It is estimated that Mark Zuckerberg gave anywhere between $300,000,000-$500,000,000 to influence the 2020 election…
According to attorney Phillip Kline, “that’s more than the federal government spent on the 2020 elections…We can’t have elections brought to you by Coca-Cola”.
It would seem like a no-brainer that we should know who is significantly funding any election-related activities, but as usual, liberals are doing everything they can to ensure transparency doesn’t occur.
They would rather the ballots be cast on actual bananas and the tally be counted through that banana arithmetic that Venezuela is famous for.
Arizona’s Supreme Court recently issued a landmark ruling that could prove to be revolutionary…
The court is allowing the ‘Voters’ Right To Know Act’ to appear on the ballot this fall.
This proposal would require anyone donating more than $5,000 to any election initiative that has collected $50,000 or more in a statewide race, or $25,000 or more in a local race to be named publicly.
It doesn’t get much more transparent than that, now riddle me this: why would anyone oppose such a thing?
Here’s more on the story:
Campaign finance transparency is on the Arizona ballot this November. Make sure you are registered to vote by October 11th so you can vote YES on Proposition 211, the Voters’ Right To Know Act. 🗳 #StopDarkMoney #AZ pic.twitter.com/3WxZQYwkR1
— RepresentUs Phoenix / Maricopa County 🌵 (@RepresentUsAZ) September 18, 2022
The AZ Supreme Court has released its opinion in Leibsohn v. Hobbs, explaining its rationale for leaving the Voters' Right to Know Act on the November ballot. Read the opinion here: https://t.co/utBgWcQVP1.
— Arizona Election Law (@azelectionlaw) September 20, 2022
Fox Business explains:
“This Voters’ Right to Know Act secures for every Arizona voter the right to know who is trying to influence an Arizona election using paid, public communications,” the application for the ballot initiative reads.
“Major contributors will no longer be allowed to hide behind dark money corporations.”
Election integrity on the ballot this November https://t.co/wqWO9M0EVc
— NewsNation (@NewsNation) September 19, 2022
Conservative Brief adds:
The Arizona Free Enterprise Club applauded the ruling, saying it “vindicates what we knew all along: the radical Free and Fair election initiative lacked enough lawful signatures to qualify for the ballot.”
Democrats were not happy about the ruling.