While the mainstream media has been extremely quiet about the 2020 election and the supposed fraud that took place, thanks to films like 2000 Mules, the truth can’t be ignored as more and more evidence is surfacing, showing how the election was stolen. Although 2000 Mules continues to circulate online and in movie theaters, recently, Nick Moseder discussed how the election wasn’t just rigged by a few individuals but by massive companies and nonprofit organizations like UnidosUS.
In the video featured below, Moseder explained, “we’re in an information war, and this information has to get out to the public. So without further ado, let’s get right into it. Now you guys probably remember Guillermo Fuentes and Alma Juarez were indicted for ballot trafficking in Yuma County, Arizona. Alma Juarez pled guilty, and Guillermo Fuentes pled guilty to a charge of conspiracy. And as we’ve heard from Greg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht, these two have actually taken plea bargains and rolled over on some of the bigger fish.”
Detailing how UnidosUS played a part in the 2020 election, Moseder noted, “Now UnidosUS is a much, much larger organization. In fact, they’re the United States’ largest Latino nonprofit advocacy organization, which advocates in favor of progressive public policy changes, including immigration reform, a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants, and reduced deportations. UnidosUS has a massive affiliate network, totaling 282 affiliates across the US, and we know that one of those affiliates was involved in ballot trafficking in the 2020 election. But what if I told you that there’s another organization connected to UnidosUS, which was just taken down for ballot trafficking as well in the state of Texas on June 17, 2020. A press release on election integrity shows Attorney General Ken Paxton successfully prosecuted a woman who pleaded guilty to 26 felony counts of voter fraud. Monica Mendez ran a vote harvesting operation on behalf of a subsidized housing Corporation in order to influence the outcome of a utility board election.”
Moseder added, “So Victoria County, Texas has an NGO which claims to be helping the poor with free housing saying they’ve given $17.5 million. But there’s zero evidence that they’ve helped any poor people with free housing. Now, this is an editorial from 2018. And now, four years later, one of the people involved in this nonprofit has just gone down on 26 counts of felony ballot harvesting. And this is just one of the many affiliates of UnidosUS. Now here’s what I think you guys will find most interesting. Let’s take a look at who actually funds UnidosUS. These are their biggest institutional funders.”
Not giving the entire list, Moseder revealed the massive influence behind UnidosUS like “AARP, Amazon, AT&T, Bank of America, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Capital One, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the Centers for Disease Control, aka the CDC, Citi Group Corporation, Comcast, FedEx, Ford Foundation, Google, General Mills, Johnson and Johnson, JP Morgan, Marriott International, which ties back to Mitt Romney, McDonald’s, NASCAR, the NIH, Nationwide Insurance, Pepsi, Pfizer, Starbucks, State Farm, Target, Coca Cola, the Tides Foundation, which is George Soros, TMobile, Toyota, Verizon, Kellogg’s, Walgreens, Walmart, Wells Fargo.”
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