The Secretary of State Project, brought on by so-called philanthropist George Soros, has gone on a hiatus or has become extinct. Hopefully, the latter.
The project was established to prevent Republicans from “stealing elections,” or rather, keep them from winning elections. This is how they expected to do this, according to Matthew Vadum of the American Spectator: “In most states the secretary of state is the chief elections officer, so putting left-wingers in the often-overlooked but critically important office allows these political radicals to manipulate the electoral process.”
“This is what liberals call ‘election protection,’” Vadum adds.
Except, it’s apparently not working.
Maybe Soros realized his Soviet leanings, as Joseph Stalin once averred: “The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”