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Laura Loomer published a substack article with newly discovered details of the meeting.
David Becker, the founder of the infamous ERIC system – and current head of Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR) is hosting the meeting dubbed “Summit on American Democracy.” Many were surprised to see that the meeting will be held at Washington DC's International SPY Museum.
CEIR is documented as being a SOROS-tied advocacy group that provides grants and conducts research to increase Democrat voter turnout in swing states. Becker created CEIR in 2016 in response to President Trump’s election, which Becker claims was the result of “foreign interference”.
Becker’s upcoming summit has an invite-only hidden guest list, and a speaker list and agenda that currently features six Secretary of States (NV RI, CO, GA,NM, NJ), Major Garrett, CBS New’s Chief Washington correspondent, Sarah Longwell, Publisher of The Bulwark, an American anti-Trump conservative news and opinion website, and Ben Ginsburg, the Co-Chair of the Election Official Legal Defense Network (EOLDN).
Of the election officials who are listed as speakers at the CEIR summit, some have received national exposure for their refusal to look thoroughly into reported voter fraud in the 2020 and 2022 elections, including Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Gabe Sterling, the chief operating officer of Georgia’s Office of the Secretary of State, and Bill Gates, the County Supervisor in Maricopa County, Arizona.
Marjorie Taylor Green publicly called out Gabe Sterling, face-to-face, as a contributor to Georgia's election integrity problems:
The Election Official Legal Defense Network (EOLDN) is a project of CEIR, and is listed on CEIR’s website. EOLDN says its purpose is to connect licensed, qualified, pro bono attorneys with election administrators who need advice or assistance. As a branch of CEIR, EOLDN advisory board members have also been invited to attend the secret election summit in DC. The following are listed as advisory board members from Georgia:
Recently a number of States cancelled their participation in Becker's ERIC program because of complaints, errors and concerns about whether ERIC to helping, or instead contributing to, election fraud through inaccurate registrations. In the midst of the departures, David Becker announced he was stepping down from the Board of ERIC.
The notion of "secret meetings" regarding public policy raises public concerns, as was seen recently when Georgia's Governor, Brian Kemp, attended the DAVOS meetings in Geneva Switzerland. In one notable video, Kemp and staff blocked reporters from asking about his agenda and with whom he was meeting.