What was discussed and planned for when U.N. Entities met with Facebook Employees and
Last week, The Gateway Pundit (TGP) broke two exclusive stories about the involvement of NASS and NASED with a U.N. committee of election observers in 2018 and 2020. That committee is the OSCE PA / ODIHR, which stands for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly / the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.
NASS and NASED both met with the U.N. committee in 2018 and in 2020 and were explicitly thanked by the committee, in their reports, for all their help with the U.N. election observation operation and meetings. It is, therefore, presumed that it was NASS and NASED leadership that generated the targeted list of U.S. nonprofits which the U.N. teams met with in May 2018 and in May 2020.
Among the list of activist, far-left, radical and even socialist nonprofits the U.N. met with was the Center for Election Innovations and Research (CEIR), which is one of the nonprofits the Amistad Project exposed as being a nonprofit bagman for the $0.5+ billion in “Zuckerbucks” in 2020. That money was distributed directly to state and county election officials, especially in the 6 swing states.
The U.N. committee met with CEIR in both 2018 and 2020.
In 2020, this U.N. committee also had a special meeting with Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook executives, Katie Harbath, Public Policy Director and Crystal Patterson, Head of Global Civic Partnerships.
The public does not have a clue what Facebook’s Head of Global Civic Partnerships was doing meeting with U.N. officials who were gathering data for the U.N. about U.S. election infrastructure, U.S. election cybersecurity, and elections in May of 2020, as COVID-19 shut down commerce and transportation across the planet.
We now know that Zuckerberg and his Zuckerbucks and his Facebook not only influenced our 2020 elections – with mammoth pots of money distributed top-to-bottom, across the entire “election official infrastructure” in the United States – but that his Facebook Executives also had some unknown reason to meet with foreign, U.N. election observers, just six months before our presidential elections.
Another meeting was held by the U.N. in 2018 with the International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES) [sic], which is actually called the International Foundation for Electoral Systems. Richard W. Soudriette was the IFES founding president for 19 years. He stepped down in 2007.
He is a founding member and advisor of the Association of European Election Officials (ACEEEO) – formerly the Association of Central and Eastern European Election Officials – in 1991. The ACEEEO is the European equivalent to the American National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) and the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED).
This man knows his way around election administration and election infrastructure, as well as the public officials who control elections, who oversee and control the actual vote count, and who certify elections.
Richard W. Soudriette is also the chairman of the SGO Smartmatic International Elections Advisory Council.
This is the same Smartmatic whose Denis Bechac, Business Development Director, donated $5,000 to NASS in 2020 or 2021, and whose Hugh Gallagher, Business Development Advisor, was a Silver Level donor to NASS in 2018.
We don’t know the outcome of all these secret meetings presumably brokered by NASS/NASED with the U.N., which took place prior to our mid-term elections, in May 2018, and prior to our presidential elections, in May 2020 – as COVID-19 raged across the world.
This same U.N. committee observed our actual elections on November 6, 2018 and on November 3, 2020 in unknown locations spread all across the U.S. with the purpose of reporting their findings back to the U.N. OSCE PA.