REVEALED: Soros’s Election Coup Playbook Demanding America Abandons Constitutional Norms And Prepares For A ‘Street Fight’
REVEALED: Soros’s Election Coup Playbook Demanding America Abandons Constitutional Norms And Prepares For A ‘Street Fight’ by
THE NATIONAL PULSE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF RAHEEM KASSAM HAS OUTLINED THE RADICAL, ANTI-DEMOCRATIC TACTICS THE TRANSITION INTEGRITY PROJECT IS DEPLOYING TO SECURE A FRAUDULENT VICTORY FOR DEMOCRAT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOE BIDEN IN THE 2020 ELECTION.
The Transition Integrity Project, which purports to be bipartisan, is run by individuals linked to leftist mega-donor George Soros and the Chinese Communist Party-affiliated Berggruen Institute. Their full playbook, with annotations, is embedded below.
On August 3rd The National Pulse published an article which explained an impending attempt to delegitimize the election coming from the far left and their corporate backers. George Soros, the Berggruen Institute, the Gates Foundation and a handful of NeverTrump operatives within the Republican Party created a front group called the Transition Integrity Project.
They claim they are non-partisan or bipartisan – they use those words interchangeably though they actually mean different things – and that their raison d’etre is that Trump will try to steal the election.
The group is linked with the Chinese Communist Party, too.
This group has had an avalanche of positive press coverage from the New York Times to local papers, to Vox, to the Atlantic magazine and more. They’re being heralded as saviors of this election.
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The Transition Integrity Project makes no bones about its scorn for the Electoral College and we know why. The Electoral College prevents mob rule. It prevents the coastal elites running roughshod over what they call “Flyover country”. And it specifically was designed to do so.
In other words it was intended to stop the tyranny of the majority and mob rule.
But the Transition Integrity Project unironically accuses the RIGHT of opposing America’s norms, while they say this about the Electoral College:
“TIP recognizes and shares the view that the Electoral College is profoundly anti-democratic, and that numerous long-standing practices also function to create structural biases in our voting system. For present purposes, however, these constraints are treated as givens.”
In addition to objecting to the Electoral College – a constitutional necessity – they take aim at more recent norms within the U.S. The norm of “Election night”.