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Election integrity group releases 1,400-page super-appendix demonstrating extensive lawlessness in swing states during the 2020 general election

The Amistad Project of the non-partisan Thomas More Society, an election integrity watchdog group, announced today that it is releasing a massive, 1,400-page super-appendix detailing extensive evidence of lawlessness allowing ballot and voter fraud affecting the election results in five key swing states.

“Our goal is to show the American people the shocking degree of lawlessness that prevailed during the 2020 election cycle, because we can’t allow this sort of thing to happen ever again,” said Phill Kline, director of the Amistad Project.

“If we don’t conduct our elections in strict accordance with the law, then we aren’t a functioning constitutional republic.”

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