Project Veritas: RINO Murkowski Secretly Supports Ranked Choice Voting System in Alaska to Ensure Election Victory (VIDEO)

Project Veritas on Wednesday released video of Senator Lisa Murkowski campaign staffers claiming the Alaska RINO secretly supported ranked voting system in her state to ensure election victory.

Alaska handed over their elections to RINOs and Democrats after approving rank choice voting, automatic registration and mail-in voting.

As previously reported by Seth Keshel:

Allow me to account for the most severe symptoms plaguing Alaska’s elections:

1) Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) automatic registration – On November 8, 2016, the same night Donald Trump was elected, Alaska’s voters approved Ballot Measure 1 (15PFVR), which automatically registers applicants for the PFD. The damage will be unveiled later in this article.

2) Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) – approved in 2020, and the first election using it will be run later in 2022 for the vacant U.S. House seat left behind by the deceased Don Young. Ranked Choice Voting allows a pathway for extreme candidates to supplant candidates who are most likely to be elected with strong pluralities, and practically entrenches incumbents in Democrat strongholds.

3) Experimentation with mail-in voting – as with RCV, mail-in voting will be the method for the U.S. House race coming later in 2022. With Alaska’s hostile climate and influence from west coast neighbors, it is only a matter of time until a full-on blitz begins to entrench mail-in voting.

On Wednesday, Project Veritas released undercover video of RINO Murkowski’s staffers claiming the Alaska Senator quietly supports rank choice voting so she can win re-election.

Via Project Veritas:

Project Veritas Action released a new video today exposing two paid staff members for Senator Lisa Murkowski’s re-election campaign in Alaska.

In the video, Josiah Nash, who works as the campaign’s Interior Coordinator, is recorded admitting that while Sen. Murkowski was publicly neutral, she secretly supported the implementation of a ranked voting system in Alaska because that is her route to victory.

“She stayed quiet and honestly it was probably best she stayed quiet on that,” Nash said, adding that “she supports it, yeah.”

“You’re not going to see the campaign come out and necessarily support progressive things. I mean, behind closed doors we’ll have talks…” Nash continued. “We’re being strategic with our messaging. Walking a fine line, I guess is what I’m saying, to try to get her elected,” he said.

Nash suggests Measure 2 was not honestly presented to Alaskans and helps progressive candidates.

“They framed it [Ballot Measure 2] basically, you know, ‘This gives you more choice’ — ‘This makes it so we have better candidates.’ And I think it helps progressive candidates…If it was [called] a progressive measure, it wouldn’t really work,” he said.

Another paid Murkowski campaign official, Emma Ashlock, echoed Nash’s comments; admitting on camera that Ballot Measure 2 secretly benefited Sen. Murkowski and that several people who currently work in the Murkowski campaign were previously involved in passing Ballot Measure 2. One of those people is Shea Siegert, Murkowski’s Comms Director.

“I know a lot of people who were working on Ballot Measure 2. I don’t think Shea has ever worked for Senator Murkowski [before], but I know a lot of other people who worked on that have worked for Senator Murkowski,” she said.

“While we were working on Ballot Measure 2 and voting for Ballot Measure 2, we had Senator Murkowski in mind the whole time,” Ashlock said.

Nash echoed a similar sentiment, “Between you and me, Ballot Measure 2 [Ranked Voting System] was actually created — I think it was created for two reasons. Number one, it was created because there were people in this state who wanted to see a better system, but they also wanted Lisa [Murkowski] to get re-elected.”


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