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SD Election Deniers Accuse Monae Johnson of Succumbing to Soros-Zuckerberg Covid-Engineering Election Rigger

But maybe the election-denying fruitcakes whom Republicans have groomed will just eat themselves. Right-wing election wreckers SD Canvassing is blasting their gal Monae Johnson, the Secretary of State whom they elected last year to fight for Trumpist election rigging, for backing away from their agenda and bringing elections consultant Jennifer Morrell to moderate her feckless summer study on election integrity. SD Canvassing says Morrell is a far-left Soros Democrat who hangs out with corrupt voting-machine company honchos:

Why was Morrell partying with Dominion’s Eric Coomer and Mesa County Colorado’s election officials? (Mesa County is where Tina Peters took a forensic image of the Dominion machine and forensic investigation showed multiple databases and machine driven algorithms. It also showed Dominion techs came in and wiped the machine long before the expiration of the 22 month federal record retention law.) Morrell was also pushing the Russia Hoax narrative through a report published by the Democracy Fund in support of Robert Mueller’s investigation. Mueller’s sham investigation has now been proven to be an investigation of a 100% made up story by Hillary Clinton herself.

Why is Monae Johnson, the Republican Secretary of State who ran on an election integrity platform, inviting a far-left Soros funded democrat with ties to the most questionable election organizations in the country to participate in the post-election audit summer study, while at the same time keeping out real election security activists and experts and the general public? Who in the SOS office is connected to Morrell, and why is Johnson accepting advice that contradicts what she supposedly stands for? [SD Canvassing Group, “Who Is Jennifer Morrell??” Substack, 2023.08.26]

SD Canvassing also coy-question-markingly claims that Morrell knew coronavirus was coming:

Jennifer Morrell is the founder and CEO of The Elections Group, founded in 2020. profile on the group says this:

It was founded in 2020 by former election officials Jennifer Morrell and Noah Praetz to provide “expertise and materials,” such as research reports explaining how to use new COVID-era voting equipment, to election offices ahead of the 2020 presidential election. 2 The group not only provides advice and resources but “direct management support” to election officials. 3

According to its website, the group was formed in response to many election officials calling for help due to COVID-19 mandates permitting remote voting. Morrell and Praetz established partnerships with “voting experts” from several nonprofits and academic institutions, such as the Center for Tech and Civic Lifeand the Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project, to help in its consultations. 4

Looks like Morrell and Co were well prepared to respond to a totally “novel virus” and it’s totally unknown effects on voting and elections months ahead of any possible knowledge of massive changes to the election process in states across the country such as mass absentee balloting, drop boxes, and more. Did Morrell know something we didn’t know? [SD Canvassing Group, 2023.08.26]

And Morrell used that covid foreknowledge to rig the 2020 election for Joe Biden:

This document shows Morrell as presenter of a Covid-19 Election Administration call with election officials hosted by the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL). CTCL is the non-profit that received over $400 million from Mark Zuckerberg that funded absentee drop boxes and expanded absentee balloting in the 2020 election. Jurisdictions that received the most CTCL funding had the most dramatic vote swings for Biden. No doubt, CTCL funding of ballot harvesting operations in key democrat controlled counties changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

Zuckerbucks funded many counties in South Dakota with Minnehaha County receiving $91,266 and Pennington County receiving $56,487.

What could be the problem with Monae Johnson’s summer study moderator being affiliated with the Colorado and Utah elections offices, Democracy Fund, National Taskforce on Election Crises, DHS/CISA, CTCL, and being appointed as one of Katie Hobbs three trusted observers in the Arizona audit?

Morrell is a far left democrat who conveniently showed up as an advisor in Pennsylvania, Georgia, New Mexico, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Arizona. What do all those states have in common? These were some of the supposed swing states where undeniable massive fraud took place, and the subsequent challenges and audits which proved unexplained anomalies, machine fraud, absentee fraud, unsecured ballot drop boxes and a non existent chain of custody, to name a few. Morrell was in Arizona to observe and subsequently put out hit pieces in the far-left Washington Post attempting to destroy the Cyber Ninjas audit [SD Canvassing Group, 2023.08.26].

Monae Johnson recruited Jennifer Morrell to help discuss election integrity in South Dakota, so Monae Johnson must have been infected by the body-snatching parasite that Morrell, Zuckerberg, and Soros have engineered to take over elections. They’ll have to get Minnehaha County Auditor Leah Anderson or the new elections manager she’s hiring from SD Canvassing’s ranks to run against Johnson in 2026… assuming their bodies aren’t snatched by all the “leftist, Marxist, communist democrats” who are standing outside the courthouse trying to push radical ballot measures and election fraud and covid down their throats.


  1. larry kurtz 2023-09-01 06:50

    Good grief, Cory. You and Pat Powers going to join blogs now?

  2. Mark B 2023-09-01 07:27

    Love it, Cory! Made my day. Lets hope Trump was really sent to flesh out all the right wing fever dreams and get them to sunlight so they can die a fitting rational death and we can all move on.

  3. jerry 2023-09-01 08:23

    George Soros retired and gave all his power/wealth to his son. Now, the right wing will have to pick another lane. Maybe musk???

  4. Donald Pay 2023-09-01 08:36

    All I can say is thanks to the election deniers and the covid deniers, we have Joe Biden as President. If the election deniers want to know who defeated Donald Trump they don’t need to find a bogeyman in Soros or Zuckerberg. All they need to do is look long and hard in the mirror, because their shenanigans convinced just enough Republicans in suburban counties in swing states to vote for Biden or to stay home. Most Republicans aren’t as dumb as the election deniers. They don’t buy their scare tactics or the non-solutions. The more they yammer on and on, tainting the Republican brand, the more defeats they are in store for. Add the abortion deniers to the mix and formerly Republican suburban counties are now swinging more and more to the Democrats.

  5. e platypus onion 2023-09-01 09:37

    corrupt voting-machine company honchos: Sounds like maybe South Duhlota election liars would maybe enjoy being invited to court on a defamation charge since Fake Noize fared so well.

  6. larry kurtz 2023-09-01 10:52

    New Hampshire just filed suit to keep Donald Trump of the ballot and New Mexico and Minnesota are likely next.

  7. P. Aitch 2023-09-01 12:19

    We in Colorado have dealt with Tina Peters, a former County Clerk in a county that borders Utah.
    On May 23, 2021, a Sunday, Colorado’s Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters used her badge to enter the secure area with man who prosecutors have identified as Conan Hayes, a former professional surfer who has become a leading figure in the national ‘stop the steal’ movement. While in the room, the man imaged the hard drives of vote-counting equipment, essentially making a copy of their software and data. Peters has called him a ‘consultant’ in court filings but offered no details about who exactly he is, how she connected with him, and whether he was paid for his services.

    In November 2021, the FBI and local investigators carried out search warrants on four locations, including Peters’ home. Two months later, Rubenstein and Colorado’s Attorney General jointly announced they were sending the case to a Grand Jury to consider possible criminal charges.

    On March 8, 2022, a grand jury indicted Peters and Knisley on multiple felony and misdemeanor charges, including attempting to influence a public servant, criminal impersonation and identity theft. The two women turned themselves in to the county jail the next day.

    Colorado has long been at the forefront of trying to ensure that the final tally of votes matches what voters mark on their ballots.

    The state relies entirely on paper ballots that are run through scanners to be counted (the two exceptions are Mineral and San Juan counties, which do hand counts). After the election, every county that uses scanners is required to conduct a “risk limiting” audit, checking the actual marks on randomly selected paper ballots against the machines’ record of their votes, to ensure the votes on paper match the record in the machine.

    To do that, a bipartisan group of staff and volunteers retrieve a number of randomly selected paper ballots and manually check the results against what the tabulation machine recorded. Mesa County’s 2020 audit, which Peters signed off on, found no discrepancies.

  8. John 2023-09-01 12:27

    We should see a suit in South Dakota to bar Monae Johnson and other election deniers from serving in constitutional and executive offices – for they have and are giving aid and comfort to anti-democratic election deniers, per Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.

  9. Mark Mowry 2023-09-01 16:40

    Right, Donald Pay, That happens every time that not one but both candidates set new records for popular votes. By the way, what direction does the sun come up from in your world?

  10. larry kurtz 2023-09-01 16:53

    Mark Mowry, you’re a clod.

  11. larry kurtz 2023-09-01 16:55

    Donald Trump was installed by the Electoral College.

  12. larry kurtz 2023-09-01 16:58

    At least seven states will ban Donald Trump from Republican primary ballot and even more are considering it.

  13. larry kurtz 2023-09-01 17:05

    New Mexico used Article 3 to ban MAGAt former County Commissioner Couy Griffin from holding public office ever again.

  14. Arlo Blundt 2023-09-01 22:16

    Secretary Johnson should take a lower profile and attempt to “niche in”. She could hold that office for 30 years. Most people in South Dakota think she is a loyal Republican who takes minutes when Governor Noem convenes a cabinet meeting. Don’t dissolution them, and you’re home free.

  15. larry kurtz 2023-09-02 11:57

    Revolution is progressive by definition.

    Class struggle was the root of the Spanish Civil War fought between 1936 and 1939 but at that time Republicans were part of the academic and social justice wing fighting for democracy while the Nationalists were religious conservatives and Falangists led by a military junta with Generalissimo Francisco Franco serving as field marshal. Translated as the Spanish Phalanx of the Councils of the National Syndicalist Offensive, the Falangists represented mostly Roman Catholic integralists rooted in Spain’s religious identity and many consider the conflict a prelude to World War II.

    As a youngster this interested party lived in Spain for three and a half years toward the end of Franco’s reign as the US military propped him up with B-52s and other armaments.

    Today, the goal of the New Apostolic Reformation, cult member Ginni Thomas, the Council for National Policy and others in the Republican Party is to use the packed Supreme Court of the United States to undo constitutional rights.

    Dominion theology proposes that christians must control the seven “mountains” of government, education, media, arts and entertainment, religion, family, and business in order to establish a global christian theocracy and prepare the world for Jesus’ return and they know Donald Trump is the anti-christ.

  16. larry kurtz 2023-09-02 12:36

    Zitterich and his Earth hating mob want a bloody race war where anarchy and chases overwhelm civil authority.

  17. larry kurtz 2023-09-02 12:44

    Chaos but chases would no doubt be a feature.

  18. Donald Pay 2023-09-02 13:49

    Anyone else try to slog through that manifesto of nonsense Mike Z. posted? It’s kind of out there, but I’m interested in how these people think.

    I noticed the use of the word “installed” when referring to judges, justices and other government officials. “Installed” is an interesting word. It has a very authoritarian connotation. A person installs a thing, like a furnace or air conditioner, which does its job when switched on. Everything is considered a tool to be used by the top of the hierarchy for their own purpose. When they refer to “the people,” it refers to one very narrow set of people, apparently those who think right down the line with that really questionable quasi-religious manifesto. I don’t know anyone who thinks anything like that manifesto, so it has to be a very, very small number of people who are going to be doing all the “installing.”

    The problem is Americans do not think like this. They want to live their lives without having to worry about some nutcases “intalling” overlords. They want elections. They want the rule of law. And they want their Constitutional rights. They want people with mental illnesses who post such dangerous material to get the help they need and to get well. I’m sorry, Mike Z., the American people can think for themselves. They are not your tool to help you “install” a fake government of fake leaders. Is that clear to you?

  19. Dicta 2023-09-03 02:44

    Mike Z asks if he should leave, gets told yes, doesnt leave. Mike, you’re not well. Do what you said you would do.

  20. Poliglut 2023-09-03 08:47

    Wow. Just WOW.

  21. leslie 2023-09-03 12:57


    Given Johnson’s questionable competency and integrity as REPUBLICAN SOS, can anyone square these 1st two statements?


    “Anybody that’s making some cheap political argument that has to do with trusts in South Dakota ought to be slapped or spanked,” said state Sen. Lee Schoenbeck, a Republican from Watertown. “Spanked would be more appropriate. It’s child behavior.”

    The state does not require financial institutions or trust companies to report the nationality of their customers. The trust industry is required to compare its customer lists against a database of prohibited individuals and entities from the U.S. Treasury Department.

    The Justice Department declined to comment on whether the state’s trust laws will interfere with its efforts to track Russian assets.


    Ryan Gurule is a policy director for the FACT Coalition. It’s a financial accountability and corporate transparency group.

    Gurule said international assets can be transferred through anonymous shell companies with few links to their ownership.

    He said the state should require any trust formed in South Dakota to disclose the beneficiaries of that trust to the SECRETARY OF STATE [the Republican SOS Johnson]. (my emphasis)

    “That would subject those trusts to the Corporate Transparency Act,” Gurule said, adding that the 2021 federal law is meant to end anonymous shell companies.

    “This would greatly increase the transparency in the trust industry in the state,” Gurule added.

    3. Note the following SD statutory impediments (my EMPHASIS) to transparency: (trust registration is SEALED) (the ENTIRE court file … shall be SEALED ….)

    [There is at least one SD SUPREME COURT decision upholding trust secrecy, and there must be other examples of the “several” secrecy statutes SDPB referenced but not linked below in its reporting.]

    “The state has several financial disclosure laws that allow assets to remain hidden.” (links in original text)


    Republican Governor Kristi Noem said she does not support an investigation to see if Russians are sheltering their money to avoid sanctions. “Well, it’s all private information,” Noem said. “If someone were to decide to do that I’m not in favor of that at this time because our trust industry does have INTEGRITY.”

    4. Jankow’s Trust Task Force meets annually since 1997, in private, BUT after Pandora Papers scrutiny focused on the Task Force fronting the new secret and likely criminally servicing industry, years of succesive legislative updates seem to have SCREECHED TO A HALT!

    2023: meeting this fall?
    SB 8 — revise various provisions related to banks and trusts.
    SB 9 — revise various provisions related to bank trust departments and trust companies.
    SB 1 — revise certain provisions pertaining to trusts.
    SB 51 — revise certain provisions regarding trusts.
    HB 1028 — revise certain provisions regarding trust companies.
    HB 1072 — revise certain provisions regarding trusts.
    HB 1046 — revise various trust and trust company provisions.
    HB 1047 — modify the application timeline for state-chartered banks and trust companies.
    HB 1039 — revise various trust and trust company provisions and to establish and regulate South Dakota special spousal trusts.
    HB 1051 — revise various trust and trust company provisions.
    HB 1047 — revise various trust and trust company provisions.
    HB 1056 — revise various trust and trust company provisions.
    HB 1045 — revise various trust provisions.
    HB 1155 — revise various trust provisions.
    SB 103 — revise certain provisions relating to trusts.
    SB 127 — revise certain provisions relating to trust administration.
    SB 84 — revise certain miscellaneous provisions of the trust statutes.
    SB 85 — revise certain provisions regarding the trust business in banks and the trust company business.
    HB 1257 — reduce the minimum number of board members of trust companies.
    HB 1288 — permit trustees to decant a trust under certain circumstances.
    SB 97 — revise certain miscellaneous provisions of the trust statutes.
    SB 98 — revise or clarify certain provisions relating to the classification and creation of trusts.
    SB 68 — revise certain provisions regarding the administration of trusts and estates.
    SB 94 — revise certain provisions regarding trusts.
    SB 99 — revise certain statutes governing trusts and powers of attorney.
    SB 140 — revise certain provisions governing trusts.
    SB 81 — provide for and regulate business trusts.
    SB 174 — revise certain provisions regarding the administration of trusts and estates.
    SB 236 — to revise certain provisions regarding trusts and estates.
    HB 1279 — to revise certain provisions regarding the regulation and the taxation of trust companies

    5. Republican state Sen. Gary Cammack said he’s comfortable the industry does the right thing when taking on new clients.

    “The amount of vetting they do to even accept a customer is absolutely amazing,” Cammack said. “They chase every rabbit down every trail, before they even consider allowing that customer to even put in an application for a trust.”

    Amazing, every rabbit….

    6. The chair of the trust task force is Carl Schmidtman. In an email exchange, he said the group considered changes this year that didn’t amount to much more than what he called some “cleanup items.”

    He said the group chose to wait to introduce a bill until more substantive changes are necessary. Schmidtman adds the decision “was not due to last year’s unfriendly publicity about the South Dakota trust industry.”

    INTEGRITY: Noem, Johnson, Schoenbeck, Cammack, Schmidtman, ?????

    Trustworty? Nope.


    The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, is assessing the $1.5 million fine against The Kingdom Trust Company for what they describe as willful violations of the Bank Secrecy Act. That law requires financial institutions to report suspicious transactions.

    It’s the first enforcement action the agency has taken against a trust company.

    The Kingdom Trust is a South Dakota-chartered trust company….

    sealed records, secret annual meetings, willful violation of Bank Secrecy Act, senators and governor not in favor of transparency, Russia, China, Saudi Arabia global money laundering oversight managed by elected officials in our tiny red state w/a resudent population of, only, almost 900,000. We are hardly experts in the field.

    Right now the experts appear to be Putin, and Kushner who enabled MSB to murder Kasshogi (reporting on

    There is certainly smoke…. And it may be obscuring the fire.

    of “rampant global tax abuse” has worsened over the past decade, despite OECD promises to curb it. The advocacy group reiterated its calls for substantial global reforms.

    “Countries have a choice to make: forfeit the money now, and with it our future, to the wealthiest handful of people in the world,” the report says, “or claim it, and with it a future where the power of the wealthiest corporations and billionaires, like the kings and barons before them, is reined in by the march of democracy.” (8/11/23)

    And more consideration shall follow, here, perhaps, concerning murdered Jamal Khashoggi’s critical reporting of the Saudi/USA relationship, MsB’s complicity, money laundering, Jared Kushner’s profit as Trump advisor to the Saudis, and DOJ’s recognition of MsB legal doctrinal immunity as a head-of-state.

  22. Mike Lee Zitterich 2023-09-03 17:10

    I cannot be bothered by what people you say on these blogs, I say what I wish to say, I say it in a respectful manner, and I do it in such manner that is educational, informative, and in a responsible means. Like you all, I have the right to voice my opinion, and to voice my thoughts of restructuring, and reorganizing the people. And if you people do not support my ideas, or concepts, that is alright in my book. I know as an American, I cannot force you to accept my opinions, nor support them, however, I know that where I do so in a respectful manner, that it becomes a very humane and acceptable way to create a better America for future generations. I will stoop to your level of ignorance, nor personal attacks, and if you wish to attack, or my family, or my children, then that only shows the world that you people are NOT good people, nor worthy people.
    – Mike Zitterich

  23. grudznick 2023-09-03 17:14

    Mr. Zitterich, are you at the Burning of The Man? Is all OK there with you? Should grudznick send you a Federal Express package with some supplies?

    I have always wanted to attend the Burning of The Man, but wo, grudznick doesn’t camp so good unless it’s in a rig. I envy your experiences, Mr. Zitterich.

  24. grudznick 2023-09-03 17:21

    Mr. Zitterich, in case you are still at Black Rock City and only have your telephone, from which I know you cannot navigate the webs very well, here are updates for you:

    As of 9am Sunday September 3, the Gate to Black Rock City is still closed. Ingress and egress are halted. The playa is too wet to navigate with vehicles.
    The weather forecast indicates potential rainfall overnight Saturday 9/2 into early Sunday 9/3. This adds to an already saturated playa. This will affect the amount of time it takes for the playa to dry. With sunlight and warmer temperatures, it will dry more quickly.
    Burns: At this time all Burns are postponed. We will update this information here as we get clearer on the weather and how it has impacted Burn logistics.

    If you can get out, get to my good friend Lar’s house. It is much closer than mine.

  25. e platypus onion 2023-09-03 17:24

    I will stoop to your level of ignorance, nor personal attacks, and if you wish to attack, or my family, or my children, then that only shows the world that you people are NOT good people, nor worthy people.

    Explain this word salad, Zit. Are you and Snowdrft Snookie the Tundra Tart related?

  26. larry kurtz 2023-09-03 17:31

    It’s called annihilationist soteriology, apparently and has to do with a supernatural extraterrestrial heading to Earth to wipe us pagans from existence.

  27. larry kurtz 2023-09-03 17:36

    It’s based on Alex Jones’ eschatological sermons to his audience and has quite a following among the blow-it-all-up set.

  28. larry kurtz 2023-09-03 17:39

    These folks idolize Randy Weaver, David Koresh and Timothy McVeigh and vilify the deep state that brought those martyrs down.

  29. P. Aitch 2023-09-03 19:46

    @grudz – Having a great time at Burning Man. Wish you were here. Except you’d have to stay dressed as the ladies present would be driven to tears and probably move to another 65 foot recreational Greyhound bus, even though mine is better stocked with all essentials including dry clothing for all to share.
    Here’s the link to watch us having the time of our lives. Libbies have more fun, you know Connie. lol Heh heh HO

  30. grudznick 2023-09-03 21:28

    Looks like hell, Porter. If you were there, many would be glad to dine on your fine fast food cuisine.

    Shelter in place.

  31. grudznick 2023-09-03 21:49

    Do you fellows feel like Mr. Zitterich is snuggling up under the batwing of an upside down grudznick, hanging from the cobwebs in his mind, or do you feel he is blowing them clear with a good nose honking into a hankie of the sort your pas used to dangle from their back trouser pocket on the weekends?

  32. jerry 2023-09-04 10:02

    mikey z’s maw would probably say that snuggling up is mikey z’s game. Be alert Mr. grudznick, mikey z is a sly devil that could pick your pockets clean whilst you’re in the upside down position, you’ve be warned.

  33. Mike Lee Zitterich 2023-09-04 16:44

    You people bring forward no real issues, nor solutions, just a bunch of personal attacks, insults, and name calling…

    Wake Up, “WE” have bigger fish to fry this week people, “WE MUST SAVE THE DELBRIDGE MUSEUM”, stand up for your community…Find a plan to keep the city from surplusing the Brockhouse Animals, Support Our Natural Wildlife and History of West Sioux Falls.

    A Citizen Activist Plan to Save the Henry Brockhouse Family Museum of Natural Wildlife, and History, for all Residents of Sioux Falls, S.D:

    I spent the entire day today, meeting with my fellow citizens in the West Sioux Falls area, the Downtown Sioux Falls area, and then headed over to Pizza Ranch to discuss with more people the thought of my concept plan to put forth an resoluton to stop the Surplus, and to present a plan forward to generate revenues to repaoir, and fix and maintain the 150 Animal Collection. For every 100 People I spoke to, 75 of them support the cause – SAVE THE ANIMALS at the Zoo.

    September 5, 2023 @ 3 PM at Carnegie Town Hall will be a presentation made by the Zoo, the Butterfly House director, and the Parks Director, and we will be planning to pack the audience for the Informational Meeting, and then later that evening at 6 PM duding City Council Meetig to speak for 3 minutes each during public input.


  34. grudznick 2023-09-04 16:49

    Mr. Zitterich, when you say “You people…” it makes grudznick feel like you are lumping me in with all these out-of-state name-calling libbies. Like you, grudnzick is a proud life-long South Dakotan.

    Those dead animals can just go in the trash, they’re all dusty and nasty.

  35. larry kurtz 2023-09-04 16:51

    Hey Zitterich, Cory brings the solutions here so we give him money and a ton of Google juice. It’s bastards like you with nothing to bring but vitriol and name calling.

    Sioux Falls deserves your money so go spend some.

  36. Dicta 2023-09-04 20:28

    Mike: you said you’d leave to get some help. You are showing how dishonest you can be again. Get help, Mike. I’m not kidding.

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