Election Integrity Alliance is a new organization founded by Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, and former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik. Its goal is to “end election fraud and improve election protections by providing facts, tools, endorsements of allies’ campaigns, and strategies to ensure free and fair elections.”
The American Greatness Fund founded the party.
Politico reports that voter fraud allegations are unfounded, but they don’t justify why Democrats are going to such lengths to avoid vote audits.
The innocent love investigations because they demonstrate that everything is fair and legal. So, why do you think Democrats declined to let conservatives watch the election count on election night and during the early morning vote fall in Trump-winning swing states?
In a statement, the organization said:
“The Election Integrity Alliance’s National Board is comprised of individuals who have fought for election integrity at great personal risk and who are champions for free and fair elections.”
There has already been some shady business in areas like Antrim County, Michigan, where 6,000 Trump votes were moved to Biden, and Windham, New Hampshire, where all of the Republican candidates’ totals were tampered with.
What’s more suspicious is that many of the “mistakes” benefited the Democrats, leading many to suspect the election was rigged. Recent audits, such as those in Maricopa County, Arizona, can help us understand what happened during the election.
Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale created the American Greatness Fund, which is part of an ever-growing network of Trump-aligned advocacy groups that have sprung up since the 2020 election.
The America First Policy Institute was founded by former Trump senior advisers Brooke Rollins and Larry Kudlow; the American Cornerstone Institute was founded by Ben Carson, who served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Trump administration; and the Center for American Restoration was founded by Russ Vought, who oversaw Trump’s Office of Management and Budget.
Conservatives see the organizations as crucial in a larger attempt to counteract a powerful liberal “black money” machine. Last month, a group of major donors gathered at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate to discuss a path forward. The Conservative Policy Institute, which is led by Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and ex-South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint and provides support to non-profit organizations, convened a group of major donors at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate to discuss a path forward.