Tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and his wife donated at least 500 million dollars to a certain group, and that group has now been accused of contributing to constitutional violations in key battleground states in the 2020 U.S. election.
The group that we’re talking about is called the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), and it’s a national nonprofit that’s based out of Illinois.
So what did CTCL actually do with Zuckerberg’s 500 million dollars? They provided funding to over 2,500 election offices across the country to run elections. Their money was used to pay poll workers, put up ballot drop-boxes, and acquire mail-in ballot equipment and supplies.
When I first read the report I was surprised to learn that poll workers were not getting paid by the state and tax dollars, but we’re instead getting paid by a private group that was funded by a left-leaning tech billionaire.
But it actually gets a lot weirder than that, according to lawsuits filed by the Thomas Moore Society’s Amistad Project, more than six million dollars was doled out to officials in Fulton county Georgia, as well as the five cities in Wisconsin. According to this lawsuit, accepting funding from a private group is barred by state and federal law, but it goes much further, because the lawsuit alleges that these funds were sent and used to facilitate specific violations of state law.
In Georgia the suit claims that this money was used to pay ballot harvesters, deputize and pay political activists to manage ballots, and consolidate the vote counting centers into urban areas to facilitate the movement of hundreds of thousands of questionable ballots in secrecy without legally required bi-partisan observation.
Over in Pennsylvania the money from Zuckerberg led to democratic strongholds taking steps to let voters ‘cure’ or fix ballots, things that were not allowed in republican dominated areas, basically creating a two-tiered voting system. According to the former Kansas Attorney General and Amistad Project Director Phill Kline;
“Democrat strongholds with Zuckerberg money actually cured absentee ballots that were flawed, contrary to Pennsylvania law, while Republican strongholds refused to lie and in addition didn’t have the resources to cure ballots because they didn’t have Zuckerberg funding,”Phill Kline, Amistad Project Director
The agreements between the Center for Tech and Civic Life and cities required cities to develop a plan for their elections and submit it to the center.
According to an Aug. 21 agreement between CTCL and the city of Philadelphia obtained by The Epoch Times, CTCL agreed to pay $10 million to help the city run the general election amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Which sounds altruistic, however according to the lawsuit, ballot boxes that were funded by the center were densely placed in Delaware county which is right outside of Philadelphia and leans heavily Democrat, but very very few ballot boxes were setup in the 59 counties that lean for Trump.
Also, they allege that the consolidation of polling places was done in a way that disenfranchised Republican strongholds.
By sending money through the CTCL to cities like Kenosha, Wisc., and Philadelphia, Penn., Zuckerberg and his fellow tech overlords have meddling in the election, something they claimed to oppose after falsely accusing Russia of meddling in the 2016 election.
The Amistad Project held a press conference on Wednesday, December 17th, 2020, announcing a report which exposes the dark money apparatus of 10 nonprofit organizations. According to the report [link to documents here] the 2020 election was coordinated by five foundations whose intent was to fundamentally undermine the electoral system.
Within the press conference the group outlines how hundreds of millions of dollars were injected into the election, with $500 million from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Philadelphia’s city Commissioner Al Schmidt, who according to his Twitter bio is; ‘Responsible for elections and voter registration in Philadelphia’, tweeted on 24/Nov.;
This issue highlights the need for an honest media that reports things accurately and doesn’t omit stories.
This might be the very first time that you’re hearing about this giant 400 million dollar donation given from Mark Zuckerberg to the Center for Tech and Civic Life to help facilitate U.S. elections, because the legacy media outlets are not covering it, and the media that do cover it likely have a hard time sharing the story on Facebook.
I wonder why.
If you are tired of Facebook and all the rest of the corrupt social media platforms trying to steal the election and freedom of speech, try Minds instead, and Parler is fast replacing twitter.