Main Executive Summary
The 2020 presidential election witnessed an unprecedented and
coordinated public-private partnership to improperly influence the 2020
presidential election on behalf of one particular candidate and party.
Funded by hundreds of millions of dollars from Facebook founder Mark
Zuckerberg and other high-tech interests, activist organizations created a
two-tiered election system that treated voters differently depending on
whether they lived in Democrat or Republican strongholds.
Private monies dictated city and county election management contrary to
both federal law and state election plans endorsed and developed by
state legislatures with authority granted by the United States
Moreover, executive officials in swing states facilitated, through unique
and novel contracts, the sharing of private and sensitive information
about citizens within those states with private interests, some whom
actively promote leftist candidates and agendas.
This data sharing allowed direct access to data of unique political value
to leftist causes, and created new vulnerabilities for digital manipulation
of state electronic poll books and counting systems and machines.
This public-private partnership in these swing states effectively placed
government’s thumb on the scale to help these private interests achieve
their objectives and to benefit the candidates of one political party.
The Amistad Project began monitoring these activities beginning in the
spring of 2019, originally focusing on the digital vulnerabilities of state
— Phill Kline, Director of the Amistad Project of the Thomas More