Lawsuit is Filed Against DHS for Election Censorship Collusion Records
The Judicial Watch Foundation recently announced a lawsuit filed against the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) connected to records of what it alleges was election censorship collusion taking place between state actors and private tech companies, universities, and several organizations.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit’s goal is to obtain records highlighting communications among the Election Integrity Partnership (EIP).
The Judicial Watch, Inc. v. US Department of Homeland Security was filed in the US District Court for the District of Columbia, following the DHS’s decision to to ignore the foundation’s FOIA request that dates back to late October 2022.
The information that the original request sought, which Judicial Watch is currently hoping to obtain in court, deals with all correspondence (emails, Direct Messages, etc) between the EIP and the DHS, at all levels, but also encompasses communications with any social media company.
In addition, eight other universities and organizations are featured in the filing. Rankovich noted that these were “the University of Washington’s Center for an Informed Public, Stanford University’s Internet Observatory, the Center for Internet Security, the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing & Analysis Center, the National Association of Secretaries of State, the National Association of State Election Directors, Graphika, and the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensics Research Laboratory.”
The way the DHS is speculated to have gotten in communication with these entities is through the Cybersecurity and Information Security Agency, which is also a recipient of funding from the US Defense Department, with a tool made by Atlassian – an Australian software program designed to grant teams the ability to work on projects.
In this case, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton believes that the program they collaborated on is “election interference and censorship of Americans.”
The DHS is an unconstitutional agency that needs to be flushed down the toilet. It was one of the worst aspects of the administration of George W. Bush and it should serve as a reminder to America First nationalists that the two-party duopoly is committed to destroying their civil liberties.
To see any genuine policy changes at the national level, America First nationalists must purge the political system of Democrats and Republicans alike.