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Protecting our vote

These Republicans leaders won’t stay in power unless Trump gets re-elected in 2020 the same way he was elected in 2016. Because of this, Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham don’t want you to know what actually happened during the 2016 presidential elections, and they don’t want any new cyber security protections added before our 2020 presidential elections.

You will learn what actually happened during the 2016 presidential elections if you watch the Netflix documentary film, “The Great Hack,” which confirms a planning meeting in Trump Tower took place between Trump’s campaign officials and Cambridge Analytica. It also details how Cambridge Analytica employees worked side by side with Trump campaign employees at Trump’s social media campaign headquarters office in San Antonio, Texas to hack the 2016 presidential election.

In this Netflix video you’re literally “in the room” during hidden camera meetings when Cambridge Analytica principals expose the truth of why Republicans in the Senate refuse to vote on two election security bills already passed by the House. If passed, these bills would safeguard the integrity and security of our 2020 presidential elections and prevent illegal manipulation and election fraud by foreigners. McConnell refuses to allow voting on these two bills. A vote to approve these bills is the only way U.S. citizens can ensure ethical presidential elections in 2020.

After watching, ask yourself if you want the same Cambridge Analytica-style hack of our 2020 presidential elections as occurred in 2016. According to Brittany Kaiser, former director of Business Development at Cambridge Analytica turned whistleblower, “… I’m blowing the whistle on the whole industry. The problem starts with the Silicon Valley tech platforms, which track our every movement and make us easy to target.”

Kelly Courtright

Deer Park

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