One NGO documented that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated millions before the election to Democratic county public-private partnerships in battleground states where there were subsequently a huge number of cases of election irregularities and fraud.
At a press conference on Wednesday, the Amistad Project, an initiative of the Thomas More Society legal group, presented the report titled The Legitimacy and Effect of Private Funding in Federal and State Election Processes.
The document proves that when Zuckerberg gave money to government and nongovernment institutions under the guise of helping with elections during the CCP Virus pandemic, the donations were directed to certain areas of the battleground states with the specific purpose of tilting the election to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The report, according to Phil Kline, director of the Amistad Project, documented the use of more than $500 million “to fund the election during the COVID crisis.”
This amount far exceeds the federal government’s allocation ($400 million) to the Coronavirus Economic Assistance, Relief, and Security Act (CARES).
“This, effectively, is a shadow government running our elections,” Kline said at the event held at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia.
He explained that this enormous sum of money went “into the hands of state and local officials who, in turn, allowed those private organizations, and private interests, to have access to sensitive and private information of American citizens that was of value to political parties, and monetized for interests on the left.”
In the press release, the organization stated that this large cash injection “violated state election laws and resulted in an unequal distribution of funding that deprived voters of both due process and equal protection.”
According to the organization, the founder of Facebook “paid for the election judges; he purchased the drop boxes—contrary to state law; he ordered the consolidation of the counting facilities; (…) he paid the local officials who boarded up the windows to the counting room; (…) Zuckerberg money purchased the machines, Dominion and otherwise.”
What is striking is that, supposedly, Zuckerberg donated that amount of money to make the elections safe and transparent. The money went mostly to counties governed by Democrats in disputed states where just afterwards an enormous amount of irregularities and cases of electoral fraud were reported.
An example of this is the $15 million that Zuckerberg donated to the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL), a nonprofit organization that gave the money to those counties in Georgia (Cobb, Fulton and Gwinnett) that were involved in all kinds of irregularities in the Nov. 3 elections and that made a notable difference in favor of Biden.
In the words of the Amistad Project, Zuckerberg’s multimillion-dollar donation created “a centrally coordinated dark money network that injected private money into public elections in 2020, bypassing state protocols and violating state laws, disrupting the electoral process, and contributing to a loss of confidence in the electoral system.”
The researchers also pointed out that this funding was not necessary because of the resources already provided by the federal government through the Help America Vote Act and the CARES Act.
“This dark money network was established to collect, aggregate, and analyze information collected from third parties that have direct access to state voter files for the purpose of influencing U.S. elections and electoral policy,” they said.