The group behind the video of celebrities begging members of the Electoral College to not vote for Trump is called Unite for America. That group’s website is not registered in the United States. Anyone surprised?
The Washington Free Beacon has the story:
Group Using Celebrities to Urge Electors to Vote Against Trump Has Foreign-Registered Website
A new video of U.S. celebrities urging electors to vote against President-elect Donald Trump was made by an organization whose website was registered in a foreign country, despite its accusations that foreign influence was to blame for Trump’s victory in the presidential election.
The video, released on Wednesday by a group called Unite for America, is framed as a public service announcement with celebrities such as Martin Sheen, Debra Messing, and James Cromwell begging Republican members of the Electoral College to cast their votes against Donald Trump on Dec. 19…
Despite the group’s reference to alleged foreign influence in the presidential election, a trace of the group’s URL shows that its website was registered in a foreign country.
According to a search on ICANN WHOIS, a website that provides public access to data on registered URL names, UniteForAmerica.org was created on Nov. 26 with internet service provider Tucows Inc., located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Does the left ever do anything honestly?
These people claim to be so concerned about America but it’s all smoke and mirrors.
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They’re just trying to de-legitimize Trump.
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