A new bombshell report from Just The News has revealed the tangled web of intrigue that connects the federal government to a consortium of non-profit organizations that systematically worked to undermine and silence conservative candidates for office ahead of the 2020 elections.
The troubling revelation has raised serious questions about potential election meddling carried out by liberals as well as about the issue of the separation of powers.
The Election Integrity Partnership, established “in consultation” with the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, names four House members and one Senate candidate in its after-action report, including Republican leader Kevin McCarthy of California and frequently censored Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia (CISA).
The collaboration of four business firms, led by Stanford and University of Washington research institutions, targeted Just the News among other news organizations and mass-reported claimed falsehoods for 100 days before the election and around two weeks thereafter.
It claimed to have a 35% success rate for content removal, tagging, and “soft-blocking.”
Those targeted by the consortium, in addition to McCarthy and Greene, represent a whos who of conservative candidates across the country, and include such names as Rep. Paul Gosar, Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.), Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai, and Former Tennessee congressional candidate Robby Starbuck among others.
For her part Greene revealed during an intervention that she is currently planning on suing over the unprecedented censorship, claiming that her free speech was impinged.
“I’ve already talked to an attorney… and I’m owed damages” Green told “Just the News Not Noise.”