled “conspiracies” by the left, it turns out the allegation is entirely true.
The very next day after the Times ran their story, Eugene Yu, CEO of Konnech, was arrested on allegations that he was “storing critical information that the workers provided on servers in China,” the Los Angeles Times reported.
Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, who is expected to extradite Yu to Los Angeles, announced prosecutors learned of the data breach this year through a “separate investigation” carried out by his office.
Konnech has denied the charges and stated the company is “continuing to ascertain the details of what we believe to be Mr. Yu’s wrongful detention by LA County authorities.”
“Any LA County poll worker data that Konnech may have possessed was provided to it by LA County, and therefore could not have been ‘stolen’ as suggested,” Konnech declared in its statement.
In his New York Times article, Stuart A. Thompson asserted that True the Vote had made Konnech the center of a “conspiracy theory.”
The “election deniers,” Thompson wrote, had “threadbare evidence” that Konnech “had secret ties to the Chinese Communist Party and had given the Chinese government back door access to personal data about two million poll workers in the United States.”
Thompson explained that the Michigan-based election company was contracted by Los Angeles and Allen County, Indiana to provide apps for election logistics such as scheduling poll workers.
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I have never seen anything age this poorly, this quickly. By NYT's @stuartathompson
Also, could adults stop using the Democrat propaganda term "election denial" to describe people with legitimate challenges to election administration? It's so puerile. pic.twitter.com/YEcevYjhdI
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 5, 2022
Election watchdog group True the Vote had been suspicious of Konnech for some time. At an event in the Phoenix area back in August, True the Vote leaders Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips told their audience that they had discovered the Konnech security breach and had notified the FBI.
In a statement on Yu’s arrest, True the Vote noted it was “honored to have played a small role in what must have been a wide ranging and complex investigation.”
“The organization is profoundly grateful to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office for their thorough work and rapid action in this matter,” True the Vote reported.
True the Vote was sued last month by Konnech. The nonprofit organization claims the lawsuit was Konnech’s attempt to silence them. Konnech obtained an ex-parte temporary restraining order in secret giving the election integrity group no opportunity to contest it.
“Today, Konnech CEO Eugene Yu was arrested based on alleged evidence of the very activities he and his organization attempted to suppress,” True the Vote commented.
Alluding to the New York Times story Monday, among others, True the Vote said Konnech “was assisted by many reporters who unblinkingly accepted their now discredited claims as fact, and simply repeated them.”
“Election integrity should not be a partisan issue, nor should media try to suppress all conversation about it in a way that benefits one party,” remarked Engelbrecht.
“We will continue to report evidence of threats to our election process,” she continued, “and work with law enforcement to ensure our elections are a secure space for all American voters.”
Maybe it’s time for the dishonest media to drop the act. Americans aren’t fooled by their blatant lies and propaganda. Thankfully there are groups like True the Vote working hard to expose all of the leftist shenanigans.
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