Dr. Douglas Frank has been on a mission since 2020, traveling the nation to speak about the reality of election fraud, and inspiring Americans to take local action.
A captivating speaker, armed with research and a strategy to restore election integrity, Frank will be in Alaska this month for presentations in Anchorage, Juneau (two separate talks), Fairbanks, Kenai and Palmer.
According to fliers for his appearances, he will “share his background and how it led him to research and prove there is indeed election fraud that is purposely used to manipulate results, first at the state level and then replicated at the respected county/precinct levels.”
Dr. Frank earned a Ph.D. in Surface Electroanalytical Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati in 1990 and has 60 peer-reviewed publications, and has feature articles in Science, Nature and other journals.
He discovered and developed a new type of microscopy capable of producing three-dimensional images of molecules resting on metal surfaces. This gave him international credibility and his work is prominently featured in college textbooks.
After leaving university academics in 1996, he began consulting and manufacturing surface analytical devices for national defense and various industries, where his custom electronics, software, inventions, and products continue to be widely used.
Most recently, he has dedicated his energies to identifying, exposing and addressing election fraud across the nation.
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Frank’s involvement in exposing election fraud began in 2020 when he researched the results in Pennsylvania. His research caught the eye of MyPillow founder Mike Lindell, who put him in the national spotlight.
In speaking engagements across America, Frank aims to impact future elections through tougher laws, increased candidate training and by building networks of local volunteers who can effectively monitor elections. The aim is to restore election credibility, one local community at a time.
Frank’s goals include encouraging communities to ditch electronic ballot machines, which he believes are prone to abuse. He also wants to end mail-in voting and return to hand-counting of paper ballots. He also has an eye out for bloated voter rolls, something Alaska has suffered from for years.
Frank’s upcoming talks in Alaska will give attendees concrete ideas for how to make a difference in their cities, boroughs and the state as a whole. The talks are being sponsored by several local conservative organizations: Interior Patriots, Ammo Can Coffee and Cause for America, Alaska. Presentations are free and open to the public.
SCHEDULED TALKS IN ALASKA
— Radio interview, Dec. 11 with Bob Bird from Talk of the Kenai, 3-5 pm on KSRM Radio 92, heard online at www.radiokenai.com.