The more we dig into the corrupt, illegal, illegitimate and dirty works surrounding the 2020 Election, the more we see some of the same players. The Election Group and Ryan Macia are two of these players.
We found both the head of The Elections Group, Jennifer Morrell and Ryan Macias as expert observers in Arizona when attempting to stop that audit of the 2020 results.
BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Morrell and ‘The Elections Group’ Were Involved in Georgia’s 2020 Election, Criticize the Arizona Audit, and Are Connected to Huge Far-Left Nonprofits
We also found both Morrell and Macias in the Election Task Force. A group of Deep State players who worked behind the scenes to ensure a Biden win at all costs.
EXCLUSIVE: The Entity Behind the Effort to Stop the Maricopa Audit Revealed – The National Task Force on Election Crisis
TRENDING: EXCLUSIVE: Potential Witness Tampering as Gaige Grosskreutz, the Felon Who Aimed His Gun at Kyle Rittenhouse, Had Two Prior Charges Dismissed by Prosecutors Only Days Before Trial
We also found the Elections Group in Colorado.
Jennifer Morrell from ‘The Elections Group’ Turned Up in Several States — Now Seen Partying with Dominion Executive Eric Coomer and Colorado Democrats and Election Officials
We also found the Elections Group in Wisconsin.
REVEALED: Milwaukee Elections Executive Woodall-Vogg Who Laughed About the Election Steal on Election Night Was Caught Handing Over Sensitive Election Data to Liberal Groups Before Election
Now we have found that Macias was in Georgia before the 2020 Election.
Kevin Moncla at UncoverDC reported that Macias was identified in Georgia before the audit. Moncla notes that when Fulton County was attempting to address legally required testing on voting machines they worked with Macias. An email confirmed this:
Macias worked with Dominion before the election of 2020 to validate the machines used in the state. The problem is he is from out of state and Dominion were as well and their work wasn’t complete until after the voting machines were used in the early voting in Georgia.
More findings, more corruption, more questions, more fraud.
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