THIS woman is trying to prevent ELECTION FRAUD in 2024. Here's how YOU can help.

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Glenn asked the question on everyone's minds heading into the new year: "How will 2024 end?" The impending 2024 election has Americans on both sides of the aisle holding their breath, bracing for what many believe will likely be an even more contentious election than in 2020.

The questionable voting practices during the 2020 election resulted in one of the most divisive and contested elections in U.S. history, creating record-high distrust in our electoral system. One thing is clear: unless our elected officials work to reinstate trust in the integrity of our electoral system, 2024 may very well create even more division than 2020.

That raises the critical question: what are our elected officials doing to rebuild trust in the electorate? Is the GOP doing anything to reform the contentious voting laws to avoid repeating the chaos of 2020?

The short answer is: No.

A grassroots initiative to prevent election fraud

Last week, Glenn had Cleta Mitchell from the Election Integrity Network on the Glenn Beck Program (01/05/2024) to give his listeners an insider's view into the state of our electoral system. What she said will shock you.

Cleta founded the Election Integrity Network in 2021 in response to the 2020 election with one goal in mind: "To build a permanent infrastructure of citizen volunteers to be involved in their local election offices" to keep our elections above board starting locally. They are doing this by using an often-forgotten right that every U.S. citizen holds: the ability to contest voter rolls that appear to be fraudulent.

The questionable voting practices during the 2020 election resulted in one of the most divisive and contested elections in U.S. history.

Voter rolls are the lists of registered voters in election districts. During an election, electoral committees check all ballots against the voter roll to ensure that all ballots cast aren't fraudulent—at least that's what they're supposed to do.

Cleeta's organization has uncovered thousands of cases of fraudulent voter rolls, from voters who have moved away and are still registered in a previous district, to voters who are deceased and haven't been taken off of the voter roll. This is especially problematic in states that have universal absentee ballots, one of the most controversial practices during the 2020 election.

The Election Integrity Commission has uncovered thousands of cases of fraudulent voter rolls.

In these cases, absentee ballots are sent to every address on the voter roll. However, as Cleeta points out, this results in hundreds, if not thousands of duplicate ballots. The Election Integrity Network has evidence of deceased voters "coming back from the grave" to cast their vote in the 2020 election, a practice that the Left brazenly dismissed as "misinformation."

The Left fights back

Election Integrity Network's thousands of volunteers across the country aim to help local districts clean up their voter rolls to protect our country's foundational commitment to "free and fair elections," and they have even developed a software called EagleEye that compares voter rolls to other databases to detect cases of voter fraud. However, though they are a bipartisan resource, it comes as no surprise that the Left has pushed back against their efforts.

The Election Integrity Network has evidence of deceased voters "coming back from the grave" to cast their vote in the 2020 election, a practice that the Left brazenly dismissed as "misinformation."

Cleeta told Glenn that "it's hard to describe the intimidation that has gone on by the Left." Most notably, notorious Democratic election litigator Mark Elias threatened Fulton County with litigation to keep them away from the Election Integrity Network's data, although the network uncovered 11,000 citizen challenges of duplicates to voter roll in Fulton County alone.

"It's hard to describe the intimidation that has gone on by the Left."

If you would like to learn more about Election Integrity Network or volunteer with their nationwide effort to clean voter rolls, click HERE where you can find additional information, including guides for local electoral committees to reinstate election integrity.

The Election Integrity Commission has uncovered 11,000 citizen challenges of duplicates to voter roll in Fulton County alone.

Below you will find a selection of emails compiled by Cleeta detailing the Election Integrity Network's nationwide effort at the local level. From Dekalb County, Georgia to Rock Island County, Illinois, this list will give you exclusive insight into the state of our electoral system.

Virginia

Redacted email below:

Here are the major categories of voters removed from the Virginia Voter Rolls in 2023.

  • Purged - 61,111
  • Deceased - 79,867
  • Felony - 8,512
  • Out of State - 54,701
  • Voter Choice - 10,988
  • Total Removed - 215,179

2022 Total Removed - 128,245

2021 Total Removed - 283,390

2020 Total Removed - 68,933

Warwick, Rhode Island

Redacted email below:

There are 3 of us in Warwick, RI starting to work with our Board of Canvassers to clean our rolls. At the moment we are getting signatures to get the Republican candidates on our ballots.

Dekalb County, Georgia

Redacted email below:

You might hear from others here in Dekalb County, GA. Dekalb is 80% Democrat. Our attempts to clean the rolls constantly are denied 3:2 because our independent BoE member is a Leftist. Our Dekalb Voter Roll Research Team of 7 average citizens won't stop. We keep trying to wear them down. We heard that Mark Alias sent letters to all counties in GA saying do NOT accept the challenges. Even Fulton is hitting a brick wall.We have ~89 people in DeKalb > 115 years old on our rolls!

The board says we must prove the 115+ purposely entered the wrong birth date. But we are not allowed to contact voters. No lawyers wants to get involved for fear of the Fani Willis tactic. Our team is working with Dr. Rick Richards. As you know, the software is not yet complete. And even if it were, Dekalb County denies, denies, denies. Wish I had better news. THANK YOU for all that you do!

Frederick County, Maryland

Redacted email below:

I am the cochair of the Frederick county Election Integrity network with [REDACTED] and we gave a presentation to the Frederick County Board of elections today. Four people shared three-minute segments about going to paper ballots and getting rid of machines and we had some elected officials there and we had county council members there and we had the Frederick news post that interviewed me afterwards and I told them that we need to treat our vote like a crown jewel and put it in a safe and get rid of the machines and, we had a great turnout and we are making the same presentation to the Frederick county council next Tuesday, January 9 at 5:30 PM and we are having more elected officials come there and I’m giving this presentation to two mayors within the next two weeks. Don’t tell me we’re not doing anything!

St. Louis, Missouri 

Redacted email below:

CheckMyVote formally launched in 2023 and following is what we’ve accomplished so far. I’ll share detailed metrics in a subsequent email.

(1) First-of-its-kind tool that connects citizens and engages them with their PDs to clean-up voter rolls (2) Launched Voter-roll integrity scorecard (concept credits: Pat Colbeck)(3) Invited to present our work at Election Crime Bureau in St. Louis, MO(4) Expanded footprint into Ohio(5) Launched tool for Royal Oak residents to check their vote.

Rock Island County, Illinois

Redacted email below:

2021 to early 2023 approx. 85,000 registered voters at that time - identified roughly 850 duplicates/deceased/moved voters with success in correcting roughly 2/3 of that list. We also pointed out to our election authority that our own county election laws were not being followed regarding removal of voters that had moved that registered in another state, along with not following her own procedures regarding mailings to voters requesting updating their information- this is now being done.

There were many other local election laws not being followed that we reported to our local DA, AG and Illinois State Board of Elections. We believe that the fact that they know we are watching makes a difference. I am no longer involved in voter roll maintenance in this county, as I moved out of state. I am unsure if anyone else has stepped up to lead this initiative after I left.

A volunteer from another Illinois county thought her county would be fine because it was conservative with a population of only 15,000. She initially discovered over 300 deceased voters; some had died 20+years ago. The last I spoke to her she was still working on her county finding deceased and now she has identified duplicate voters. She has a great relationship with the election authority (conservative), and they appreciate her help. She is doing this all on her own - one person, cleaning the voter rolls in her county.

Hope this helps.

Lincoln County, Tennessee 

Redacted email below:

I have found in my county (Lincoln) Tenn, they do not realize a problem. They think the voters [rolls] are good, and the voters machines are all perfect. When the problem is I feel like no one is accountable to anyone anymore including these corrupt politicians. I have a voter [roll] that [has] over 1/4 of the people on it, [who] are not actively participating or inactive in the elections. I was told 1- not enough staff to take them off 2- they have to have a reason to remove them. Even though they have never voted. When I tried to sign up to work as a worker they told me they didn’t have any openings, later to find out they did. I finally found a way to be a watcher. Not with the help of the election board. Those are just a few of my thoughts.

Prince William County, Virginia

Redacted email below:

In my county the process has been agonizing because our Registrar simply does not wish to do voter roll cleanup on his end, BUT we recently submitted reliable evidence on over 200 registrants with more to come using VA code 24.2-429.He responded, in time and in no hurry at all, with a 2015 ELECT guidance on applying the NVRA in certain circumstances.I attached that guidance. We develop short lists based on databases from the RVL, undelivered mail, NCOA, etc. Then those lists go to a trained genealogist team lead before distribution to a larger team to do guided research which is returned back to the team lead for final review. Those that make it through that process are submitted to the election office, but we are now only submitting about 40 a week or the office balks.So that, compared to a 318,000-voter registrant list, seems to not make a dent, but the GR is finally admitting he can move forward without waiting for the state.

There are still county resources that the election office could draw from, like local property tax and personal property tax records from the county Finance Department. The Loudoun County election office does this and sends notices accordingly. I am not aware their EI group uses the 24.2-429 but their GR seems more responsive to other means of removal or sending notices.

Having more involved would be a huge help so people do not get burned out.

Navajo County, Arizona

Redacted email below:

I don't have the numbers, but here are the main voter roll maintenance projects from Navajo Co, AZ

  1. Project: Name by name check of every voter who is listed as "active" who has not voted in the past 10-40 years Results: Lists of likely deceased voters with documentation Identification of maiden/married name changes which created duplicate registrations Identification of voters who have active voter registrations in other states Identification of voters with data entry typos in their registration Follow-up: A recent spot check of this list of voters shows improvement. Some names have been removed, others have been merged with records in other counties, others have moved from "active" to "inactive" status putting them in line for future removal.
  2. Project: Check voter list for duplicate registrations within the county Results: Over 100 duplicate registrations after 2020 election, reduced to 35 prior to 2022, which were flagged for the county before any voting occurred.
  3. Project: Check voter list for invalid voter registration addresses Results: Identified voters who were registered at mail facilities Identified addresses that were typed incorrectly or non-existent, based on comparison with county property records Follow-up: the county started using parcel numbers to identify voter locations where addresses are not yet assigned. Voters registered at mail facilities have been moved to "inactive" status unless they corrected the registration address.Good luck on your interview!

North Carolina pt. 1

Redacted email below:

Per your request, some bullets on the voter roll cleanup.

  1. We are using the NIST Election Model to map election risks, such as voter rolls with ineligible voters, including underage, deceased, felons, non-citizens, and non-residents
  2. We are reviewing State policies on voter roll maintenance in order to identify poor practices and seek to have them improved.
  3. We are researching blockchain and immutable database systems that provide a permanent record of voter roll changes.
  4. We are investigating the use of Artificial Intelligence to quickly identify ineligible voters on the rolls.
  5. We are developing auditing practices compliant with accounting standards and ISO election standards (ISO/TS 54001) to audit and identify ineligible voters.
  6. We are researching the use of statistical analysis including Benford’s Law to identify anomalies and zero in on the high-risk areas.
  7. We are investigating poll book computer systems to ensure that they meet the cybersecurity standards as prescribed for election systems under the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) and NIST SP800 series requirements for Federal systems.

North Carolina pt. 2

Redacted email below:
  1. We have an NC Data Team independently analyzing voter rolls and identifying duplicate entries and registrants who have moved. This team has identified 200,000 registrants missing federally (HAVA) required identifying information of last four of SSN or Driver's License. The team continually challenges bad entries at county level up until 90 days prior to each election.
  2. [REDACTED NAME] and PILF sued the State of NC to remove non-citizens it identified on the voter rolls less than 7 years ago. The state settled out of court and removed tens of thousands of them.
  3. At NCEIT's urging, the State of NC passed an omnibus elections bill this year that detailed new provisions to clean up the voter rolls. It spelled out methods for cyclical identification and removal of non-citizens.
  4. NC is one of several states who have fielded and began using Eagle AI, a commercial business intelligence tool that analyzes and compares voter rolls against other legitimate data sources to assist boards of elections in removing ineligible registrants. That includes registrants who are non-citizens or duplicated ,or who have moved, died, or committed felonies.
  5. Our training for thousands of poll observers across the state includes teaching methods for identifying and challenging ballots from those who vote in person or by mail, but who are not eligible to vote. We do this by extracting "suspicious registrants" from our voter registration list for each county that is used to match against those who present to vote.
  6. NCEIT task forces closely monitor same day registrations to ensure their addresses are verified via USPS mail prior to their votes being counted.

New Jersey

Redacted email below:

We recently turned on a Blockchain-based database tool to evaluate our New Jersey voter rolls. Our “golden record” was created with our 9/2/23 data load. Since then we have added a 10/29, a 12/2 and, just yesterday, a 12/29 data set.

Each data set has approximately 6.5 million voters and their entire voter history. We receive the data directly from the state of New Jersey on the last Friday of each month at no charge. As each dataset is ingested, the records are connected with the OPRA reference # associated with the request of the state.

We can identify every single change to every single data element for every single voter. We have developed a dashboard to identify trends and a series of reports that allows us to evaluate more closely exactly what is changing. We believe we are well position[ed] to closely evaluate how New Jersey manages their voter rolls leading up to the general election in November.

Cobb, Georgia

Redacted email below:

I don't have the whole state for Georgia numbers removed but in Cobb, [REDACTED] got our new supervisor to remove 60 dead people just before Christmas and there are thousands more in Cobb waiting on Dr Richards software to become active again.

[REDACTED] in Fulton has got 20k removed and is working on submitting another 2 to 4k. Spalding is a small county but working on it and Chatham county as well. Forsyth County has been trying but slow.Thanks Cleta for fighting. Now that we have this WIN in Georgia, the rules for removing voters from the list are being finalised and sent to counties to have EVERYONE follow the rules.

Mustang Ridge, TX  

Redacted email below:

In 2023 I got a copy of our county's voter roll. I'm not good with databases, so I just did this the old-fashioned way by sorting the spreadsheet different ways, then eyeballing as I scrolled through the list.

FOR DUPLICATES, TRIPLICATES, AND MORE
First I sorted the list by DOB. Then as I scroll through the names column and I look for similar names and make a separate list of all that are hard matches or soft matches.
Then I sort the list by residence address and look for similar names. Many families have similar names registered in the same household, but they are Jr/Sr or daughters named after their mothers. So when you find similar names at the same address, you have to also check the date of birth.
I sent in over 300 duplicates, triplicates, or quadruplicates.

FOR DECEASED
I keep the obituaries from the local paper. When there is a hard match - both name and at least month and year of birth, I send those in. There were at least 40 that I caught that were still on the voter roll.

Montgomery County, Maryland

Redacted email below:

Last September, my Montgomery County, MD, crew identified 700 deceased registrants who were on the county’s registration list to the Montgomery County Board of Electons.

Michigan

Redacted email below:

It would be great if you could plug in PILF's Michigan case concerning more than 25,000 deceased registrants on the voter rolls. Both sides have submitted motions for summary judgment. But, we expect the case will go to trial this year. Additionally, if you are looking for a win. In 2021, Pennsylvania signed a settlement agreement with PILF to remove more than 20,000 deceased registrants from their voter roll.

Pennsylvania

Redacted email below:

Part of the settlement agreement was that the PA Department of State provide PILF with copies of the full voter export at three-month intervals on three separate occasions. By the last mandated sharing of this voter roll data, they had removed the more than 20,000 deceased registrants we had flagged.

As for the non-citizen case, we won in the lower court, but the Secretary of State appealed it to the Cricut Court of Appeals. Unbelievably, they continue to try and hide the mistakes that led to foreign nationals getting on their voter rolls. Even the DOJ, filed a brief supporting PILF's right to see documents relating to these foreign nationals being registered to vote.

5 ways to protect your First Amendment rights. Number 4 will surprise you.

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Every day it seems Glenn covers another story revealing how people across the world at all levels of power DESPISE the fact that YOU have rights, and they are actively trying to curtail them. Recently, there has been a string of attacks against the rights outlined in the First Amendment: the freedom of religion, the freedom of speech, the freedom of press, the freedom of assembly, and the freedom to petition.

As a refresher, the First Amendment reads as follows:

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

This is powerful stuff, there is a good reason the Founding Fathers made it the FIRST Amendment. It's also the reason why power-hungry elites are attacking it. These attacks are designed to control the way you think, speak, and believe, vote, what you read, and who holds your representatives responsible. The First Amendment is our strongest weapon against tyrants, and they know it.

So what can you do about it? Hope that some wig in Washinton will eventually do something? We know how well that works. The best thing to do is to stay active, engage in the issues you care about, and exercise your rights.

So where to start? Here are a few things YOU can do to protect your First Amendment rights:

Religion

The best way to flex your Freedom of Religion is to—you guessed it—practice your faith. Become an active member in your place of worship, go to scripture studies, invite your friends to that late afternoon event, and walk the life. This can impact the way you spend money as well. Shop the businesses and brands that share your values, and don't shop at the ones that scorn them. Keeping the community alive and healthy is the best way to ensure that generations to come will be able to experience the freedom you enjoy.

Speech

Much like religion, the best way to protect your freedom of speech is... to speak. Engage your friends and family in polite, civil conversation. Stand up for what you believe in, and make your case to your peers. Just remember to keep it friendly. No one ever won an argument by shouting down their opponent. The civil exchange of ideas is the cornerstone of our republic, and a dialogue where the participants are well-informed, considerate, compassionate, and open-minded can have permanent impacts on all involved.

Press

Freedom of the Press seems a little tricky at first. Unless you work for the media, what are you supposed to do? Quit your job and go work for the local newspaper? The good news is that exercising this right is not nearly that difficult. In fact, you are currently doing it. The best thing you can do is to read from outlets that produce informative content. Want to know what Glenn consumes to stay informed every day? Sign up for Glenn's Morning Brief newsletter to get all the stories Glenn gets sent to his desk every day sent straight to your inbox.

Assembly

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Freedom of assembly is one of the more impactful yet underutilized freedoms in the First Amendment. Peaceably assembling and protesting with like-minded individuals can hugely influence politicians and policies while simultaneously creating community and fellowship between attendees. It's understandable why more people don't turn out. We're all busy people with busy schedules, and flying out to D.C. for the weekend seems like a daunting task to many. Thankfully, you don't have to go out all the way to D.C. to make a difference. Gather some like-minded people in your town and bring awareness to issues that impact your community. Big change starts locally, and exercising your freedom to assemble can be the catalyst to lasting impact.

Petition

If you've been a long-time listener of Glenn, then you will have heard a few of his calls to action where he asks his audience to contact their representatives about a particular piece of policy. There is a good reason Glenn keeps on doing those: they work. Whether it's your local mayor or your senator, a call and an email go a long way. If you really want to make a change, convince your friends and family to reach out as well.

5 SHOCKING crimes the border crisis is bringing to YOUR backyard

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The crisis on the southern border has reached a boiling point following the controversial Supreme Court ruling that allowed the federal government to remove large portions of border security, triggering a movement of conservative governors defending Texas' right to protect its border.

We commonly hear about the border crisis through mainstream media as if it's an abstract issue that has little to no effect on our daily lives. However, for millions of Americans, the border crisis is in their backyard... literally... bringing crime up to their front doorstep—and it's coming to your doorstep soon.

These five stories paint a glimpse of the type of crime and cartel activity that is being enabled by the Biden administration's border policies.

Assault and robbery in Massachusetts

On January 15th, Lucas Vilaca Moreira Fontenelle was arrested in Milford, Massachusetts for armed robbery of a bodega along with two other illegals a few days earlier. This comes just one month after ICE detained Fontenelle for assault, but the city of Milford cut him free as part of their status as a sanctuary city.

Murder in New Your City

On January 6th, Moises Coronado chased down, beat, and fatally stabbed Dafren Canizalez while in a NYC shelter. Coronado illegally crossed the Texas border in November where he was detained before being released and making his way to New York.

Cartel trafficking in El Paso

Late last month U.S. Border Patrol agents operating in the El Paso region arrested a cartel "foot guide" that was responsible for trafficking dozens of illegal immigrants across the border. The foot guide is a member of the La Linea Cartel, an operation based out of Juarez, Mexico whose gang warfare contributed to the city's 1,000+ homicides in 2023 alone.

Human smuggling in Arizona

Last November, two teenagers were pulled over with five illegal immigrants in their car. The teens are being charged with human trafficking, and there is evidence that this was not their first trip. Authorities believe that these teens are the latest in a dangerous new trend of cartels using social media to pay teens to smuggle migrants across the border.

Cartel trespassing in Arizona

Late last December, an Arizona rancher reported that he has seen a disturbing rise of cartel activity on his land. According to the rancher, he has seen evidence of cartels fighting for control of routes that pass through his property. He has even seen cartel scouts and human smugglers several times.

5 organizations that provide MAPS to help illegal immigrants cross our border

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On last week's Glenn TV special, Glenn dove into exactly how migrants from around the world are ending up on our southern border. The most shocking discovery, which was first published by investigators with Muckraker, was that multiple organizations have been providing maps showing immigrants exactly how to cross Central America and Mexico into the waiting hands of the cartel, who smuggle them across our border.

Just who is encouraging these people to make this perilous journey? You will likely recognize a few. Below are FIVE organizations that facilitate the crisis on our southern border.

Click HERE to get access to all of Glenn's research about what's happening at the southern border from this week's Glenn TV special.

Doctors Without Borders

These maps from the Swiss humanitarian giant, Doctors Without Borders, give detailed routes from Central America to our border. The map also highlights places to find aid, food and shelter along the way.

Red Cross

This map distributed by the Red Cross highlights freight train routes. The back of the map advises migrants how to illegally board and ride freight trains across Mexico.

UN’s International Organization of Migration  

This map of consulates and commissions across Mexico was created and distributed by the International Organization of Migration, a part of the UN, to aid migrants on their journey towards the U.S. border.

Amigos Del Tren ("Friends of the Train")

This map advises immigrants on how to board and ride the "Train of Death," a freight train that runs through Mexico into the U.S. The map also gives travel time estimates and lists places to stay along the route. As the name "Train of Death" suggests, the route is as dangerous as it is illegal.

R4V (Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela)

This map specifically shows migrants from Ecuador how to leave the country and connect to Central America where they then proceed to the U.S. border. The map shows just how far south the migrant train really starts.

RECAP: Top 6 most SHOCKING moments from Davos 2024

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Glenn's warnings about the World Economic Forum's globalist agenda continue to be validated with each Davos meeting that passes, and 2024 was no exception. While Davos 2023 introduced startling topics like digital IDs, complete "climate transformations," and more, Davos 2024 hinged on the theme of combatting "mis and disinformation," even if it means sacrificing individual rights and national sovereignty to do so. Here is a recap of the top 6 speakers who set the tone for Davos 2024.

Klaus Schwab, Chairman and Founder of the World Economic Forum

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While attempting to appease fears that the World Economic Forum is not a "decision-making body," WEF founder Klaus Schwab admitted that participants are "trustees" of the world's future and make actionable commitments based on the topics discussed at Davos:

We must rediscover and embrace the narrative that has driven humanity since its inception: acting as trustees for a better future.
[...]
The Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum is not a collective decision-making body, but its impact stems from the new insights gained through dialogue and interaction, and more importantly, from the commitments made by each participant to contribute more significantly in their respective areas of responsibility to solving our most pressing global issues.

Bill Gates, Founder and Former CEO of Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

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Bill Gates made his annual debut at the World Economic Forum, and he never fails to leave a trail of questionable statements, leaving one feeling on the precipice of a bad remake of an Orwellian novel. Since 2020, Gates has been one of the most outspoken proponents of pandemic-era restrictions and COVID-19 vaccine mandates — how convenient that he heads the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world.

Now that the pandemic is over, Gates is positioning himself as a leader for "global equity," and it's as cringy as it sounds. Last week at Davos, Gates posited that the developed world should be compelled to pay a portion of its GDP to the developing world. This is the same jargon the Left always espouses — "The 1% has to pay their fair share" — except on a global scale.

"Those who have the most — whether it's countries, companies, or individuals — should be pushed to be more generous."

A common theme at Davos 2024 is the belief that the developed "global North's" contribution to the global climate crises, has caused mass displacement and migration in the "global South." Surely political and economic corruption in the region have nothing to do with it...

To pay for these "climate crimes," Bill Gates says the developed "global North" is obligated to pay retributions to the global "developing South."

Emmanuel Macron, President of France

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President Macron echoed Bill Gates with similar globalist language. Macron made the bold claim that he, along with globalist leaders in the EU, have the authority to "circulate" the resources of the 27 member states towards projects and initiatives of their own determination:

Our continent has a lot of savings, but these savings are not circulating towards the right places, towards the right sectors. We can move forward, all 27 of us, we should.

Macron gives no credence to the national sovereignty of each of the 27 nations that comprise the EU. Rather, the EU globalist elites know how to distribute funds and resources better than the people in the nations themselves.

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission

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Ranking at the top of the EU globalist elites is Germany's Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission. During her Davos 2024 address, Von der Leyen pivoted from her typical climate alarmism talking points towards an even more pressing threat: "mis and disinformation."

For the global business community, the top concern for the next two years is not conflict or climate, it is disinformation and misinformation, followed closely by polarization within our societies.
[...]
Of course, like in all democracies, our freedom comes with risks. There will always be those who try to exploit our openness, both from inside and out. There will always be attempts to put us off track. For example, with disinformation and misinformation.

Disinformation and misinformation tackling this has been our focus since the very beginning of my mandate. With our Digital Services Act, we defined the responsibility of large internet platforms on the content they promote and propagate.

Apparently, the climate isn't the greatest existential threat facing civilization anymore. You are now the greatest existential threat if you dare speak your mind that's contrary to the globalists' narrative and "approved speech."

John Kerry, U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate

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John Kerry has become America's poster child for the World Economic Forum. His political wizardry has somehow landed him the title of "Climate Czar" while traveling on a private jet to lecture you and me about the climate.

During Davos 2023, Kerry set a high bar for cringe-worthy statements after calling himself and the other Davos attendees "extraterrestrial" for their endeavors to save the planet. However, at Davos 2024, Kerry crosses the line from cringy to tyrannical.

Kerry completely disregards the electoral system that holds the United States together by claiming that the 2024 election outcome won't reverse the U.S.'s climate goals:

The US won't reverse clean energy transition regardless of election outcome.

Climate policy is determined by an elected official whose power is derived from the consent of the governed. The climate, according to Kerry, is too important to be held up by trivial processes like U.S. Presidential elections.

Javier Milei, President of Argentina

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Argentina's new President Milei was a beacon of liberty and freedom amid the Davos sea of collectivist, global elites. He did not mince words in his pointed defense of liberty. Milei argued that the collectivism promoted by the World Economic Forum is the single greatest threat to the West and the prosperity we have enjoyed through it. The end of collectivism, Milei argues, is poverty, slavery, and tyranny.

Here are the opening words of his powerful speech:

Today I'm here to tell you that the Western world is in danger. And it is in danger because those who are supposed to have to defend the values of the West are co-opted by a vision of the world that inexorably leads to socialism and thereby to poverty.

Unfortunately, in recent decades, the main leaders of the Western world have abandoned the model of freedom for different versions of what we call collectivism. Some have been motivated by well-meaning individuals who are willing to help others, and others have been motivated by the wish to belong to a privileged caste.

We're here to tell you that collectivist experiments are never the solution to the problems that afflict the citizens of the world. Rather, they are the root cause. Do believe me: no one is in better place than us, Argentines, to testify to these two points.