She tackled this on the Brighteon.TV program's Nov. 2 episode, featuring "Everything Home" host Michelle Swinick and PS member Steve Stern.
According to Stern, he and others with PS met with former President Donald Trump asking for his support. They wanted him to talk about PS at his rallies and invite people to get involved in it. Stern continued that Trump's adviser Gen. Mike Flynn has joined PS as a precinct committee man.
He explained that precinct committee persons such as Flynn can do poll watching, conduct door-to-door campaigns for candidates and encourage people to sign up or register. According to the PS member, it is very important for Americans to take part in the endeavor to ensure the integrity of the midterm elections.
PS now has at least one to three representatives in every state. He shared that a woman from Elizabeth, New Jersey started with eight people. As time passed, the woman got 90,000 people involved in PS. (Related: GOP lawmakers dispatch scores of election observers to tight races in an effort to guard against Democrat cheating.)
According to the PS website, it was started by Arizona resident Dan Schultz, a citizen "who believes each conservative American's top priority should be active engagement as a precinct committeeman in the political Party our Founders and Framers would be members of if they were alive now: the Republican Party."
Vandersteel commented that the momentum PS has built has swelled poll numbers across America. She added that experts are now predicting a Republican victory in both chambers of Congress and GOP governors ascending in states – a nationwide supermajority.
Swinick agreed with Vandersteel that the polling numbers reflect a red wave.
The "Everything Home" host stressed that Americans need to vote for Republicans, since "nothing good has come up from the Democrats." She added that this is also the chance for the independents, common sense Democrats and even the Republicans in name only (RINOs) to vote for GOP candidates to save the country and themselves.
Swinick also called on Americans to go vote in person during elections and take time to become a poll watcher or poll worker. She also urged people to tell their friends, family members and acquaintances to go out and vote.
The "Everything Home" host mentioned that they had already started a "Ban the Machines" campaign in Arizona last September and they are using the AZ Saves America website to send out emails and a petition to get rid of the election voting machines, which are fraudulent and uncertified. She added that when they launched this campaign, they were getting so much pushback from both the Democrats and Republicans.
Swinick pointed out that the people who badly want the election voting machines know that they can be controlled and "the entire election system is fundamentally designed to control the outcomes." Vandersteel agreed, adding that "selections" – not elections – have been going on for 40 years.