With funding from George Soros' Open Society Foundation, the National Congress of American Indians launched a "Vote Native" initiative that offered Native Americans in Arizona and Nevada gift cards, televisions, electronics and even resort stays in exchange for Biden votes.
The Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Department of Defense (DOD), the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of the Interior (DOI), the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Small Business Administration (SBA) all likewise contributed taxpayer dollars to the bribery initiative.
As for private organizations that also threw cash into the mix, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Northwest Area Foundation are also listed as "partners."
The effort was largely a success, at least if we are to believe the official numbers in these two key states, but it is illegal. Buying votes is prohibited in our country, and yet this is what the Democrats resorted to in order to "win."
It was not just Nevada and Arizona where this illegal activity took place, either. Wisconsin saw a massive "Native Vote" effort offering "prizes" and other giveaways, including "swag bags" and $50 gift card raffles. To be eligible, indigenous people simply had to prove that they voted for Biden.
Much like what Facebook did by infusing cash into organizations that meddled with the 2020 election in other ways, this "Native Vote" initiative involved much exchanging of funds to ensure it achieved the desired outcome.
The Native Organizers Alliance, for instance, raised money in collaboration with Act Blue, which is fiscally sponsored by the Alliance for a Just Society. Other groups also exchanged cash to ensure that enough indigenous voters were secured as Biden voters.
The Trump campaign reportedly filed a lawsuit on behalf of Nevada electors claiming that "at least one of the social media videos in which NNVP (another group involved with the scheme) promoted the voting drives and the incentives depicted NNVP personnel wearing a 'Biden-Harris' face covering and standing in front of a van bearing a 'Biden-Harris' logo and openly encouraging people to vote for Joseph Biden."
The lawsuit adds that "offering something of value to a voter in exchange for his / her vote is a violation of Federal and Nevada law," adding that "[a]ll such votes cast in exchange for the above described incentives are, therefore, illegal and improper votes."
According to the Trump campaign, the number of votes that were illegally cast in this manner "are in an amount sufficient to raise reasonable doubt as to the outcome of the Election."
The same was observed in Arizona, where signs for Biden and Mark Kelly were prominently displayed at events for Native Americans offering them cash and other prizes.
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona was reportedly offered golf outings, FitBits, tablet devices, televisions, soundbars and resort stays during a vote harvesting day that took place on Sep. 22. This same giveaway initiative lasted well into October.
"So who is going to jail?" asked one commenter at The Gateway Pundit, getting right to the point.
"So they bribed a bunch of Indians with money, prepaid credit cards and resort stays? How is this allowed? Don't Republicans have ANYONE who will stand up for the LAW?" asked another.
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