The New York Times, One Of The Greatest Tools Of The Anti-American And Anti-Election Integrity Movements, Gets Caught With Its Pants Down | “New York Times Mocks Concerns About a Voting Software Company and Then The CEO is Arrested The Next Day” | Frank Speech

As usual, fact is stranger than fiction, unless you understand how the Establishment works to gaslight the American people in order to stay in power. The New York Times published the following article on October 3, writing a sympathetic piece on the software election company, Konnech, and its CEO:

How a Tiny Elections Company Became a Conspiracy Theory Target
Election deniers catapulted a Michigan firm with just 21 U.S. employees to the center of unfounded voter fraud claims, exposing it to vicious threats. | New York Times

The next day, CEO Eugene Yu was arrested. Chalk up another one for the ‘conspiracy theorists’, including one of the biggest names leading the integrity movement, Mike Lindell of Frank Speech.

 New York Times Mocks Concerns About a Voting Software Company and Then The CEO is Arrested The Next Day | Frank Speech

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The New York Times Cannot Fall, It Was Born Fallen and Has Never Gotten Up | The Perjorative Way The New York Times’ Ad Placements Refer To The Irish, and today, how many New York Times’ writers refer to Trump Supporters and Those With Election Integrity Concerns, Is How Its Culture Has Always Treated Those Not of Their Ilk | “New York Times finds ‘no Irish need apply’ in classified ads” | Irish Times

The New York Times has proved definitively that the phrase “No Irish need apply” (NINA) was in widespread use in the middle of the 19th century in the United States.

The newspaper has identified at least 29 examples of the phrase in its classified advertisements. A variation, “Irish need not apply,” turned up at least seven times, and there were other examples, from “No Irishman need apply” to “Irishmen need not apply” to the phrase “No Irish.”

One advertisement was for a “young girl, 14 or 15 years old, either American or German, to take care of a young child. No Irish need apply.”

The paper identified a row of classified advertisements from May 1st, 1855 all of which requested a Protestant for housekeeping duties. These were seen at the time as specifically excluding Irish Catholic immigrants.

New York Times finds ‘no Irish need apply’ in classified ads | The Irish Times

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Bannon’s War Room | Episode 2210 | Morning Edition Hour 2 | Recorded October 6, 2022 | Video: 48 Minutes 58 Seconds

Episode 2210: We Have The Issue Sets, The Candidates, And We Connect To The American People.

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Bannon’s War Room | Episode 2209 | Morning Edition Hour 1 | Recorded October 6, 2022 | Video: 48 Minutes 58 Seconds

Episode 2209: Thousands Migrant Get Asylum Though COVID Procedures.

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Nightly News Rebroadcast | October 6, 2022 | Video: 26 Minutes 58 Seconds

The Justice Department indicted 11 pro-life activists on Oct. 6 for allegedly blocking the entrance to an abortion clinic. President Joe Biden is pardoning all federal offenses for simple marijuana possession.

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Bannon’s War Room | Episode 2208 | Evening Edition | Recorded October 6, 2022 | Video: 48 Minutes 58 Seconds

Episode 2208: Violence Continues On Border; Twitter Hates Conservatives They Refuse To Sell To Elon.

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The Most Secure Elections In The History Of The World | “Election Software CEO Arrested Over Data Theft, Storing Data on Servers in China” | Epoch Times

The head of Konnech Corp., a Michigan-based software company, was arrested on Oct. 4 for allegedly stealing and storing personal data of Los Angeles County election workers on servers in China.

Konnech CEO Eugene Yu, 51, was arrested in Michigan on charges of stealing “the personal identifying information” of Los Angeles County election workers, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

Investigators also seized computer hard drives and other digital data relevant to the case. The office stated that it would seek Yu’s extradition to Los Angeles.

According to the office, Konnech won a five-year, $2.9 million contract with Los Angeles County in 2020 for an election worker management system—named PollChief software—that was used by the county in the last California election.

The software was designed to assist with poll worker assignments, communications, and payroll, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón said in a statement.

Under the contract, Konnech was supposed to securely maintain the data and only provide access to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. But investigators found that the company stored the data on servers in China.

“In this case, the alleged conduct had no impact on the tabulation of votes and did not alter election results,” Gascón said. “But security in all aspects of any election is essential so that we all have full faith in the integrity of the election process.”

Election Software CEO Arrested Over Data Theft, Storing Data on Servers in China | Epoch Times

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Democrats Have Known All Along | Then They Partnered With The Chinese Communist Party | Video: 2 Minutes 40 Seconds

True The Vote is one of the organizations that has exposed election corruption and has been working diligently to bring integrity back to U.S. elections. The Democrat, Big Tech, and Corporate Establishment are out of control, and their adversary is the average, hardworking American.

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True the Vote: Nearly 104K Wis. Ballots Were Trafficked in 2020 | True The Vote

Representatives from election integrity group True the Vote, testified before the Wisconsin Campaigns and Elections Committee, revealing explosive numbers about drop boxes. One America’s Daniel Baldwin has more in Washington.

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True the Vote Issues Statement Regarding the Arrest of Konnech CEO Eugene Yu | True The Vote

True the Vote is honored to have played a small role in what must have been a wide ranging and complex investigation. The organization is profoundly grateful to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office for their thorough work and rapid action in this matter.

True the Vote was sued last month by Konnech to try to silence our organization, including obtaining an ex-parte TRO, conducted in secret so that True the Vote had no opportunity to contest it. This TRO limited True the Vote’s ability to speak on the litigation. Today Konnech CEO Eugene Yu was arrested based on alleged evidence of the very activities he and his organization attempted to suppress. Konnech was assisted by many reporters who unblinkingly accepted their now discredited claims as fact, and simply repeated them.

According to True the Vote Founder Catherine Engelbrecht, “Election integrity should not be a partisan issue, nor should media try to suppress all conversation about it in a way that benefits one party. We will continue to report evidence of threats to our election process and work with law enforcement to ensure our elections are a secure space for all American voters.”

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