The mainstream #TwitterFiles have revealed extensive Constitutional violations of American citizens, directed by a federal government that is hostile to its own people, using private companies and weaponized law enforcement to trample on the Bill of Rights.
I say the mainstream Twitter Files because, from my view, the more interesting reporting is not the disclosures being released by Bari Weiss and friends, but the once-banned-but-now-free information spinning off from investigators like Mike Benz @MikeBenzCyber and Michael Khoury @Vltra_MK.
Benz has released tomes of evidence that repeatedly incriminate the intricate network of federal, state, and local government, dark crypto financing networks, non-governmental “charitable” organizations, and the media that conceals it all. This 2017 memo issued just before Trump took office is one of my faves.
Khoury’s telegram channel @plvsvltraintel digs back to 1996 and earlier with video evidence and a long document trail. His “Ericsson Report,” published earlier this year reveals that our emergency communications are outsourced to Sweden, and Sweden is super tight with Iran. (Also, only emergency comms worked in DC on January 6, 2021, and now that seems sus).
The Ericsson report reads like a conspiracy theorists wet dream with Clinton and Podesta Emails, Ukraine, Benghazi, Election Fraud, and more. But it is not theory. It’s documented evidence, and it’s all out in the open.
But they couldn’t steal elections, right?
Now I know many people have poured through the Podesta emails and all the wikileaks and have probably reported this before. I was not one of them, and I just saw this email for the first time today. Thank you to everyone who exposed it before. I didn’t see it. I didn’t know. I promise, that hurts me more than it hurts you.
When Khoury sent me this email, I exclaimed, “How has this not been submitted into every election court case in the country?!”
Are you *@%$&#* kidding me?
Let’s take a look at what cannot be submitted as evidence in court.
Structure, Size, and Timing
Do you ever wonder how much money the parties centrally spend on campaigns? Well for 2016, the Democrats had a war chest of $1.5 Billion Dollars.
These are the people who advocate for raising your taxes, centralizing your lives under their control, significantly reducing your quality of life, and reducing the population – at least if you listen to their own words.
Sure, they’d never steal elections.
“Lets assume a total budget of about $1.5Billion, with more than 5000 paid employees and million(s) of volunteers. The entire startup ceases operation four days after November 8, 2016. The structure includes a Chairman or Chairwoman who is the external face of the campaign and a President who is the executive in charge of objectives, measurements, systems and building and managing the organization. Every day matters as our end date does not change. An official campaign right after midterm elections and a preparatory team assembled now is best.”
Fascinating. They were going to disband operations just four days after the election. They never thought she could lose.
I wonder why?
“The campaign headquarters will have about a thousand people, mostly young and hardworking and enthusiastic. Its [sic] important to have a very large hiring pool (such as Chicago or NYC) from which to choose enthusiastic, smart and low paid permanent employees. DC is a poor choice as its [sic] full of distractions and interruptions. Moving the location from DC elsewhere guarantees visitors have taken the time to travel and to help. The key is a large population of talented people who are dying to work for you. Any outer borough of NYC, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Boston are all good examples of a large, blue state city to base in. Employees will relocate to participate in the campaign, and will find low cost temporary housing or live with campaign supporters on a donated basis. This worked well in Chicago and can work elsewhere. The computers will be in the cloud and most likely on Amazon Web services (AWS). All the campaign needs are portable computers, tablets and smart phones along with credit card readers.”
We need the campaign centralized where there are a bunch of cheap, enthusiastic morons. Also, the computers – that is, the DNC citizen data gathering “get out the vote” computers – are all on AWS.
In case you’ve forgotten how I feel about cloud, I wrote about that here. It’s incredibly flexible and scalable technology, you just need to be cool with a pinkie-promise protecting your civil liberties. I’m told that, in the part of the military where they test critical infrastructure against nation-state level threats, cloud is laughingly referred to as “other people’s servers.”
So, the operation in 2016 was massive and well-funded. I’m sure they reeled it back in after #imwithher didn’t close the deal, right?
But what did they do?
What did this massive, well-funded operation do? Just a few things…
“a) The Field
Its [sic] important to have strong field leadership, with autonomy and empowerment. Operations talent needs to build the offices, set up the systems, hire the people, and administer what is about 5000 people. Initial modeling will show heavy hiring in the key battleground states. There is plenty of time to set these functions up and build the human systems. The field is about organizing people, voter contact, and get out the vote programs. For organizing tools, build a simple way to link people and activities as a workflow and let the field manage the system, all cloud based. Build a simple organizing tool with a functioning back-end. Avoid deep integration as the benefits are not worth it. Build on the cloud. Organizing is really about sharing and linking people, and this tool would measure and track all of it. There are many other crucial early investments needed in the field: determining the precise list of battleground states, doing early polling to confirm initial biases, and maintaining and extending voter protection programs at the state level.”
The field is where they gather your data. Why do they need all that data?
“b) The Voter
Key is the development of a single record for a voter that aggregates all that is known about them. In 2016 smart phones will be used to identify, meet, and update profiles on the voter. A dynamic volunteer can easily speak with a voter and, with their email or other digital handle, get the voter videos and other answers to areas they care about (‘the benefits of ACA to you’ etc.) The scenario includes a volunteer on a walk list, encountering a potential voter, updating the records real time and deepening contact with the voter and the information we have to offer.”
That seems pretty basic, right? Campaigns love their voter lists and applications like “Campaign Sidekick” are used by campaigns to effectively win votes and turn out voters.
Next comes the “marketing” side of things, and I am really surprised at how much Eric Schmidt — the billionaire who was CEO of Google just a few years prior to this email thread — is hard selling AWS in this operation. He is pushing cloud at every level, but why not GCP? There’s just no honor among thieves.
That cloud push, of course, is for the data. Even polling needs to be done online. They want every aspect of their operation trackable – so they can analyze it. (Analyze you.)
A large group of campaign employees will use digital marketing methods to connect to voters, to offer information, to use social networks to spread good news, and to raise money. Partners like Blue State Digital will do much of the fund raising. A key point is to convert BSD and other partners to pure cloud service offerings to handle the expected crush and load.
d) Media (paid), (earned) and (social), and polling
New tools should be developed to measure reach and impact of paid, earned and social media. The impact of press coverage should be measurable in reach and impact, and TV effectiveness measured by attention and other surveys. Build tools that measure the rate and spread of stories and rumors, and model how it works and who has the biggest impact. Tools can tell us about the origin of stories and the impact of any venue, person or theme. Connect polling into this in some way. Find a way to do polling online and not on phones.”
So, while the campaign operations of the major parties are just as gross as we all thought, it doesn’t seem out of the ordinary or unexpected, right?
“e) Analytics and data science and modeling, polling and resource optimization tools
For each voter, a score is computed ranking probability of the right vote. Analytics can model demographics, social factors and many other attributes of the needed voters. Modeling will tell us what who we need to turn out and why, and studies of effectiveness will let us know what approaches work well. Machine intelligence across the data should identify the most important factors for turnout, and preference. It should be possible to link the voter records in Van with upcoming databases from companies like Comcast and others for media measurement purposes. The analytics tools can be built in house or partnered with a set of vendors.”
Hypothesis: This is a big part of why Democrats don’t campaign. Machine intelligence is determining what drives a voter based on their massive data profile they have on EVERYONE, and then messaging (remember digital media above) is targeted to sway those voters.
It has nothing to do with candidates or policies.
They aren’t interested in changing your mind or earning your vote.
They’re manipulating you; or more precisely, their machines are manipulating you. The cloud is doing the work here. Who is managing that virtual infrastructure? Who is writing those algorithms?
And what happens to all that data when the operation disbands four days after the election?
Anyway, up to this point, it’s been frustrating and gross, but not illegal (as far as I can tell and I’m not a lawyer). But then there’s this:
“f) Core engineering, voter database and contact with voters online
The database of voters (NGP Van) is a fine starting point for voter records and is maintained by the vendor (and needs to be converted to the cloud). The code developed for 2012 (Narwahl etc.) is unlikely to be used, and replaced by a model where the vendor data is kept in the Van database and intermediate databases are arranged with additional information for a voter. Quite a bit of software is to be developed to match digital identities with the actual voter file with high confidence. The key unit of the campaign is a “voter”, and each and every record is viewable and updatable by volunteers in search of more accurate information.
In the case where we can’t identify the specific human, we can still have a partial digital voter id, for a person or “probable-person” with attributes that we can identify and use to target. As they respond we can eventually match to a registered voter in the main file. This digital key is eventually matched to a real person.”
Now, I know what you’re thinking. That this “partial digital voter id” for a “probable-person” only exists inside the massive Democrats’ database of voters. It’s not like they’re adding the probable-persons to the voter rolls. Are they?
Except… The purpose of “The Field,” listed up in section “a” so clearly, is to get out the vote.
This massive operation exists to register and influence voters.
It’s been long suspected that Democrat NGOs, such as Rock the Vote, have write access to the voter rolls in certain states. The Election Registration and Information Center has been repeatedly exposed for padding voter rolls across state lines — so much so that states voted to leave ERIC earlier this year. ERIC was developed by David Becker, who also runs the Center for Election Innovation and Research, serves as an analyst for CBS, the New York Times, and Washington Post, and is implicated in the Zuckerbucks scandal.
And he’s in charge of the integrity of the voter rolls across 33 states (plus that poser DC). Schmidt spells it out pretty clearly at the end of his email to Mills and Podesta:
“The KEY things
a) early build of an integrated development team and recognition that this is an entire system that has to be managed as such
b) decisions to exclusively use cloud solutions for scalability, and choice of vendors and any software from 2012 that will be reused.
c) the role of the smart phone in the hands of a volunteer. The smart phone manages the process, updates the database, informs the citizen, and allows fundraising and recruitment of volunteers (on android and iphone).
d) early and continued focus of qualifying fundraising dollars to build the field, and build all the tools. Outside money will be plentiful and perfect for TV use. A smart media mix tool tells all we need to know about media placement, TV versus other media and digital media.”
The volunteer exists to get out the vote. The volunteer does that through their smartphone which updates the database. That’s how the volunteers are getting out the vote.
But again, this is all banned from the courtroom because the government is protecting itself. Seems legit.
Anyway, I wonder what Mad Max was talking about back in 2013 when she said this:
And, of course, we all remember this:
I’m sure it’s totally unrelated. Republicans just need to vote harder next time.
See you in the camps!
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