The Christian Right had their own "Cambridge Analytica" in the 2016 election, aided by 20,000 pastors.
The tech guy behind this has ties to Hungary, a known hub for RU intel activity.
Do parishioners know they were, and still are, targets of big data campaigns? /1
Did 15 million parishioners know and consent to this?
This data firm (as well as any others they may have partnered with) now has their data forever. /3
Then I looked at Dan & Farris Wilks (Farris is a pastor) who funded Cruz's Keep The Promise III. /10
David Barton and Glenn Beck (yes, THAT Glenn Beck) established the National Black Robe Regiment. /12
"Fortunately, the Black Robe Regiment that he and David Barton established a few years back has managed to cobble together at least 10,000 pastors who are willing to do just that." /13
"You’re going to see these 10,000 to 20,000 pastors begin to stand up,” Beck promised, “and say ‘it doesn’t matter if I lose my church, it doesn’t matter if I lose my building, it doesn’t matter if I lose my life, I will not sit down!'” /15
Barton seems involved.
But I'm not convinced the funder (Richard Uihlein) and data firm (Rigel Strategies) behind Barton's KTP PAC are. They *could* be, but there's reason to look elsewhere. /22
That guy may be Barton, but who set up "the system"? /23
This guy's name is Bill Dallas.
Bill Dallas is also an ex-con who served time in prison for embezzlement. /24
Answer: "Hell yes." /30
@VickerySec already found that out for us.
Major General Vernon Lewis./35
Cser also owns the domains profilsurvey[.]com and profilsurvey[.]hu, both of which use mail2[.]disgismarttech[.]com as mail handler.
IMPORTANT: [.]hu = Hungary website./45
Because of this: /48
I found reported confirmation that Dallas "spoke" to Trump at this event.
["It's refreshing and I sense it's real," adds Dallas, who spoke with Trump before he went onstage at the June event.] /53
This suggested Russians had valuable data and were perhaps guided by Americans in the process.
What data and who helped? /54
- Secure your data.
- Rich people fund politically-active, faith-based nonprofits that operate under the guise of "non-partisanship." This seems illegal. /55