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Georgia Is Acting To Nullify ALL Zuckerberg ‘Donations” In Future Elections

Sources say that new legislation is attempting to mitigate the effect of Zuckerberg 'donations' to influence elections.


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According to Phil Kline, Mark Zuckerberg gave more money to federal elections than the federal government did…..

He allegedly did this using a bunch of private non-profit shell corporations, which then funneled the money ‘donated’ by him and his wife.

Think about that long and hard for a second.  

If what Phil Kline is alleging is true, then we have Zuckerberg Presidential elections, not U.S. Presidential elections.

This should concern us all, but Georgia legislators are actually going to put their money where their mouths are and do something about it.

Take a look:  

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported: 

A bill introduced in the Georgia House would stop organizations from donating money to help run elections after a group backed by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg gave millions of dollars last year.

State Rep. Joseph Gullett, a Republican from Dallas, said taxpayers and their governments should fund elections administration, not nonprofit groups.

Gullett introduced his legislation after the Center for Tech and Civic Life awarded grants to several county election offices in Georgia. The group is funded by Zuckerberg and philanthropist Priscilla Chan, who is married to Zuckerberg.

Breitbart had more on the story: 

Key components of HB 62, cosponsored by  State Rep. Alan Powell, State Rep. Martin Momtahan, State Rep. Rick Williams, State Rep. Matthew Gambill, and State Rep. Philip Singleton, are as follows:

A board of elections or board of elections and registration established pursuant to this subpart shall only be authorized to accept funding from lawful appropriations of public funds from the government of the United States, the State of Georgia, or a Georgia county municipality. 

No such board of elections or board of elections and registration shall be authorized to accept or expend any grant, gift, or funding from private persons, corporations, organizations, partnerships, registered political parties, or political bodies.

A superintendent of a county or municipality shall only be authorized to accept funding from lawful appropriations of public funds from the government of the United States, the State of Georgia, or a Georgia county or municipality. 

No such superintendent shall be authorized to accept or expend any grant, gift, or funding from private persons, corporations, organizations, partnerships, registered political parties, or political bodies.

A county board of registrars shall only be authorized to accept funding from lawful appropriations of public funds from the government of the United States, the State of Georgia, or a Georgia county or municipality. No county board of registrars shall be authorized to accept or expend any grant, gift, or funding from private persons,  corporations, organizations, partnerships, registered political parties, or political bodies.



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