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If you thought election law was confusing, wait until you hear about economic espionage.

We have received confirmation from the President of USA Today publishing that they are censoring their reporters from receiving our communications. They have made a decision that their employees, American citizens, are no longer able to communicate with me. Hundreds of their journalists have been avid readers of my work since September 2020. This is important because of what I know about the 2020 Presidential election. I do not have any special information. Everything I know you could’ve known too. But you didn’t do the work I did. Neither did any member of the press. Nor did anybody on President Trump’s team. I am the only one. My trade secret has been concealed by the American press, to the benefit of our enemies. That’s economic espionage, my friends.

They Don’t Want You To Know What I Know

Not only are we blocked from USA Today email addresses, but anybody with a Gannett email address as well. In addition, dozens of their local papers across the country. All in all it’s probably about 10,000 people by now. USA Today has about 7,000,000 readers according to their own data. They also have the ability to break information that could validate news stories so other news networks that can write about the same issue. That’s how it works. But instead of validating any of my findings, they have ignored & now censored me.

What did I do to earn the privilege of being the subject of a new kind of media censorship?

I had the audacity of sharing proof with them that the 2020 election should be reversed because of a very mundane yet significant accounting error in the mail-in ballot handling process. Also, I told them that the city government in Philadelphia sponsored human trafficking last year. That has been confirmed by a reporter who admits she knew but didn’t report on it. I single-handedly uncovered these things. No budget. No backers. In fact, no local support.

For that, USA Today has decided none of the reporters in their network should have anything to do with me.

Understanding Economic Espionage & Trade Secrets With Public Domain

Economic espionage is defined by 18 U.S. Code § 1831. It states a person is guilty of economic espionage when, “intending or knowing that the offense will benefit any foreign government…conceals, or by fraud, artifice, or deception obtains a trade secret.” While most cases like this involve spies that steal information from our government for sale to others, USA Today is practicing the art of concealment. One of the most notable names in news has been concealing my evidence of election fraud. That benefits our foreign enemies who want our Democracy to be weak, and that want our citizens to doubt the integrity of elections.

While most of the time we think of trade secrets as patents or trademarks, they don’t have to be.

Public information can be compiled to form a trade secret if it creates new value. That’s a trade secret according to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit under the Maryland Uniform Trade Secrets Act (MUTSA). The opinion states that “a trade secret can exist in a combination of characteristics and components, each of which, by itself, is in the public domain, but the unified process, design, and operation of which, in unique combination, affords a competitive advantage and is a protectable secret.”

I Wanted To Let The “Secret” Out Like Elon Musk

Back in 2014, Elon Musk released a bunch of Tesla patents.

In a post on their blog called, “All Our Patents Are Belong To You,” they say they did this “in the spirit of the open source movement.” I attempted to get my trade secret out in the spirit of patriotism and the American way. We are not a nation that believes you should cheat and get away with it. Especially not when you’re cheating your fellow Americans. But that’s what USA Today is attempting to do. They, along with dozens of other outlets outside of their network, concealed my attempt to release this trade secret through their channels where it could be useful.

They Can’t Cancel Me, Because I’m A Nobody

While otherwise unknown people have been doxxed or harassed, cancel culture is usually associated with known public figures or celebrities. I am neither. Nobody elected me. Nobody knows me. I’m just a nobody from Philadelphia with the same name as that jerk at BuzzFeed who pretends to cover politics. But with only publicly available information and a work ethic, I did what nobody in the press could do. I did what none of our elected officials could do. In fact, I did what even Donald Trump and his administration couldn’t do. I have demonstrated that the same fraud happened in (2) states – capable of overturning the 2020 Presidential election. In addition, I exposed human trafficking sponsored by city of Philadelphia officials.

Both of these stories were ignored by thousands of other non-Gannett reporters across America too.

But now USA Today thinks it can censor their own employees, acting like the NSA – blocking communications between Americans. They think they can censor me. They want you to be unaware and stupid, living through a lie. If I were to become publicly known in the process of exposing this, there could be attempts to “cancel” me. But by that point it will be too late. Because that would mean my work would finally have reached the masses.

Go back and read my work. Read the evidence. If you care about the country and don’t want to be ignorant about where we’re at, you owe it to yourselves. Then call, email, and use social media to ask every single reporter you know why they didn’t report this work. Ask everybody that claimed there was no fraud. Talk to all the people that promoted propaganda. Then recognize that you could’ve done this too.

You don’t need to read the press if it isn’t real.

But USA Today’s economic espionage is real. Real dangerous.

Matt Berman

Matt Berman

Matt has been an artist since he was a child: dancing, illustrating, writing, and producing music. In business, Matt is a master strategist, and expert in communications. He combines his creative passions with his diligence as a professional to give clients a fierce competitive advantage in any circumstance. He has a Bachelors degree in Philosophy from Temple University. Follow Matt on Twitter @mattebphl