Kanye West’s presidential campaign seems more and more like a false flag operation designed to siphon votes from Joe Biden in order to benefit Trump. Sure, that was the smart money read on West’s campaign from get-go, but yesterday, New York magazine surfaced the GOP dirty work in high relief. According to the publication, one of West’s electors in the state of Vermont is none other than Chuck Wilton, also a delegate to the Republican National Convention in Charlotte.
In Wisconsin — a critical swing state, West’s nominating petitions were dropped off by Lane Ruland, former general counsel for the state GOP, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Neither person denied the allegations when reached by the media.
According to The Hill, “petitioning company Let the Voters Decide is helping West with this endeavor in Ohio, West Virginia and Arkansas. The organization is headed by Mark Jacoby, who was arrested on charges of voter fraud while working in California for the Republican Party in 2008.” Additionally, as reported by the New York Times, Gregg Keller, former executive director of the American Conservative Union, is listed as a contact for West’s campaign in Arkansas.
These kinds of dirty tricks might as well have been pulled out of Donald Segretti’s playbook. But they’re not just dirty tricks — they’re direct subterfuges of our democracy with life-and-death consequences, and it’s good to see the media digging aggressively enough to uncover the fraud while it’s ongoing.