Money from Zuckerberg used to violate election laws

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(Natural News) A new report claims that hundreds of millions of dollars from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg were used to violate election laws.

According to a report by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, a not-for-profit conservative law firm based in Chicago, the $500 million that Mark Zuckerberg gave to election officials was used to treat voters unequally and to improperly influence the election for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Zuckerberg money was largely spent in Democratic strongholds

The report claims that a large portion of the funds went to the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a nonprofit started by former managers and staff at the progressive New Organizing Institute nonprofit.

The nonprofit, the report says, began sending agents into states earlier this year to “recruit certain Democrat strongholds to prepare grants requesting monies from” it.

Examples cited by the report include the center giving to $100,000 to Racine, Wisconsin mayor Cory Mason to recruit four other cities to develop a plan and request a larger grant from it. Such a plan was submitted by the cities in June netting them $6.3 million to implement it.

According to the report, the provision of these funds from Zuckerberg and the CTCL allow Democrat strongholds to spend roughly $47 per voter, which is much more than the $4 to $7 per voter in traditionally Republican areas of the state.

It also claims that this “recruiting of targeted jurisdictions for specific government action and funding” contradicts legislative election plans and “invites government to play favorites in the election process.”


“This effectively is a shadow government running our elections,” stated Phill Kline, director of the Amistad Project, at a press conference in Virginia.

“Government has the core responsibility of managing elections,” he added. “We don’t put out elections for bid. We don’t have elections brought to you by Coca Cola. It is government’s job to manage elections, and it must do so without a thumb on the scale.”

The Amistad Project said that the main foundations that funded the efforts included The Democracy Fund, New Venture Fund, Skoll Foundation, and Knight Foundation.

In addition to the CTCL, other nonprofits that the project deemed key to distributing the funds were the Center for Electronic Innovation Research, the Center for Civic Design, the National Vote at Home Institute, the Center for Secure and Modern Elections, and Rock the Vote.

Amistad Project had warned of Zuckerberg’s involvement before elections

The Thomas More Society has been warning of Zuckerberg’s money being used to support Democratic strongholds even before the election took place. (Related: PROOF: Facebook interfered, tampered with fraudulent 2020 election.)

In October, the society challenged the tech billionaire to disclose where the money he was giving was going and why it was going there.

“Mark Zuckerberg is providing nearly as much money to this year’s election administration as the federal government,” said Phill Kline, Director of The Amistad Project. “The American people have a right to know what has driven him to take this extraordinary action, and where all the money is going.”

Back then, the Amistad Project had already identified the CTCL’s largest publicly identified donations. It had pointed out that all of these had gone to areas that Hillary Clinton won during the 2016 election.

The project also produced documents that show that the broader strategy for the CTCL funding scheme was established based on strategy articulated by David Plouffe, a former board member of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Plouffe, who was former President Barack Obama’s campaign manager in 2008, had also previously published a book in March called “A Citizen’s Guide to Beating Donald Trump.”

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