Glenn Kirschner wants every American company to deny that the 2020 presidential election was corrupted or invalid in any way.
The former prosecutor introduced the “Democracy Pledge” which required companies to agree that Biden won reasonably and to refuse to help candidates who spread conspiracy theories about a rigged election, according to the group.
There are also consequences to be expected if companies refuse to pledge.
Kirschner threatens that they will be considered in part responsible for the violence at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, if they seek to “undermine or otherwise refused to acknowledge” the election last year.
Multiple nondemocratic reporters have said that this pledge is a typical communist tactic, which has been employed authoritarian regimes throughout history. Free speech is one of the fundamental rights that America values and deserves, this proposal from the former prosecutor seems to go against this.
“After Election Day, they (involved in the mission to remove Trump from the White House) monitored every pressure point to ensure that Trump could not overturn the result.” Halsey News criticized.
“There is ample information to prove this as well,” stated the Gateway Pundit, a renowned place where Americans can find most of the election irregularities evidence and progress on exposing it, declared.
The Gateway Pundit also mentioned that Kirschner’s profile has suggested he is unsuited for a position in DOJ. In fact, he was involved in concealing documents related to the Seth Rich murder. Before the 2016 election, Rich worked for the Democratic National Committee and was suspected of leaking emails to WikiLeaks. In the summer of 2016, he was shot in the middle of the night in Washington during a supposed robbery even though nothing had been taken. the investigation just seemed to die and the killers were never apprehended.
Nevertheless, Clevenger unearthed documents about Seth Rich last April that the DOJ had denied having for years. It was discovered that former Assistant U.S. Attorney Deborah Sines had formally stated that the FBI had gone through Rich’s computer after his death and Sines had informed Kirschner at the DOJ.
Hey All. I just learned that a @DatelineNBC episode about a murder case I handled w/@SinesDeborah will air this Saturday at 9 pm ET on @nbc w/an update about a new development. The case involves the disappearance of EPA employee Pam Butler. Hope you’ll tune in on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/LmjAT2LEZw
— Glenn Kirschner (@glennkirschner2) January 31, 2020