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How Was ERIC Used to Steal Elections?
A little-known voter roll partnership was actually a Democrat election ally
Did you know that a system called the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) was used in America’s recent elections to subvert our democracy?
What is ERIC, you ask?
This is how its designers describe the system in a short video.
Seems helpful, doesn’t it? Keeping America’s voter rolls “up to date” seems a worthy mission for a non-profit. That’s why 30 states signed up (at one point) to use this supposedly “non-partisan” system.
It turns out that ERIC was not really a “non-partisan” system of course — since it was used by Democrats to cheat in our recent elections.
How was ERIC used maliciously in recent elections exactly?
In a bombshell report, Hayden Ludwig has uncovered records full of coordination between state election officials using ERIC and Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) going back to 2020.
Emails showed election officials in Georgia and Rhode Island sharing voter information from ERIC with Zuckerberg’s Democrat activists. Georgia elections officials actually sent ERIC data to CEIR to generate a list of eligible-but-unregistered individuals (to target with registration mailers) that was sent back to ERIC and then sent along to Georgia!
In other words, ERIC was a Democrat activist group pretending to be a non-partisan voting rights organization.
In fact, ERIC was apparently created by a Democrat lawyer named David Becker in 2012 — and that same David Becker left ERIC to work for Zuckerberg’s CEIR in 2016.
Convenient, isn’t it?
Now you know why some blue states don’t want to clean up their voter rolls at all. In fact, election integrity groups have been forced to sue states like Michigan to clean up their rolls against the wishes of election officials.
The good news is that Florida, West Virginia, and Missouri just announced they were leaving the ERIC partnership last month — following Louisiana, Alabama, Ohio, and Iowa out the door. That’s seven states.
Texas and Alaska may soon follow.
This groundswell of resistance has created a panic in the corrupt corporate media too. That should tell you everything you need to know.
Election officials in notoriously corrupt Georgia and Utah (a mail-in ballot state!) vowed to keep using the system of course.
South Carolina still won’t quit ERIC either.
There’s still plenty of work to do — even in red states.