How Did A Zuckerberg Charity Stooge Win A GOP Primary In Colorado?

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Pam Anderson won a race with no money and very few visible voters
Article author: 
Emerald Robinson
Article date: 
3 July 2022
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National News
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The story of the GOP primary race for Secretary of State in Colorado gets more interesting the more you investigate the results....

The really big news is that Pam Anderson supposedly won the race with 43% of the vote (266,000 citizens voted for her!) which is an unbelievable result — to say the very least.

It’s truly unbelievable because two months before the primary, Pam Anderson was not just losing to Tina Peters in all the polling and fundraising metrics, but her campaign was broke....

So where were Pam Anderson’s 266,000 voters hiding all this time before primary day?...

You must remember that Tina Peters got 61% of the delegates at Colorado’s Republican Assembly in April. What about Pam Anderson — you ask?

Pam Anderson did not even attend the Republican assembly. She was so unpopular in the Colorado GOP that she was a write-in candidate who only qualified in April....

So how did Pam Anderson suddenly pull off a miraculous 35 point swing on Primary Day two months later with no money and no endorsements?...

Isn’t it strange that the director of Mark Zuckerberg’s private election charity for Democrats (on temporary leave!) just won the most important election integrity race in Colorado — and a GOP primary no less — as a write-in candidate with a 35 point polling swing with no money and no visible support from Republicans?

One more thing: Colorado uses Dominion Voting Machines.



Something Stinks in Colorado - How did an unknown candidate with no following and no money tie with Tina Peters in a GOP primary?, by Emerald Robinson, 30 June 2022:

... the real story was that Australian businessman Mike O’Donnell had picked up 28% himself, and might actually beat Tina Peters too....

How did an unknown candidate like Mike O’Donnell manage to garner as many votes as a national political figure like Tina Peters?

This question, ladies and gentlemen, is what leads you down the rabbit hole of America’s bogus election system....

And yet on election day, Mike O’Donnell got nearly a third of the total vote and over 600,000 people voted in that race. More than 170,000 Colorado voters suddenly appear out of nowhere for Mike O’Donnell....

Soros pours $125M into super PAC ahead of midterms - The mammoth donation is fueling investment in Democratic political groups and races from Senate to secretary of state around the country, Politico, 28 January 2022:

The group, Democracy PAC, has served as Soros’ campaign spending vehicle since 2019, channeling more than $80 million to other Democratic groups and candidates during the 2020 election cycle....

Another $1 million went to the Democratic Association of Secretaries of State, the group dedicated to electing Democrats to statewide administration offices...

Soros launches super PAC for 2020, Politico, 31 July 2019:

Open Secrets lists Soros as the 20th biggest donor for the 2020 election cycle, just ahead of Google’s Eric Schmidt.

(Note: Eric Schmidt is a donor to Colorado’s Democratic Party)

Just recently Fox News was accused of cutting off Newt Gingrich after he made mention to George Soros’ funding of District Attorney campaigns across the country....

In 2006 George Soros Funded a Project to Elect Progressive Liberals to Secretary of State Offices -- Now You Know Why, RedState, 6 November 2020:

In 2008, Democrat House Organ Politico ran a story about the Obama campaign, calling the Secretaries of State the “Democrat firewall.”

In anticipation of a photo-finish presidential election, Democrats have built an administrative firewall designed to protect their electoral interests in five of the most important battleground states.

The bulwark consists of control of secretary of state offices in five key states — Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico and Ohio — where the difference between victory and defeat in the 2004 presidential election was no more than 120,000 votes in any one of them.

With a Democrat now in charge of the offices, which oversee and administer their state’s elections, the party is better positioned than in the previous elections to advance traditional Democratic interests —such as increasing voter registration and boosting turnout — rather than Republican priorities such as stamping out voter fraud.

Perhaps more important, in those five states Democrats are now in a more advantageous position when it comes to the interpretation and administration of election law...

Colorado Bill To Mandate Electronic Voting Records Supported By Soros-Backed Secretary of State, Federalist, 5 April 2022:

A bill in the Colorado legislature presented as an election security measure has been criticized for possibly doing the opposite. Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, who is the chair of a Soros-funded organization and has received money from George Soros’s son, has come out in favor of the bill....

Republican candidate for El Paso County clerk Peter Lupia has also criticized the bill, pointing out that Section 10 of the bill would require all counties in the state of Colorado with a population exceeding 1,000 people to use electronic voting machines.

Lupia, who has advocated for a return to hand-counting ballots, also pointed to Sections 6 and 7 of the bill, claiming that it would give the secretary of state “veto power over the voters’ selection of chief election official for the county.”...

Colorado Election Fraud: Soros-Backed Secretary of State Permanently Blocks Arizona-Style Audits, PJ Media, 30 August 2021.

Soros-Funded Colorado Sec. of State Moves to Eliminate Signature Verification, ‘Protect’ Dead Voters and Put Gag Order on Poll Workers, Gateway Pundit, 3 August 2021.


Who are the George Soros Candidates in Colorado?, Free State Colorado, 29 September 2020.

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