Communist organizations in the United States organize groups that systematically focus on potential voters who rarely vote, such as minorities, low-income workers, and young people, to encourage them to vote for Democrats.
While it's legal to provide voter registration services, some voter registration groups work with foreign actors such as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Loudon said in an interview during The Epoch Times’ investigative documentary about the 2020 election.
There are communist organizations in America that owe allegiance to the CCP, including Liberation Road and its subgroups LeftRoots, the Communist Party USA, and others, he said.
These groups have been involved for several years in “setting up voter registration groups in key states, states that could be flipped from Republican to Democrat,” Loudon said.
The groups target minority voters who lean Democratic but don't normally vote often, and seek to convince them to get to the polls, Loudon said.
Seed the VoteA project in San Francisco called “Seed the Vote” organized volunteers to defeat President Donald Trump and win the Senate, according to its website. Loudon says Seed the Vote is “a front for the Chinese Progressive Association (CPA) in San Francisco, which is a big voter registration group [and] community organizing group.”
“Seed the Vote has run a whole network of these big voter registration organizations, and they targeted seven states this year: Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania—all the key swing states," he said.
The organization registered hundreds of thousands of voters who typically don't vote and helped them get to the polls, Loudon said, adding that “they openly claim credit for winning the election for Biden.”
“They're working legally in voter registration,” Loudon said. “What is not legal is the fact that they're cooperating with the Communist Party of China and taking direction from the Communist Party of China.”
Flipping Virginia to Blue From Red
In Virginia, a group called New Virginia Majority (NVM) has been working on voter registrations for over 10 years and took credit for flipping Virginia state to Democrat from Republican, Loudon said.
“In 2019, we knocked on over 500,000 doors, and we talked to voters about protecting their healthcare, and ensuring their children are safe in their neighborhoods and schools, regardless of where they live or where they come from,” Maya Castillo, New Virginia Majority’s political director, said in the statement.
“Voters want to see themselves and their communities reflected in the people they elect to govern Virginia and were very clear in making that choice at the polls.”
"We try to reach voters of all colors, women, low-income workers, and young people where they are," she wrote.
“We organized formerly incarcerated women and men to help them demand that their full civil rights be restored,” including voting rights, Nguyen said. “They were a key voting bloc [in 2016] in Virginia, the only Southern state that Hillary Clinton won.
“Part of the failure of the Democratic Party and many mainstream political organizations in the past has come out of their belief that these communities weren’t worth investing in," she said. "We don’t just sweep in and register voters before an election; we are registering people every day.
"And we talk to people, all year, about issues that are important to them: affordable health care, access to a good education, reforming the criminal justice system, protecting voting rights, and making sure our communities have clean air, water, and public lands.”
“George Soros alone has put something like $18 billion into the left in the last three or four years. That buys a lot of votes, that sets up a lot of voter registration groups, that buys a lot of buses to ship people to the polls,” Loudon said. “What these people are doing is legal, and it's not illegal to sign up voters or get them to the polls, but they've worked with organizations that definitely have histories of ... illegal voting activity, vote fraud.”
Moreover, some organizations supported financially by the money donated by Soros “are working with entities connected to the Communist Party of China, [and] that puts a whole different spin on it,” he said.
The Open Society Foundations didn't immediately respond to a request by The Epoch Times for comment.