Phill Kline, the former KS Attorney General, director of the Amistad Project, and Professor of Law at Liberty University appeared live on One American News Network (“OAN”)’s the Real Story with Natalie Harp on August 13, 2021, to speak about Mike Lindell‘s voter fraud cyber symposium, the 2020 election, the private funding of our elections and questions that must be answered by election officials ahead of 2022 and 2024.
Kline detailed the goals of the Amistad Project and its efforts to ensure that our nation’s elections are funded by the government and not by third-party leftists groups. Transparency, said Kline, “is one of the critical things about elections,” urging election officials to reform the way we currently hold elections to gain the trust of all Americans. The abuse of police powers, keeping legislators from enforcing their Constitutionally mandated responsibility of holding the time, place, and manner of our elections, and the involvement of Mark Zuckerberg and the Center for Tech and Civic Life (“CTCL”) were topics of discussion in the interview. Share with your fellow Americans to spread our importance message.
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