Emails Show How Democrats Allegedly Bought The Election Using Facebook, Non Profits And Former Lawmakers

Reports are starting to emerge by investigators who plainly spell out exactly how Democrat lawmakers, nonprofit groups, and massive corporations colluded together to flood the 2020 Presidential election will mail in voter ballots, most of them having a highly questionable chain of command.

“Emails obtained via an open records request reveal that the City of Milwaukee did not run the presidential election in accordance with state law and instead turned over administration of it to liberal-leaning groups after receiving a multimillion-dollar grant from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. One of these groups, the National Vote at Home Institute, was provided with daily absentee vote data and even asked for the City’s voter database!”

Dan O’Donnell reported in his article, Smoking Gun Emails Show How Milwaukee Mishandled the Presidential Election, for Newstalk 1130.


Amber McReynolds is the chief executive officer of both the National Vote At Home Institute and the National Vote At Home Coalition. McReynolds previously served as the Director of Elections for Denver, Colorado, where she helped write legislation that created same-day election registration and a statewide vote-by-mail system.

Philip Keisling serves as chair and director of both the Vote At Home Institute and the National Vote At Home Coalition.  Keisling, a Democrat, previously served as Oregon Secretary of State and in the Oregon House of Representatives. During his time as Secretary of State, Keisling oversaw state elections and helped to usher in the first vote-by-mail system in the United States.

Stephen Silberstien, a member of the liberal mega-donor group Democracy Alliance, sits on the board of Vote at Home.  Silberstein was a top-20 donor to presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s super PAC, Priorities USA Action.

Influence watch reported on National Vote At Home Institue in their report and said:

“Vote At Home, a trade name for the National Vote at Home Institute and its affiliated National Vote at Home Coalition, is an advocacy organization that pushes for a nationwide vote-by-mail electoral system. [1] The National Vote at Home Institute is the 501(c)(3) educational arm of Vote At Home; the National Vote At Home Coalition it the lobbying arm. The National Vote at Home Institute works to promote the benefits of a vote-from-home system[2], and the National Vote at Home Coalition works to lobby on behalf of a mail-balloting system through the regulatory and legislative processes. [3]

In its 2019 annual report, Vote at Home outlined its 2020 plans which included “flooding the zone” efforts in key states to expand the use and acceptance of vote-from-home policies. [4] While its claims that vote-by-mail policies are non-partisan,[5] Vote at Home is a partner of a number of progressive and left-of-center organizations, including Democracy Fund, Common Cause, Nonprofit VOTE, and Rock the Vote[6] It is also a partner of Unite America[7]”

According to the National Vote At Home Institute website, having been so successful in 2020, they will do it again.


In a year like none other, election officials, their staff, and countless community members came together to make this historic election happen. Democracy is a team sport, and that has never been more true than this year. Voter interest in mail ballots soared as fears of the virus grew. The National Vote at Home Institute worked diligently to present best practices and innovative solutions to aid states in a successful vote by mail expansion for both voters and administrators. Here you’ll find our assessment of how 2020 went and what we can do in 2021 to make elections even better.

See the Road Forward Here”
And now we know, President Donald J. Trump was right to be suspicious. How can Michigan and Wisconsin avoid an audit, knowing what we know about the mail-in ballots now?

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