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IRS: Zuckerberg-Linked Org. Behind Election Cash Dump

'The funds "pumped up turnout in key Democratic cities in precisely the places that put Joe Biden over the edge and into the White House"...'

New filings reveal that “hundreds of millions of dollars” of Mark Zuckerberg‘s money was used to “privatize the 2020 election and put Joe Biden in the White House,” according to The Capital Research Center’s Hayden Ludwig.

Ludwig reported that prior to the election Zuckerberg-backed Silicon Valley Community Foundation “donated a staggering $328 million” to the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) “and another $69.5 million to the Center for Election Innovation and Research.

The CTCL describes itself as a “team of civic technologists, trainers, researchers, election administration and data experts working to foster a more informed and engaged democracy, and helping to modernize U.S. elections.”

These funds were distributed to “thousands of county and city elections officials across America as COVID-19 relief funds,” but the vast majority were used to “bolster the unprecedented tide of mail-in ballots that made the 2020 election the least secure in modern American history.”

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“$112 million in Zuck Bucks” flowed to “just 9 battleground states: Texas, Virginia, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Nevada,” according to Ludwig.

The funds “pumped up turnout in key Democratic cities in precisely the places that put Joe Biden over the edge and into the White House.”

CTCL is effectively “an arm of the Democratic Party,” and their role in the 2020 election was “so blatantly partisan they spurred dozens of states to overhaul their election integrity laws in 2021.”

The Capital Research Center’s work confirms that Democratic operatives and their billionaire backers moved quickly and quietly to “fortify” the election, as originally reported by Molly Ball at TIME.

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Ball reported in February that “their work touched every aspect of the election. They got states to change voting systems and laws and helped secure hundreds of millions in public and private funding. They fended off voter-suppression lawsuits, recruited armies of poll workers and got millions of people to vote by mail for the first time.”

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