The 503-C scam comes to the forefront once again.
What Mark Zuckerberg did with the funding and distribution of these drop boxes is electioneering in the highest sense of the word, according to various sources.
Through his 503-C non-profit entities, Zuckerberg and his wife directly engineered the election by putting these drop boxes in areas which were overwhelmingly Liberal.
The idea as so many have pointed out is this: if you are a Democrat you could have voted while walking your dog, but if you are Conservative you had to work to get that ballot in.
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I watched Wisconsin’s election integrity meetings, and some expert witnesses testified that the amount of drop boxes left in Democrat areas outnumbered those in Republican areas by several orders of magnitude.
What Zuckerberg allegedly did was not simple election influence, it was outright electioneering.
Here’s more on Zuckerberg’s drop boxes:
ZUCKERBERG STOLE THE ELECTION.
HALF A BILLION DOLLARS TO:
-Pay workers in Philly to count ballots
-Pay ELECTION EMPLOYEES in Madison, WI
-Pay for 4 to 1 (dem/rep) drop boxes In PA
-Connect “Rock the Vote” registers DIRECTLY TO VOTING SYSTEMS IN PA, MI, WI, AZ, NC & MANY OTHERS https://t.co/ZIn0ZMG5YO
— 🇺🇸MARGO🇺🇸 (@m_keenum) June 10, 2021
💥IS FUNDING ELECTIONS💥
& SOCIAL MEDIA Messaging LEGAL?
💥ZUCKERBERG & WIFE CHAN
"Center for Tech & Civic Life"#CTCL & Facebook
Funded 2,500 locations w/
$350 MILLION DOLLARS
Paid 4 DROP Boxes
Train Poll Workers
— @moderateRepandDem (@moderateRepand1) June 9, 2021
The Epoch Times brought us the latest on the issue:
A Wisconsin-based think tank analyzed the impact of private election administration grants on the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin, claiming in its newly released report that the donations had a “significant” impact on voter turnout for Democrats.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), a think tank and litigation center, requested and received records from 196 of the 216 municipalities that received between $2,212 to $3.4 million in grant funding for the the 2020 election from the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a nonprofit foundation funded in part by Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan.
“This analysis provides convincing evidence that the CTCL grants played a role in increasing turnout for Joe Biden in 2020,” WILL Research Director Will Flanders said in a statement released on Wednesday. “Wisconsin lawmakers should act to ensure local election administration isn’t captured by private money seeking partisan advantage.”
After analyzing the change in turnout between 2016 and 2020 for Democrats and Republicans, WILL found a “statistically significant increase” in turnout in cities that received CTCL grants.
Considering Zuckerberg was also involved in providing ballot drop boxes and money for crucial elections in battleground states this means Zuckerberg and Fauci helped protect a country that possibly used bioterrorism on U.S. citizens. https://t.co/VEafsT58VO
— missiongirl (@missiongirl4) June 7, 2021
ZUCKERBERG WASN'T ELECTED TO ANYTHING SO WHY DID HE PAY FOR BALLOT DROP BOXES IN VARIOUS STATES. CAN WE ALL SAY ELECTION INTERFERENCE. WHY DID GOVERNOR KEMP ALLOW THESE BALLOT BOXES? WHY WERE THEY ONLY IN DEMOCRATIC COUNTIES?
— Lynn Riedmaier (@Lynn_the_Greek) June 7, 2021
Breitbart highlights the use of these drop boxes in Georgia:
More than 12 percent of the estimated $419 million Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan gave to the CTCL and CEIR in 2020 was spent in the state of Georgia, even though the state has only 3.2 percent of the country’s population. (Note: Georgia’s population in 2020, according to Census Bureau estimates released in April 2021 was 10.7 million, which is 3.2 percent of the Census Bureau’s estimate released of the United States 2020 population of 331.1 million.)
The Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) spent $31 million in 40 counties in the November 3, 2020 general election, and an additional $14.5 million in 15 counties for the January 5, 2021 runoff election, according to a May 2021 report from the FGA.
Another Zuckerberg-funded group, the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), provided more than $5.5 million in funding for the November 3, 2020 general election directly to the office of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, according to a March 2021 CEIR report:
Georgia used CEIR grant funds in both the November general election and January runoff election to encourage voters to apply for a ballot online. This approach sped up the process for both voters and election officials while also making it easier to track application status. Georgia also used the funds to counteract disinformation, issuing public service announcements warning voters of disinformation and encouraging them to report fraud to the Secretary of State hotline.
"Zuckerberg paid for the election judges. He purchased the drop boxes, contrary to state law… Zuckerberg paid the local officials who boarded up the windows to the counting room. Zuckerberg money purchased the machines—Dominion and otherwise." pic.twitter.com/iq8YtfmN4X
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) December 17, 2020
A Shadow Government: @PhillDKline says Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg essentially ran the election in key battleground states by using his own money to pay for drop boxes, machines, judges, and targeted voter outreach. #MAGA #AmericaFirst #Dobbs pic.twitter.com/HntVRcSTpt
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) December 22, 2020
Zuckerberg funded drop boxes broke chain of custody for ballots: https://t.co/YIGWzfEp8z
— Lee Gordon | Stop the Steal ✝️🇺🇸 (@Lee_Gordon) December 1, 2020
Take a look at what MSM outlets like NPR said about this at the time, look at the headline:
Election officials say things could have been a lot worse last month. Lines at the polls would have been longer, and the ballots would have taken more time to count if they hadn’t gotten a big infusion of cash. It came from a nonprofit funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. We should mention Facebook is among NPR’s financial supporters. Local officials say they are grateful for the help, but some observers say this is no way to fund an election. Here’s Tom Scheck of the investigative group APM Reports.
TOM SCHECK, Election officials in Chester County, Pa., did something different this year. Some residents were worried about whether election drop boxes were secure, so the workers who collected the ballots wore body cameras.
PAT CONLIN: This is Ranger Pat Conlin. I have arrived at my first destination for the Voter Services ballot collection.
SCHECK: Each day, county workers recorded video as they opened drop boxes and collected the ballots before delivering them to the election office. Chester County Voting Services Director Bill Turner says the body cameras and some drop boxes would never have happened without a grant from the Center for Tech and Civic Life.
BILL TURNER: Honestly, I don’t know what we would have done without it.
SCHECK: Chester County got $2.5 million from the nonprofit – more than the county’s entire 2020 election budget. The county used the money to hire more staff and to buy equipment. Turner says that helped them process mountains of mail-in ballots as the nation waited for Pennsylvania’s results.