100 Percent Fed Up reports – In March 2021, Michigan’s dishonest Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was found to be in violation of Michigan election law by Michigan Judge Christopher Murray, who ruled that Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson did, in fact, break the law when she directed city clerks to ignore the signature matching law on absentee ballots in the 2020 election.
Judge Murray wrote that Benson, on Oct. 6, SOS Benson instructed clerks who were matching signatures that they “must perform” their duties under the “presumption” that the signature is valid and uphold the signature’s validity if there were “more matching features than non-matching features.” Whenever possible, clerks and election officials were instructed to resolve slight differences “in favor of finding that the voter’s signature was valid.”
Only two weeks ago, a judge ruled against the dishonest Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s attempt to stop a lawsuit forcing her to remove 29,000 DEAD VOTERS from the qualified voter rolls.
“It’s alarming that we have to sue the Secretary of State to get her to do her job,” said J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation. “This initial win is the first step to ensuring that deceased registrants are not receiving ballots and reducing the opportunity for fraud in Michigan’s elections.”
PILF gave Benson plenty of time to act. The Foundation first notified the Secretary of State in 2020 about the nearly 26,000 deceased registrants on the state’s voter rolls. “After over a year of inaction, PILF sued her in Nov. 2021 to force her to remove these deceased registrants from the voter roll,” Adams said. “This week, we got our first win in the case.”
At issue were 25,975 deceased registrants from the voter rolls.
- 23,663 registrants dead for five years or more
- 17,479 registrants dead for at least a decade
- 3,956 registrants dead for at least 20 years
The United States Western District Court of Michigan denied Benson’s effort to dismiss PILF’s lawsuit for failing to remove deceased registrants from the state’s voter roll. The court also denied the motions of two leftist groups seeking to intervene. The Detroit/Downriver Chapter of the A. Philip Randolph Institute and the Michigan Alliance for Retired Americans, and Rise, Inc. were granted an opportunity to file a reply.
“The Court concludes that oral argument is unnecessary to resolve the issues presented,” wrote the judge on Aug. 25. “The court denies Secretary Benson’s motion to dismiss, grants the Proposed Intervenors leave to file a reply, and denies their motion to intervene.”
Now, the woman who (laughably) calls Michigan’s 2020 election the safest and most secure in the state’s history has been identified as one of the architects of what is quite possibly the most well-coordinated scheme to steal an election in modern history.
In 2020, at the peak of COVID, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan gave over $400 million to election groups with relatively benign-sounding names like CTCL (Center for Tech and Civic Life). The front story is that the money would be used to help facilitate safe elections during COVID. The actual story is that it was a well-coordinated scheme that gave third-party groups the ability to manipulate and ultimately affect the outcome of the 2020 election. Instead of being used on PPE, the Zuckerberg funds were instead used to “get out the vote” in critical Dem stronghold districts in swing states across America.
Thomas More Law Society lawyer Thor Hearne asserts that the Zuckerberg money inflow was claimed to relate to COVID and the need to purchase personal protective equipment, but reports show only a tiny percentage of the money was used to pay for COVID-related personal protective equipment.
“COVID dangers were used as a cover for providing Center for Tech and Civic Life monies to municipalities to boost Democrat candidates in the 2020 election through increased mail-in voting and ballot harvesting in predominantly urban jurisdictions and to the detriment of Michigan voters who live in suburban and rural jurisdictions of the state,” said Thor Hearne, Thomas More Society Special Counsel.
“Because the funds were channeled through Center for Tech and Civic Life, a ‘charity,’ and characterized as ‘grants,’ Zuckerberg’s ‘donations’ were not covered by campaign finance laws. Instead, they were unlimited and unregulated ‘dark money,’” said Hearne.
Hearne explained, “The Michigan Constitution guarantees every eligible citizen the right of equal protection when it comes to voting, and that means state officials may not put in place an election scheme that enhances the weight of votes cast by one class of voters or increases one favored class of voters’ access to the ballot. That’s just what happened here. Analysis of data that the Center for Tech and Civic Life provided to the Internal Revenue Service and other public records demonstrates that this scheme was designed to favor urban areas in Michigan and to disadvantage Michigan voters in rural and suburban more politically conservative areas.”
Until now, it wasn’t clear who was behind the massive vote scandal.
The non-profit Thomas More Law Society has filed a lawsuit against MI SOS Jocelyn Benson for her alleged role in the ‘Zuckerbucs’ scheme that used third-party money to buy drop boxes and fund satellite voting centers, specifically in Democrat stronghold areas of Detroit.
From Thomas More Law Society: Benson allowed Mark Zuckerberg-funded organizations to pay local election officials millions of dollars in exchange for directing how the election officials conduct Michigan elections. At least $17 million of unreported payments were made to Michigan election officials. Evidence confirms that Benson was aware of this private funding scheme and even encouraged election officials to participate. The reply brief filed on August 30, 2022, in the Michigan Court of Appeals on behalf of a group of Michigan voters, addressed Benson’s claims that she is not responsible because “she did not personally hand out the money” and that the courts have no authority to review her failure to follow Michigan law because the election scheme occurred in the 2020 general election.
As for Benson’s claim that she is immune from judicial accountability because she did not personally hand out the money, Hearne disagrees. Benson is Michigan’s “Chief Election Responsibility.” She was elected to assure that every Michigan citizen and eligible voter has equal access to the ballot and that the election is conducted in a fair and just manner consistent with Michigan’s Election Code and state Constitution.
Benson does not dispute that “she is responsible for supervising Michigan elections and directing how Michigan – and other – election officials conduct the election,” Hearne stated. “Nor does she deny that she was fully aware of and supported this private funding scheme. Secretary Benson is asking the court to overlook her responsibility and hold that, because she did not personally pay the money to election officials, she bears no responsibility.”
Hearne noted that Benson actually encouraged local election officials to participate in the private funding scheme. And no one disputes the fact that Zuckerberg-funded organizations paid Michigan election officials close to $20 million, possibly more, and directed how these election officials would use this money to conduct Michigan elections.
The lawsuit against Benson was first filed in October 2020, challenging the almost $20 million paid by billionaire Facebook founder Zuckerberg to local election officials through a third-party charitable organization, the Center for Tech and Civic Life. In exchange for money paid to them by the Center for Tech and Civic Life, local election officials agreed to conduct the election in a manner to increase mail-in voting. The funds were given to predominantly Democratic urban jurisdictions, including the cities of Detroit and Flint. The Zuckerberg money was also used to buy remote unattended ballot drop-boxes that were used for allegedly illegal ballot harvesting.
The Gateway Pundit, 100 Percent Fed Up, and MC4EI have been working for months to compile evidence of [potential] voter fraud or ballot harvesting, using drop boxes paid for by Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan. MI election law allows each voter to drop their own ballot into a drop box. They are also able to drop ballots of immediate family members into the drop box. There are multiple instances of individuals dropping off 20+ ballots into the Detroit drop boxes at satellite voting centers.
Watch the stunning footage here:
This funding is referred to as “dark money,” or political spending meant to influence the decision of a voter, where the donor is not disclosed, and the source of the money is unknown. The bipartisan Carter-Baker Commission on Election Reform found that mail-in ballots were the most common mechanism for vote fraud and illegal voting. Remote unattended ballot drop boxes enable ballot harvesting schemes and undermine public confidence in the honesty and integrity of elections.
The Federalist looked into the connection behind MI Dem SOS Benson and Mark Zuckerberg. Here is a portion of their report – A nonprofit connected to Mark Zuckerberg-funded groups worked with Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson to influence state elections ahead of 2020. The changes include getting the state to alter how it used absentee ballots without an act of the state legislature.
Documents exclusively obtained by The Federalist through an open records request show National Vote at Home Institute CEO Amber McReynolds working with Benson to change Michigan elections policy. NVAHI shares leadership ties with the Center for Tech and Civic Life, a group that shuttled money from Zuckerberg to government election agencies ahead of the 2020 election, as The Federalist previously reported. In several instances, NVAHI and CTCL worked together to influence the 2020 election.
As part of their in-depth investigation, The Federalist has obtained emails between MI SOS Jocelyn Benson and the radical “Vote at Home,” the far-left group with whom Benson later became a board member.
President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation J. Christian Adams spoke about Michigan’s dishonest Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and how she became one of the “architects” of the Zuckerberg scheme in 2020.
“She’s actually one of the architects of Zuckerbucks,” Adams explained. “She was one of the ones who sat down with Vanita Gupta, of the uh, of one of the far-left civil rights groups and now associate attorney general number 3 at the DOJ.
“Vanita Gupta and Jocelyn Benson and others were the ones who cooked this whole thing up with Zuckerberg and his wife, he said, adding: “So, she was there in the beginning. I mean, look, they come up with devious diabolical ways to put their thumb on the scales, and she’s uh, she’s one of the architects.”
Michigan voters have a decision to make in November. Will they re-elect a lawless and dishonest Secretary of State, or will they elect her Republican opponent Kristina Karamo, who has made fixing our broken elections that have become a cakewalk to steal for anyone smart enough to game the system?
Whether they use “COVID” as an excuse or send out over 7 million unrequested absentee ballot applications as a way to track returned mail from registered voters whose ballots can then be used to fill a deficit if needed in the 11th hour of an election, one crooked Secretary of State can change the outcome of Michigan’s election and possibly the outcome of the entire nation’s elections.