The organization "canvassed six Montana counties to ask questions about the Montana 2020 General Election in which 612,075 votes were cast. The counties canvassed were Carbon, Flathead, Lewis & Clark, Missoula, Ravalli, and Yellowstone," the report says, according to the group's website.
"Of the 4,347 voters for whom the canvassers obtained information, we found 1,138 voters who cast votes which are considered to be invalid. This is 26.2% of the voters canvassed. Extrapolated across the whole state of Montana this represents 120,261 invalid votes!" the site continued.
A previous statement published by the organization noted that Montana was also targeted for election interference by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who contributed hundreds of millions of dollars in a 'get out the vote' effort that targeted Democratic strongholds where critics say much of the massive fraud took place:
Large sums of Mark Zuckerberg's money infiltrated 28 of 56 Montana counties in the November 2020 election. According to an official 990 tax return from the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), Montana took a total of $2.5 million from the Zuckerberg-funded non-profit.
According to an earlier report released by Montana Election Integrity Project (MEIP), Montana again takes the lead in national potential election fraud by having the #1 county in the country in per capita CTCL funds.
Blaine County received $36.40 per capita, the highest of the 28 counties that accepted funds. The second-highest county was Glacier, with $19.15 per capita. It is suspected that the goal was to narrow the margin in Republican states.
In addition, Montana is #4 in the US in per capita CTCL funds, only behind Georgia, Maine, and New Jersey.
"The Center for Tech and Civic Life, or CTCL, claims to be an organization modernizing elections in America. Their mission states they connect Americans with information that will civically engage them and promote professional, inclusive, and secure elections," the MEIP said.
"However, CTCL funds tipped the scales to increase turnout in Democrat-leaning counties in swing states, as well as in counties in traditionally Republican-leaning states like Montana and Utah during the 2020 Presidential Election," the integrity organization added.
Draza Smith, an electrical and computer engineer, who formerly worked at Sandia National Labs focusing on Cyber and Grid Security, said of the results of the MEIP analysis: “The election was not counted, it was calculated, and we were on cruise control."
In her opinion, based on her education and understanding of computerized programming as well as reporting by some mainstream media outlets and other investigative analyses, Smith said that she believes 2020 election results in several of the battleground states were likely controlled and altered via an algorithm that used a "data set point." In other words, she believes that the algorithm was programmed to produce certain numbers of votes in each location, pushing the results up or down in order to reach the desired outcome.
“She has described this algorithm to that of a ‘PID Controller’ or a car’s cruise control, where, after a specific target speed has been set, the car’s engine adjusts up or down to reach that target," said a report by ElectionFraud20.org, regarding Smith's conclusions.
"She identified several cases where the target was adjusted mid-way through the ballot counting process (potentially based on the results in other states, such as after Florida was announced as a win for Trump). It appears that all batches following this adjustment show a shift in the results as the algorithm now aims for the new target value," the group added.
There is no doubt that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump. There is too much evidence to suggest otherwise.
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