The Architect Behind Mark Zuckerberg’s Election Takeover Is Finally Identified

( According to 100 Percent Fed Up, Michigan Judge Christopher Murray found that Michigan’s dishonest Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson did break the law when she instructed city clerks to disregard the signature matching rule on absentee ballots in the 2020 election. Benson was found to have violated Michigan election law.

According to Judge Murray, SOS Benson gave clerks matching signatures instructions on October 6 that they “must perform” their duties under the “presumption” that the signature is legitimate and defend the authenticity of the signature if there were “more matching features than non-matching features.” Clerks and election officials were told to settle minor disagreements whenever they could “in favor of establishing that the voter’s signature was legitimate.”

Just two weeks ago, the dishonest Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s attempt to block a lawsuit requiring her to remove 29,000 dead voters from the qualifying voter records was rejected by a judge.

J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, stated that it is troubling that they have to sue the Secretary of State to compel her to perform her duties. This initial victory is the first step in preventing the distribution of ballots to deceased registrants and lowering the risk of election fraud in Michigan.

Benson had lots of time to act, thanks to PILF. The Foundation first brought the almost 26,000 deceased registrations on the state’s voter lists to the attention of the Secretary of State by the Foundation in 2020. Adams added that after more than a year of delay, PILF filed a lawsuit against her in November 2021 to compel her to delete these deceased registrations off the voter list. “We achieved the case’s first victory this week.”

Twenty-five thousand nine hundred seventy-five deceased registrations from the voter lists were in question.

Twenty-three thousand six hundred sixty-three registrants have died for at least five years.

Over seventeen thousand people have been registered but never active
Three thousand nine hundred fifty-six registrants have been dead for over 20 years.

Jocelyn Benson, a Michigan elections official, is being sued for her alleged involvement in the “Zuckerbucks” plan. Unreported payments totaling at least $17 million were paid to Michigan election officials. A group of Michigan voters filed a reply brief on August 30, 2022.

A complaint against Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was launched in October 2020, contesting the over $20 million given to local election officials via a third-party nonprofit entity called the Center for Tech and Civic Life. The money was given to urban areas with a high concentration of Democrats, like Detroit and Flint.

Jocelyn Benson, the dishonest Secretary of State for Michigan, worked closely with a far-left group to influence the 2020 election. She was one of the “architects” of the Zuckerberg-led ‘Zuckerbergers’ plan in 2020.